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Lee County


Lee County Greenways

Lee County's signature greenway is the Endor Iron Furnace Greenway, a 1.4-mile paved trail stretching from Carbonton Road to Boone Circle. The City of Sanford planned to issue $4 million in 2020 to extend the current Greenway toward downtown. However, due to the fiscal impact of the Pandemic, the City has put the Greenway extension on hold. Eventually, Sanford hopes to work with Lee County Government and community partners to extend the Endor Iron Furnace Greenway all the way to the historic Endor Iron Furnace. Visit Sanford maintains an Outdoor Recreation webpage, listing natural areas around the City of Sanford in Lee County. The website also includes a trails brochure, which details paddling, hiking, and biking trails in the area. Looking for a new trail to explore in Lee County? Check out the website below! The Lee County Healthy Resources Map was created as part of the LEEding Towards Wellness program. The map provides the location of parks, pavilions, public gardens, farms, and other public institutions across the county. The map also specifically notes the locations of greenway trails. To explore the Lee County Healthy Resources Map, go to: Lee County's most recent trail development is the newly renovated mountain bike trails at San-Lee Park in Sanford. The Gravity Park Mountain Bike Trails were renovated over the course of about nine months and will once again be open to the public starting this Saturday, December 11th. San-Lee Park, located at 760 Pumping Station Road, Sanford.

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