The Middle Fork Greenway is being led by Blue Ridge Conservancy in partnership with  High Country PathwaysWatauga County, Town of Boone and Town of Blowing Rock.

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Thank you to our 2017 Middle Fork Greenway Donors & Sponsors

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We are very grateful for the generous gifts given by individuals, businesses and corporate sponsors in 2017.  We especially want to thank the Dillon Family Foundation and Ann Pipes and for their significant contributions in 2017.  

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Numerous agencies, departments, organizations, non-profits, and commissions have provided funding and guidance to the Middle Fork Greenway.  Among these are Appalachian State University, Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation, NC Division of Water Resources, Boone Area Cyclists, Appalachian Regional Healthcare System, NC Dept of Transportation, High Country Council of Governments, High Country Recreation, High Country United Way, Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership, NC DEQ,  PeopleForBikes, Watauga County Board of Commissioners, Watauga County Toursim Development Authority (TDA), Watauga County Planning and Inspections, Watauga County Parks & Recreation, Watauga County Community Foundation, Watauga County Economic Development Commission, Appalachian District Health Department, North Carolina Community Foundation, New River Conservancy, Blowing Rock Town Council, Blowing Rock Chamber of Commerce, Blowing Rock TDA, Blowing Rock Rotary Club, Blowing Rock Village Foundation, Blowing Rock Chamber Foundation, Inc., Boone Town Council, Boone Area Chamber of Commerce, Boone Sunrise Rotary Club, the Kiwanis Club of Boone, Boone Noon Rotary Club, NC Wildlife Resource Commission, Blue Ridge RC&D.

The Middle Fork Greenway has had incredible support from our local business community!!!  


On Easter Weekend 2015, Appalachian Ski Mountain along with Yadkin Bank, ECRS, and Mast General Store as presenting sponsors raised money to help fund the Middle Fork Greenway with these contributing businesses:

Alpen Acres Motel, Damon Anagnos, MD, Plastic Surgery, Appalachian Mountain Brewery, Basil's Fresh Pasta and Deli, Blowing Rock Attraction/Tarry Acres, Blowing Rock Brewing Co., Blowing Rock Inn, Blowing Rock Market, Cheeseburgers Grille, Chetola Resort, Comfort Suites of Boone, Dianne Davant Interiors, Doc's Rocks Gem Mine, Fairfield Inn & Suites Boone, Farm To Flame, Foggy Rock Eatery & Pub/Myers Inc., Jane Fonvielle, Footsloggers, French-Swiss Ski College, Gaines Kiker Silversmith, Grandfather Mountain, Green Park Inn, Hemlock Inn, Highland Hills Motel & Cabins, Adam E. Hill, DDS, PA, The Inn at Ragged Gardens, Jenkins Rentals, Kilwin's of Blowing Rock, La Quinta Inn & Suites Boone, Lost Province Brewing Company, Magic Cycles, Makoto's Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar, Meadowbrook Inn, Melanie's Food Fantasy, Mellow Mushroom (Boone & Blowing Rock), Mountainaire Inn & Log Cabins/McDowell Hospitality, Mystery Hill, The New Public House & Hotel, Norwood's Commercial Appliances, Pepper's Restaurant and bar, Ray's Weather, Recess Ride Shop, Red Onion Café, Roots Restaurant, Sleep Inn Boone, Stick Boy Bread Company, Sunset Tee's & Hattery, Super Eight Boone NC,  The TApp Room, Eggers, Eggers, Eggers, & Eggers, Bonnie & Jamie Schaefer, The Ethel and George Kennedy Family Foundation / The Herterich Fund.

Many other businesses have also contributed to the Middle Fork Greenway:

Tweetsie Railroad, Blue Ridge Energy Membership, Rhoddie Bicycle Outfitters, Appalachian Mountain Brewery, Lost Province, Blowing Rock Ale House, Wahoo's Adventures, Destination by Design, Appalachian Cookie Company, High Gravity Adventures, Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Blue Ridge Bites and Brews, Indulge Bakery, Camp Coffee, Hatchet Coffee, United Community Bank, Wells Fargo, Bare Essentials Natural Market, Brushy Fork Environmental, Rygid Group, LLC.

A special thanks to Wonderland Woods Productions for working on a Middle Fork Greenway video!  You can watch it HERE!


This website has been made possible with funding by a grant from the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area.