Winston Wanderers Walking Club

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Enjoy walking with a group that enjoys walking

  Walk with people who enjoy walking. Set a pace which allows you to enjoy the scenery. Our 5 and 10 kilometer walks are in areas of historical interest or scenic beauty such as parks and in conjunction with events of community interest. The Winston Wanderers Walking Club is located in the Piedmont of North Carolina, including Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point.  The club is affiliated with The Tarheel State Walkers VolksSports Association (TSWVA), The American VolksSports Association (AVA), and The International Federation of Popular Sports (IVV). We hold weekend walks in the Central North Carolina area and have permanent trails located throughout the state.

To learn more about our club or join us, look at our club brochure here.





















April 21st Meeting at Senor Bravo Restaurant in Winston-Salem


Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, April 21st at Senor Bravo Mexican Restaurant, 241 S. Marshall Street, Winston Salem, NC 27101.

   From Business 40 heading East, Take exit 5C toward Cherry St/Downtown/Convention Center; at the end of the ramp, turn left. Take the 1st right onto Marshall St ; Destination will be on the left.  If you get to Brookstown Ave - or Ollie's Bakery - You have gone too far.

   From Business 40 heading West, Take exit 5C for Cherry St toward Convention Center [this is a bit tricky as the exit comes up very quickly]; Turn right onto Cherry Street and move immediately [super quick] to the left lane. Take the 1st left onto 1st street. Take the 1st left onto Marshall Street. Destination will be on the left.    If you get to Brookstown Ave - or Ollie's - You have gone too far.

   From the Gateway YWCA start point for WS walks continue north on Main Street to the roundabout.  Go 3/4 around to exit the circle on Salem Ave W. for one block to Marshall.  Turn right on Marshall to the restaurant on the right just past Brookstown Ave (and Ollie's Bakery).

























HIGH POINT ON 4/25: The walk will start in Armstrong Park at 9 am. The restrooms in the park are usually not open, so find some on the way there. The box will be at the start so registration will not involve going to the Golden B Restaurant.

Directions: To get to Armstrong Park from Main St, turn North on Lexington Ave (Right if you are coming from Greensboro way or Left if you are coming from Winston-Salem way) for 4 blocks to Blain St and turn right. On Blain St., turn left at the 4th street on the left (Parkway Ave. E) and then an immediate left turn into the parking lot.


NC ZOO(ASHEBORO) ON 5/9: We will gather at the North America entrance at 9 am. If there are enough of us, we may qualify for the group rate.

Take I-73 (US-220) south to Asheboro and follow the large brown signs to the NC Zoo.


KANNAPOLIS ON 5/16: We will walk in the morning starting at 9 am. We will park in the parking lot at the bank on Main Street and walk to the Exxon Station to register, do the rest of the walk, and finish at the cars.

Directions: From 1-85, take Exit 60 (Dale

Eamhart Blvd) and head into Kannapolis. After many miles of driving, you will go under a Railroad overpass. Immediately, turn right onto Main Street. The start point (Exxon Station) is at this corner. Drive a short block and turn into the bank’s lot on the right.


GREENSBORO PARKS ON 5/23: The walk will start at 8 am at the tennis courts in Jay Cee Park.


CORNELIUS/DAVIDSON ON 5/30: The group walk will start at the YMCA in Cornelius at 9 AM and includes the covered bridge and new greenway. The YMCA is located at 21300 Davidson St. in Cornelius. The phone number is 704-892-9622. To get there from I-77, take Exit 30 toward Davidson (East) on Griffith Rd. until it dead ends at Davidson College. Turn right on Main St. (South) and go about 1 mile to Davidson St. Turn right to YMCA. There is a small YMCA sign at the corner.













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