The Lindsay Pettus Greenway-Gills Creek Nature Pavilion, Trail, and Observation Piers
This project will construct a trail and pier overlooks to provide recreational trail users access to Gills Creek in Lancaster, SC.
Flowing from east to west through the City of Lancaster, Gills Creek is part of the Catawba River Watershed and is home to the endangered Carolina Heelsplitter Mussell. These mussells are important to the ecosystem, providing a food source for other animals, stabilizing the creek bed, and filtering the water. The Lindsay Pettus Greenway is a partner with the Katawba Valley Land Trust in conserving and restoring this important watershed and habitat, educating the public about its significance, and providing accessibility that will increase greenway users' interaction with and appreciation of the natural world that lies mere steps away from our urban environment."
-Sherri Gregory, President, Lindsay Pettus Greenway
The Water Resource Fund from Duke Energy is a multiyear, $10 million commitment to protect and restore waterways in the Carolinas and neighboring states. Learn more about the projects we’ve supported so far, and how you can get involved.