Hardly Par(k) for the Course
Trails & Parks Galore at MillBridge
At MillBridge, you’re able to breathe in a bit of nature at our community parks and trails with a hike, picnic or pick-up game. Whether you’re a nature-lover, hiker or simply need to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, you have the great outdoors just steps from your home.
Four Miles for Mind-Wandering & Meandering
Walk, jog or run on the Carolina Thread Trail, a regional network of greenways, trails and blueways, which passes right through the MillBridge community. A new cross-state suspension bridge connects the Twelve Mile Creek Greenway in Waxhaw, N.C., with Lancaster, S.C., creating four continuous miles of pathway. You don’t have to have a plan, just a desire to let yourself soak up some fresh air.
Let the Lake Lure You In
Get adventurous at nearby Cane Creek Park with a 300-acre lake where you may swim, fish and canoe, or go hiking or horseback riding on the trails.
H.C. Nesbit Park is Waxhaw’s only municipal park and one of our trails connects to the park. It is located right behind Kensington Elementary right next to MillBridge and stays lively with the Waxhaw recreation leagues playing soccer and baseball on the fields. Be a player. Be a fan. Be a part of this quaint community.
Park It (No Car Required)
Grab your friend, your kids, your spouse or just a book and park it (we mean this ever so nicely) in one of our eight pocket parks. Pocket parks are pint-sized parks throughout the neighborhood where neighbors gather, kids play football, soccer, frisbee, or corn-hole, and we host our Pocket-Park Picnics (we rotate to a different one each month during the warmer months).
Each is named by its street (e.g., Golden View Pocket Park, Chasebrook Pocket Park, etc.) and they all vary in size, with Golden View being one of the largest. The Pinebrook Pocket Park has a gazebo and free little library, the Pocket Park in the Pulte section by the pond has a gazebo, and the Lennar Pocket Park has a gazebo, playground, and putting green.
Or, if you are simply seeking a stroll to the Community House, each section of the neighborhood has its own trail that leads you there, which is paved and golf cart-friendly.