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Provides visitors with a nice view of the water and Pineapple Fountain. If you are patient enough, wait for one of the swings and enjoy the Southern charm.
If not, just take a stroll and enjoy the breeze.
The waterfront is not far from Rainbow Row! It is small, but well-taken care of! An island of trees and grass with boats on both sides, and a beautiful "boathouse," too! There are benches to sit and a sidewalk to walk along the waterfront. It...More
My sister and I enjoyed walking around, people watching, and taking pictures of the iconic pineapple fountain. It was a good way to unwind from our day’s activities and it offers a very good view of the marina. :)
The best done waterfront park I have ever visited. Picturesque views to enjoy whether having a reflective moment on one of the many shady or sunny benches or walking the shady walks. Take a splash in a welcoming fountain designed for your enjoyment both refreshing...More
Beautful walk along the water. Children playing in the fountains, couples swinging together on the peir. People strolling down the beautiful shaded pathways. Just take a minute to relax and soak in the sunshine and fresh air.
Lovely place for a stroll, with great views out over the water. The two fountains are nicely set out, and it was fun to see lots of young kids playing happily in the bigger fountain at the north end. There are plenty of benches and...More
Response from alocalSummervilleSC | Reviewed this property |
It is a City of Charleston park, so there are definite restrictions. I'd call the city and ask. Parking can be a problem, and there are always LOTS of tourists, so any sort of privacy will be difficult. Not so sure if you... More
It is a City of Charleston park, so there are definite restrictions. I'd call the city and ask. Parking can be a problem, and there are always LOTS of tourists, so any sort of privacy will be difficult. Not so sure if you could "rope off" any section.