Phase 1: North End Mud Island



Mud Island Section

The Mud Island Section of the Wolf River Greenway opened to the public in October of 2017. This scenic portion of the Greenway features a 1.2 mile loop along the old Wolf River Levee built to divert the flow of the Wolf River in 1960. When you stand atop this levee, you are literally standing on top of history! The remaining trail hugs the banks of the historic diverted Wolf River. There are benches and waste receptacles along the trail. The Mud Island section of the Greenway is the gateway to the remaining 25 miles of Greenway being constructed through the City of Memphis. The Mud Island Section also connects with the River Line, Tom Lee Park and Big River Crossing, making it a crucial midpoint in hundreds of miles of waterfront trails in Tennessee and Arkansas.

How Do I get here?

1320 N Mud Island Rd, Memphis, TN 38103

Parking Adjacent in Mud Island Lot along Mississippi River