• October 4, 2014
    10:30 AM - 12:00 PM


When: October 4, 2014 @ 10:30am

Where: Lake Conestee Nature Park, 840 Mauldin Rd., Greenville, SC 29605

Who: Kids ages 14 and under are eligible

Course: 1.5 mile trail run on mix of dirt, gravel and pavement.  Click here to view course map.

Start Time: 10:30am

Entry Fee: $15

Beneficiary: Conestee Foundation

Kids ages 14 and under (and parents) are invited to join us for a fun trail run through the trails of Lake Conestee Nature Park. Adults are welcome to enter this race as well to escort and encourage their children if desired. Entry in the 10K race this same day means you may accompany your child during the kids race for free. The Get Out Greenville 1.5 Mile Kids Race will be one of the featured events taking place during the Get Out Greenville Fall Festival, celebrating all that Greenville County and Upstate South Carolina has to offer outdoor enthusiasts.  The rolling 1.5 mile course winds its way through the beautiful Conestee Park and features a mix of dirt, gravel and pavement. Greenville County Rec has been working hard to make Conestee one of the best facilities in the county, and this is a great opportunity to see all the fantastic improvements that have been made to this wonderful outdoor oasis. A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to the Conestee Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing Lake Conestee Nature Park and contiguous community lands into a nature park and wildlife sanctuary for public recreation.



840 Mauldin Rd, Greenville, South Carolina, 29607


840 Mauldin Rd, Greenville SC 29607

Lake Conestee Nature Park consists of approximately 400 acres of beautiful natural habitat on the Reedy River just 6 miles south of downtown Greenville, South Carolina. The park contains both hardwood and evergreen forest, extensive wetlands,  3 miles of the Reedy River, and a rich diversity of wildlife habitat. Deer, raccoon, beaver, fox, river otter, and various small mammals inhabit the park, along with numerous species of reptiles and amphibians. Over 170 bird species have been reported by the Greenville County Bird Club. The park has been designated as an Important Bird Area of Global Significance by the National Audubon Society.