While the greenway can be entered from virtually any public street along the 4.2 miles, designated access points, also known as trailheads, are available (listed north to south):
Mohawk Drive Trailhead – an 18-space parking area is located off Mohawk Drive, just east of Home Depot. This access is officially designated Mile 0 (northern starting point) of the greenway.
Tinsley Park – parking is available at many points near the greenway in Tinsley Park, a major recreational area. A sidewalk beside the skate park is designated as Mile 1.
Creekside Shopping Plaza – an access sidewalk is located behind the Creekside Shopping Center on Keith Street.
Greenway Park – there are several access points from Greenway Park located on Raider Drive. The big yellow chair is designated as Mile 2.
Northway Plaza – located at the corner of Raider Drive and Keith Street, there is an access point from the parking area of Northway Plaza (see top photo).
Harris Circle Trailhead – an access sidewalk, restroom, and 18-space parking area is located on Harris Circle.
Church of God International Offices – although not a designated trailhead, greenway patrons are welcomed to park at either of two parking areas which have access to the greenway. A restroom is located near the southern parking area, which is designated as Mile 3.
Kingsway Press – a gravel lot next to Kingsway Press on Keith Street offers parking and easy access to the greenway.
Stuart Ave. – Several parking spaces are designated near the intersection of 14th Street and Stuart Avenue. Stuart Ave. is 1/10 mile east of Keith Street, off 17th. Steps lead down to one of the most scenic portions of the Greenway, an Urban Wildlife Habitat, one of the few in Tennessee.
The Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway and its amenities from Mohawk Dr. to Willow Street (not drawn to scale):