MEMPHIS' ORIGINAL GREENLINE
LOCATED IN MIDTOWN
The V&E Greenline is a 1.7 mile urban greenspace converted from an old railroad in Memphis, TN. The V&E Greenline provides a natural, serene space for members of the community and beyond to exercise, walk their dogs, observe wildlife, or even visit with fellow users of the Greenline. From "The Springs" to "The Arbors" to "The Gardens" to "The West End," you can get to know the different sections contained in the 1.7 miles of the V&E Greenline, Midtown Memphis' Urban Forest.
Upcoming “2nd Saturday” Neighborhood volunteer events
Meet at the Stationhouse (Kirby Station: 1625 Tutwiler Ave.)
October 12: 10:00-12:00
November 9: 10:00-12:00
December 14: 10:00-12:00
Having started out as an overgrown railroad, the V&E Greenline was cleaned by members of the local community, who still maintain the V&E Greenline. Come help keep our it beautiful by volunteering on the next clean-up day!
Make a Donation
As an amenity that is entirely funded by the community, donations are crucial to keeping the V&E Greenline alive. Donations go to things like insurance, equipment repair, and many expenses that keep the trail looking great.
VISIT THE V&E GREENLINE
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
Memphis Arts Collective • Mercy Hill Church
Evergreen Historic District Association • Joe Spake, InCity Realty • Wiseacre Brewing • Jeff and KC Warren
Crosstown Arts • Church Health • Buckman • VECA
VECA Youth Committee • Polo Liquor and Wines • Crosstown CDC