Summary: Features of this 10-acre public garden include perennial and annual flower displays, natural areas and woodland gardens, native plants, ponds and lots of wildlife. Areas are available for picnics and intimate special events. The nature preserve is free, but donations are accepted. It is open daily during daylight hours.
Trailhead: From I-26, Take the SC-296/Reidville Road exit--exit number 22--head east on John B. White, Sr. Blvd. (Reidville Rd)Travel 2 miles entrance with sign is on the left (Lat:81.57 Lon:-35.55)
Trail Guides for Hatcher Gardens:
Spartanburg Herald Journal
by Spartanburg Herald Journal (Spartanburg Herald Journal)
Best Seasons: Year-Round
User Groups: Hikers, Dogs,
Ranger Contact: N/A
Localhikes Reporter: This hike was submitted by Tom Duchac, who has posted 23 other hikes on this site
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Reviewed by JimZ on 4/4/2009
Lat/Lon for trail head is incorrect. Please post a review with the correct coordinates so this can be corrected.
Reviewed by Cullen on 1/16/2007
you just posted this one to get your hike report up hahaha. It's a nice place if you've got time to kill in Sparkle City.
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