Charleston County Parks will reopen additional parks Friday, May 15. They look forward to welcoming visitors to get back to nature and enjoy the spring weather. Staff will be on hand to ensure that guests are social distancing.
Opening Friday, May 15:
Cooper River County Park
Folly Beach County Park
Folly Beach Pier
Lighthouse Inlet Heritage Preserve
McLeod Plantation Historic Site (self-guided tours only at this time)
Currently open parks include:
Boat Landings (except Sol Legare, which is currently under construction)
Caw Caw Interpretive Center
Isle of Palms County Park
James Island County Park
Johns Island County Park
Laurel Hill County Park
Palmetto Islands County Park
Meggett County Park
Mount Pleasant Pier
Stono River County Park
Wannamaker County Park and North Trail
For the safety of their staff and visitors, Charleston County Parks playgrounds, off-leash dog parks, spray play areas, water fountains, retail and food operations and rentals will be closed. Lifeguards will not be on duty. Fishing will be allowed on the piers, but patrons must bring their own gear.
All park openings are subject to change. For the latest information on the status of CCPRC’s facilities and events, visit CharlestonCountyParks.com.