Lekki Conservation Centre (LCC) is a 78-hectare (190-acre) reserve on the Lekki Peninsula, within the city of Lagos, Nigeria.
The Lekki Conservation Centre is a Natural Resource Conservation in Lagos. The reserve is a resort which provides the serenity and beauty of nature.
The centre was established in 1990 to serve as biodiversity conservation icon and environment education centre. In order to start the conservation project, three potential areas were surveyed in 1987 by NCF technical team in partnership with the defunct Lagos State Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperative. Thereafter, Lekki area was chosen to establish the demonstration site for the conservation project. Locating the conservation project on Lekki Peninsula informed the name of the project – Lekki Conservation Centre. The Centre was established by the Nigerian Conservation Foundation to protect the wildlife and mangrove forests of Nigeria’s South-West coastline from the threat of urban development.