Bradley Greenway is a new, natural area that has been transformed and restored from a thick, nearly impassable area overrun with invasive bush honeysuckle and osage orange and littered with historic dumped debris. This restored woodland offers a 1/3 mile loop soft-surface path with gentle grades. Walk along the spring and experience its ecosystem, which includes various plants, as well as deer, birds, and other wildlife.
This area offers a walk-in trailhead with an overlook bench and kiosk, and a loop trail through a wooded ravine within a densely populated neighborhood. Volunteers from the Clifton Heights Neighborhood and staff from the Natural Areas Division transformed this overlooked area into a hidden oasis.