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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.

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Charleston's original zombie run returns this Saturday!
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Bluegrass, BBQ and Family Fun!
Join us for the Harvest Festival Saturday, Nov. 1 at Mullet Hall Read on...
World Renowned Equestrian Demo This Saturday
Come out to Mullet Hall Equestrian Center this Saturday for a special demonstration by world renowned equestrian Gloria Austin and her Spanish horses. Read on...
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Wine Down Wednesday series finale Oct. 29 at Old Towne Creek County Park Read on...
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