Gold Pass Membership

Buy or Renew Your Pass
Unwrap a full year of fun and adventure with a Gold Pass Membership! Enjoy unlimited admission (up to 15 people***) into 12 county parks. Spend the day at a variety of special events and take advantage of special park and program discounts in a monthly email sent only to Gold Pass members!


  • Ravenel Caw Caw Interpretive Center
  • James Island County Park
  • Mount Pleasant Palmetto Islands County Park
  • North Charleston Wannamaker County Park and the Wannamaker North Trail
  • Kiawah Beachwalker Park
  • Isle of Palms County Park
  • Folly Beach County Park
  • Laurel Hill County Park
  • Lighthouse Inlet Heritage Preserve
  • Mullet Hall Equestrian Center Walking/Running Trails
  • McLeod Plantation Historic Site***


  • Bark in the Park - Oktoberfest!
  • Bird walks at Ravenel Caw Caw Interpretive Center Wednesday and Saturday mornings
  • St. Paddy's Pawlooza
  • Yappy Hour
  • Harvest Festival
  • Holiday Festival of Lights (valid for one-time admission)
  • Latin American Festival
  • Lowcountry Cajun Festival
  • Pet Fest
  • Reggae Nights Summer Concert Series
  • Wannamaker Movie Nights
South Carolina Aquarium
Dive in and enjoy the South Carolina Aquarium all year round. Gold Pass members receive $10 OFF Aquarium annual memberships. To receive your discount, simply show your Gold Pass at the South Carolina Aquarium Member Window or, if purchasing a membership online, use promo code PARKGOLD.  Not valid with any other discount. One coupon per person. Restrictions apply.
Buy your Gold Pass today!
  • Standard Gold Pass: $85 or $70 CCR*
  • Senior (60+) Gold Pass: $70 or $55 CCR*
  • Community Bus Pass**: $100
*Charleston County residents contribute to the development of our county park system through property taxes, therefore a discounted rate is available to them.

**Available to school groups, day cares, churches, and organizations bringing large buses to our facilities. Not available for Commercial Bus groups.

***Gold Pass allows admission of up to 4 people per vehicle into McLeod Plantation Historic Site.