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Park Guidelines
  1. Alcoholic beverages are only allowed in designated areas with an approved application.
  2. Radios must be kept at low volume.
  3. Fires allowed in cooking grills only.
  4. Removal or destruction of natural resources and wildlife prohibited.
  5. Metal detectors are not allowed.
  6. No swimming allowed in lakes, lagoons, ponds, or tidal creeks.
  7. Pets must be kept on a leash (except in designated off-leash areas), cleaned up after, and under control at all times.
  8. Motorized vehicles permitted on designated roadways only.
  9. Please stay on marked trails and paths.
  10. Firearms, fireworks, remote control airplanes, and any dangerous projectiles are prohibited. Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission does recognize a valid South Carolina Concealed Weapons Permit.
  11. No bicycles, skates, rollerblades, or skateboards allowed on docks. Please walk bicycles on boardwalks and ramps.
  12. Unrestricted fishing allowed in tidal creeks only. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources requires a saltwater fishing license to fish the tidal creeks. More information can be found here.
  13. All occupants of any canoe, kayak, or boat must wear a personal flotation device at all times while on any lake, lagoon or pond.
  14. Activities involving sales and solicitation require written approval from park management.

News Flash
Park Holiday Operating Hours
All Charleston County parks and facilities (except The Campground at James Island County Park and Holiday Festival of Lights) will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. Read on...
Cyber Monday park pass deals!
Online on Dec. 1 only, get discounted Gold, Splash, and Super Splash Passes! Read on...
Bring a can and save Monday through Thursday at the Holiday Festival of Lights!
Recieve $5 off your admission select nights when you bring a non-perishable food item for donation to the Lowcountry Food Bank Read on...
McLeod Plantation Historic Site receives funds from Friends of McLeod
Funds to be used for benches for public use. Site set to open spring 2014 Read on...
Winners announced from the Giant Greeting Card, Gingerbread House Competitions
Awards presented at the opening of the Holiday Festival of Lights Read on...
Folly Pier Diamond Closed to Fishing Through December 31
Final work on the pier's pile encapsulation project is scheduled for completion by the end of the year. Most of the diamond will remain open to the public, but fishing will not be allowed on that section of the pier.
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