Looking for an outdoor experience like no other in the area? Look no further - we've got you covered.
The Greenway is approximately 2,200 acres of natural open space in the heart of Grand Forks, ND and East Grand Forks, MN.
What's your pleasure? The Greenway features several parks, campground, 2 golf courses, 3 disc golf courses, over 20 miles of multi purpose trails, shore bank fishing sites and so much more! Come enjoy this unique opportunity for year-round outdoor recreation right in the heart of our two communities!
Upcoming events & meetings
END Racing Watersports Endurance Test END-WET
Saturday, June 15
Hot Dogs for Homeless Fundraiser
Wednesday, June 18
Lincoln Drive Park
Amateur Radio Field Days
June 28 - 30
Belmont Sledding Hill
Boundary Battle Catfish Tournament
June 29 - 30
North boat ramp in GF & downtown boat ramp in EGF
Greenway Takeover Grant Program Now Taking Applications
The Greenway Takeover Grant Program provides funding to organizations and individuals that seek to present a community engagement program or activity at the 2019 Greenway Takeover Festival, taking place on September 5-8, 2019. Funds are provided by HB Sound & Light and administered by the Community Foundation.
Live music and entertainment is our passion and sharing that with the community is the reason we exist. HB Sound & Light, Altru Health System, and Happy Harry’s Bottle Shops want to give you the opportunity to show your creativity at the Greenway Takeover Festival. Performance, community involvement, art, or collaboration - your imagination is the limit. We provide the space and let you “takeover.”
Three grants will be awarded - $1,250, $1,000, and $750. The online application will open June 3 and close July 3 at 5:00pm.
Greenway related meetings
The Greenway Technical Committee serves as a technical advisory board to the managing agencies of the Greenway. Membership of the committee includes representatives of the four managing agencies and other parties interested in the development of the Greenway. Meetings are held bimonthly and are open to the public. Staff from the four managing agencies meets on the alternate months. Meetings are held at 10AM on the third Tuesday of the month in the Blue Line Club meeting room, ICON Sports Center, 1060 47th Avenue South.
The Bicycle, Pedestrian & Greenway Advisory Group is open to local citizens who share an interest in the development and use of the Greenway and trails in the Greater Grand Forks community. Meetings are held at 7PM on the second Wednesday of every month in room A102, GF City Hall, 255 North 4th Street. Open to the public.