Are you looking for a park in Taylors, SC and thinking about visiting Lincoln Park? With spring weather here (finally) and summer on the horizon, it’s time to start planning activities to occupy little minds and bodies. And it doesn’t hurt for mom’s mind to be occupied too! Lincoln Park in Taylors offers a fun playground, paved path, basketbll courts, and more.
Things to Do at Lincoln Park
Just a short drive up the road in Taylors, you’ll find Lincoln Park. This park probably won’t win any awards for the playground equipment, but the perfectly maintained grounds are beautiful. Wide open (very) green spaces provide the perfect place to turn your toddlers loose to run. Older children can practice soccer on the grassy expanse or take advantage of the well-manicured baseball field. There’s also a court for those who prefer to shoot hoops.
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The whole family can enjoy horseshoes or walk/ride/run on the paved trail. A covered shelter with eight tables provides the only “formal” picnic area (and the only shade). Bring your blanket along with a full basket and enjoy an informal lunch on the grounds. This is our pick- have I mentioned how much I loved the grass? Shade is limited, so don’t forget the sunscreen. Lincoln Park has both restrooms and onsite parking.
Lincoln Park Playground
The playground consists of five regular slides and one that’s covered. There’s one smaller slide and four swings. Your little ones will not want to wear sandals or flip-flops. The equipment sits in the sand (not my favorite feature). While this may be easy on the body, it can be hard on the feet. A few benches are there for members of your group who prefer to people-watch or read a book.
If your furry family members are in tow, they must be kept on a leash at all times.
Quick Review: Lincoln Park
- Great grassy space
- Basketball courts
- Walking path
- Limited shade
72 Harnitha Ln, Taylors, SC 29687
If you live in the area, Lincoln Park has Saturday afternoon picnic written all over it!
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