Wedding & Event Venues
Rich in beauty and history, Charleston County’s parks are home to some of the Lowcountry’s most spectacular landscapes. From a windswept beachfront vista to secluded woodland meadows, we have the perfect venue for hosting your special occasion, all conveniently located within miles of historic downtown Charleston. Our competitively priced and carefully maintained sites are available for weddings, galas, family reunions, group picnics, banquets, and holiday parties. Whether you’re hosting an intimate gathering for a few or a lavish affair for many, let us help make your important event an occasion to remember.
Situated at the edge of a beautiful lake within 15 minutes of historic Charleston is The Lake House at Bulow. This charming venue features stunning natural views.
Located in Mount Pleasant, Laurel Hill County Park features an oak allee, large open meadows, and gorgeous backdrops.
The 40-acre Johns Island County Park is nestled in an exquisite landscape of pristine meadows and equestrian barns and flanked by southern pines, magnolias, and moss-draped oaks.
The only public beachfront rental facility in Charleston County, the Pelican Watch Pavilion at Folly Beach County Park is a 1200 square foot, 2 level shelter overlooking the “the Edge of America.”
Located within the 643-acre James Island County Park, Edisto Hall is a 3,500-square foot facility that offers a wonderful vista of majestic live oaks and adjacent grassy meadow.
Cypress Hall is a 3700 square foot facility tucked within the woodlands of 1,015-acre North Charleston Wannamaker County Park and borders a beautiful grass meadow.
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