About Lake Conestee Nature Park
The park is open sunrise to sunset. Admission is free.
Lake Conestee Nature Park is owned by the Conestee Foundation, a private non-profit organization. The park is managed by the Greenville County Recreation District.
Parking and trailheads
Park information kiosks with trail maps are located at all Lake Conestee Nature Park trailheads.
- 840 Mauldin Road (LCNP’s main entrance; trailhead located at former Municipal Stadium, across from FedEx)
- 701 Fork Shoals Road (from Fork Shoals Rd., enter Belmont Fire Dept., parking and trailhead are located behind Belmont Fire Department)
- 601 Fork Shoals Road (opposite junction of Fork Shoals Rd. and White Horse Rd. Extension)
- Henderson Avenue (from Fork Shoals Rd., take Henderson Ave. continuing east until Henderson Ave. dead ends [junction with Meadors Ave.] , parking lot and trailhead located on the right)
- 1 Spanco Drive (from Conestee Rd. take Spanco Dr. past Conestee Mill, parking lot and trailhead located on the right)
- Natural Surface Trails: Approximately 3 miles
- Paved Trails: Approximately 2 miles
- Boardwalks: 1850 linear feet
- Future Trail Plans: Swamp Rabbit Trail extension along Reedy River to I-85
Areas open to public
- Acres of Land: 400 acres
- Permissible Uses: Passive recreation activities such as hiking, biking (except where prohibited), jogging, wildlife observation, geocaching, etc.
- Prohibited Activities: Swimming or wading in wetland areas, boating (unless officially pre-authorized), fishing, hunting, motorized vehicles (including ATVs) except for wheelchairs, horseback riding.
- Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. At no time are dogs allowed to enter the water.