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Supporting Charleston County Parks

Living in the low country is already a blessing. The weather, the gorgeous beaches and amazing wildlife make it a great place to live. Our founder, Gary Christmas, was asked in December if he wanted to join the board. Supporting Charleston County Parks is a fantastic way to give back to their communities.

With 15 parks and 2 beaches, Charleston County Parks offer residents of all ages the chance to explore nature.  Staying active outdoors and learn about their environment.

Make a Difference in Your Community

Are you passionate about making a difference in your community? As low country residents, we all have an incredible opportunity and responsibility to support our park system. By using our local parks, attending events, and donating resources whenever possible – we can help ensure that our county’s wonderful outdoor spaces continue to thrive for years to come.

From Boone Hall Plantation Fishing Lake to biking trails through Caw Caw Interpretive Center, parks provide exciting opportunities for everyone within our local community. Through support for our county park system, we can direct resources towards keeping them well-maintained and accessible. That way everyone can continue to experience the beauty of these natural areas now and into the future.

Supporting Charleston County Parks

Charleston County Parks offer an array of activities to meet the needs of people from every walk of life, young and old! From picnics with family to challenging sports competitions, you can find something that suits your interests.

The Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission operates over 11,000 acres of property, including regional parks, beach parks, a historic plantation site, landmark fishing piers, waterparks, boat landings, a climbing wall, a challenge course, an interpretive center, an equestrian center, cottages, a campground, a marina, and event facilities. We also offer a variety of recreational services – festivals, camps, classes, programs, and more.

The Charleston County Park, Recreation and Tourist Commission was created in 1968 as a county special purpose district by an act of the South Carolina legislature. The original act was amended in 1972, authorizing the commission to promote Charleston’s historical and tourist attractions, to create and operate countywide parks and recreation facilities, and to provide technical assistance to existing park and recreation agencies and community groups. In July 1985, the commission’s tourism function was transferred to the Charleston Trident Chamber of Commerce and the commission was renamed Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission. We represent one of the most diverse park and recreation agencies in the State of South Carolina.

If you, your family or anyone living or visiting wants to get out there an explore, Charleston County Parks is the place to go!

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