When will the trail to West Point on the Eno be built?
• Another question that is asked a lot. The connecting trail would be the Lower Warren Creek Trail, which would be part of Durham’s North/South Greenway system. It could pick up from the current Upper Warren Creek Trail, which ends at Horton Road. • Unfortunately there is no money allocated for design or construction. • Also, significant pieces of the corridor haven’t been secured. The fate of a large tract south of the park, the Black Meadow Ridge, hasn’t been settled yet. The city of Durham has been in discussion with NC’s Parks Department about the possible purchase of the tract by NC Parks. As part of the deal, NC parks would also buy West Point on the Eno, currently a city park. • If NC Parks buys both Black Meadow Ridge and West Point on the Eno, hopefully the state would allow a trail corridor(s) through it. There are two possible routes. • If NC Parks doesn’t buy these pieces of land, then the current landowner of Black Meadow Ridge may elect to sell it for development. If deve