At a total cost of $2.7 million and finished in 2018, the old Inland Greens Golf Course has been rebuilt into a 33-acre par 3 9-hole golf course and park with walking trail. The 3/4 mile trail meanders through the former back nine of the golf course and along the homes. Cedar Creek community streets also offer a scenic walk as well as the path.
Hours of Operation: Sunup-Sunset
- .75 Mile Paved Pathway
- 2 Bocce Ball Courts
- 9- Hole Par 3 Golf Course (w/ Clubhouse)
- Dog Poop Bag Dispenser
- Play Ground (coming soon in fall 2018?)
- Picnic Area (coming soon in fall 2018?)
'JOLLY' RUFUS BARKING REVIEW:
FORE! Even though I don't play golf, I can walk like a 'pro' along a nice paved 3/4 mile path (and even some street walking too if get off the beaten path) that offers pleasant views and smells through the former (no longer used) back nine holes of Inland Greens. I even caught a glimpse or two of people playing with their 'sticks' - though I think chewing sticks is much more fun than swinging them!
Plenty of shade at various places along the course provides a nice walk out of the direct sun and several large, no longer filled, lake areas offer plenty of things for me to sniff if I pull hard enough on my leash to go explore! My human pointed out a strange brown thing he called cattails at one lake - though they sure didn't look like any tails of a cat that I ever saw????? While not the most exciting place I walked, it was very serene with plenty of wide open spaces, plenty of trees and a nice path to walk. Now, where did I put my 'stick', it is time for me to play --- CHEW!
5945 Inland Greens Dr., Wilmington, NC, 28405