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Park is host to several races per year. and is busy place on weekends.
Start at the picknik pavilion then go around the south ball field and every time you come to an intersection go LEFT eventually the trail will bring you back after 5 miles to the start at the pavillion.
Features: Birding — Fall Colors — Lake — River/Creek — Spring — Views — Wildflowers
Need to Know
bathrooms in the parking area as are drinking fountains. free parking. Wooden bridges can be slick after a rain,
multi use trail with 2 way traffic much of this was recently paved for ADA use.
Big Lefty starts out with a bit of pavement running as you warm up to the far side of the park and make your way around the baseball fields to the woods. step into trails in a field run followed by a steep down hill toward the lake Conestee; some tight singletrack in the woods and a run along the river go LEFT at the steel and wood bridge crossing the river and another LEFT brings you into the sandy / mucky bottoms on the other side of the river fun jump ups on the walk bridges and be careful on the boardwalks. following the pattern of LEFTs you'll run through hard wood groves and cross wooden bridges in swamps and a field run up to a picknik area and on to some recently paved ADA trail bring you back to the steel bridge and the final left in to the challenging last section. with some hard rocky up and down hill.
History & Background
This Lake was formed when a textile mill dammed the Conestee river, there are historical plackards at all the parking areas.