Lake Conestee Nature Park
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- Mountain Bike
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- Picnic Area
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Two distinct types of trails are found in this park. An out and back surfaced trail starts at parking areas on Fork Shoals Road or Henderson Drive. A dirt trail starting from a third parking area on Fork Shoals road features a series of loops through this wetland area and boardwalks to cross water covered areas.
Lake Conestee Nature Park currently offers approximately six miles of natural surface trails, six miles of paved trails and approximately 4,000 linear feet of boardwalks and bog-walks.
During your hike, or ride, you may encounter a variety of animals, including whitetail deer, beaver, muskrat, raccoon, river otter, and read and grey fox. A number of bird species also make their home here, such as the great blue heron, green heron, egret, and a variety of songbirds.
Hours: Dawn to duskDirections:
From Exit 44 on I 85 in Greenville: Drive south on Augusta Road (US 250 for 7.5 miles and turn left onto Old Augusta Road. Drive 0.5 mile and turn left again onto Fork Shoals Road. To the north parking area for the paved trail turn left onto Henderson Avenue and the parking area is 0.7 mile on the right. To the south parking area for the paved trail, continue on Fork Shoals for 0.4 mile and the parking area is on the left. A third parking area is 0.3 mile further on the left.
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The Conestee Foundation | 601 Fork Shoals Road, Greenville, SC 29605 | (864) 277-2004 | Email
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