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Lake Conestee Lake Bed Loop is a 1.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Greenville, South Carolina that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.4 mi Elevation gain 39 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Partially paved

River

Views

Bridge out

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Please note: Biking permitted only on paved trails.

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Reviews (209)
Photos (134)
Recordings (203)
Completed (459)
Ryan Stratis
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Hiking

Fun and quick hike with some nice views and wooden paths to follow. A portion of the loop has a fence saying its closed off but the trail is maintained well enough when the weather is OK. Could see potential for a lot of mud on that side.

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Natalie Argueta
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HikingBridge outWashed out

Several trails still closed so had to deviate from loop

Christen Ardito
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Hiking

Trail was closed so we ended up following the main path.

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Nathaniel Palmer
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WalkingClosed

Great local trail but only the paved portions are open right now.

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Austin Ball
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Mountain bikingBridge out
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Mike Dougherty
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Hiking

We walked most of the trails in this park yesterday. They are all easy trails and meander through through the park. The bridge mentioned is still out.

Sam Gossett
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HikingBridge out

It is a great trail, and while the bridge is out, there is another bridge not as far down you can cross and make it a loop. A lot of fun!

Matthew H.
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Cole Nichols
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Running

Lots of roots on non paved parts because of how used the trail is. But, besides that this trail is phenomenal. Excellent views, absolutely beautiful scenery.

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Bobby Olsen
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Mountain bikingBridge out

Nice, quick, easy ride. A lot of loops that keep you in one central location. Easy to get back to wherever you park, which is multiple locations.

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Kristin Bok
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HikingBridge out

Perfect little trail, the bridge is out on the boardwalk trail so you have to turn around, you can’t finish the loop. Still a great trail though!

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Matt Ragard
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HikingBridge out
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Charles Studer
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Hiking

Marshy atmosphere, but very pretty. Nice escape for a quick solitary stroll, or a break from the monotonous neighborhood dog walk. Even a beach spot on the creek for the dog to play in.

Henry Almendarez
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HikingBridge out
Matthew Spriet
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Mountain bikingBridge out
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Peter Havens
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HikingBridge out
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Steve Dowdy
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Hiking

Lake Conestee Park is a must visit spot. Trails for all levels (adults and kids) and great for hiking, biking, picnics. Great, clean, safe park. I'll be back many, many times no doubts.

Amanda O'Leary
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Beautiful. Went on the Flat-Tail Trail. Easy trail. The bridge that some previous people referenced as washed out must have been repaired, bec I went over one made with very new lumber.

Jeremy Vanostrand
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This is a great park it right out of maulden in conestee there isnt must to it but its a nice hidden trail to get away and see a little of nature!

Claire Shearn
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Hiking

Part of the trail was closed due to damage but we had a great time. The dogs loved being close to the water.

Elizabeth Lopez
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Hiking

nice walk with pup

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Kelli Matheny
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HikingBridge out

Lots of different trails. It was hard to keep track of them so we went with the flow. That didn’t work out so well because a bridge we needed was out and instead of going back around we headed for the main road and not much space to walk by the road. If that hadn’t happened it would’ve been perfect.

Tom Steele
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Hiking

Well maintained and interesting trail. Not much elevation but beautiful scenery. Easy but still a great walking / hiking trail.

Rebecca Brandon
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Poor condition due to recent rains I imagine. Mostly wetlands/swamp. Lots of trash around.

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Ian Clarke
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HikingBridge outMuddy

Sections waterlogged. Some sections were deeply rutted by bicycle tires - should low lying trails be off limits for bikes? Good sightings of at least 8 sitting herons, 3 turkey vultures and a pair of Red Shouldered Hawks as well as the usual Mallard and Canada Geese.

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