Meggett County Park
Heavily-forested with beautiful marsh views, approximately five miles of trails within the 416-acre Meggett County Park are open to walkers, runners, cyclists, and equestrians. The park is home to dozens of grand live oak trees, a variety of wildlife, and features an island, wetlands, and spectacular views of the marsh and surrounding landscape. Several tributaries of the Toogoodoo River flow adjacent to the property. In its early stages of being available for public use, the park will not be regularly staffed, nor will it have restrooms on site.
- Open daily, sunrise-sunset
Please be aware that no restrooms or concessions are available at the site.
Rules & Guidelines
The success of the trail system depends on you. Use caution. Trail users are responsible for their own safety, and the following guidelines will help provide for the safe and enjoyable use of the trail without endangering yourself or others.
- Pack it in, pack it out. Please do not litter.
- No motorized vehicles, ATVs, or motor bikes are permitted.
- Pets must be kept on a leash, cleaned up after, and under control at all times.
- Camping and/or camp fires are prohibited without an approved application.
- Removal or destruction of natural resources is prohibited.
- Metal detectors are prohibited.
- Firearms, fireworks, remote-controlled airplanes, drones, or any dangerous projectile are prohibited. Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission recognizes a valid South Carolina Concealed Weapon Permit.
- Alcoholic beverages are only allowed in designated areas with an approved application.
- Access may be restricted in order to perform land management, trail maintenance, or host special events.
- Stay on designated trails.
- Rules & Regulations Governing All Charleston County Parks Facilities & Activities (PDF)
- Follow trail etiquette when passing other trail users.
- Pedestrians and cyclists must yield right-of-way to horses. Stop to allow horses to pass, then continue.
- Cyclists yield to pedestrians.