Be In Awe Of The Natural Beauty Found On This Short, Secluded Hike In South Carolina’s Lake Conastee Nature Park

When you feel the need to get out of the house and reconnect with Mother Nature, there are a number of places to turn in South Carolina where a short and easy hike is sure to do the trick (see nine of those short hikes here). But few places can boast of the natural beauty and transformation that Lake Conastee and its 400-acre preserve along the Reedy River has experienced in recent decades.

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Lake Conastee Nature Park is open year-round. Find a complete trail map at this link. The park is so large, it has five different parking lots so you can conveniently begin your adventure nearer to where you park. See a list of the parking areas on the official website for this nature park in South Carolina.

Address: 601 Fork Shoals Rd, Greenville, SC 29605, USA