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Lake Conestee Nature Park

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Lake Conestee Nature Park

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Rod S wrote a review Sep 2020
Greenville, South Carolina10 contributions
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Having a beautiful day to hike in Lake Conestee Nature Park is a bonus, but you can have an awesome experience here at any time! There are numerous trails, interconnected, that are teeming with nature. Lots of beech, maple, and hickory trees throughout the forest that keep this walker’s paradise cool. And, lots of places to see water too. A number of boardwalks allow visitors to cross swampy waterways hosting a number of turtles and larger birds. The trails, for the most part, are flat. One major walkway is paved and wide enough for folks to cross paths and not feel cramped. Other connector trails are a mix of dirt / rock / and boardwalk...all maintained well...no fallen logs / trees. And, the trails are mostly flat...very little slope. Learning Loops give visitors the chance to understand a bit more of the history of the area, and, of course, the nature within the preserve. Highly recommend this area.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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JD1 wrote a review Sep 2020
Greenville, South Carolina378 contributions80 helpful votes
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Free (requested $3 donation). Playground, restrooms, dog park, large greenspace and lots of trails. Main paved multi-use trail for bikes, dogs, people, strollers etc. Mainly flat. Boardwalks and hiking trails branching off. Basically they all wind around back to the paved trails. Lots of observation decks. Great for all ages and easy trails.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Robert S wrote a review Sep 2020
Greenville, South Carolina1,000 contributions223 helpful votes
We spent a couple of hours walking the trails and taking in the sights. We saw turtles, ducks, geese, herons and lots of flora and fauna. The park was well marked. The water was low so there were a number of mud flats where you might expect to find a pond. The walking paths / trails were relatively flat so this is a great place to walk for any experience level.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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SupperLenny wrote a review Sep 2020
Greenville, South Carolina103 contributions12 helpful votes
Well designed and maintained trails. Interesting side branches provide lots of flexibility for distances. Bridges cross streams and also the reedy river. Wooden towers that you can climb to sit and watch most of the terrain from above. Good for walking or biking.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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jlantern3 wrote a review Aug 2020
Columbia, South Carolina10,428 contributions789 helpful votes
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This is a real gem in the Greenville area. Very peaceful and calm area, The trails are well maintain and with the map I printed off website-had no problems finding my way. Had a family picnic. The lakes and creeks are a joy to observe. The builds were diverse and plentiful. Loved watching the turtles.. We walked slow and felt relaxed. Good size place with a lot of trails--not crowded when we visited on a Saturday. Loved the boardwalks and bridges. Free, but donations are greatly appreciated. Well worth a donation to keep this wonderful treasure maintained
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Date of experience: August 2020
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