June 2, 2020 12:01 AM
Mask Requirements In Effect
Coming to the Park – Be Sure to Bring Your Mask
For everyone’s safety, Charleston County Parks now requires the use of face coverings in all indoor spaces, any outdoor spaces where 6-feet of social distancing is not possible and when interacting with our staff. Park staff is always available to provide guidance or answer questions.
In addition, our staff will continue to wear face coverings during:
While engaged in the preparation of food and beverages
While working in an enclosed space
When 6-feet of social distancing cannot be maintained
Please note, these requirements are subject to change without notice. We look forward to seeing you at Charleston County Parks soon!
What Else Can Guests Do To Help?
Stay home if you're sick or have recently been sick, have a fever or cough or other flu-like symptoms.
Practice good hand hygiene including bringing hand sanitizer and washing hands with soap for at least 20 seconds.
We encourage cash-less transactions.
We encourage pass sales to be completed online.
Avoid gathering and practice social distancing.
Respect safety barriers that are in place.
Bring filled water bottle with you as water fountains are currently not available for use.
Please be aware that spray play areas, water fountains (please bring your own water) and boat rentals are currently unavailable.
The Climbing Wall is available by appointment only.
The Campground Store will be closed until 7/7/2020. Some items will be available for call-in orders. Please see our Camping and Lodging page (linked below) for more details.
Waterpark & Aquatic Center COVID-19 Protocols
Each park will open at reduced capacity in order to promote social distancing. Capacity limits will be reassessed as the season continues.
Guests will notice increased signage throughout the parks that inform them of updated procedures and help them maintain social distancing while in lines.
Tubes/kickboards/mats and other shared equipment will be sanitized according to the specific needs for each area of use.
Guests who wish to leave and return to the park will be issued a wrist band to put on before exiting.
Tables and chairs are sanitized and placed to promote social distancing.
Restrooms will be inspected and cleaned multiple times throughout the day
Life jackets available upon request. If you do not wish to use one of our life jackets for your child, you are welcome to bring your own.
Splash Passes will not be available for the 2020 season. Those who purchased a Splash Pass prior to the season will be refunded.
Birthday parties, discounted rates (i.e. after 3 p.m. rate and group rates), promotional days and other select offerings will not be available in June.
Programs & Events
Customers who are feeling ill, have been exposed to, or are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should refrain from participating.
Maximum capacities of programs and events will be reduced to allow for social distancing.
Most programs will require preregistration online or via phone. On-site registration will generally not be offered.
Masks are required for participants and staff in all indoor spaces, and in any outdoor spaces where 6-feet of social distancing is not possible. If you are unable to wear a mask due to a medical condition or religious beliefs, please contact us before your program to discuss possible options.
Select programs may require health screenings and/or temperature checks prior to participating.
CCPRC will provide hand washing stations and/or hand sanitizer in priority areas. However, participants are ultimately responsible for their own safety and should come prepared.
Customers who do not abide by all COVID-19 guidelines will be required to leave the program.