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Sandy Bottom Nature Park is a 456-acre recreational oasis in Hampton, bordered on the northeast side by Interstate 64 and surrounded by busy residential, shopping and entertainment areas. Before it became a protected city park, the land was even used as a garbage dump. Now, it offers a beautiful wildlife area and nature center.
Several miles of trail crisscross the park, including its longest, the Trillium Trail, which stretches for just over 3 miles, offering views of woodlands and the park's two lakes.
Parking can be found in Sandy Bottom Nature Park (1255 Big Bethel Road). From I-64, take exit 261A to Big Bethel Road. Cross the road, and the park entrance will be on your right (west side).
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