first suburb, is immediately north of downtown.
As Greensboro's most popular historic district, Fisher Park dates back to 1901, when Captain Basil J. Fisher donated some land for a city park. A trolley line was extended to the area in 1902, and soon beautiful mansions were built overlooking the park. More than two-thirds of the neighborhood is considered part of the National Historic District.
The park the neighborhood is named for still sits at the heart of the community, providing a beautiful location to go hiking or bird-watching. The park contains historic stone bridges over streams, mature trees, a playground, and public art. Nearby Latham Park
Greenway features 20 fitness stations along a paved path.
Fisher Park is very pedestrian-friendly, so get out and explore once you move to this Greensboro neighborhood. Go downtown to the Greensboro History Museum or the Greensboro Children's Museum. Enjoy sports events or take some classes at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, just over a mile southwest of Fisher Park.