Greystone Preserve
A stone’s throw from two of North Augusta’s main arteries lies another realm: 262 acres of peaceful creeks and deep valleys that seem a world away from the hustle and bustle of the metro area.

This oasis, simply named Greystone, is a true gem and one of the latest additions to the Land Trust’s protected areas.

A short walk through Greystone’s many peaks and valleys, and you might swear you were in the North Georgia mountains or deep in the heart of some long-established nature preserve, not within the city limits of a major metropolitan area.

Deer, turkey, and countless other wildlife call Greystone home. Her five creeks feed the Savannah River, less than a 1/4 mile downstream, with nutrients and fresh water.

The mature hardwood forest provides much-needed groundwater recharge areas for the City of North Augusta and is a safe-haven for Augusta’s endangered wildflower, Relict Trillium.
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