The Ebb & Flow

PUBLICLY ACCESSIBLE LAND PROTECTED BY LOWCOUNTRY LAND TRUST



Here are a few fall adventure ideas for you and your family to enjoy on publicly accessible land protected by Lowcountry Land Trust!

Angel Oak Tree Park (John’s Island, SC) LLT protects the 35 acres surrounding the estimated 500-year-old magnificent live oak. Imagine the stories this tree could tell! This is a must see for anyone in the area and has become a symbol of the Lowcountry.

Things to Know:
Cost: Free
Restrooms: Portable Restroom
Pet Friendly: Yes Hours: Monday-Saturday 9-5PM, Sunday 1-5PM

Rosebrock Park (Summerville, SC) 1.5 miles of hiking & running trails allow you to explore 70 acres of protected bottomland forest and wetlands at the banks of the Ashley Scenic River. The park has covered picnic spots for a lunch or snack break. They have interpretive panels along the 1.5-mile trail to learn more about the park and environment.

Things to Know:
Cost: Free
Restrooms: Portable Restroom
Pet Friendly: Yes
Hours: Open from dawn to dusk

Roxbury Park (Meggett, SC) 157 acres of unique habitats that attract and support an amazing variety of wildlife – over 1000 different species can be spotted! This protected property is a public park where all can enjoy fishing in freshwater ponds (catch & release only), trails for walking, biking or running, or a picnic at one of the picnic tables. Bring the family and try to spot as many species as you can!

Things to Know:
Cost: Free *unless staying at the cottage
Restrooms: Portable Restroom
Pet Friendly: Yes
Hours: Saturday and Sunday 8-6PM






Recent Posts

We're Hiring: Controller
August 01, 2021

Lowcountry Land Trust (LLT) seeks an experienced self-driven finance professional with a passion for nonprofit excellence. The Controller works in partnership with the LLT Leadership Team and the Finance and...

The Ebb & Flow: July 2021
July 18, 2021

Dear Friends, I still remember the summer internship that changed my life. I spent that internship learning about land protection and stewardship, and how this innovative tool--conservation easements--can be used...

Meet Our 2021 Summer Interns
July 17, 2021

We would like to formally introduce you to our summer interns! Through researching the history of the lands we conserve, performing economic analyses, and organizing community outreach surrounding new projects,...

Why We Conserve Salt Marshes
July 16, 2021

Water is the fundamental source of life for wildlife and humans alike. Here in the Lowcountry, it shapes our borders, nourishes our bodies, and defines our lifestyles. Conversely, raging storms...

The Ebb & Flow: June 2021
June 24, 2021

Dear friends, This past month has been a whirlwind of activity at Lowcountry Land Trust. Thanks to two gifts in memory of VAdm. Douglas C. Plate, a former board member...

The Angel Oak Effect: Samantha Siegel
June 23, 2021

The Angel Oak Effect: Samantha Siegel   In 2008, Samantha Siegel took a stand and started a movement to save the Angel Oak and its surrounding land from impending development....