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#1 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
Great ocean view, wonderful park with swings on the pier, can watch the boats go by, metered parking as well as nearby garage, also delicious ice cream across the street, and the water fountain was beautiful with...
The Charleston Waterfront Park is located on the Cooper River right in the historic district of downtown Charleston, near the Market Place, St. Philip's Church and so many other must-see landmarks of the "Holy City."
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#2 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
Today, Battery Park is a fun place for families and tourists to relax and explore and many guided tours begin at the massive gazebo as out-of-towners get a breathtaking view of Charleston Harbor and Fort Sumter be...
Located in the historic district, the park has plenty of cannons and mortars which were used as defense during the civil war, monuments, great walking paths which are lushly tree covered, places to sit and a gazebo.
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#3 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
If you want a great baseball outing along with truly unique Charleston cuisine - head to Joseph P. Riley Park.
Enjoyed a beautiful day at the park! Easy parking and comfortable seating.
#4 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
The house and garden tours were educational - we both love learning about nature and history!
We started with a nature tour with Bill, an excellent guide, alligators included!
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Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park Mount Pleasant 3.6 km away
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in Mount Pleasant
The memorial fountain and statue is perfectly situated to the side of the park along the sea and marsh where you can pray, reflect, honor or mourn in a private and quiet setting.
Mt. Pleasant is to be congratulated for creating this wonderful well landscaped park and pier below the Beautiful suspension bridge which ties it to Charleston.
#5 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
I added the Audobon Swamp Gardens to my Charleston “must-do” list because I love nature, swamps, gardens, and hiking and this location had it all.
Great Nature Walk
#6 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
Has extensive and different gardens, great place to take photos in very different scenarios, to take a romantic and calming walk, to have a picnic in a beautiful garden, to just sit and observe nature, whatever yo...
We also rode the Nature Tram that took us around the plantation and saw at least 5 alligators as well as several yellow-bellied sliders (turtles), egrets, ducks, a great blue heron, and other wildlife.
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#7 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
I have two teenagers who love nature, and the two highlights of the trip were touching the manta rays and hammerhead sharks, and touring the sea turtle hospital.
The area it is in is a little further down from the main part of Charleston (Waterfront park) but has its own park and fountains to see.
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Shem Creek Park Mount Pleasant 5.8 km away
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Mount Pleasant
The Shem Creek Park has an amazing boardwalk where you can see wildlife such as snails, crabs, heron, pelicans, dolphins, and much more!
Shem Creek - Mt Pleasant SC Go to Shrimp Boat Lane (off Coleman Blvd) they have free parking, rest rooms and a wonderful board walk where you can observe egrets, fiddler crabs, dolphins and other nature.
Pitt Street Bridge Mount Pleasant 6.3 km away
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Mount Pleasant
As you walk the "causeway" to the Park you'll see birds, marsh, lots of water, dog owners, friendly walkers, container ships passing in the canal, and the inevitable fishermen and women.
Nice place to walk, run, fish or just relax and spend time with nature.
James Island County Park South Carolina 7.0 km away
#22 of 350 Nature & Parks in South Carolina
... climbing wall for all ages)& water bikes and/or kayaks to rent& beautiful picnic areas & a dog friendly park and trails & splash park & high ropes course & disc golf course & trails through flowering bushes/tr...
This is another one of those must see and do around the holidays, each year James Island County Park does the Annual HOLIDAY FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS, it's the best ride through explore the park and admire the creation...
#8 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
Wrought iron gates are open revealing a dark nature covered path that goes past people's homes and their gates.
#9 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
In the center of the park, you will find a memorial that pays tribute to the Washington Light Infantry - an imposing 42' foot tall granite structure, which is in fact a miniature version of the Washington Monument...
There are numerous interesting statues throughout the park with plaques to give the history.
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#10 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
Next to the Citadel Hampton Park has 60 acres of peaceful, trees, sunshine, fountains, birds, and trails for walking, running or rollerblading.
This is a GREAT PARK to walk your dog, 3 trails adjacent to each other so if you see another dog just move over to the adjacent trail, the flowers and lake are beautiful, dog fountain for water, they have dog wast...
#12 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
Following a renovation by Charleston Parks Conservancy, the lake and surrounding park have become a wonderful gem, and oasis in the city.
Very beautiful little park.
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Sullivan's Island Beach Sullivan's Island 8.7 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Sullivan's Island
You'll have to park on the streets and walk to the beach, but you can usually find a spot within 5-10 minutes (the earlier the better).
Parking is available at the county park or along the street.
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This is a beautiful, relatively quiet park by the Ashley River where you can take your children to play on the small playground or take a walk out onto the fishing pier.
We were on a pirate tour and talking about Blackbeard at this point in the tour, and the park itself offered plenty of places to sit down and was beautifully maintained.
#17 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
The park was clean and scenic.
The park is nice and clean.
#18 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston
The park is the perfect place to visit if you are going to a perfomance at the Gilliard Auditorium and just want to arrive a little early.
Since we were already in the area, we decided to sit in this little neighborhood park and enjoy the great weather.
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Riverfront Park North Charleston 10.2 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in North Charleston
- Dedicated to the naval history of the Charleston area ... Plaques, statues, info and pictures - Fishing pier also allows observation of nature, river activities, and shoreline maritime activities ... Bring binoc...
Riverfront Park North Charleston Nice place in Riverfront - worth visiting - Scenic beautiful Excellent place-this is how they state Charleston is one of the beautiful cities in the world Visit the Riverfront Park...
Isle of Palms Beach Isle of Palms 12.6 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Isle of Palms
Lots of places to grab lunch within walking distance, the public beach front park has showers, parking, a playground and picnic areas, a snack shack in season and the cheapest rental chairs and umbrellas, also in...
Very nice park when you enter on the island for the kids and dog, beach is big and spacious for large families to plot out their territory!
#22 of 22 Nature & Parks in Charleston