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Steele Creek Park, Bristol

(4.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • What a marvelous place to have in the middle of your city. It is absolutely beautiful in so many ways and offers so many ways to enjoy the outdoors for all ages. There are playgrounds and a train for ...  more »
  • We hold our family reunion at Steel Creek Park every year. It is a very nice place for groups, solo, couples, or family. 
  • The only reason I was at Steele Creek was because a neighbor had a company picnic there. Wasn't impressed that a company picnic, you were still required to pay the admission fee. Its a beautiful park ...  more »
  • A very beautiful park to visit at any time of year. Awesome landscapes and hiking trails throughout the entire park. If you love to photograph wildlife and nature then this is a great place for you to visit!
  • My daughter loves all 3 different playgrounds that are here. They have a nature center with all kinds of animals. There is a golf course and a Frisbee golf course. During the summer they have a train for the kids to ride, and paddle boats you can out on the lake. There are a lot of great hiking trails and shelter areas where you can grill out. It has a lake where you can fish off the bank or bridge, don't forget your fishing permit!!!
  • One of my favorite places to walk & hike. It can be a little smelly along the water, but there is small boating, hiking, walking, disc golf
  • Its was beautiful i moved up here from st pete fl and love it
  • Very natural setting park with some almost hidden trails that offer a fair challenge and some pretty views of the forest.