Walk Score Logo
Go
Locate me

Living in Saddlecreek Greensboro

Saddlecreek is the 65th most walkable neighborhood in Greensboro with 1,030 residents.

Saddlecreek does not have many bike lanes.

Nearby neighborhoods: Quaker Run, Friendly Lakes, Friendly Acres, Westridge Heights, British Woods, Garriage Hills and Westwood.

Nearby Apartments

Walk Score of Saddlecreek, Greensboro, NC

Saddlecreek is a Car-Dependent neighborhood

Almost all errands require a car.

Almost all errands require a car in Saddlecreek Greensboro.

Saddlecreek is the 65th most walkable neighborhood in Greensboro with a Walk Score of 24.

Find apartments in Greensboro's most walkable neighborhoods: Downtown, Fisher Park and Charles Aycock - Summit Ave.

Saddlecreek Neighborhood Ranking

Compare Saddlecreek to other Greensboro neighborhoods.

Rank

#

Name

Walk Score

Transit Score

Bike Score

Population

63 Bellwood Village 25 - 33 752
64 Random Woods 24 - 31 2,104
65 Saddlecreek 24 - 36 1,030
66 Friendswood 23 - 34 859
67 Bryson Ridge 23 - 36 805

Eating & Drinking

There are about 8 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Saddlecreek.

People in Saddlecreek can walk to an average of 0.2 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

Restaurant Choices Map

= More Choices

Bike Score of Saddlecreek, Greensboro, NC

Saddlecreek is Somewhat Bikeable

Minimal bike infrastructure.

25
100
Bike
Score

     o__
    _.>/ _
___(_)_\(_)___
          
Bike
Lanes

________________
 __  __  __  __
________________
          
Hills
          _
         / \
   _   _/   \
__/ \_/      \__
          
Bike
Commuters
              _
             |_|
/\           |_|
[]...........|_|
          

Walk Score Professional

Real Estate

Walk Score Neighborhood Map

Add Walk Score, Bike Score, and Transit Score to your rental and for sale properties with the Walk Score Widget.

Software Developers

Walk Score APIs

Build apps with Walk Score, public transit data, and commute and travel times via Walk Score APIs.

Data and Analysis

Walk Score Data and Research

Use Walk Score data for real estate, public health, finance, and urban planning research and analysis.