Share your thoughts on Angel Oak Preserve

Near-final designs for Angel Oak Preserve have been released.


POV: Strolling along the Angel Oak Preserve boardwalk.

Provided by Lowcountry Land Trust

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Lowcountry Land Trust recently shared the near-final designs of the future Angel Oak Preserve — here’s an overview of the project.

What does the design feature?

Ready for community review and feedback, the 44-acre design includes miles of boardwalk and trail space, a Welcome Center Pavilion, a nature play area, and educational information on the Angel Oak tree and the native people that have held it sacred.

What’s the timeline?

Construction could begin within 18-24 months. The project is currently in the second phase of public outreach.

How much will this cost?

The project’s total cost is currently an estimated $6 million.

How can I get involved?

Lowcountry Land Trust has a series of upcoming community outreach events, including:

  • Friday, Jan. 13 | Angel Oak Park, 688 Angel Oak Rd. | 2-4 p.m.
  • Saturday, Jan. 14 | KJs Market, 3575 Maybank Hwy., Johns Island | 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

The community is also encouraged to take a look at the renderings and share your feedback in this survey.

Find more FAQs here.

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