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GreenwayVoters approved a $9 million referendum in 2006 to acquire land to create the Northwest Greenway and preserve open space. Since that time, the City of Plymouth has made steady progress toward the goal of preserving a 2.5 mile swath of natural area in northwest Plymouth for the greenway.

The Northwest Greenway Corridor is planned to be 200 to 300 feet wide with a 10 foot wide trail. It will stretch from Lake Camelot on the east to Wayzata High School on the west. The Northwest Greenway will connect to the Medicine Lake Regional Trail, which links French and Elm Creek regional parks. It will serve two main purposes. It will preserve natural resources to provide a wildlife corridor in an area of Plymouth that is rich with high quality wetlands and trees. The greenway will also provide a recreational trail for walking and biking. The western third of the greenway trail will allow access for horses.

The public will access the greenway from trailheads planned for Cheshire Lane on the east side and Peony Lane extension on the west.

Click on the map thumbnail to open an interactive map showing the proposed greenway location and acquisitions. 

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Last updated: 5/12/2011 1:57:01 PM