- 7th Inning Splash Park/Lakeside Park VIEW DETAILS
This park includes athletic fields, a playground, a walking trail, basketball courts, a shelter, and waterpark.
- Abney Mills Park VIEW DETAILS
This is a dog friendly facility which includes a baseball field.
- Adden St. Park VIEW DETAILS
The Adden Street Park includes basketball courts, a playground, and a baseball field.
- Adger Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly facility which includes, two half basketball courts, grills, benches, and a playground.
- Aiken Dog Park VIEW DETAILS
Established in 1935, the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare is a private, non-profit organization operating under IRS Section 501c3. We have been placing thousands of needy animals into loving forever homes for over 80 years.
- Albergotti Park VIEW DETAILS
Albergotti includes tennis courts, a playground, and picnic shelter.
- Alder Park VIEW DETAILS
The Alder Park includes a picnic shelter, basketball court, and a rectangular pitch good for soccer, and flag football.
- Allen Park VIEW DETAILS
The Parks and Recreation Department will ensure that the availability of athletic, passive, and water recreation opportunities effectively serve the diverse needs and interests of area residents, as well as visitors.
- Andrew Jackson State Park VIEW DETAILS
Andrew Jackson State Park combines history, art and community activities into a setting that has made it one of the S.C. State Park Service’s most popular
attractions. Popular features of the park include living history programs, an Andrew Jackson museum that details his boyhood in the South Carolina
backcountry and a birthday celebration held each March in honor of the seventh President of the United States of America. Other park attractions include
an 18th-century replica schoolhouse, campground and picnic facilities, fishing lake and nature trails.
- Anna Boyd Park VIEW DETAILS
At the intersection of Anders Drive and Brookmont Lane, contains two playgrounds and a basketball court that fills this 2.35-acre location. The park is located next to Anna Boyd Elementary School.
- Arcade Park VIEW DETAILS
This 20 acre park features two-lighted ball fields.
- Arcade-Victoria Park VIEW DETAILS
A 5 acre park with a youth ball field, playground, two basketball courts and a mile trail.
- Armory Park VIEW DETAILS
A 4 acre park with picnic shelter, basketball court, playground, youth ball field, and walking trail.
- Arsenal Hill Park VIEW DETAILS
This neighborhood facility is in the heart of downtown Columbia, located across the street from Finlay Park. This facility is a wonderful location for small group meetings, banquets, birthday parties and other small events.
- Azalea Park VIEW DETAILS
Azalea Park is a really nicely landscaped garden located in a residential area in the heart of Summerville, very close to the business district. Extending over several city blocks, these gardens put on a spectacular display of flowers every spring. At any time of the year, this is a great place to go for a nice relaxing walk. A series of pathways wind around the park with ponds, statues, trees, bushes, creeks, and flowers all along the way.
- B Avenue Ball Park VIEW DETAILS
The B Avenue Ball Park includes a football field, baseball field, batting cages, restrooms, and tennis courts.
- Baker Creek State Park VIEW DETAILS
Operated seasonally, Baker Creek caters to those looking for fun on Lake Thurmond, a wild ride on South Carolina mountain bike trails or a quick camping trip. If you��_��__re looking for quality, South Carolina mountain bike trails, the park is home to 10 miles of rolling, loop trails that take bikers through oak and pine woodlands. Outside the stillness of the woods sits Lake Thurmond, a 71,100-acre lake that offers campers serene, lakeside camping sites, as well as easy lake access for boaters and fishers. A covered, 160-person capacity pavilion overlooks the lake and is perfect for group get-togethers and family reunions.
- Banks Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Banks Sports Complex includes a baseball field, soccer field, canteens, restrooms, and picinic shelters.
- Barnwell State Park VIEW DETAILS
The trails at Barnwell State Park remain closed as we continue to recover from tornado damage. Thank you for your patience. Community Building rental hours are from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. year round. Events held in the Community Building that extend beyond 6 p.m. are subject to additional charges. For information regarding these charges, please contact the park office.
- Bay Creek Park VIEW DETAILS
Bay Creek Park is located at 3706 Dock Site Road. This park includes a fishing and crabbing dock, open space for picnics, an interpretive center and market open on Wednesdays.
- Bea Thompson Park VIEW DETAILS
Bea Thompson Park is a pet friendly area which includes picinic shelters and grils, play equipment, however, no restrooms.
- Bear Island Wildlife Management Area VIEW DETAILS
Bear Island Wildlife Management Area, owned by the SC Department of Natural Resources, is managed to provide quality habitat for wintering waterfowl and other wetland wildlife including threatened and endangered species such as woodstorks and bald eagles; to provide habitat for upland game and nongame species; and to provide recreational opportunities for the hunting and nonhunting public. This area has also been designated as an “Important Bird Area” in South Carolina. Two observation platforms and miles of dikes provide numerous wildlife viewing opportunities.
- Belton City Park VIEW DETAILS
Belton City Park is a pet-friendly area which includes picnic shelters, and equipment.
- Ben Arnold Park VIEW DETAILS
Ben Arnold community center has a gymnasium and meeting facilities. The play area features new equipment. The center offers a variety of programs, from jumping rope to basketball to ceramics. The park is next to Memorial Stadium and backs up to the Owens Field Park Complex. Rosewood Park is across the street.
- Ben Edward Park VIEW DETAILS
The Ben Edward Park includes a playground, a full basketball court, and picnic shelter.
- Blair Park VIEW DETAILS
Blair Park is a pet-friendly area which includes a picnic table, gazebo, however, no restrooms.
- Blanding Street Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is located on Blanding Street, consists of three large softball fields and restrooms.
- Blue Ridge Railroad Trail VIEW DETAILS
This moderately difficult walk follows the incomplete nineteen-century rail bed of the Blue Ridge Railroad where you can see three abandoned tunnels. Start your walk with a visit to the Stumphouse Tunnel, which is 25 feet high, 17 feet wide, and although it was not completed, extends 1,617 feet into the mountain. You can walk to the end of the tunnel, but be aware there may be water and you will need a flashlight to find your way. After a visit to the Stumphouse Tunnel you can start the trail just above Isaqueena Falls and walk to the second or Middle Tunnel, which is on a short spur to the left at approximately 0.5 mile. Although once covered with dirt, the Middle Tunnel now has an opening, so you can go inside. Return to the main trail, turn left, and continue to the third tunnel, the Saddleback Tunnel. You can’t enter this tunnel, because over the years it has filled with water, but along the way, you can expect to encounter a lush deciduous forest of oak, maple and pignut hickory as well as wild blackberries and blueberries (when they€re in season). After your visit to the Saddleback Tunnel, return the way you came.
- Blue Wall Passage of the Palmetto Trail VIEW DETAILS
The Blue Wall Passage crosses pristine natural areas managed by The Nature Conservancy and home to more than 100 species of birds. Wildlife, scenery, and a 30-foot cascading waterfall on a side loop offer fantastic photo ops for nature lovers. The eastern trailhead is located in the Foothills Equestrian Nature Center (FENCE), an education/recreation center with easy paths, a pond, and an observation boardwalk. Country roads and sidewalks take the Trail user through downtown Landrum and around lovely Lake Lanier. The Southern Blue Ridge Escarpment at miles 12 to 14 climbs steeply and abruptly to Vaughns Gap (trailhead for Poinsett Reservoir Passage). Landrum offers quaint antique shops, great eateries, and comfy B&Bs.
- Bluff Road Park VIEW DETAILS
Check out the new facility at Bluff Road Park! This 20,000 square foot facility is complete with a huge gymnasium, meeting rooms, classrooms and a workout room. We have classes going on NOW so be sure to check them out soon! Zumba, dance, youth sports and our fitness room are all affordable and are for all ages! We also have a great afterschool program too!
- Blythewood Park VIEW DETAILS
Blythewood Park offers programs and services that enrich the quality of life for persons of all ages and abilities. Children benefit from activities that reduce childhood obesity and provide hours of constructive use of time. Adults benefit from services that improve health and wellness, reduce stress and are conducted in a relaxing, wholesome family environment. This 21.62-acre facility amenities include a recreation complex with gymnasium, game room, weight room, club room, arts & crafts room, kitchen; two lighted Dixie Youth baseball fields; one lighted softball field; two tennis courts; playground; and picnic facilities with shelter.
- Bomber/Toxaway Park VIEW DETAILS
Bomber/Toxaway Park is a baseball field home to Blue Chip Professional Baseball.
- Boswell Street Playground VIEW DETAILS
The Boswell Street Playground includes a basketball court and playground.
- Boyd Young Park VIEW DETAILS
The Boyd Young Park includes a lighted baseball field, a tot lot, restrooms, a concession stand, and a meeting building.
- Boykin Park VIEW DETAILS
The Boykin Park includes a basketball court, and playground.
- Boyles Soccer field VIEW DETAILS
The Boyles Soccer Field includes a six acre fenced soccer complex which can accommodate a regulation soccer field or on occasions up to five different fields at one time. This soccer facility has bathrooms and concession stand as does the Kinard Park and Dave Daniels Park.
- Brady Park VIEW DETAILS
The Brady Park includes a gazebo.
- Bray Park VIEW DETAILS
Bray Park includes a football field, baseball field, softball field, canteens, and restrooms.
- Bridwell Park VIEW DETAILS
Bridwell Park is a dog-friendly facility, open year-round which includes a playground and picnic area.
- Brodie Road Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Brodie Road Sprots Complex includes a football field, baseball field, canteens, and restrooms.
- Brookdale Community VIEW DETAILS
Brookdale Community is a dog-friendly facility, open year-round which includes a playground, field, and basketball court.
- Brushy Creek Soccer Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Brushy Creek Soccer Complex includes athletic fields, a tournament facility, and soccer fields.
- Burley L. Lyons Park VIEW DETAILS
This is a pet-friendly area which includes a playground and picinic area.
- Burndale Park VIEW DETAILS
The Burndale Park includes playground equipment.
- Burnette Park VIEW DETAILS
Burnette Park includes a playground, and walking track.
- Butler Springs Park VIEW DETAILS
The Butler Springs Park includes baseball fields, a walking trail, a playground, and tennis courts.
- Calhoun Falls State Park VIEW DETAILS
Calhoun Falls State Park sits along several pine-covered points extending out into sparsely-developed Lake Russell. The Calhoun Falls campground is one of the most coveted in the park system, with spacious RV and tent sies complete with forested, shoreline views of the lake. Day-use activiites includes a short, easy nature trail, tennis court, seasonal swimming and fishing.
- Calhoun Street Park VIEW DETAILS
Calhoun Street Park is a three acre park located behind Walter Elisha Park between Looms Way and Park Drive. It includes a multi-purpose athletic field, one gazebo with two picnic tables.
- Calvert Avenue Park VIEW DETAILS
Calvert Avenue Park includes a playground.
- Campbell’s Covered Bridge VIEW DETAILS
The only covered bridge remaining in South Carolina is a well-preserved piece of Upcountry history.The bridge and surrounding acreage is presently owned by Greenville County and has been transformed into a passive park where visitors can picnic, explore the foundations of the old grist mill and home site, wet their feet on a hot summer day in Beaverdam Creek, and learn about the area through interpretive signage.
- Caractor Park VIEW DETAILS
The Caractor Park includes a playground, hopscotch court, mist fountain, rope climber, and picnic shelter.
- Carolina Bay Nature Preserve VIEW DETAILS
The Carolina Bay Nature Preserve is a pet friendly area, which includes foot trailers.
- Carolina Wren Park VIEW DETAILS
The Carolina Wren park is a tobacco free, pet-friendly facility, which puts on a variety of community events reguarly.
- Carraway Park VIEW DETAILS
Carraway Park includes a playground, picnic tables, grills, a gazebo, and field.
- Carroll Park VIEW DETAILS
This 11.4 acre park has a lighted ball field, a basketball court, and a playground.
- Carson Park VIEW DETAILS
Just outside the town of North, you will find this small sanctuary where US highway #321 crosses over the North Fork of the Edisto River. There is a gazebo-style shelter here and two wooden fishing platforms which overlook the river. The area can be quite attractive at certain times of the year when flowers grow along the riverbanks. A ramp lets you launch small boats onto the river as well.
- Caters Lake Park VIEW DETAILS
Cater’s Lake Park is a pet friendly area which incudes picnic tables and grills, however, no restrooms.
- Caughman Road Park VIEW DETAILS
Caughman Road Park offers programs and services that enrich the quality of life for persons of all ages and abilities. Sports are an excellent way to demonstrate emotional regulation, frustration and conflict. Caughman Road Park provides a safe place for physical activity, contributes to community cohesion, prevents crime and offer educational opportunities. Amidst a crisis in obesity, this facility must be regarded as a health necessity. Caughman Road Park is home field for many families in Southeast Richland County. Thousands of children have played baseball, softball and tennis at Caughman for over 20 years. Located just off of Garners Ferry Road (Hwy 378), just a few miles from the City of Columbia, this 20 acre park features an oak-lined entrance, multi-use athletic fields, tennis courts and walking trail. The park also features two large picnic shelters perfect for family cookouts and gatherings.
- Caw Caw Nature & History Interpretive Center VIEW DETAILS
Caw Caw Interpetive Center guides you through 654 acres worth of history and nature. Part of a former rice plantation, the land was home to enslaved African Americans who applied their technology and skills in agriculture to carve a highly successful series of rice fields out of cypress swamp. Still evident are the earthen dikes, remnant water control structures and canals that today provide diverse habitats to migratory waterfowl, songbirds, deer, otter and alligators. Visitors can experience Caw Caw through the 8 miles of walking trails, interpretive exhibits at the interpretive center and a wide variety of educational programs.
- Cayce Riverwalk Park VIEW DETAILS
Cayce’s most popular park is the Cayce Riverwalk Park, which is part of the 3 Rivers Greenway, stretches for 3.8 miles along the river. It offers a scenic place to walk, run, picnic, and fish, with the added convenience of lighted pathways and 24 hour security. The Riverwalk Park is located at 201 Naples Ave.
- Cayce/West Columbia Riverwalk VIEW DETAILS
The Cayce Riverwalk opens the Congaree River for walking, jogging, bicycling, and just gazing at the natural beauty. Its bridges, boardwalks, overlooks, and lighted central path will accommodate all levels of physical access. Its design evokes the natural quality and echoes the first riverfront settlement of 1750’s Granby. You can fish for Striped Bass in the Congaree or watch for eagles in the towering pines. It is a place of wonder in the heart of Cayce. From the main entrance, you can walk the two and a half miles to old Cayce or linger in the over 46 acres of river park. Historical markers have been placed throughout the park to provide visitors with the background of the area. The Cayce Riverwalk Park is open daily until dusk. And the Riverwalk Pavilion is located at the main entrance to the park. This covered Pavilion can be reserved free of charge and features six large picnic tables, electricity upon request, and is accessible to water. Total capacity is about 50 people. The West Columbia Riverwalk is located between Gervais Street and Knox Abbott Drive running along. Its path accommodates all levels of physical access including baby carriages and wheelchairs.
- Ceasar’s Head State Park VIEW DETAILS
A granitic gneiss outcropping atop the dramatic Blue Ridge Escarpment gives Caesars Head State Park its name. Every fall, from the easily-accessible overlook atop the rocky peak of the Blue Ridge Escarpment, sight-seers are treated to the Hawk Watch program and a spectacular view that extends into North Carolina and Georgia. Caesars Head connects to Jones Gap State Park in what is known as the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area, an 13,000-acre area of pristine southern mountain forest. Hikers can take a number of loop and traverse hiking trails that connect the parks, and trailside camping is available for those who choose the longer routes. One of the most popular trails at Caesars Head is the four-mile, round trip Raven Cliff Falls trail. This hiking trail leads to 420-foot Raven Cliff Falls, where a suspension bridge offers one of the two publicly accessible overlooks to the falls as they plunge deep into the mountain cove below.
- Cedar Crest Park VIEW DETAILS
This park features a small (.8 acre) fenced tot lot and picnic area.
- Cedar Falls Park VIEW DETAILS
The Cedar Falls Park includes athletic fields, a walking trail, and access to the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail.
- Centerville Mini Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly facility which includes a basketball and tennis court, and one picnic shelter.
- Central Bark VIEW DETAILS
Central Bark is located off of New Gray Rock Rd. It is a 6,000 sq. ft. track of land that has both open space and trees so “man’s best friend” has plenty of room. There are benches as well as doggie stations located at Central Bark. Below are the rules and regulations for Central Bark to ensure everyone has an enjoyable visit. For your Pooch Pass to Central Bark, please bring the application to the Administration Building. Annual fee of $25 for 1 dog, and $10/ dog for each additional dog.
- Chapin Park VIEW DETAILS
The new Chapin Park is the latest development in ICRC��_��__s master plan for the district. Guided by residents, the plan called for additional athletic facilities and recreational amenities in the Chapin area. The park encompasses 70 acres and features: a six (6) field baseball complex with restrooms and a concession pavilion, an eight (8) court tennis complex, two (2) multiuse fields, and a splash pad. These new amenities provide much needed space for public recreation as well as youth and adult athletics in the Chapin area.
- Chappelltown Mini Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly faciliy which includes a basketball court, and playground.
- Charles Pinckney National Historic Site VIEW DETAILS
The site is a 28-acre remnant of Charles Pinckney’s Snee Farm, a rice and indigo plantation that once fed the Charleston and International markets. The site is home to an 1828 Lowcountry coastal cottage that serves as a museum and visitor center. Park grounds boast ornamental gardens and towering canopies of live oak and Spanish moss. Exhibits tell the story of Charles Pinckney and his contributions to the U.S. Constitution, of the United States as a young and emerging nation, and of 18th century plantation life for free and enslaved people through the history of Snee Farm inhabitants.
- Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site VIEW DETAILS
Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site sits on a marshy point, located off of the Ashley River, where a group of English settlers landed in 1670 and established what would become the birthplace of the Carolina colony. Charles Towne Landing introduces visitors to the earliest colonial history of Charleston. Interact with hands-on exhibits in the Visitor Center, talk to knowledgeable staff members, and take an audio tour on the self-guided history trail.
- Charleston Street Playground VIEW DETAILS
The Charleston Street Playground is a pet friendly area, which includes a playground, basketball courts, and a sandbox.
- Chattooga National Wild & Scenic River VIEW DETAILS
The Chattooga is recognized as one of the Southeast’s premier whitewater rivers and the most famous whitewater paddling spot in the state. Thundering waterfalls, dense forests, flora, fauna and unspoiled nature make this a wilderness paradise. Straddling the SC-Ga border, the river is a magnet for hikers, boaters, and whitewater rafters who boldly take on the river’s Class IV and V rapids. But even novices can make it through those rapids on a guided raft trip. The Chattooga is home to more than a hundred types of fish, including three species of trout. The river became a national quest after its starring role in the movie classic “Deliverance,” based on James Dickey’s novel.
- Chau Ram County Park VIEW DETAILS
The Oconee County Parks Recreation and Tourism department calls Chau Ram County Park Oconee County€s €Best Kept Secret.€ And they may be right! Each time we have visited this lovely park, there have been numerous camping spaces available and lots of room to enjoy the wide variety of activities available in the Park. The 40€ waterfall on Ramsey Creek, located by the parking area, sets the stage for the beautiful rock and water scenes that occur throughout the Park.
- Cheddar Community Park VIEW DETAILS
Cheddar Community Park is a pet-friendly area which icludes picnic tables, walking tracks and playgrounds.
- Cheraw State Park VIEW DETAILS
Cheraw State Park takes traditional recreational park activities to a new level of fun. The 18-hole, championship Cheraw State Park Golf Course winds its way through piney woodlands while maintaining and protecting the surrounding natural habitat of the park. Cypress wetlands line Lake Juniper and can be explored by kayaks and canoes or via a boardwalk that runs along the lake. Try fishing from the boardwalk or by boat, or take time to explore other areas of Cheraw on the park€s extensive biking, hiking and equestrian trail system. Visit their website for additional seasons and hours of operation.
- Chester State Park VIEW DETAILS
Since opening in the 1930s, Chester State Park near Chester, South Carolina has been a haven for hiking, picnicking, boating and fishing for the surrounding communities in the Piedmont Region of South Carolina. Located midway between Columbia and Charlotte, in Chester, South Carolina, the park centers on a 160-acre lake surrounded by a two-mile nature trail through the pine forest. A community building, camping, jon boat rentals and an unusually serene, placid setting in the Piedmont Region of South Carolina are among this traditional state park��_��__s attractions. All of our state parks offer something unique! Have a picnic or try geocaching at Barnwell State Park or explore the South Carolina mountain bike trails at Baker Creek State Park.
- Chestnut Ridge Heritage Preserve VIEW DETAILS
Starting from the parking area, this moderately difficult, out and back dirt trail will take you up the south side of Squirrel Mountain and down the north side to the South Pacolet River. The first part is new growth forest and not very exciting, but continue and you will be treated to a lush hardwood forest and rock outcroppings on the sides of Chestnut Ridge and Squirrel Mountain. Two short bridges help you over the wet spots and steps on the steep parts aid your climbs. You may see a wide variety of plants such as the white irisette and animals include bear, deer, raccoons, and turkeys.
- Chris Taylor Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
Chris Tyalor Memorial Park was built in honor of one of Anderson County Sheriff’s departments fallen Polic Officers. IT was located inside the Anderson Sports and Entertainment Complex.
- Citadel Park VIEW DETAILS
Citadel Park is charming small neighborhood park. You may be surprised to find it is only a block off of Trenholm Rd. This park is maintained by the City of Forest Acres and although it is not big, it has plenty to keep kids entertained.The park has a playground, picnic tables and shelter, a gazebo and a volleyball pit. There is no offstreet parking, lighting, or restrooms.There is plenty of play equipment, including swings, “log” type climbing structures, and dinosaur bouncys. The park is well-shaded throughout but you may want to be careful of some of the play equipment overheating as most of it is metal.
- Citizens Park I Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Citizens Park I includes (1-5) multi-purpose fields, playgrounds, a covered eating area, batting cages, and a soccer field.
- Citizens Park II Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Citizens Park II includes (6-10) multi-purpose fields, playgrounds, a covered eating area, and numerous benches throughout the park.
- Citizens Park III Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Citizens Park III includes an open soccer/multi-purpose area, a full size soccar field, and batting back stops; open to public at no cost.
- Citizens Park IV Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Citizens Park IV includes (11-14) multi-purpose fields, picnic tables with umbrellas, andbenches throughout the park.
- City Hall Park VIEW DETAILS
The City Hall Park includes a playground, picnic tables, electrical hookups, and an asphalt parking lot for grills.
- City of Easley VIEW DETAILS
Doodle Trail: Pickens to Easley 8.5 miles
- City of Hanahan Recreation Center VIEW DETAILS
This is a pet-friendly area, which includes a playground, and picinic shelters.
- City of Newberry Parks, Recreation, and Tourism VIEW DETAILS
The PRT department maintains the City’s 100 acres of parks, implements youth and adult sports activities, has a Senior Adult program, plans the City’s special events, promotes the City’s tourism, manages the Newberry Firehouse Conference Center, and the Newberry Arts Center.
- City Park VIEW DETAILS
The City park includes two baseball fields and batting cages, tennis courts, basketball courts, a frisbee golf course, large payground, and picnic shelters available for rent.
- Cleveland Park VIEW DETAILS
This 126-acre park along the Reedy River features tennis and volleyball courts, softball fields, playground, fitness trail, and picnic shelters. Cleveland Park also contains the Rock Quarry Garden, the Fernwood Nature Trail, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the Greenville Zoo. The park includes picnic shelters, a lakeside promenade and amphitheater, an island gazebo, miniature train, spacious playground, walking trails, and a 3,400-square-foot Event Center. Facilities within the park are available to rent for the special occasions in your life such as family reunions, weddings, receptions, banquets, school parties, and birthday parties. The Event Center is also a great place for your business meetings and training sessions.
- Clinton Mill City Park VIEW DETAILS
Clinton Mill City Park includes a playground and picnic area.
- Clover Community Park VIEW DETAILS
Clover Community Park includes two lighted softball/baseball regulation fields with bleachers, 2 picnic shelters, playground, lighted & paved walking trail, 9-hole disk golf course, restrooms/concession building, & sixteen (16) lighted horseshoe courts.
- College Downs VIEW DETAILS
A basketball court, picnic shelter and playground are located on 8 acres.
- College Street Park VIEW DETAILS
The College Street Park includes a basketball court, and a baseball field.
- Colleton State Park VIEW DETAILS
A paddler��_��__s paradise, this Lowcountry park sits a short distance from I-95 and connects to Givhans Ferry State Park via 21 miles of blackwater river. Colleton State Park provides easy access to the Edisto River, one of the longest free flowing, blackwater rivers in the country, and serves as the headquarters for the Edisto River canoe and kayak trail.
- Collins Park VIEW DETAILS
Collins Park offers open play area, garden, historical markers, lighted gazebo with electricity, 4 large park swings and partially covered picnic areas.
- Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site VIEW DETAILS
Today, visitors to Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site can watch as archaeologists unearth the settlement€s history. Together with abundant historical records from colonial Charleston, the site is helping to paint a clearer picture of life in colonial South Carolina and the rest of the American South.
- Commerce Park VIEW DETAILS
Commerce Park is a smoke free facility which holds a variety of events, during which pets are not allowed.
- Conestee Park VIEW DETAILS
Conestee Park is for baseball and nature trails! The covered pavilion is one of Greenville Rec��_��__s premier event facilities, with a seating capacity for 200, restrooms, electrical power, 2 grills, and ample parking. A large playground and open green space are adjacent to the pavilion and the entrance to Lake Conestee Nature Park is just 100 yards away.
- Confederate Park VIEW DETAILS
Confederate Park is close to downtown Rock Hill and offers a variety of recreational features on its 10.5 acres. The park��_��__s large covered shelter is a popular location for group and community events.
- Congaree Heritage Preserve VIEW DETAILS
From the parking area, follow red and green trail markers on this winding, occasionally steep, and challenging loop trail through a dense wetland area. You will pass through mixed woods beneath dangling Spanish moss, make your way through tall, swampy grass, and balance atop dikes between murky backwaters. Benches at several points along the trail provide an opportunity to stop for a minute, and possibly observe wildlife including a variety of birds, alligators, large turtles, iridescent-indigo dragonflies, great blue heron, and snakes. During wet weather the trail may be impassible in places. Insect repellent is recommended, especially in warm weather, as well as water and first-aid supplies. Although the trail is located near some of Columbia€s larger industries, the area is quite isolated.
- Congaree National Park VIEW DETAILS
Astonishing biodiversity exists in Congaree National Park, the largest intact expanse of old growth bottomland hardwood forest remaining in the southeastern United States. Waters from the Congaree and Wateree Rivers sweep through the floodplain, carrying nutrients and sediments that nourish and rejuvenate this ecosystem and support the growth of national and state champion trees.
- Conifer Acres VIEW DETAILS
Conifer Acres includes a baseball field, soccer field, and tot lot.
- Cooper Park VIEW DETAILS
The Cooper Park includes a football field, baseball field, softball field, tennis courts, canteens, restrooms, playground, and community building.
- Copeland Park VIEW DETAILS
Copeland Park includes a lighted and unlighted baseball field.
- Corey Burns Park VIEW DETAILS
The Corey Burns Park includes several baseball fields.
- Corley Street Park VIEW DETAILS
The Corley Street Park includes a spray pool, playground, two picnic shelters with grills, and restrooms.
- Country Chase Fitness Park VIEW DETAILS
The Country Chase Fitness Park is located in the Country Chase neighborhood at 136 Catterick
Way. The park is also located adjacent to a section of the GHS Fountain Inn Swamp Rabbit
Trail. The fitness park is a great place to get a work out in while walking on the trail. The park
includes different equipment pieces to use for exercises like push-ups, pull-ups, box jumps,
dips, squats, balance planks, sit-up mats, and a lot more. There is also a picnic shelter to cool
off under after working up a sweat working out. The Country Chase Fitness Park has a parking
lot in front of it for easy access or can be accessed from the Hellams Street trail heads.
- Country Gardens Greenway Park VIEW DETAILS
The Country Gardens Greenway Park is located in the Country Gardens neighborhood at 605 Country Gardens Drive. The Greenway Park has a small playground at the start of the greenway that runs along Wilson Creek. The greenway has plenty of scenic settings with swings and benches for you to stop and enjoy nature.
- Cowpens National Battlefield VIEW DETAILS
Cowpens National Battlefield is a Revolutionary War battle site that commemorates the victory of Brigadier General Daniel Morgan over his dreaded foe, Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton, in the cause for American Independence. It was an important link in a chain of events that ultimately led to the defeat and surrender of the British commander Lord Earl Cornwallis at Yorktown, Virginia, in October 1781. The battlefield is a unit of the National Park System, a bureau of the United States Department of the Interior. The 845-acre park is open daily from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and closed New Year��_��__s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Washington’s Birthday, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. There is a Visitor Center, battlefield, trail, auto loop road around the perimeter of the battlefield, and a picnic area with a covered shelter.
- Crane Forest Park VIEW DETAILS
This.83 acre neighborhood park is nestled down the road from Forest Heights Elementary School on Blue Ridge Terrace. It contains a playground, full basketball court and a picnic area.
- Crescent Cities Recreational Park VIEW DETAILS
The Crescent Cities Recreational Park includes a playground, walking track, basketball courts, picnic shelters, and rest rooms.
- Croft State Park VIEW DETAILS
Once an army training base, Croft State Park covers more than 7,000 acres of rolling, wooded terrain just a few miles from downtown Spartanburg. The park offers 12 miles of biking and hiking trails, a playground, picnicking and camping, as well as fishing and boating in one of two lakes. Horseback riding in South Carolina state parks is widely popular, and Croft is known around the region for its equestrian facilities. The park regularly hosts shows in its arena and boasts more than 20 miles of equestrian trails.
- Crooked Creek Park VIEW DETAILS
Crooked Creek Park is a state-of-the-art recreation complex that opened in 1994 to serve the Chapin portion of the Irmo Chapin Recreation District. The park quickly became an integral part of the Chapin community and serves as a recreational and social hub for Chapin residents. Crooked Creek Park offers a wide variety of recreational, cultural, instructional and social activities, and hosts visitors of all ages throughout the day.
- Crosland Park Playground VIEW DETAILS
The Crosland Park Playground is a pet friendly area, which includes a playground, picnic tables, a basketball court, and walking track.
- Cypress Gardens VIEW DETAILS
You don€t have to travel far to experience the beauty and adventure of Berkeley County, South Carolina€s own Cypress Gardens! Beautiful Cypress Gardens has been a preferred group and family destination since 1931. Visitors from all over the country come to experience this unique and exciting attraction, which has been featured in numerous national magazines and popular television shows and motion pictures including The Notebook and The Patriot.
- D.B. Walker Park VIEW DETAILS
D.B. Walker Park is a pet friendly area which includes picnic shelters and grills, three basketball courts, play equipment, a walking track, 4 picinic shelters, however, no restroom.
- Darnell Park VIEW DETAILS
This park offers open play area, gazebo and picnic tables.
- Darwin Wright Park VIEW DETAILS
Darwin Wright Park is a pet friendly facility, which includes picnic shelters with tables & grills, playground equipment, a swimming area, fishing pier, and a nine-hole disc golf course.
- Dave Daniels Park VIEW DETAILS
The Dave Daniels Park includes a baseball field which is 310 feet deep and is used mostly for men’s softball with some baseball being played there too. Also at this park is a basketball court and a children’s playground.
- David Jackson Park VIEW DETAILS
The David Jason Park includes several baseball fields, a playground, and walking trail.
- Dennis High Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
Dennis High Memorial Park includes a playground and walking track.
- Devils Fork State Park VIEW DETAILS
The mountain spring-fed Lake Jocassee encompassed by the Jocassee Gorges, waterfalls accessible only by boat and some of the best South Carolina trout fishing are all part of the allure of Devils Fork State Park. The land around 7,500-acre Lake Jocassee remains mostly undeveloped and the only public access point to the lake is through Devils Fork. Four mountain streams and several waterfalls feed into the lake, making it cooler than others and a great South Carolina trout fishing spot. Plus, the unusually clear water of Lake Jocassee is a haven for scuba divers and swimmers. During the spring months, hikers on the two trails are treated to sightings of the endangered Oconee bell wildflower.
- Dew Park VIEW DETAILS
Located on Fairview Street, is a small neighborhood park with a playground and full basketball court.
- Diamond Head Park VIEW DETAILS
Diamond Head Park includes a gril, and a playground.
- Dillon Park VIEW DETAILS
Begin this winding, level, paved, fitness loop at the entrance sign near the parking area. You will circle playing fields, pass a golf course, and end at the picnic pavilion. You can also access a short, paved out-and-back spur trail that begins at the trail kiosk near the park entrance. You may see birds, snakes, and other wildlife as you pass through cool, shady woods and cross a footbridge over a winding creek. Restrooms and beverages are available at the picnic pavilion. Insect repellent is recommended in warm weather. Pets are permitted on a leash.
- Discovery Island Waterpark/Southside Park VIEW DETAILS
This part includes athletic fields, a shelter, a playground, tennis courts, and a waterpark.
- Dolly Cooper Park VIEW DETAILS
Dolly Cooper Park includes a variety of area fields and walking trails, which connects to the Saluda River.
- Donnelly Wildlife Management Area VIEW DETAILS
Donnelley WMA is named in honor of the late Gaylord Donnelley and his wife Dorothy for the contributions they made to the ACE Basin Project and conservation across the continent. The unique property is a cross section of the Lowcountry and encompasses a diversity of wetland and upland habitats including: managed rice fields, forested wetlands, tidal marshes, agricultural lands and a variety of upland types, including a natural stand of longleaf pine. The area has one designated nature trail and miles of dirt roads for hikers and bicyclists.
- Double Springs Playground VIEW DETAILS
Double Springs Playground is a kid-friendly play area.
- Douglas Reeves Community Park VIEW DETAILS
Douglas Reeves Community Park is a public tennis location located at 785 Augusta St, West Columbia, SC 29169. There are 2 public tennis courts available at this tennis facility. The tennis courts are not lighted. We have 3 active tennis friends presently listed at Douglas Reeves Community Park.
- Dr. Ronald E. McNair Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is located on East Main Street, is a tourist site that features a life-size bronze statue of Dr. McNair and a water feature that bears the gravesite of the fallen hero.
- Drawdy Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly facility which includes, three baseball fields, and a basketball court.
- Dreher Island State Recreation Area VIEW DETAILS
Dreher Island State Park spans three islands, 348 acres and provides access to 12 miles of Lake Murray shoreline. Visitors will find recreational water activities, nature trails and some of the best striped and large-mouth bass fishing spots, all only 30 miles from Columbia. It has long been a popular location and launching spot for major, national fishing tournaments.
- Duckworth-Tucker Sports Park VIEW DETAILS
This is a pet friendly facility which includes four baseball fields, and two field areas.
- Duncan St. Park VIEW DETAILS
The Duncan Street Park includes a picnic shelter, swings, basketball court.
- Earlewood Park VIEW DETAILS
Nestled in historic Earlewood Park just north of downtown Columbia, this new facility is the perfect venue for business gatherings and small social events. This 3,520 square foot building includes a banquet hall/meeting room space with eight and six foot tables and chairs. A kitchenette equipped with stainless steel appliances (refrigerator, warmer oven and ice maker) is included for convenience in handling food preparation and catering.
- East Moore Street Park VIEW DETAILS
A basketball court, sand volleyball court, playground and picnic shelter are offered on .8 acres.
- East River District Park VIEW DETAILS
The East Riverside Park includes athletic fields, sand volleyball, a playground, and a shelter.
- Eastover Park VIEW DETAILS
Eastover Park offers programs and services that nurtures and enriches the quality of life for persons of all ages and abilities. Children who participate benefit from a safe and structured environment. Adults who participate benefit from social and economic connections that unite the community. In the heart of the Eastover community, the recreation center includes includes a gym, game room, fitness room, classrooms, and kitchen; 2 lighted ballfields; two lighted outdoor basketball courts; football/soccer field; playground; and picnic facilities with shelter. Adjacent to the recreation center, is our new pool facility.
- Edisto Beach State Park VIEW DETAILS
Edisto Beach State Park is open. The beachfront day-use area, Live Oak Campground, cabins, education center and boat ramp have resumed regular operating hours. The oceanfront campground will remain closed while undergoing repairs and is expected to open in September 2017. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.
- Edisto Memorial Garden VIEW DETAILS
The Edisto Memorial Gardens displays past and current award-winning roses. Some 4,000 plants representing at least 75 labeled varieties of roses are always on display in the Gardens. The City of Orangeburg is affiliated with American Garden Rose Selections (AGRS) to grow and evaluate roses from the USA, Canada, and Europe. The test garden is used to select winning roses that grow under minimal care and reward the grower with beautiful roses. Winners from these trials are displayed in the main rose garden after the two year evaluation. The garden each year hosts the Orangeburg Festival of Roses the weekend prior to Mother’s Day. The Horne Wetlands Park in the gardens takes visitors over a 2,700-foot boardwalk for a close-up look at the plants and wildlife found in the wetlands of this area. The adjacent Arts Center maintains a gallery on its second floor.
- Edmund Park and Community Center VIEW DETAILS
The Edmund Park & Community Center includes tennis courts, basketball courts, a playground, community building, and picnic shelters.
- Ellis Ave Playground VIEW DETAILS
Ellis Avenue playground incldues a basketball court, and playground.
- Emily Douglas Park VIEW DETAILS
Emily Douglas Park is in the heart of Shandon. It is a bowl-shaped park; the many pine trees cast a lot of shade into the park. It has swings and three play sets. There is plenty of sand for digging and playing. There is a spray pool that is operated during the summer months. The park also features an amphitheater that the community fondly enjoys during the summer evening movies in the park. Emily Douglas Park’s neighborhood center offers programs such as summer camps. The indoor facility offers a large open space for multipurpose use. It is equipped with computers and Wi-Fi capabilities. The park is handicapped accessible.
- Equinox Park VIEW DETAILS
Equinox Park is a pet friendly area which includes picinic shelters, a field, and play equipment.
- Eric Fowler Park VIEW DETAILS
Eric Fowler Park includes a playground.
- Eustis Park VIEW DETAILS
The Eustis Park Playground is a pet friendly area which includes, playground, picnic shelters, tennis and basketball courts, and a walking track.
- Eutaw Springs Battle Field VIEW DETAILS
Here you can visit the site of the last important Revolutionary War battle fought in the Carolinas, which took place on September 8th, 1781. You can also get to the Palmetto Trail from here.
- Eutawville Park VIEW DETAILS
This small town park in Eutawville has a playground, a baseball diamond, and a meeting building. It is also a convenient parking area for the Palmetto Trail.
- Fairview Street Park VIEW DETAILS
The Fairview Street Park is located at 410 Fairview Street. The park usually gets crowded on a
sunny day when people come to play basketball on the full length basketball court. The park
also has a section of the GHS Fountain Inn Swamp Rabbit Trail that connects the back of
Fountain Inn Elementary to our Woodside Park.
- Falls Creek Falls VIEW DETAILS
This 125 foot waterfall is often overlooked. It is only 1.7 miles to the falls, but the trail ascents approximately 600 feet during this strenuous hike. But the view is worth the effort as this waterfall has a great deal of large flat ledges that makes this one of the finest waterfalls in the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area.
- Falls Park VIEW DETAILS
Far more than a nature lover’s paradise, Falls Park on the Reedy, located in downtown Greenville’s Historic West End, is one of Greenville’s greatest treasures. The park serves as an oasis within the city – a place where people gather to work, play and celebrate life. The multi-use facility lends itself to a wide variety of activities for people of all ages and interests.
- Feasterville Mini Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly area which includes a basketball court and a playground.
- Felton C. Belton Splash Park VIEW DETAILS
What better way to spend a hot summer day in South Carolina than with water and a few friends? At the Felton C. Benton Park, children can spend the dog days of summer staying cool in the always popular splash pool. ��_��__At the corner of Platt Springs and Lee is where you��_��__ll find me!��_��__ has been a popular saying amongst the children of Springdale for nearly three decades. This park has been providing quality recreation for all the children of Springdale since soon after the incorporation of the town in 1955.
- Fifth Street Park VIEW DETAILS
This park has a variety of playground equipment is available for children and picnic shelters, tables and barbeque grills are provided.
- Finlay Park VIEW DETAILS
Finlay Park is an oasis in the heart of downtown. You may have driven past it many times on Assembly St. and never knew it was there. It has been the venue of choice for a number of events from festivals and political rallies to road races and Easter sunrise services. Finlay has two playground areas, a man-made lake, waterfalls, a fountain, playing fields, a pergola with swings, and a snack bar that is open in the summer. This is one of the largest handicapped accessible parks in the country. The paved paths are also ideal for strollers. You can easily spend a whole day here with kids of any age. The park is situated between the streets of Assembly, Taylor, Gadsden and Laurel, and remains one of the treasures of Columbia. It is across the street from the Governor’s Mansion and has one of the most photographed views of downtown.
- Folly Beach County Park VIEW DETAILS
On the west end of the island, situated between the Atlantic Ocean and the Folly River, beachgoers will find Folly Beach County Park. Lifeguards are on duty seasonally along a beautiful beachfront designated swimming area. Skimmer Flats, a major Eastern Brown Pelican rookery, is visible at the west end of the park. Dogs are not permitted on the beach from 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. from May 1 through September 30. At all other times the dog must be on a leash. Visit their website for additional seasons and hours of operation.
- Forest Lake Park VIEW DETAILS
Forest Lake Park offers programs and services that enrich the quality of life for persons of all ages and abilities. Participants benefit from social recreation and outreach activities that connect multicultural groups and give a chance for social bonding with neighbors. Located in a quiet neighborhood near Forest Lake Elementary School, Forest Lake Park has many amenities available. The park features a gymnasium, game room, club room, arts & crafts room, kitchen, one Dixie Youth baseball field and two playgrounds.
- Fortune Springs Park VIEW DETAILS
This is a great scenic park in downtown Winnsboro with several walking paths, some picnic shelters, benches, a pond, and a fountain.
- Francis Biedler Forest Boardwalk VIEW DETAILS
Beidler Forest sits within the Four Holes Swamp, a 45,000-acre matrix of black water sloughs and lakes, shallow bottomland hardwoods, and deep bald cypress and tupelo gum flats. Four Holes Swamp is also a major tributary of the Edisto River, part of the Charleston area€s famous ACE basin. Over 17,000 of the swamp€s acres are owned by the National Audubon Society and make up what is known as the Francis Beidler Forest, which is less than an hour from Charleston and Columbia and located just north of I-26 outside the town of Harleyville, SC. It is easily accessed from either I-26 East or West, as well as I-95.
- Francis Marion National Forest VIEW DETAILS
Site of the battle between forces of British Col. Banastre Tarleton and Revolutionary Gen. Francis Marion, “The Swamp Fox.” Now this wildlife-rich 260,000-acre forest welcomes campers, hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders, kayakers, and picnickers. OHV opportunities are found at the Wambaw Cycle Trail. BUCK HALL RECREATION AREA – Day-use facilities includes trailhead parking, boaters, fishermen, picnickers and any other non-camping use in the area.
- Friarsgate Park VIEW DETAILS
Friarsgate Park offers programs and services that enrich the quality of life for persons of all ages and abilities. Participants benefit from recreation leisure activities designed to improve the health and wellness of the whole family. Friarsgate Park is home to the 2012 State Champions, Irmo Little League and covers almost 20 acres in the Friarsgate community. Check out the newly renovated center, gymnasium, classrooms, kitchen, two racquetball courts, baseball, football and soccer fields; a playground and picnic shelter.
- Friendhelm Park VIEW DETAILS
This 4.2 acre park offers a lighted basketball court, picnic shelter, play field, playground, lighted ball field, .4 mile trail and a sand volleyball court.
- Friendship Community Park VIEW DETAILS
This park includes two baseball/softball practice fields, lighted, and a picnic area with shelter.
- Fuller Park VIEW DETAILS
Fuller Park has 2 outdoor basketball courts, 9 hole disc golf course, a large picnic shelter, 9 picnic tables, 4 grills, a walking track wetlands and large open play area.
- Gadsden Park VIEW DETAILS
Gadsden Park has a new community building under construction. When complete, the 2000-square foot building will feature two meeting/conference rooms and restrooms. The park will offer many new facilities including 2 new lighted tennis courts, picnic shelter, playground system, lighted and fenced softball field, paved walking trail, and a two-story observation tower/concession stand. In addition, lights have been added to the existing Little League baseball field and basketball courts.
- Garden Street Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly facility which includes a baseball field.
- Garners Ferry Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
RCRC��_��__s only sports complex spans over 41 acres, just off of Garners Ferry Road. Just a few minutes from I-77, this is complex has a picnic shelter, playground, outdoor restrooms and several multi-use fields. Many of our local community leagues use the complex for football and soccer games and tournaments.
- Gary L. Pittman Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
The Gary L. Pittman Memorial Park includes a playground, tournament facility, soccer fields, and a walking trail.
- Gaston Ball Park VIEW DETAILS
The Gaston Ball Park includes a baseball field, canteen, restrooms, a playground, and community building.
- Gateway Park VIEW DETAILS
Gateway Park was the original location of Travelers Rest High School in the 1950s. The football field has seen over 3 generations of players at this same location and continues to offer programming for football and baseball leagues in Northern Greenville County. The High School relocated to Wilhelm Winters Road in the late 1990s and now the area is owned by Greenville Rec and used exclusively for recreation. Along with the baseball and football field, a basketball court, tennis courts, a picnic area and a playground offer several active and fun opportunities at Gateway. Mountain Biking trails are the newest addition to Gateway��_��__s unused open space. The Bike Skills park offers a progressive trail system with elements for children, newcomers, teenagers, and expert riders.
- Gatlin Park VIEW DETAILS
The Gatlin Park includes a playground and natural stream.
- Georgia Street Park VIEW DETAILS
Georgia Street Park is a favorite among the Fountain Inn residents. It is located at 104 Georgia
Street right off of N. Main Street. The park includes a playground, basketball court, gazebo, and
a unique “tricycle / scooter” track around the park. The track and basketball court is where
many young kids come to learn to ride their bikes without training wheels. The track includes
road signs, parking places, and two imagination stations for kids to enjoy.
- Gibson Pond Park VIEW DETAILS
The Gibson Pond Park includes a picnic shelter, pond with fishing, walking track, and restrooms.
- Gilbert Community Park VIEW DETAILS
The Gilbert Community Park includes an ampitheater and covered picnic areas.
- Gilbert-Summit Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Gilbert-Sumit Sports Complex includes a football field, baseball field, softball field, soccer, tennis, basketball court, and restrooms.
- Givhans Ferry State Park VIEW DETAILS
The Edisto is the longest free-flowing, blackwater river in North America, and glimpses of it can be seen from the bluffs outside the rustic, Givhans Ferry State Park cabins, as well as from the back porch of Riverfront Hall, a group gathering facility. A shaded campground, nature trail and picnic shelters are also available at the park. Enjoy Edisto River kayaking and canoeing, trails, fishing and more at Givhans Ferry State Park. Cabins and campsites are available_reserve yours today.
- Glencairn Garden VIEW DETAILS
Glencairn Garden��_��__s beautifully landscaped lawns and walkways have made it a popular attraction among residents and visitors to Rock Hill for many years. What started as the backyard garden of David & Hazel Bigger in 1928 is now an 11 acre paradise located in the heart of Rock Hill . . . and it continues to grow. The Garden boasts a variety of blooms year round. Azaleas, dogwoods, wisteria, camellias, and hardwood trees are just a few of the treasures awaiting visitors as they stroll the grounds. Although it varies somewhat each year, the peak blooming season is typically during late March/early April. The Garden was the original inspiration for Rock Hill��_��__s annual Come-See-Me Festival which has become a 10-day event held each spring at Glencairn Garden and other Rock Hill sites.
- Glenwood Park VIEW DETAILS
The Glenwood Park includes picnic areas, playgrounds, and grills.
- Goodale State Park VIEW DETAILS
Tall cypress trees that enchant the eye, a Civil War-era mill pond that abounds with wildlife, some of the best kayaking in South Carolina and a one and a half mile, sandy nature trail waiting to be explored can all be found at Goodale State Park. Goodale is sure to please those who love wilderness canoe trips and kayaking in South Carolina, as paddling is one of the park€s main attractions. A little-known paddling trail winds for three miles through cypress trees and aquatic plants and is perfect for wilderness canoe trips taken not so far from the city. A longtime community favorite, Goodale additionally offers shoreline fishing and picnicking.
- Gower Estates Park VIEW DETAILS
This park features lighted softball fields, basketball courts, tennis/pickleball courts, playgrounds, picnic shelters, a horseshoe pit, a 9-hole disc golf course, a one-mile paved walking trail and an M60 Army tank. The park includes five picnic shelters that are available for reservation.
- Grace Street Dog Park VIEW DETAILS
Imagine a safe, comfortable, and exciting park for dogs and their owners to enjoy quality time together. Funded solely from private donations, the Dog Park is located at 112 Merrywood Drive. For Dog Park Rules click here. Sponsorship opportunities are available for individuals or organizations that would like to dedicate a bench or picnic table to the park. Dog Park patrons can also recognize a beloved pet with the purchase of an engraved brick.
- Grammar School Park VIEW DETAILS
The Grammar School Park includes a playground and walking track.
- Granby Gardens VIEW DETAILS
Granby Gardens offers great scenery for a nice afternoon or noontime walk on the nature trail, outdoor recreation, grills, picnic areas, and playgrounds for kids to enjoy. Granby Gardens is located near the Cayce Historical Museum.
- Greeley Park VIEW DETAILS
Greeley Park is a pet friendly facility, which includes picnic shelters & grills, play equipment and a basketball court.
- Green Street Park VIEW DETAILS
Green Street Park includes a basketball court, and benches.
- Greentown Neighborhood Park VIEW DETAILS
Greentown Park is a small tree-shaded park in a residential area.
- Greenview Park VIEW DETAILS
Greenview Park is a multi sport complex that offers recreational amenities inside and outside of the park. The park consists of multiple ball fields, 9-court tennis facility, outdoor swimming pool, walking trail, playground area and a picnic shelter. Indoor amenities consists of a game room, multiple meeting rooms that include a ceramics room, computer room, teen room, three meeting rooms, full size kitchen, fitness room and a gymnasium that seats 299 persons.
- Greenville Tech Northwest Park VIEW DETAILS
The Greenville Tech Northwest Park includes a playground, 5 baseball fields, a soccer field, and arena field.
- Greenwood Athletic Park VIEW DETAILS
This park includes play equipment, seven baseball fields, and restrooms.
- Greenwood City Garden VIEW DETAILS
Located at 510 West Cambridge Avenue, this 1 acre green space in the City of Greenwood boasts a quaint gazebo that is the perfect place for small gatherings or relaxation.
- Greer City Park VIEW DETAILS
The Greer City Park includes a playground, walking paths, large meadows, a water fountain, and restrooms.
- Guignard Park VIEW DETAILS
This wooded park, located in the heart of Cayce, provides a relaxing getaway for adults and children. Visitors will find a stream running through the middle of the park, picnic tables and a play area.
- Gyles Park VIEW DETAILS
Come to Gyles Park in Aiken to relax and learn all about the Charleston and Hamburg Railroad. Two old railroad passenger cars and a caboose are undergoing restoration here. A replica of the Aiken Depot, which existed from 1899 to 1954, has now opened. It contains a visitors’ center and a museum with dioramas depicting what was once the longest railroad in the world.
- Halleywood Park VIEW DETAILS
The Halleywood Park includes a baseball field, tennis courts, and picnic shelters.
- Hamilton Branch State Park VIEW DETAILS
Located in Plum Branch, South Carolina, Hamilton Branch State Park occupies a peninsula on the 70,000-acre Lake Thurmond. Thanks to activities such as fishing, boating and lakefront camping, the park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts looking to spend time on the water. Campers can reserve one of more than 150 spacious, lakefront camping sites, an ideal spot for shoreline fishing. Anglers looking for deeper waters can access the lake via two private boat ramps and fish for bass, bream, striper, catfish or crappie. Off the water, Hamilton Branch provides group picnic shelters and a short bike trail that serves as a connector to the 12-mile Stevens Creek Bike Trail.
- Hammond/Williams Park VIEW DETAILS
The Hammond/Williams Park is a pet friendly area, which includes a playground, benches, and grills.
- Hampton Park VIEW DETAILS
Hampton Park is one of the City of Charleston’s largest parks. It boasts the most extensive floral displays of any park in the city. An old rose collection and seasonal displays are planted by the staff and volunteers caring for the park. This neighborhood park has a rich history recently documented through a project of the Charleston Horticultural Society, an audio walking tour called Layers of the Landscape. This park is home to many activities year round. Weddings, family reunions and many Frisbee games are but a few of the diverse activites seen in this park. The physical fitness trail is a popular spot for The Citadel students who live next door to the park. The park is an arboretum of sorts with many interesting species of trees and shrubs that grow in the Lowcountry. It is one of the few City of Charleston parks with restrooms and on-site parking.
- Hampton Park VIEW DETAILS
Hampton Park is located in the Brandon Acres and Cedar Terrace communities located off Garners Ferry Road and West of Interstate I-77. The park has a pond,
two tennis courts, youth baseball field, full size basketball court and a spray pool. The facility has a sun porch for a relaxing outdoor experience
with lots of shade and no flying insects.
- Hampton Plantation State Historic Site VIEW DETAILS
Tucked away among live oaks and magnolias in the Santee Delta region, Hampton Plantation State Historic Site is home to the remote, final remnants of a colonial-era rice plantation. The plantation€s Georgian-style mansion and well-kept grounds serve as an interpretive site for the system of slavery that helped build such plantations in South Carolina into the greatest generators of wealth in early American history. Visit their website for additional hours of operation.
- Hanna Playfield VIEW DETAILS
Hanna Playfield is a joint-use facility which includes a playground and track.
- Harbison State Forest VIEW DETAILS
Harbison Environmental Education Forest has 18 miles of trails designed for walking, jogging, hiking and bicycling that range from moderately easy to difficult. A canoe landing located near the Broad River provides access for kayaks and canoes as a put in or take out from the river.
- Hargett Park VIEW DETAILS
Hargett Park€€_s 19.7 acres offer ballfields, a playground, a memorial courtyard and other features on Deas Street, just across from Cherry Park. In addition to providing a playground and picnic areas for daily use, the park is a hub of activity for PRT€€_s youth sports programs and for local, regional and national softball/ baseball tournaments.
- Harmon Park VIEW DETAILS
Harmon Park is a nature site.
- Harris Street Park VIEW DETAILS
Harris Street Park is a 10 acre park located in the Harris Street neighborhood between Jackson Street and Yorktowne Street. It includes a picnic shelter, grills, children’s play equipment, one lighted basketball court, a lighted baseball field, one gazebo with picnic table, and restroom facilities.
- Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve VIEW DETAILS
The Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve offers group tours, it is a great place to get exercise while you enjoy the beauty of the garden. Pets are not allowed.
- Heathwood Park VIEW DETAILS
Heathwood Park is in the Heathwood neighborhood, on Abelia Rd. close to Beltline. Heathwood Park has a neighborhood center, tennis court, handball court, picnic shelter and a spray pool. The play equipment is great, not only is there your typical climbing structures and swings, but also sand digging toys, small spin-around ride-ons and springy seesaws. Off-street parking, water, and restrooms are available.
- Hedgepeth Ballfield VIEW DETAILS
The Hedgepeth Ballfield includes general facilities.
- Henry C Moore Park (Spires Gym) VIEW DETAILS
The Henry C More Park (Spires Gym) includes tennis courts, baseball fields, and a gymnasium.
- Herdklotz Park VIEW DETAILS
This beautiful park offers panoramic views of the downtown Greenville skyline and nearby Paris Mountain. The popular playgrounds and walking trails support playing fields that make you feel like you are a pro! This is a popular spot for picnics and get-togethers so secure a shelter rental today.
- Heritage Park VIEW DETAILS
The Heritage Park includes six baseball fields, and two playgrounds.
- Heron Harbor VIEW DETAILS
Heron Harbor includes a playground, and chairs.
- Hickory Knob State Resort Park VIEW DETAILS
Along the rolling, wooded shoreline of the 71,000-acre Strom Thurmond Reservoir, sits Hickory Knob, a full-service, lakeside South Carolina golf resort and remote state park all rolled into one. Tucked away in a serene, remote location, the parks many amenities and recreational opportunities are a pleasant surprise for many. Hickory Knob operates an 18-hole championship golf course, full-service restaurant, skeet shooting, boat ramp, archery range, meeting facilities and more than 70 lodge-style rooms. This South Carolina golf resort is an ideal location for a family getaway, reunion or a business meeting or retreat. For those seeking a more outdoorsy stay at the park, a campground is available on the banks of the Strom Thurmond Reservoir, as well as one of the area��_��__s most popular biking trails.
- Highland Park/Grove Park VIEW DETAILS
This 3 acre park offers a playground, basketball court, and 8 horseshoe courts. Construction on 6 shuffleboard courts is underway.
- Hilton Recreation Area VIEW DETAILS
The Hilton Recreation Area includes a two lane boat ramp, a courtesy dock, fishing pier, restrooms, a picnic area, and paved parking for approx. 30 vehicle/trailers and 8 parking spaces for cars.
- Historic Tree Trail VIEW DETAILS
Beginning at Parking Area 4, this unique, easy walking, hiking only trail, guides you through a grove of special trees rooted in American history. You will pass the direct descendents of historic trees-such as one that went to the moon, and another that was planted by a famous president. Displays explain the significance of the trees and identify where the parent trees are located. Benches on the trail provide a place for you to rest and contemplate these live relics of American history. Water and restrooms are available at the gazebo area and the Environmental Education Center. Pets are permitted on leashes.
- Hollow Creek Park VIEW DETAILS
Hollow Creek Park includes tennis courts, basketball courts, a playground, and picnic shelter.
- Holmes Park VIEW DETAILS
The Holmes Park includes a lighted softball field, basketball court, playground, a 9-hole disc golf course, and a picnic shelter.
- Hopelands Gardens VIEW DETAILS
Bequeathed to the City of Aiken by Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin, this 14 acre estate was opened in 1969 as a public garden. Radiating throughout the gardens is a network of paths shaded under 100 year old live oaks. It is believed that Mrs. Iselin planted the deodar cedars and live oaks which still grace Hopelands Gardens today. The lazy curves of the paths and garden borders lead visitors throughout a wonderful variety of experiences sure to please visitors of all ages..
- Hopkins Park VIEW DETAILS
Have fun at Hopkins Park! There is always something fun going on at this community park. From summer camps, swimming pools, softball, baseball and football games, kids and families are always enjoying the recreation center. Parents and grandparents can also enjoy the near by Hopkins Park Adult Activity Center.
- Horeb-Glenn Mini Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly facility which includes a basketball court, and playground.
- Horne Wetlands Park VIEW DETAILS
The Horne Wetlands Park takes visitors over a 2,700-foot boardwalk for a closeup look at the plants and wildlife found in the wetlands of this area.
- Howard Park Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
Howard Park Sports Complex includes a football filed, baseball field, canteens, restrooms, and a walking trail.
- Huckle Grove VIEW DETAILS
Huckle Grove is an historic tree park located in downtown Rock Hill. This one acre pedestrian park offers visitors a unique look into our country’s past. Many of the trees in the park were cultivated from trees which witnessed historic events in the founding of our country. Each tree has its own story to tell. The park was dedicated in 1991 and was named for A. W. Huckle. An endowment from A. W. Huckle in the 1960��_��__s established funds that began the City of Rock Hill��_��__s urban forestry program. Most of the historic trees in Huckle Grove were received by the City in 1987 as a grant from the American Forestry Association. Bricks in the walkways that wind through the park acknowledge the names of park supporters. Educational tours for school groups are available by contacting Hope Matthews at 803-329-5122. Markers in the park provide information about the trees and their historical significance. There is no admission fee for the general use of the park.
- Hunting Island State Park VIEW DETAILS
Hunting Island is South Carolina€s single most popular state park, attracting more than a million visitors a year, as well as a vast array of land and marine wildlife. Five miles of pristine South Carolina beaches, thousands of acres of marsh and maritime forest, a saltwater lagoon and ocean inlet are all part of the park€s natural allure.
- Huntington Beach State Park VIEW DETAILS
A sweeping Grand Strand beach, pristine and wide open, stands as one of the most recognizable South Carolina landmarks. Revel in sea-breeze camping, the finest surf fishing South Carolina has to offer and some of the top bird-watching on the East Coast. That€s not all Huntington Beach State Park has to offer. here are also South Carolina landmarks such as Atalaya, the picturesque, Moorish-style winter home of Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington, philanthropist and sculptor, respectively, who left the park and adjacent Brookgreen Gardens as their legacy. Nature lovers also will enjoy the park€s wide variety of programming, including the chance to see loggerhead turtles and other endangered plant and animal species up close. The park€s freshwater lake is a sure-fire place to see alligators and sometimes even a mink or two.
- Hurricane Springs Park VIEW DETAILS
Hurricane Springs Park includes several baseball fields, an area field, and four tennis courts.
- Hyatt Park VIEW DETAILS
Hyatt Park is across the street from the Eau Claire Town hall. Hyatt Park has grassy areas, picnic tables, a small stream, baseball diamonds, and a community center with a gymnasium. The community center offers access to computers with Internet access.
- Idalia Park VIEW DETAILS
The Idalia Park includes a playground, and picnic area.
- Idlewild Park VIEW DETAILS
The Idlewild Community Park includes one baseball field, a picnic shelter, basketball court, and a playground.
- Indian Bluff Recreation Area VIEW DETAILS
Indian Bluff Park is a great place to go for a picnic or to spend a nice relaxing afternoon on the shores of Lake Marion. In addition to some great views of the lake, you will find a boat ramp, a fishing pier, and a short boardwalk through the woods with many Cypress trees. This park is also known as the €Indian Bluff Recreation Area€ and is maintained by the County of Orangeburg.
- Iola Jones Park VIEW DETAILS
7.5 acres at 800 Oakland Avenue (Oakland and Maxwell Streets) offers 4 basketball goals, a baseball/softball practice field, a playground and a quarter-mile walking track.
- Isle of Palms County Park VIEW DETAILS
Isle of Palms County Park was developed by the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission in 1996 in response to public demand for improved beach access in the East Cooper area. The park is operated for the enjoyment of the citizens and visitors of Charleston County. Isle of Palms County Park offers beautiful ocean frontage with lifeguards on duty seasonally along a beachfront designated swimming area. Dogs must be leashed at all times. Visit their website for additional seasons and hours of operation.
- Iva Town Park VIEW DETAILS
The park will be developed at the former East Lake Street Park, alongside the new 150,000 gallon water tank. Town officials are currently seeking grants and other sources of funding to plan and develope the park. Playground equipment, park benches, picnic tables and landscaping are all part of the proposal.
- J. C. Ball Park VIEW DETAILS
The J.C. Ball Park is open year round which is a pet friendly facility, which includes a playground.
- J.D. Rook Park VIEW DETAILS
J.D. Rook Field includes a baseball/softball field with restrooms.
- Jack Phillips Park VIEW DETAILS
This park offers a wooded setting for picnics. Several benches and picnic tables are available to use.
- James Island County Park VIEW DETAILS
We invite you to enjoy the natural beauty of James Island County Park, with year-round fun for the entire family. Admission allows you to enjoy grassy open meadows, saltwater fishing* and crabbing, a spray play fountain (open seasonally), miles of paved trails for walking, biking, and skating, picnic spots with tables and grills, dog park, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, and more. Visit their website for additional seasons and hours of operation.
- Jefferson Field VIEW DETAILS
Jefferson Field includes a large grassy field with a playground.
- Jennings Court VIEW DETAILS
Jennings Court includes a basetball court, and a playground.
- Jerry Blackwell Sports Complex at Gahagan Park VIEW DETAILS
Jerry Blackwell Sports Complex at Gahagan Park is located at 515 West Boundary Street. The sports complex has six baseball/softball fields and a football field, and plays host to numerous baseball/softball tournaments throughout the year. The complex is also home to the Town’s adult softball leagues, the Summerville Girls’ Softball League, the Sertoma Youth Football League, and the newly formed Summerville Cricket Club. Other amenities include the incredibly popular Plantation Playground (a wooden, community-built, children’s playground), two bronze sculptures, and two picnic shelters with tables.
- Joe Miller Park VIEW DETAILS
Joe Miller Park, located at the juncture of Harlin Street and Highway 6, is a recreational park that offers something for every visitor. Enjoy a tennis match on our lighted courts or a brisk walk on our walking trail, or relax on a swing under our beautiful gazebo.
- Jones Gap State Park VIEW DETAILS
Visitors can find the unforgettable peace and repose of a deep mountain cove at Jones Gap State Park. Trails and 13,000 acres of pristine mountain woodlands join the park with Caesars Head in what is known as the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area. The Jones Gap State Park trails allow hikers to traverse between the two parks, as well as connect to a portion of the Foothills Trail and Palmetto Trail South Carolina hikers know and love. When it comes to angling-especially trout fishing-South Carolina really shines. The state��_��__s first designated scenic river, the Middle Saluda River, runs through Jones Gap and offers some of the best trout fishing South Carolina has to offer_and the trout fishing in South Carolina is quite good. The park also features a living lab for the park��_��__s hand-on ecology learning center.
- Jordan Memorial Boat Ramp VIEW DETAILS
The Jordan Memorial Boat Ramp is located at the west end of Rosewood Drive where experienced boaters will enjoy free, safe and easy access to fishing and boating pleasures on one of Richland County��_��__s more challenging waterways on the Congaree River. The area offers a large ramp that will allow multiple boats, a fishing dock, a picnic area and plenty of parking. Many canoes and kayaks put in here for a float down to the Cayce landing about 4 miles away. The ramp is named in honor of Barnie A. Jordan, Jr., a local angler and navigator who loved the Congaree River.
- Josh and Ella Savage Park VIEW DETAILS
The Josh and Ella Savage Park includes a playground, basketball courts, and a picnic area.
- Juanita Butler Community Park VIEW DETAILS
The Juanita Butler Community Park includes a baseball field, playground, basketball court, and picnic shelter.
- Jungle Road Park VIEW DETAILS
Jungle Road Park is located on Jungle Road across from the Bi-Lo. This is a passive interpretive park. Parking is located across the street from the park.
- Kalmia Hill Park VIEW DETAILS
The Kalmia Hill Park is a pet friendly area which includes, playground, tennis and basketball courts, picnic shelters, and a walking track`.
- Kelly Mill Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Kelly Mill Sports Complex is a new 35 acre sports complex to include 4 baseball fields, a multipurpose field, one central two-story concessions building with pressboxes and restrooms, a walking trail (approximately _ mile), irrigation, a custom playground system with rubberized fall surface, a maintenance building, lighted paved parking, and a batting warm-up area with cages.
- Kendall Park VIEW DETAILS
Kendall Park includes a 1/2 mile walking trail. The lake has a small (non-motorized) boat ramp.
- Kennedy Colony Playground VIEW DETAILS
The Kennedy Colony Playground is a pet friendly area, which includes a playground, basketball court, and benches.
- Kennedy Park VIEW DETAILS
Located on Elm Street, consists of one baseball field, basketball courts, a playground area, concession building and a picnic shelter.
- Keowee-Toxaway State Park VIEW DETAILS
Withsome of the most stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains South Carolina has to offer, Keowee-Toxaway State Park is truly one of South Carolina��_��__s pretty places. The Jocassee Gorges Visitor Center exhibits and information serve as a gateway to the Jocassee Gorges. Two hiking trails in the park take visitors over a natural bridge and through the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains, land once traveled by Cherokee Indians. A short, half-mile trail leads to Lake Keowee where guests can enjoy fishing for bass, bream, crappie and catfish. If Lake Keowee camping isn��_��__t quite right for you, a three-bedroom rental cabin offers creature comforts with a scenic overlook of Lake Keowee and a private boat dock. For guests looking for a more primitive overnight stay, a short distance from Lake Keowee, camping sites with water and electrical hookups are available.
- Kershaw County-West Complex VIEW DETAILS
Kershaw County-West Complex includes four tennis courts, three soccer fields, four lighted baseball fields, a walking track and restrooms.
- Kiawah Beachwalker Park VIEW DETAILS
Kiawah Beachwalker Park, located on the west end of Kiawah Island, offers ocean frontage and a river view, along with the only public beach access on beautiful Kiawah Island. The park is operated through a cooperative agreement between Kiawah Development Partners, Charleston County Council, and the Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission. Lifeguards are on duty seasonally along a beachfront designated swimming area. Visit their website for additional seasons and hours of operation.
- Kid Venture VIEW DETAILS
Kid Venture playground was built for the children of Anderson County through a volunteer organization, “Community Partners At Play,” that raised money for the construction. The playground’s design was created using ideas taken from local children during pre-construction community meetings with a design engineer. Anderson County donated space for the large wooden playground on an acre of land at the Anderson Sports & Entertainment Center. Once the construction funds were realized and the concept was completed, community volunteers came together to build the structure. The playground is maintained by the Anderson Sports & Entertainment Center, and other Anderson County departments.
- Kids Planet at Century Park VIEW DETAILS
Nestled in Century Park between Hwy. 14 and Buncombe Road, Kids Planet is a wonderful recreation spot for all ages. It has two awesome playstructures, surrounded by wooden picnic areas, pavillions and a paved walking track. It was built through a huge outpouring of love by the community of Greer for the children of Greer and the Upstate.
- Kilkenny Park VIEW DETAILS
Kilkenny Park is our newest park. There are 8 picnic tables, several are ADA accessible. There are also 4 grills and 3 benches. Fishing is accessible from this park as well. Kilkenny sits at the corner of Wellington and Jackson on the lake.
- Killian Park VIEW DETAILS
Killian Park offers programs and services that enrich the quality of life for persons of all ages and abilities. Participants benefit from the provision of equal access to diverse program opportunities. We celebrate cultural awareness and connect groups from all strata of our community. Killian Park is located in a ideal spot, between Farrow Road near I-77 and Wilson Road in Blythewood. The park is home to many of our adult softball leagues and many classes. The park has a gymnasium, two meeting rooms, one Dixie Youth baseball field, one lighted softball field; outdoor basketball court; playground; and picnic facility with shelter.
- Kinard Park VIEW DETAILS
The Town of Hampton has two Little League baseball fields located at Kinard Park. One field is named after Melvin Shipes who worked with the little league program for many years. This field is used for T-Ball. The other field is used for boys up to age 12. Also at the Kinard Park is a three court tennis complex and a basketball court.
- Kings Mountain National Military Park VIEW DETAILS
Welcome to Kings Mountain National Military Park! Did you know Kings Mountain National Military Park is not a Civil War park? Did you know that most battles/skirmishes of the Revolutionary War took place in South Carolina? If not, then welcome to Kings Mountain National Military Park, the ��_��__turning point��_��__ of the Revolutionary War in the South, where on October 7, 1780, an hour-long battle changed the course of the Revolutionary War. By exploring our Visitor Center, which includes a 26-minute film, exhibit area and 1.5 mile battlefield trail, you will learn why the battle occurred, who the Overmountain men were and how the outcome of the battle helped to change the course of the Revolutionary War.
- Kings Mountain State Park VIEW DETAILS
The Piedmont€s Kings Mountain State Park has miles of forested trails perfect for supreme Kings Mountain hiking, two fishing lakes, and sits adjacent to Kings Mountain National Military Park, , one of many national park Revolutionary War sites. Local crowds flock to the park during regularly scheduled special events, especially every November when living history demonstrations are held at the park€s replica 1800s Piedmont farm. For those who want to stay overnight at Kings Mountain, campground accommodations_including equestrian facilities_are available at the Kings Mountain campground, with easy access to Kings Mountain hiking, fishing and more.
- Kirkwood Park VIEW DETAILS
Kirkwood Park includes playground equipment, a concession building, bleachers, a baseball field, and a basketball court.
- Kiwanis Park VIEW DETAILS
The Kiwanis Park includes a playground, basketball court, and athletic field.
- Knights Hill Park VIEW DETAILS
Knights Hill Park includes one unlighted ball park, one basketball court, and a playground.
- Koala Park VIEW DETAILS
The Koala Park includes chairs, a gazebo, and playground.
- Lake Conestee Nature Park VIEW DETAILS
Lake Conestee Nature Park consists of approximately 400 acres of beautiful natural habitat on the Reedy River just 6 miles south of downtown Greenville, South Carolina. The park contains both hardwood and evergreen forest, extensive wetlands, 3 miles of the Reedy River, and a rich diversity of wildlife habitat. Deer, raccoon, beaver, fox, river otter, and various small mammals inhabit the park, along with numerous species of reptiles and amphibians. Over 200 bird species have been reported by the Greenville County Bird Club. The park has been designated as an Important Bird Area of Global Significance by the National Audubon Society.
- Lake Greenview Park VIEW DETAILS
Lake Greenview Park is a nice scenic spot in the West Greenview Acres neighborhood of Goose Creek. Come here to relax, play, have a picnic, or take a walk around the small lake. Walking paths, some of which are paved, lead around the park in many directions. Some unusual playground equipment here will keep kids entertained.
- Lake Greenwood State Park VIEW DETAILS
Lake Greenwood State Park is known locally as the host site for the South Carolina Festival of Flowers Triathlon held each June. In addition to hosting the annual triathlon, the park provides year-round opportunities for excellent South Carolina bass fishing, boating, and offers shoreline campsites and nature trails. The park was one of 16 built by the CCC and many of the original structures built by the work teams remain standing as fine examples of classic CCC architecture. The history and contributions to all South Carolina State Parks are commemorated in an interactive exhibit at the CCC Museum in the Drummond Center.
- Lake Hartwell State Park VIEW DETAILS
ust off of I-85, at the South Carolina-Georgia border, you€ll find Lake Hartwell State Park. Thanks to 56,000-acre Lake Hartwell, fishing in this area is renowned by anglers across the state. The lake is inhabited by striped and hybrid bass, largemouth, crappie, bream and catfish. Besides the superb Lake Hartwell fishing, the park offers a basketball court, publicly accessible boat ramp and hiking. Every type of camping enthusiast will find a site that suits their needs for camping on Lake Hartwell. The park is the only in the state to offer the unique, single room camper cabins, which offer guests without camping gear an opportunity to experience the feel of camping on Lake Hartwell.
- Lake Monticello Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly facility which includes a baseball field, basketball and tennis court, walking trails, picnic tables, and a playground.
- Lake Rabon Park VIEW DETAILS
Lake Rabon Park is operated by the Laurens County Water and Sewer Commission and provides plenty of outdoor recreation activities. The park provides a boat ramp, fishing, pier, playground and picnic shelters. The park also offers a variety of trails��_��__a paved walking path, paved and dirt nature trails, as well as a boardwalk/bridge. Lake Rabon Park is perfect for a day of leisurely outdoor recreation for the entire family!
- Lake Warren State Park VIEW DETAILS
Nestled in Lowcountry South Carolina, Lake Warren State Park provides plenty of amenities for a day spent outdoors. The Hampton County park boasts a floodplain forest and other large tracts of wetlands and woodlands that are home to a wide variety of plants and animals. Find prime South Carolina freshwater fishing and boating on 200-acre Lake Warren. The park also has a two-acre fishing pond for more great South Carolina freshwater fishing, two nature trails, picnic facilities, playground equipment and all the setting needed for an ideal day at the park in the Lowcountry South Carolina��_��__s woodlands.
- Lake Wateree State Park VIEW DETAILS
Lake Wateree fishing and boating can meet the needs of anyone looking for fun on South Carolina lakes. Numerous Lake Wateree fishing tournaments are hosted here every year, and the park provides a publicly accessible boat ramp, tackle shop and a refueling dock. An ample number of Lake Wateree camping sites with water and electrical hookups are available. Many Lake Wateree camping sites can also accommodate large RVs. Although the lake serves as the focal point for Wateree, other day use activities are available including picnicking and a short, wooded nature trail.
- Landsford Canal State Park VIEW DETAILS
Stretched along the Catawba River on the South Carolina fall line, Landsford Canal State Park is home to the well-preserved remains of the canal system that made the river commercially navigable from 1820 to 1835. The Catawba River is home to the largest known stand of the rocky shoals spider lilly, a flower species found predominantly in the Southeast. Peak bloom season for the rocky shoals spider lily is during May and June. Favorite activities in this Piedmont park include picnicking, nature watching and studying the canal structures. Fishing is permitted along the Catawba River, and a paddling trail runs through the park for canoes and kayaks.
- Langford Park VIEW DETAILS
Langford Park includes one baseball field, a basketball court, and bathrooms.
- Larry Doby Complex VIEW DETAILS
Larry Doby Complex includes four lighted softball fields, seven soccer fields, a playground, concession stands and restrooms, and four tee-leauge fields.
- Laurens Ampitheater VIEW DETAILS
Located at 420 Gordon Street, the Laurens Amphitheater is a great setting for concerts, weddings, church gatherings and much, much more. Home of concerts such as Laurens Idol, The Riverfront Freedom Festival, The Summer Concert Series and even National artists such as Justin Moore, Tracy Lawrence and Hootie and The Blowfish. During the year several weddings are hosted at this beautiful river setting as well as being the home for events such as the Little River Bridge Run and the March of Dimes Walk for Babies. One of the largest single events each year is the Boo in the Park Halloween Festival which annually hosts more than 3500 visitors. Comfortably seating around 3,000 this complex is a gem that the City cherishes.
- Laurens City Park VIEW DETAILS
Laurens City Park is home to the Laurens Little League which has two youth baseball fields and a multipurpse field that is in use year round.
- LaVerne Ard Park VIEW DETAILS
This park includes several recreation fields for baseball, softball, football, and soccer.
- Leda Poore Park VIEW DETAILS
Leda Poore Park is a pet friendly area, which includes picnic tables, tennis courts, and soccer and baseball fields.
- Lee State Park VIEW DETAILS
One of several CCC parks in the state, Lee State Park was built in 1935 by the CCC in order to provide riverside recreational opportunities for the residents of Lee County, South Carolina. Along the Lynches River, which runs through Lee County, South Carolina and is partially protected from development by the state of South Carolina, kayaking and canoeing trips can be taken through the park€s hardwood forest floodplain. Fishing may also be enjoyed from along the banks of the river and children can fish for catfish in the park€s artesian pond. The park€s rich diversity of natural habitats and wildlife make it an ideal setting for nature walks and the interpretive, educational programs hosted on site. Equestrian facilities are also available. Lee State Park is one of the shrinking number of CCC parks with surviving structures that display the classic Conservation Corps architecture.
- Legacy Park VIEW DETAILS
The Legacy Park includes a playground, a large field, and a walking track.
- Legion Park VIEW DETAILS
Legion Park includes a major sized lighted baseball field, a concession stand and restrooms.
- Lemon Park Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
Lemon Park Sports Complex encompasses an area of 16+ acres. The complex includes four 200-foot fields in a clover-leaf design surrounding a Press Box/Concession Stand and a multi-purpose field which may be split into smaller fields for soccer or football, a 300-foot baseball field with Press Box, a tee-ball field, figure 8 walking path and 2 playgrounds.
- Les Mullinax Park VIEW DETAILS
The Les Mullinax Park includes a half basketball court, and a playground.
- Levy Park VIEW DETAILS
13.6 acres at 356 Jeffords Street (between Pine Street and E. Palmetto) has a community center for Seniors/Adults, a Youth Activity Center, a playground, a picnic area and 2 picnic shelters, 8 basketball goals, 2 tennis courts, a lighted softball field, baseball field and a football field. Levy Park is named after Dr. James R. Levy and is commonly mispronounced. It’s intended pronunciation is Lee-Vee.
- Lexington Paw Park VIEW DETAILS
The Town of Lexington Paw Park is the newest quality of life feature and the first dedicated to our four-legged friends. The 3-acre park will provide dogs and their owners a wonderful atmosphere to play, socialize and interact.
- Library Park VIEW DETAILS
The Library Park is a pet friendly area, which includes picnic tables, benches, a grill, and a gazebo.
- Lige Street Park VIEW DETAILS
This park offers a youth ball field, picnic area, picnic shelter, playground, and a basketball court on 2.4 acres.
- Lightsey Park VIEW DETAILS
The Lightsey Park includes a children’s playground equipment and two covered sheds used for birthday parties and picnics. Also at the Lightsey Park is a lighted and paved walking trail..
- Lincoln Park VIEW DETAILS
This shelter has a restroom, large grill, electrical power, 8 picnic tables and can accommodate 48 people. There is a playground approximately 100 feet from the shelter.
- Linky Stone Park: The Children’s Garden VIEW DETAILS
Tucked away in a small space between a creek and a road, under a highway bridge, you will find this great children’s park in downtown Greenville, South Carolina. The Children’s Garden provides a fun and educational experience for them. A paved hiking and bicycling trail, known as the Swamp Rabbit Trail, passes through here also. It connects this park to numerous other recreation areas, including Falls Park, Cleveland Park, and the Greenville Zoo.
- Linley Park VIEW DETAILS
Linley Park is a pet friendly facility, which includes two picnic shelters & grills, two baseball fields, a walking track, and play equipment.
- Lions Park VIEW DETAILS
Located on North Blanding Street, includes two newly renovated tennis courts, two ball fields, a building with a dance room, restrooms, picnic shelter and a playground.
- Little River Blueway VIEW DETAILS
In the fall of 2009, a hand full of people who love outdoor sports looked at the abundance of natural and historical assets in this region. We soon realized a great opportunity for promoting the benefits of the outdoor recreation & conservation within this uniquely preserved section of the Sumter National Forest and waterways. After several meetings with key stakeholders within and around the project area, a grassroots organization called Outdoor Initiative, Inc. was formed and went to work mapping, inventorying and planning. Paddling routes were mapped and tested. Biking trails ridden. But we didn��_��__t stop there… In addition to these attractions, the area has golf, hundreds of beautiful campsites, skeet shooting, countless miles of forest service roads, and numerous historical sites to round out the mix. Everything was then consolidated into one recreation system so that it was easy for people to use the wide variety of resources found throughout the Little River Blueway. The result of these efforts is a tremendous outdoor adventure & sporting area!
- Little River Park VIEW DETAILS
The Little River Park is located at 317 east main street Laurens, is the office of the Parks and Recreations Department. Along with lots of green space, the parks houses a large playground, a putt putt course and a Pavilion. The putt putt course was designed and built by Town Haul when the Television show came to Laurens. While here they also built the 1st stage of the Playground. After the crews left the City added the offices and also the Pavilion. The Pavilion is a covered shelter where residents can rent for such things as Birthday Parties, family reunions or just some good ole get togethers. Rental information is available in the park office.
- Living Memorial Gardens VIEW DETAILS
Living Memorial Gardens is ADA accessible, and includes gardens, and a trail.
- Lookout Park VIEW DETAILS
Lookout Park includes chairs, a gazebo, grill, playground, restrooms, a soccer field, and trail access.
- Loretta C. Wood Park VIEW DETAILS
Loretta C. Wood Park is one of Southern Greenville County€s most popular attractions. Ample parking, quality restrooms, playground and walking trail compliment top-notch ball fields creating a great game day or family day experience.
- Lorick Park VIEW DETAILS
Lorick Park has a neighborhood center, basketball courts, a baseball diamond, picnic shelters and a water spray. The community center has a game room and offers access to computers with Internet access.
- Lucas Park VIEW DETAILS
12 acres between Park Avenue and Santee Drive, highlights nature trails and gardens, in addition to a playground, picnic shelter and area, as well as two tennis courts.
- Lydie Mill Children’s Park VIEW DETAILS
Lydia Mill Children’s Park includes a ball field and a playground and will also provide a walking trail once completed.
- Lynch’s Woods Park VIEW DETAILS
Lyches Woods, a nearby 276 acre forest preserve, has hiking and equestrian trails, sheltered picnic areas, and serves as the Gateway to the Upstate for the Palmetto Trail. The park is open from sunup to sundown and admission is always free.
- M Avenue Park VIEW DETAILS
M Avenue Park includes a baseball field, tennis courts, canteen, restrooms, and a playground.
- M.M. Levy Park VIEW DETAILS
The M.M. Levy Park includes baseball fields.
- Magnolia Park VIEW DETAILS
Magnolia Park is located at 244 Magnolia Avenue in the City of Greenwood. This 3 acre park offers a walking trail, playground and picnic area.
- Magnolia Plantation and Gardens VIEW DETAILS
Founded in 1676 by the Drayton family, Magnolia Plantation has survived the centuries and witnessed the history of our nation unfold before it from the American Revolution through the Civil War and beyond. It is the oldest public tourist site in the Lowcountry, and the oldest public gardens in America, opening its doors to visitors in 1870 to view the thousands of beautiful flowers and plants in its famous gardens. So join us here at Magnolia Plantation to experience the beauty of its gardens and its rich history today. Visit their website for additional seasons and hours of operation.
- Manchester Meadows VIEW DETAILS
Completed in 2006, Manchester Meadows is one of Rock Hill��_��__s newest parks. After its grand opening, this 70 acre park quickly captured the interest of park and soccer enthusiasts locally, regionally and nationally with its soccer fields, trails, soccer pavilion, and additional park amenities nestled in a beautifully landscaped setting. Manchester Meadows can be enjoyed year-round and provides athletic programs for both youth and adults. The park also hosts local, regional and national soccer tournaments.
- Manchester State Forest VIEW DETAILS
The forest is managed to yield a variety of forest products, from pulpwood and sawtimber to poles and pine straw. Stands of non-native slash pine, planted in the 1960s, are being gradually harvested and replaced with longleaf pine. In 1989 the forest was severely damaged by Hurricane Hugo. Sixty-five percent of the timber base was destroyed. Since then hundreds of acres have been salvaged and replanted.
Manchester State Forest practices principles of high quality multiple-use and sustained-yield forest management. Multiple use management includes enhancing timber production, fish and wildlife habitat, air and water quality, soil conservation, scenic beauty, scientific research, and recreational opportunities. It does not mean that all uses must coexist at the same time. Depending on the circumstances on different parts of the forest, one use might be dominant while other uses are subordinated.
- Maple Park VIEW DETAILS
4 acres at 915 Gregg Avenue (between Gregg and King Avenues) has 2 lighted baseball fields, restrooms, concessions, a Community Center, a playground, and picnic shelter.
- Margaret Hunter Park VIEW DETAILS
Margaret Hunter Park includes a disc golf course with a shelter.
- Marion Davis Park VIEW DETAILS
Marion Davis Park includes hourshoe courts, and a playground with restrooms and shelters.
- Martha Law Park VIEW DETAILS
Located on Talmage Drive and Gary Lane, consists of one ball field, a picnic shelter and a playground area.
- Martin Luther King Jr. Park VIEW DETAILS
This Park is located in the heart of the Five Points business district. It also is home to three communities that make up the Waverly Neighborhood of communities. The park has a baseball field, playground area for all ages and large outdoor space that features many events throughout the year (i.e. Summer Jazz Festival, St. Patrick’s Day Celebration). The Park is also home to the Stone of Hope in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The community center has a full size basketball court, exercise room, game room, meeting rooms, computer room, kitchen, ceramic room and a computer room with WIFI capabilities.
- Mary Warner Mack Dog Park VIEW DETAILS
Located on the Anne Springs Close Greenway, the Mary Warner Mack Dog Park features over 12 acres of enclosed natural space for dogs of all sizes to play and socialize. Situated among a mature hardwood forest and young stand of longleaf pines, the park provides a unique setting for dog lovers to enjoy time with their pets and is dedicated in loving memory to the life of Mary Warner Mack. The Mary Warner Mack Dog park is open to dogs of all sizes and includes a designated area for small dogs, as well as a mile-long off-leash trail leading to lakefront access. Other park amenities include a dog washing station, hydration stations, dog waste collection stations, benches and more. Access is granted to dog park members only and park rules have been adopted for the protection of the dogs, handlers, visitors and Greenway property. The park is conveniently located at the Adventure Road Entrance on Springfield Parkway in Fort Mill and is open seven days a week.
- Mauldin City Park VIEW DETAILS
Mauldin has over 70 acres of parks. Springfield Park on Hyde Circle is home to baseball fields and a paved basketball court. City Park on East Butler Road features sprawling sports fields, a pedestrian walking trail and picnic shelters. Sunset Park, home to the only wheelchair softball field in the Southeast, also offers walking trails with picnic shelters.
- Mauldin Cultural Center VIEW DETAILS
The Mauldin Cultural Center was created to establish, develop and promote a cultural system that celebrates the Mauldin community, leverages the arts for the economic benefit of the City and its citizens, and strives to give all citizens and visitors the ability to experience and participate in artistic and cultural activities in an effort to continually develop a more vibrant community.
- Mayberry Park VIEW DETAILS
The Mayberry Park includes a picnic shelter, and lighted baseball field.
- Mays Park VIEW DETAILS
Mays Park is in the Kilbourne Heights area, on Trenholm Rd. close to Beltline. Mays Park has a neighborhood center, a playground area with slides, climbing structures, and swings, tennis court, baseball diamond, picnic shelter and a water spray. The park is very shady and well maintained. The water spray is not always on so you may want to call ahead if that is your reason for going. The water can be turned on by the park leader in the neighborhood center.
- McCelvey Field VIEW DETAILS
The McCelvey Field includes a large grassy field.
- McKoy Park VIEW DETAILS
McKoy Park is a small urban park located in Greenville, South Carolina. It makes a great spot for a family outing in that it has a playground for kids, and a picnic area with a grill. So come on out and bring some meats to cook and have some fun.
- McLeod Park VIEW DETAILS
48.5 acres at 620 Santiago Drive with nature trails, 2 picnic shelters, restrooms, 5 lighted baseball fields, concession stands, press boxes, 6 basketball goals, a skate park, competition horseshoe facility, dog park, and pond.
- McMillan Park VIEW DETAILS
The McMillan Park includes a children’s playground with swings, slides, and other playground equipment located behind The Ellis Insurance Agency in downtown Hampton.
- McPherson Park VIEW DETAILS
The McPherson Park includes two tennis courts, a mini golf court.
- McSwain Street Park VIEW DETAILS
McSwain Street Park includes a playground, field, two basketball courts, one shelter, and bathrooms.
- Meadowlake Park VIEW DETAILS
Meadowlake Park offers programs and services that enrich the quality of life for persons of all ages and abilities. Quality services, fun, in a safe and structured environment is what we provide to all of our patrons that visit Meadowlake Park. One of our most popular parks, located just off of I-20 is always hopping! The local neighborhoods enjoy a gym, kitchen, weight room, racquetball courts and classrooms. The baseball fields got a face-lift this year with the addition of a new concession stand with a media box. All of the fields have lights and Meadowlake Park is the only recreation center that has a full walking track with lights. The two tennis courts have been resurfaced and the nearby playground and picnic shelter is perfect for family get togethers.
- Melrose Park VIEW DETAILS
This lovely park is well hidden in a pleasant neighborhood full of well-maintained older homes. It is a peaceful park that has been beautifully landscaped. It is enclosed by a metal and stone fence and landscape bushes. There are restrooms in the neighborhood center and water fountains are available.
- Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
Memorial Park includes war memorials and greenspace.
- MESA Soccer Complex VIEW DETAILS
The 60 acre, 16 field MESA Soccer Complex is home to CESA (Carolina Elite Soccer Academy). CESA provides both recreational and competitive soccer programs and they came in second place recently in the National Soccer Championships. Hospitality tax funds supported the development of the MESA Soccer Complex which has become a major sports tourism destination. In 2012, CESA hosted the US Youth Soccer Southern Regional Soccer Tournament at MESA which welcomed over 10,000 athletes and spectators from 12 states.
- Middle Six Mini Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly facilty which includes a basketball court.
- Middleton Street Playground VIEW DETAILS
Middletone Street Park includes a playground, and gazebo area.
- Midlands Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Midlands Sports Complex includes a baseball field, tennis courts, restrooms, a playground, and picnic shelters.
- Mitford Mini Park VIEW DETAILS
This is a pet-friendly area which includes a basketball court, and a playground.
- Mollohon Park VIEW DETAILS
Mollohon Park includes a playground with restrooms and a shelter.
- Monaghan Park VIEW DETAILS
The Monaghan Park includes athletic fields, and a football and soccer field.
- Moore Park VIEW DETAILS
Moore Park is a passive park with a gazebo, benches, picnic tables, and a grill.
- Mt. Pisgah VIEW DETAILS
Mt. Pisgah includes one lighted ball field, one concession stand, one football/soccer field, one club house, ane one walking trail.
- Muldrow Park VIEW DETAILS
Muldrow Park is a cultural feature (park) in Anderson County. This is a pet friendly facility which is open year-round which includes picnic tables, and a playground.
- Musgrove Mill State Historic Site VIEW DETAILS
Musgrove Mill��_��__s peaceful setting in the Piedmont woods stands in sharp contrast to the bloody Battle of Musgrove Mill that took place there on Aug.19, 1780. The Revolutionary War historic sites at Musgrove Mill interpret and protect the location of the Battle of Musgrove Mill. The battle, in which the vastly outnumbered Patriot militia outlasted the Loyalists in a surprising victory, is detailed through interpretive signage in the visitor center and along two and a half miles of nature trails. Natural features of the park include Horseshoe Falls and the Enoree River, along which much of the fighting took place. Special events and living history programs are held at the park throughout the year.
- Myrtle Beach State Park VIEW DETAILS
Along the far-reaching stretch of Grand Strand coastline, Myrtle Beach State Park sits nestled among oceanfront maritime forest. A quiet, and surprisingly green, escape from the otherwise bustling beach, the park provides educational opportunities, a nature trail and some of the best surf fishing South Carolina has to offer as well as stunning ocean views and another great fishing spot on Myrtle Beach pier. As far as Myrtle Beach campgrounds go, the parks€ is among the most popular, providing guests with Myrtle Beach pier and shoreline access as well as cozy sites tucked away under the towering trees. If the Myrtle Beach campgrounds aren€t for you, overnight guests may also stay in one of six rental cabins, built by the CCC in the 1930s.
- Nature Trail VIEW DETAILS
You can start the paved Nature Trail at the picnic area dn follow the banks of the Catawba River. This is a peaceful walk with just the sound of the water tumbling over rocks, and songs of many birds.
- New Centre Park VIEW DETAILS
The New Centre Park includes four lighted soccer fields, a concession stand, and restrooms..
- New Ellenton City Park VIEW DETAILS
The New Ellenton City Park is a pet friendly area which includes a playground.
- New Hope Community Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The New Hope Community Sports Complex includes four baseball fields, a picnic shelter.
- Newton Park VIEW DETAILS
The Newton Park includes a picnic shelter, a playground, and a full basketball court.
- Ninety Six National Historic Site VIEW DETAILS
Ninety Six National Historic Site is a Revolutionary War battle site that commemorates the first battle south of New England fought on November 19-21, 1775 and the longest field siege of the American Revolution, lasting 28 days in May _June 1781. Ninety Six played an important role in a series of events that ultimately led to the defeat and surrender of the British at Yorktown, Virginia in October 1781. The historic site is a unit of the National Park Service, a bureau of the United States Department of the Interior.
- North Charleston Wannamaker County Park VIEW DETAILS
North Charleston Wannamaker County Park is a nature-oriented park designed for family and group use. It offers over 1,015 acres of beautiful woodlands and wetlands, and provides guests with a variety of activities. Miles of paved trails allow for exploration of the area��_��__s beautiful natural resources.
- North Main Park VIEW DETAILS
The North Main Park has a lighted baseball field, basketball court, playground, and picnic area.
- North Springs Parks VIEW DETAILS
North Springs Park offers programs and services that enrich the quality of life for persons of all ages and abilities. Children benefit from activities that reduce childhood obesity, promote good sportsmanship and enhance cognitive development. Adults benefit from services that increase community awareness and improve health and wellness. Located on a main thoroughfare in Northeast Columbia, North Springs Park always has a family friendly event happening. This large park covers almost 30 acres with baseball, softball, football and soccer fields, lighted tennis courts, playground and picnic facilities. The recreation center has a gym, two racquetball courts and several meeting rooms. They also offer classes like martial arts, archery, Zumba, dance and gymnastics. North Springs Park was also the home of the super scary Terror in the Park, haunted house where the ghosts and goblins came out to the park!
- Northside Park VIEW DETAILS
7 acres located at 310 Roughfork Street (between Roughfork and Athens Streets) has 2 lighted baseball fields with restrooms, concession stand, press boxes, and playground area. Located behind the Florence Boys and Girls Club.
- Northwest Park VIEW DETAILS
8.42 acres at 801 Ingram Street (corner of Ingram and Clement Streets) offers a community center for Seniors, Adults and Children, a lighted baseball/softball field, concession stand, restrooms, 6 basketball goals, a playground, picnic area and a large shelter.
- Nosegay Park VIEW DETAILS
Nosegay Park includes a football field, area field, and tennis courts.
- Oak Grove Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Oak Grove Sports Complex includes a several softballfields, restrooms, a picnic area, and playground.
- Oak Street Park VIEW DETAILS
The Oak Street Park is home to basketball courts, playgrounds, and a picnic area.
- Oakland Park VIEW DETAILS
Oakland Park includes a tennis complex, athletic field, and bathrooms.
- Oakwood Acres Park VIEW DETAILS
This 10 acre park has a swimming pool, playground, sand volleyball courts, two youth ball fields and a picnic shelter.
- Oconee State Park VIEW DETAILS
Oconee State Park has all of the perks of a relaxing mountain getaway. The Oconee State Park campground, Rustic, CCC-era cabins and a lake with a swimming hole, canoe rentals and fishing opportunities are only a sample of the park��_��__s offerings. Several wooded nature trails wind through the foothills region and serve as the southern trailhead for the Foothills Trail, South Carolina��_��__s 80-mile wilderness hike on the Blue Ridge Escarpment. Oconee is the perfect place for a family getaway with nostalgic activities such as square dancing during the summer months, Fourth of July festivities and other holiday events.
- Oconee Station State Historic Site VIEW DETAILS
Originally a military compound and later a trading post, Oconee Station State Historic Site offers both recreational opportunities and a unique look at 18th and 19th century South Carolina. Oconee Station, a stone blockhouse used as an outpost by the S.C. State Militia from about 1792 to 1799, and the William Richards House, are the only two structures that remain today. Beyond the park’s historic significance, there’s a fishing pond and 1.5-mile nature trail that connects hikers to a trail leading into Sumter National Forest and ending at Station Cove Falls. The spring is an awesome time to view an abundance of wildflowers along this trail in and around Sumter National Forest and the majestic Station Cove Falls.
- Odessa Street Garden VIEW DETAILS
The Odessa Street Garden is owned by the Greenville County Recreation District which provides residents with freshly grown produce and is maintained by area residents with support from Seniors on the Go.
- Old Pomaria School VIEW DETAILS
Old Pomaria School includes a playground, and bathrooms.
- Old Santee Canal Park VIEW DETAILS
Old Santee Canal Park’s 195 acres commemorate the rich history and habitat of Berkeley County. Four miles of boardwalks meander through the quiet backwaters of Biggin Creek and its surrounding swamp offering quiet glimpses of the flora and fauna. A three-mile paddle trail immerses you in a cypress swamp where alligators, wood ducks, turtles and ospreys flourish amid a thriving community of southern shield ferns and other native vegetation.
- Olympia Park VIEW DETAILS
:This 4.98 acre neighborhood park is located at Olympia Avenue down from Divine Truth Ministries by the Congaree River. This facility includes two picnic tables, a multi-purpose playground, nice trail good for jogging/walking, and a dedication bench in loving memory of Constance Arielle Baker who attended USC in 2005.
- Osbon Park VIEW DETAILS
The Osbon Park is a pet friendly area, which includes a picnic shelter, girls, and a walking track.
- Otter Creek Waterpark/Northside Park VIEW DETAILS
The Northside Park includes an athletic fields, sand volleyball, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a waterpark.
- Pacific Park VIEW DETAILS
This little park in the Granby Village area has a neighborhood center, baseball diamond, outdoor basketball court, playground, and water spray. Everything is nicely kept up. The water spray is not always on so call ahead if you want to play in the water. The small picnic tables in front of the neighborhood center make great game tables as well. Off-street parking is available. The park is lit and restrooms are available when the neighborhood center is open. The community center offers access to computers with Internet access.
- Palmetto Islands County Park VIEW DETAILS
Mount Pleasant Palmetto Islands County Park is a nature-oriented, 943-acre park designed for family and group use. The park is built in a tropical setting, with bicycle paths, boardwalks, and picnic sites with grills located throughout the park for your enjoyment.
- Palmetto Trail: Eutaw Springs Passage VIEW DETAILS
Eutaw Springs Passage pushes through a varied terrain of grassy pastures and shady dirt roads, past the site of the Revolutionary War Battle of Eutaw Springs, and through tiny downtown Eutawville. Close to Eutawville, the passage crosses the old pastures of a former dairy farm. A spur trail off Fredcon Road meanders through Santee-Cooper Wildlife Management Refuge and takes adventurers through lowlands to the southern edges of Lake Marion. The northern trailhead is at the Eutawville Community Building, close to downtown shops and friendly people.
- Palmetto Trail: Oconee Passage VIEW DETAILS
Oconee Passage begins in Oconee State Park and ends at Oconee Station State Historical Site, a backcountry military garrison and trading post from the 1790s. From the park, the passage follows a scenic roadbed that pinches into a path along the mountain ridgeline. From the ridgeline into Station Cove, the passage drops about 1,000 feet for a challenging, one-way descent. Turn right where Oconee Passage intersects with Station Cove Falls Trail, and walk the quarter-mile spur to the popular Station Cove Falls. One of the prettiest in the county, the waterfall is a majestic 60-foot, tiered cascade. An amazing array of wildflowers can be found year round in Station Cove��_��__s botanical area.
- Palmetto Trail: Peak to Prosperity Passage VIEW DETAILS
The Peak to Prosperity Passage proceeds west from the Alston trailhead in Fairfield County across the impressive Broad River trestle. The view from the 1,100-foot-long bridge is spectacular, especially when bald eagles soar. Across the river in Newberry County, the rail-trail skirts Peak and cuts an easy swath through piedmont forest to Pomaria and Prosperity. Along the passage, 14 wooden trestles span the meandering Crims Creek where German immigrants settled in the 1730s. The area is known as the Dutch Fork.
- Palmetto Trail: Santee Passage VIEW DETAILS
High Hills of Santee in Sumter County was named for the high, sandy ridges that are part of the Sandhills geographical region. These rolling hills are the remains of an ancient ocean shoreline found in the Carolinas and Georgia. Over time, the beach sand and shells transformed into rock, called coquina, which can be seen today throughout Poinsett State Park. In the 1930s, the Civilian Conservation Corps used the native stone to build many structures in the park. The highest point in Poinsett is about 130 feet above the adjacent Wateree Swamp. The views are impressive and the mosquitoes less bothersome than in the swamp. From Poinsett, the passage follows ridges through the pines and hardwoods in Manchester State Forest south to Mill Creek County Park. Birdwatching includes the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker.
- Palmyra Park VIEW DETAILS
Palmyra Park includes chairs, and a playground.
- Paramount Park VIEW DETAILS
The Paramount Park includes a basketball court, and a playground.
- Paris Mountain State Park VIEW DETAILS
Paris Mountain State Park��_��__s roots date as far back as the Great Depression, when it was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. This heritage can still be seen in the preserved stone and timber outside of the renovated bathhouse, now known as the Park Center. Inside, the center features historical exhibits and a classroom to teach young and old about the park��_��__s ecology. Paris Mountain is located in the rapidly-developing city of Greenville, South Carolina, and although the park was once a rural retreat, bikers, hikers and those visiting Camp Buckhorn now keep the park bustling year round. When it comes to camping in state parks, the Paris Mountain State Park camping facilities are top-notch and include paved camping sites, 13 of which offer tent pads, and five trailside campsites around the North Lake Trail Loop. Whether you��_��__re coming from out of state or just looking to escape from Greenville, South Carolina for a few days, make your Paris Mountain State Park camping reservations and prepare for a weekend of great outdoor recreation.
- PD Terry City Park VIEW DETAILS
PD Terry City Park is located off of HWY 418 with a physical address of 116 Cannon
Avenue. The park is named in honor of the long time Parks and Recreation Director PD
Terry. PD retired in 2008 after over 30 years of service to the Fountain Inn Community. The
park is home to our youth football game field in the fall and youth baseball field in the
spring. There is a wonderful picnic shelter perfect for birthday parties located adjacent to a
state of the art shaded playground. Three lighted tennis courts are also available on a “first
come, first served” basis.
- Pelham Mill Park VIEW DETAILS
Riverside park featuring remains of historic textile mill & post office, plus dog area & picnicking.
- Pelion Park VIEW DETAILS
Pelion Park includes a football field, soccer field, restrooms, and walking trails.
- Pendleton Town Recreation Department VIEW DETAILS
The Pendleton Recreation Association (PRA) is a privately run-non-profit 501-C3 association of area residents set up to provide recreation programs for the youth of the Pendleton Community.
- Perrin-Thomas Park Community Center VIEW DETAILS
Located northeast behind the Columbia State Fairgrounds. Formerly the Perrin-Thomas Elementary School, this new community center features a covered picnic shelter, playground and parking area.
- Perry Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
The Perry Memorial Park is a pet friendly area, which includes a walk track, and picnic shelters. This area is also used by Schofield Middle School, who has excluxive use of park during school hours.
- Piedmont Athletic Complex VIEW DETAILS
Piedmont Athletic Complex was initially built in 1964 by the Greenville County School District as Woodmont High School. Greenville County Rec acquired the site and converted the two baseball/softball diamonds into rectangular, multi-purpose fields in 2011. There is also nice and paved walking path.
- Pinckney Fludd Park VIEW DETAILS
Pinckney Fludd Park includes a half basketball court, and a playground.
- Pine Grove Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Pine Grove Sprots Complex includes softball fields, soccer fields, playground, picnic area, canteen, and walking trail.
- Pine Haven Park VIEW DETAILS
Pine Haven Park includes a playground and picnic area.
- Pine Tree Park VIEW DETAILS
Pine Tree Park includes two unlighted baseball fields.
- Pineforest Park VIEW DETAILS
The Pineforest Park includes a walking trail, a playground, and green space.
- Pinehurst Park VIEW DETAILS
Pinehurst Park has a baseball diamond and a playground area. There is also a spray pool and a community center. Off-street parking is available as well as water fountains and restrooms in the community center. The community center offers a game room, gymnasium and use of computers with internet access.
- Pineview Ball Park VIEW DETAILS
The Pineview Ball Park includes a football field, baseball field, miracle league field, canteens, restrooms, and a playground.
- Piney Mountain Park VIEW DETAILS
Piney Mountain Park is located in northern Greenville county and has a paved, handicap accessible, walking trail that loops around an athletic field and picnic shelter. The park also provides a playground, as well as restrooms.
- Pitcairn Park VIEW DETAILS
Pitcairn Park includes a boat launch, chairs, a grill, pavilion, picnic areas, a playground, restrooms, and tables.
- Pleasant Ridge Park VIEW DETAILS
The Pleasant Ridge Park includes a fishing lake, mountain biking, a playground, shelter, and a walking trail.
- Poinsett Park VIEW DETAILS
The Poinsett Park includes a playground, restrooms, a grill, and a walking trail.
- Poinsett State Park VIEW DETAILS
In the High Hills of Santee, where the South Carolina Sandhills of the Midlands region meet the coastal plain region, you��_��__ll find Poinsett State Park. Called the “mountains of the midlands,” this mixed ecosystem yields a high degree of biodiversity and some of the most unique natural sightings in the park system, especially along the Palmetto trail which winds through the Manchester State Forest. The High Hills of Santee are dotted with the hiking and biking trails that wind through the park_some of which connect to the Palmetto Trail that leads hikers through the Manchester State Forest. Poinsett��_��__s 10-acre lake makes for a serene setting, and can be used for fishing and johnboat rentals. The park also offers campsites, a fishing pond, a coquina bathhouse built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, pre-revolutionary grist mill ruins and rustic cabins.
- Polo Road Park VIEW DETAILS
Polo Road Park offers an array of programs and services to improve the quality of life for people of all ages. We have a great family environment where safety and positive interactions are our goals. Our programs for children help reduce childhood obesity and provide a friendly environment for kids to meet one another. Adults benefit from services that improve their health and wellness, reduce stress and increase social connections within the community. Polo Road Park has a great array of amenities, including a gym, game room, fitness room, classrooms, and a kitchen. The park is also known for its many athletic fields that include lighted softball and baseball fields, six lighted soccer fields, and a football field. It is adjacent to Sesquicentennial State Park and hiking trails are accessible.
- Prosperity Town Center VIEW DETAILS
The Prosperity Town Center includes a baseball field, playground, area field, basketball court, a shelter, and bathrooms.
- Quinine Hill Park VIEW DETAILS
Quinine Hill Park, near the intersection of Forest Drive and Beltline Boulevard, features a walking trail with a forgiving rubber surface for easy walking or jogging. Quinine Hill Park also has covered picnic tables for small gatherings or events and quiet seating for lunch-hour getaways or afternoon reading.
- Railroad Mini Park VIEW DETAILS
The Railroad Mini Park includes a full size basketball court, and playground.
- Rectory Square VIEW DETAILS
Rectory Square has playground equipment and gazebo with a fully restored fountain. The park contains two fully restored all weather tennis courts. It is lighted by decorative streetlights and has electric hook-ups.
- Red Bank Arena VIEW DETAILS
The Red Bank Arena includes a baseball field, softball field, canteens, restrooms, and a BMX track.
- Red Bank Park VIEW DETAILS
Red Bank Park includes a softball field, tennis courts, a community building, and picnic shelters.
- Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site VIEW DETAILS
Redcliffe Plantation completed in 1859, was once the home of James Henry Hammond, three generations of his descendants, and numerous African-American familites like the Henleys, Goodwins, & Wigfalls who worked at the site as slaves and later free men and women. Now one of the many historic plantations South Carolina has opened to the public, this site symbolizes the ambition, wealth and power of James Henry Hammond a successful cotton planter, congressman, governor and senator, who spent his life defending the southern plantation system and his status within it.
- Reeves Community Park VIEW DETAILS
The Reeves Community Park includes a community Center, tennis court, and playground.
- Reunion Park VIEW DETAILS
Reunion Park includes a field, picnic shelters, stages, and bathrooms.
- Rhame City Arena VIEW DETAILS
Rhame City Arena includes a basketball gymnasium, also one tot lot and outside basketball court.
- Ridge Road Park VIEW DETAILS
The Ridge Road Park includes a softball park, basketball park, canteen, restroom, and playground.
- Ridgewood Park Community Center VIEW DETAILS
Ridgewood Park Community Center has a picnic shelter, a playground, security lighting and a walking trail that is approximately a quarter of a mile in length. The trail is made of paved, recycled, rubberized material which allows for ADA accessibility and full participation of all patrons. In addition to the walking trail, there are four exercise stations placed strategically along the trail to allow for a full body workout of 10 different, low-impact exercises. Enjoy the decorative lighting around the trail and relax on one of the four park benches located under the shade trees. Pack a lunch to enjoy at the picnic shelter and let the children play in the enclosed playground as you watch their every movement while walking along the trail.
- Riggs Street Playground VIEW DETAILS
Riggs Street Playground incldues a basketball court and playground.
- River Forks Recreation Area VIEW DETAILS
River Forks Park is open during the months of May 1-September 9. Located at Hartwell Lake, one of the southeast’s largest and most popular public recreation areas, River Forks is a summer day-use area that offers an ideal setting for a party, barbecue or simply a day of water activities with the family. River Forks boasts sweeping views of the nearly 56,000 acres of water that comprise Hartwell Lake and plenty of space to relax by the water on the large, sandy swimming beach.
- River Park VIEW DETAILS
Everyone can enjoy River Park’s environmentally sensitive 70 acres on the pristine Catawba River. Several miles of wooded trails, including handicapped accessible trails, wander through the park and along the scenic river. You can enjoy a picnic while observing plants, birds and animals in a peaceful undisturbed setting. Added to the trail was a connector that connects River Park to the Piedmont Medical Center Trail which allows miles of beautiful wilderness enjoyment. Beginning at Highway 21 to the lower parking lot of River Park, there is 3.35 miles of trail to enjoy. Remember the total mileage provided is only one way, so make sure to have a plan if you don’t plan to walk the whole trail. River Park is also the perfect setting to learn about the delicate balance between man and our natural resources. Frequent visitors to the park include scout troops and school groups. River Park is the location for many of the Environmental Education classes offered by PRT including the Leopold Education Project. Paddling enthusiasts make use of the kayak/ canoe access for outings with friends or for planned paddles through PRT��_��__s popular Paddling Program. As the park continues to grow, the unique natural habitat will always be respected.
- River Trail at Riverbanks Zoo & Botantical Gardens VIEW DETAILS
Riverbanks Botanical Garden opened on June 10, 1995 on one of the most beautiful natural sites in South Carolina. Scenic river views, spectacular valley overlooks, and a walled garden ablaze with color are but a few of the attractions that greet visitors to one the nation’s best botanical gardens, located on the west bank of the Saluda River across from Riverbanks Zoo. The Botanical Garden��_��__s site features three distinct topographies: the flood plain valley, the valley slopes and the uplands. In addition to its natural beauty, the site has significant historical value as the location of one of South Carolina��_��__s first water-powered textile mills.
- Riverbend Equestrian Park VIEW DETAILS
Located on 66 acres of rolling countryside near Furman University, the park features two lighted show rings, a dressage ring, a barn and 150 show stalls. The park offers a year-round instructional program, and a therapeutic riding program for children and adults with special needs. A petting zoo complete with barnyard animals and a picnic area complete the facilities. There is a charge for programs and special events only.
- Riverfront Park VIEW DETAILS
Riverfront Park opened in 1983 for recreational usage of the land where the original waterworks for the City of Columbia was situated. This was also the site of the world’s first electrically operated textile mill, and the hydroelectric plant, the oldest one in the state, is still operating. 140 acres make up Riverfront Park. The park, which separates the Historic Columbia Canal and the Congaree River, is approximately 167 acres and is just west of Huger Street. A popular jogging/walking trail runs two and one half miles along the linear park and offers wonderful views of the river. There is also a beautiful brick amphitheater as well as a self-guided walkway by the old parts of the water plant. The park has the capability of hosting smaller concerts. Riverfront Park also includes an outdoor gym which features seven pieces of equipment including a Lat pull down and vertical press, a rower, a 2-person wheelchair accessible chest press, a 4-person leg press, an elliptical cross trainer, 4-person pendulum and 3-person static combo.
- Rivers Bridge State Historic Site VIEW DETAILS
Rivers Bridge State Historic Site marks the site of one of the Confederacy€s last stands against General William T. Sherman€s sweep across the South. Of all the Civil War Sites in South Carolina, the Battle of Rivers Bridge is the only one in the State Parks system that is home to a preserved battlefield.
- Rock Quarry Garden VIEW DETAILS
The Rock Quarry Garden is located on the site of a pre-Civil War granite quarry. The quarry was abandoned and in 1930 the newly formed Garden Club of Greenville led a restoration effort to create beauty.
- Rockwood Park VIEW DETAILS
The Rockwood Park includes a playground, and a field.
- Rocky Branch Natural Area VIEW DETAILS
The Rocky Branch Natural Area can be found on the outskirts of the Town of Little Mountain. This hidden gem offers visitors a great hiking trail that will take you to a small brook. A picnic shelter and restrooms are also available. This is a wonderful place to enjoy some peace and quiet while hiking in the woods.
- Roosevelt Park VIEW DETAILS
The Roosevelt Park includes two lighted baseball/softball fields, one lighted baseball field, an outdoor basketball court, playground, restrooms, concession building, and picnic shelter.
- Rosa Parks Playground VIEW DETAILS
The Rosa Parks Playground includes a basketball court, and playground.
- Rosamunda Percell-Butler Park VIEW DETAILS
The Rosamunda Percell-Butler Community Park includes a basketball court, playground, and picnic shelter.
- Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site VIEW DETAILS
Visitors can tour one of the finest plantation homes of the South, walk the elegant grounds, admire its beautiful rose gardens and explore other original plantation buildings. The site also includes the River Trail and the Nature Trail. Pets are allowed in most outdoor areas. Visit the website for more information.
- Roy Warner Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
This park includes two ball fields, a basketball court, a playground area, a concession stand, and a community center. The ball fields and community center are available for rental for your special event.
- Rufus Belton Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly area which includes a baseball and basketball court, and picnic shelter.
- Runde Park VIEW DETAILS
Runde Park includes a baseball/softball field, a basketball court, chairs, picnic area, a playground, restrooms, tables, and trail access.
- Sadlers Creek State Park VIEW DETAILS
Sadlers Creek State Park sits on 395 acres on a peninsula that extends into Lake Hartwell, one of the Savannah River reservoirs. Camping on Lake Hartwell at one of 37 lakefront campground sites, observing wildlife and recreational watersports are only a small sampling of activities to be enjoyed in the park. The park makes a perfect location for family reunions or other gatherings, offering a lakeside pavilion and two rental picnic shelters.
- Saluda Shoals Park VIEW DETAILS
Saluda Shoals Park is a premier, natural, environmentally sensitive riverfront park that invites visitors to experience the treasures of the Saluda River through exceptional educational, recreational and cultural opportunities.
- Sanctified Hill Park VIEW DETAILS
Sanctified Hill Park is located in the Sanctified Hill Neighborhood at 437 Putnam Drive. The
park is located right next to Golden View Baptist Church. The park has a large multi-purpose
field, basketball courts, and swing set.
- Sandhills Park VIEW DETAILS
Sandhills Park includes a soccer field, tennis courts, and sand volleyball.
- Sandy Springs Walking Track VIEW DETAILS
A nice 0.4 mile, asphalt track with lights. Several park benches around the track, some playground equipment, a pavilion with picnic tables, and a charcoal grill. Dogs must be on a leash.
- Santee State Park VIEW DETAILS
Located in South Carolina��_��__s well-known Santee Cooper Country, Santee State Park sits along Lake Marion. South Carolina locals know the lake for its abundant population of large catfish. Santee State Park camping is offered on the lake, but for guests who prefer to spend the night indoors, rondette cabins, 10 of which sit on piers over the lake, are available and have been attracting families for years. Other amenities and activities found in the park include the Village Round, a community meeting building with a large, screened-in grilling facility, biking and hiking trails and pontoon boat tours of the flooded cypress forest on Lake Marion. South Carolina natives and out-of-towners alike can find something fun to do in Santee State Park-camping, fishing, boating and a whole lot more. Start planning your trip now!
- Santee Town Hall Complex VIEW DETAILS
This complex includes Santee’s Town Hall, the Cultural Arts & Visitors Center, a gazebo, and picnic shelters. Restrooms and drinking water are available here. This place is a nice resting spot along the Palmetto Trail. Parking is available here, although some of the lots require a special permit.
- SCE&G North Recreation Area VIEW DETAILS
The SCE&G North Recreation Area includes picnic shelters, restrooms, a boat ramp, fishing pier./p>
- Science Park VIEW DETAILS
Science Park includes a model airplane landing strip, a restroom, and a rocket launching pad.
- Scott Park VIEW DETAILS
Scott Park includes four lighted tennis courts, a 1/4 mile running track, a one mile walking trail, four sand volleyball courts, a playground, picnic shelter, and restrooms.
- Seaboard Park VIEW DETAILS
The Seaboard Park includes a recreation office, softball field, two lighted tennis courts, playground, and recreation center.
- Serenity Park VIEW DETAILS
Situated in the Arthurtown Community, this .97 acre location contains a impecable gazebo
(ideal for portrait photography), a small walkway with a bridge, picnic tables and benches.
- Sesquicentennial State Park VIEW DETAILS
Sesquicentennial State Park, affectionately known to locals as “Sesqui”, is a spacious, green getaway in the heart of the Sandhills region. Once you’re immersed in the 1,400 acres of pines, camping sites, and nature trails you forget just how close you are to bustling, downtown Columbia, South Carolina. A retreat center complete with a kitchen and overnight, dormitory-style accommodations make the park an ideal spot for family reunions and group gatherings. Camping sites are also available to overnight guests. The park provides kayak and canoe rentals, fishing, two nature trails and a 6-mile bicycle loop for day-use recreation.
- Seven Oaks Park VIEW DETAILS
Built in 1973 and located at 200 Leisure Lane in the St. Andrews area, Seven Oaks Park (SOP) is a full-service recreation complex offering fitness, athletics, and instructional and cultural arts programs to the Irmo community. Seven Oaks Park€s special events, recreation programs, and volunteer opportunities are designed for youth, adults, seniors and persons with special needs.
- Sharpe Road Park VIEW DETAILS
Before reaching the Crane Creek Community Center on Fairfield Road, you will turn right onto Sharpe Road. This 21.44 acre neighborhood park boasts a playground, a basketball court and a picnic area.
- Shelton Mini Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly area which includes two half-court basketball courts and a playground.
- Shoeless Joe Jackson Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
Shoeless Joe Jackson Memorial Park includes a baseball field.
- Silver Bluff Audubon Center VIEW DETAILS
The National Audubon Society owns or operates nearly 100 education centers and wildlife sanctuaries across the country, totaling over 150,000 acres. Located near Aiken, South Carolina and Augusta, Georgia, Silver Bluff Audubon Center and Sanctuary, situated along the Savannah River, is an integral part of that system. With 3,250 acres of upland pine forest, hardwood bottomlands, fields, lakes and streams, it is typical of much of the Coastal Plain of Georgia and the Carolinas.
- Silverstreet Walking Track VIEW DETAILS
Silverstreet Walking trail includes a 0.12 mile concrete trail, and shelter.
- Sims Park VIEW DETAILS
Sims Park has a spray pool, a neighborhood center, play area, and picnic shelter. There is also a basketball court. The playground is partially shaded and well maintained. There are bathrooms and water fountains in the neighborhood center. The neighborhood center offers access to computers with Internet access.
- Skyland Park VIEW DETAILS
The Skyland Park includes a playground, a few picinic benches, and a full basketball court.
- Slate-Marietta Park (Jimi Turner) VIEW DETAILS
This park includes two baseball fields.
- Slater-White Park VIEW DETAILS
Slater-White Park includes several athletic fields.
- Smith-Hazel Park VIEW DETAILS
The Smith-Hazel Park is a pet friendly area which includes picnic areas, and playgrounds.
- South Congaree Arena VIEW DETAILS
The South Congaree Arena includes a canteen, restrooms, and arena.
- South Congaree Town Park VIEW DETAILS
The South Congaree Town Park includes a basketball court, sand volleyball, a picnic shelter, and playground.
- South Park VIEW DETAILS
3.5 acres off Woods Drive, between Jebaily and Westmoreland Drive, provides a playground, a picnic area and shelter, skating path, softball field, two tennis courts, and a basketball court.
- Southland Park VIEW DETAILS
A basketball court, picnic area, playground, ball field, picnic shelter, and a .25 mile walking trail to Blackjack Oaks Heritage Preserve are all part of this 6.7 acres park.
- Southwood Park VIEW DETAILS
The Southwood Park is a pet friendly facility, which includes a basketball court, swings with a sand.
- Spencer Park and Dog Park VIEW DETAILS
This 9.8 acre park offers a basketball court, picnic area, picnic shelter, and a playground.
- Spires Recreation Center VIEW DETAILS
Spires Recreation Center includes three baseball fields, tennis courts, and an area field.
- Springdale Town Park VIEW DETAILS
Springdale Town Park includes a picnic shelter, playground, and spray pool.
- Springfield Park VIEW DETAILS
The Springfield Park includes five baseball fields, a picinic shelter, a full basketball court, playground, restrooms, and a football field.
- St. Anna’s Park VIEW DETAILS
This neighborhood park features a playground and two outdoor basketball courts as well as a picnic shelter. There is a grassy field and a spray pool. The community center offers access to computers with Internet access.
- St. Francis Park VIEW DETAILS
St. Francis Park is a pet-friendly facility which includes a basketball court, and playground.
- Starlite Park VIEW DETAILS
This .83 acre neighborhood park is centrally located off Candlelite Drive and 1 mile from
Bluff Road Park. It consists of a playground, a picnic shelter with tables and a grille.
- Starr Walking Track VIEW DETAILS
100 feet from the Fire Department. This location has a playground!
- Steele Street Park VIEW DETAILS
Steele Street Park is a 5 acre park located in the Steele Street neighborhood between Berry Street and McGee Street. It includes a picnic shelter, girlss, children’s play equipemtn, restroom facilities, one lighted basetball court, a grass area, and a water spray park
- Stockman Park VIEW DETAILS
The Stockman Park includes a big area field, and basketball courts.
- Summerhill Park VIEW DETAILS
This park, nestled within Lake Elizabeth Estates residence, on 1.08 acres consists of a basketball court, picnic shelter, playground and security lighting.
- Summers Memorial Park Fitness Trail VIEW DETAILS
The Fitness Trail at Summers Memorial Park enables visitors the opportunity to exercise by walking, which is the most popular form of exercise in the United States. Tree bark is the walking surface for this three quarter mile long trail system. Being able to exercise while enjoying the natural beauty of the Park makes this a unique opportunity. The trail’s walking exercise benefit is supplemented by a twelve exercise stations which will feature instructional signage and permanent exercise equipment to use as the walker follows the Trail. Other amenities associated with the project include three renovated foot bridges, entrance and distance signage, a gazebo, a water fountain, benches, and trash receptacles.
- Sumter National Forest VIEW DETAILS
Wildlife and green space with associated recreation opportunities such as hiking/biking trails, OHV trails, hunting/fishing, and camping at Fell, Lick Fork Lake, and Parsons Mountain developed sites. Peaceful getaway can be obtained in this 118,529-acre woodland forested area which is also adjacent to the Army Corps of Engineer public lands on the east. These lands are adjacent to Clark’s Hill Lake which provides ample water activities.
- Sunnyside Park VIEW DETAILS
Sunnyside Park includes a football field, soccer field, baseball field, restrooms, and a playground.
- Sunset Park VIEW DETAILS
The Sunset Park includes, four baseball fields, two picinic shelters, a half basketball court, playground, restrooms, a walking trail, and two multi-purpose fields.
- Swansea Sports Complex VIEW DETAILS
Swansea Sports Complex includes a baseball field, football field, soccer field, and restrooms.
- Taylor Park VIEW DETAILS
The Taylor Park is located on South Harper Street Extension, Taylor Park is a playground park where many children can walk daily an enjoy the outdoor fun. Full of popular playground activities, this park is an excellent afternoon space for children to play and enjoy the the friendships of everyone in the neighborhood.
- Terry Martin Ball Park VIEW DETAILS
Terry Martin Ball Park is a pet-friendly facility which includes a baseball and soccer field.
- The Aiken State Park VIEW DETAILS
Located in Aiken County, Aiken State Park sits nestled along the South Edisto River in an outdoor-lover��_��__s paradise. Aiken��_��__s most notable attraction is the still, black water of the South Edisto River – fishing and canoeing are both popular here. A 1.7-mile canoe and kayak trail winds down the South Fork of the Edisto River. Fishing for bream, bass and catfish can be enjoyed from along the bank. Aiken State Park is also as rich in its history as it is natural beauty. During the Great Depression, an African American detachment of the Civilian Conservation Corps built the park. Their work can still be seen in some of the remaining structures as well as interpretive signage.
- Thomas C. Pack Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
Thomas C. Pack Memorial Park includes a baseball field, a walking track, playground, and picnic shelter.
- Timmons Park VIEW DETAILS
This park 26.6 acres large. Here you will find a lighted baseball field, lighted tennis courts, playground, picnic shelter, mountain bike trail, and 18-hole disc golf course.
- Timrod Park VIEW DETAILS
18 acres at 400 Timrod Park Drive has 14 lighted tennis courts, 7 pickleball courts, a playground, picnic areas, a picnic shelter, a gazebo, a fitness area, an amphitheater, nature trails and two rain gardens.
- Tindal Park VIEW DETAILS
The Tindal Park includes two tennis courts, a basketball court, and playground.
- Tollison Gym and Tilghman Park VIEW DETAILS
Tollison Gymnasium and Tilghman Park includes a gymnasium and baseball fields.
- Trade Street Park VIEW DETAILS
The Trade Street park includes a recently improved double tennis court facility that funded with a grant from the SC Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism and Florence County.
- Trailblazer Park VIEW DETAILS
Located in Travelers Rest, SC near the Blue Ridge Mountains and Furman University, Trailblazer Park is the regions newest performing arts and cultural center_ featuring panoramic mountain views, a covered pavilion that hosts the Travelers Rest Farmers Market, festival grounds, and an open-air amphitheater. Cyclists and pedestrians can access Trailblazer Park via a spur trail connection to the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail, a multi-use greenway system that runs along the Reedy River connecting the old railway system between Greenville and Travelers Rest.
- Trailhead Park VIEW DETAILS
Trailhead park includes a basketball court, chairs, picnic areas, a playground, restrooms, sand box, and trail access.
- Trenholm Park VIEW DETAILS
Visit a piece of RCRC history. Trenholm Park was the very first park opened by the Richland County Recreation Commission back in 1968. The park offers programs and services that enrich the quality of life for persons of all ages and abilities. Children who participate benefit from a safe and positive family oriented environment. Adults benefit from services that improve health and wellness through diverse recreational opportunities that enhance the overall well-being. This 10.7-acre facility includes a recreation building with a gym, game room, club room; eight lighted tennis courts; playground; swimming pool and newly renovated pool house; a lighted Little League baseball field; lighted Little League softball field; football/soccer field; picnic facilities with shelter.
- Tryon Park and Recreation Center VIEW DETAILS
This facility is the central location for the Greer Cultural Arts and Tennis Academy offices. The park features six lighted tennis courts (George Crossland Courts) and a fellowship hall. The Tryon Recreation Center is home not only to a wonderful tennis facility, but also houses many recreation programs including Cultural Arts rehearsals and performances.
- Tuskegee Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
During World War II, the Walterboro Army Airfield served as a training ground for a group of Tuskegee Airmen. This monument celebrates the courage, bravery, dedication and successes of African-American Pilots that fought during World War II.
- Union Street Golf Alley & Ball Field VIEW DETAILS
Union Street Golf Alley & Ball Field includes a baseball field, football field, playground, volleyball court, and picnic shelter.
- University Park VIEW DETAILS
The University Park includes a small creek, which includes a playground.
- Vance Community Park VIEW DETAILS
The Vance Community Park includes a picnic shelter, a basketball court, basketball court, and a playground.
- Verner Springs Park VIEW DETAILS
The Verner Springs Park includes a playground.
- Veterans Memorial Park VIEW DETAILS
Vetermins Memorial Park is a pet-friendly facility which is open year-round and includes a picnic area and a playground.
- Veteran’s Park VIEW DETAILS
Veteran’s Park is located on Lebanon Rd in Pendleton SC and has 3 Picnic Shelters, a Playground, Walking Trail, 3 Base Ball Fields and a Concessions Pavilion with Restrooms.
- Veterans Park VIEW DETAILS
Florence Veteran’s Park is a 6 acre park, and features an amphitheater, a Wall of Honor, benches, trees and other landscaping.
- Vincent Street Park VIEW DETAILS
Vincent Street Park includes a playground, four basketball courts and one picnic shelter.
- Viola/Thompson Gardner Park VIEW DETAILS
The Viola/Thompson Gardner Park includes a playground.
- Virginia Acres Park VIEW DETAILS
The Virginia Acres Park is a pet friendly area, which includes picnic shelters, playgounds, walking tracks, tennis, racquetball, and basketball courts.
- Virginia Hylton Park VIEW DETAILS
The Virginia Hylton Park includes a grill, playground, restroom facilities, and walking trails.
- W.C. Nettles Park VIEW DETAILS
Nettles Park includes an administrative office, two lighted adult softball fields, two lighted baseball fields, one lighted girls softball field, seven lighted tennis courts, three soccer fields (two lighted), play structure, picnic shelter, dog park, and restrooms.
- W.L. Mills Fitness Park VIEW DETAILS
From the parking area, you will walk a flat, paved asymmetrical loop located in the Town of Prosperity diagonally across from the town park. Lights around the walking path allow you use the trail during the cooler part of the day. There are no facilities in the park, so bring your own water.
- Walter Elisha Park VIEW DETAILS
Walter Elisha Park is a 12-acre park located on North White Street between Ardrey Street and Sidney Johnson Street that offers several amenities such as a walking trail, playground facilities, and a large green space that is home to the Town’s annual “The SC Strawberry Festival”. It includes a .6 mile walking trail, children’s play equipment, and large green space.
- Ware Shoals Park VIEW DETAILS
Running 200 miles from Green_ville to Colum_bia, the Saluda River offers plenty of opportunity for fishing, tubing, kayaking ��_��__ and rock hopping.
- Wassamassaw Community Park VIEW DETAILS
This community park in a Summerville neighborhood has a nice playground, basketball courts, picnic shelters, and a paved walking path. There are two off-leash dog areas here, one for small dogs, and one for larger dogs.
- Watson Park VIEW DETAILS
Watson Park is a pet-friendly facility which includes play equipment, picnic tables, and grills.
- Wee Tee State Forest VIEW DETAILS
Wee Tee contains more than 12 miles of river frontage and is primarily bottomland hardwood and coastal flood plain habitats. Included in the property is a 200-acre lake and numerous ponds and oxbows. These bottomlands and aquatic systems provide excellent fish and wildlife habitat. It is considered one of the most significant tracts of land in the Santee River floodplain.
- Welcome Park VIEW DETAILS
The Welcome Park includes a playground, and picinic shelter.
- Wells Japanese Garden VIEW DETAILS
This small park has some interesting plants and decorations around two ponds. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
- Wells Park VIEW DETAILS
Wells Park includes greenspace for various activities.
- Wenwood Soccer Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Wenwood Soccer Complex includes six full sized fields (5 lighted), a concession stand, and bathroom facilities.
- West Cambridge Park VIEW DETAILS
The West Cambridge Park is located at 451 Grove Street in the City of Greenwood. This 11 acre park offers an open-air pavilion, picnic shelters, benches, playground, public restrooms and a walking/biking trail.
- West Columbia Soccer Complex VIEW DETAILS
The West Columbia Soccer Complex includes soccer fields, restrooms, and a picnic shelter.
- West Wateree Park VIEW DETAILS
West Wateree Park includes three lighted ball fields, concession and restroom facility.
- Westside Aquatic Complex/District Park VIEW DETAILS
The Westside Aquatic Complex includes an indoor competition pool and therapy pool, a fun zone, concessions, aerobic equipment, and programs for youth, adults, and seniors. The Westside park includes a large shelter with a grill, fireplace, electrical power, 14 picnic tables, a playground, and restrooms.
- Whitmire Athletic Complex VIEW DETAILS
The Whitmire Athletic Complex includes multipurpose fields, a baseball field, softball field, picnic shelters, and restrooms.
- Whitmire Golf Course VIEW DETAILS
The Whitmire Golf Course includes a playground, picnic shelter, and restrooms.
- Williamston Mineral Springs Park VIEW DETAILS
Williamston’s Mineral Spring Park is possibly the third oldest public park in the country. Mineral Spring Park is located in the center of downtown and adjacent to other recreational areas that include baseball and soccer fields, Mineral Spring Trail and a Veterans Park.
- Willie Lee Robinson Park VIEW DETAILS
This park is a pet-friendly facility which includes a baseball field.
- Willowbrook Park VIEW DETAILS
The Willowbrook Park includes a playground and basketball courts with restrooms, a shelter, and a greenway walking trail.
- Windjammer Park VIEW DETAILS
Windjammer Park is one of our older and more popular parks in Tega Cay. Windjammer Park is used throughout the warmer months by residents who enjoy relaxing by the lake. On 1 side of the point is a beach and lake swimming area. There are a few playground pieces on the beach as well as further up the point next to the covered picnic shelter, restrooms and scenic overlook. On the right side of the point is a small area for boaters who wish to visit the park. Windjammer is also available for PARTY RENTALS, and many make use of its gorgeous views of Lake Wylie for weddings and receptions. During the summer months, Windjammer Park is the home of the award winning Carolina Show Ski Team. Every Friday night, the team puts on free water ski shows for residents and skiing enthusiasts. Parking at Windjammer Park is by permit only (with the exception of Carolina Show Ski Team events). Permits may be obtained at the City Administration Office and are free for residents/ $100 for non-residents.
- Windsong Bay Park VIEW DETAILS
Windsong Bay Park includes chairs, picnic areas, a playground, tables, and trail access.
- Winthrop Park VIEW DETAILS
This 5-acre park offers a youth ball field, a tennis practice board, and a playground.
- Wise Street Park VIEW DETAILS
Wise Street Park includes a baseball/softball field, a playground, basketball court with restrooms and shelter.
- Withlacoochee Park VIEW DETAILS
Withlacoochee Park includes tennis courts, and playground equipment.
- Wooded Valley Park VIEW DETAILS
The Wooded Valley Park includes a playground, benches, and a grill.
- Woodland Park VIEW DETAILS
Woodland Park has tennis courts, picnic tables, a baseball diamond and a playground as well as a community center. The playground has been renovated recently- the play equipment is in excellent condition. This is a very neat play structure with lots of different climbing activities. The area is not shaded but the surrounding grassy area has plenty of shade, including the swings which are separate from the rest of the play structure. Water and restrooms are available in the community center as well as a gymnasium. The community center has computers with internet access.
- Woodlands Walk at Riverbanks Zoo & Botantical Gardens VIEW DETAILS
Step back in time with a self-guided journey along the River Trail. The 3/10-mile paved pathway begins at the end of the Saluda River Bridge and curves through woodlands along the river’s edge to the Saluda Mill ruins and Interpretive Center. There you can learn about the rich history of the area and see what remains of the first water-powered textile mill in South Carolina. Along the way enjoy scenic views of the river and an abundance of wildlife and native plants. The River Trail is stroller and wheelchair accessible.
- Woods Bay State Park VIEW DETAILS
Woods Bay State Park offers a close-up look at one of the last remaining large Carolina Bays on the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain. The 1,590-acre park, located in the coastal plains region, features a wide range of habitats including marsh, sandhills, oak-hickory forest and shrub bog. The habitats of Woods Bay can be explored by taking the nature trail encircling the mill pond or by walking the length of the 1,150 foot boardwalk, which provides views of alligators in the cypress tupelo swamp. The best way to see the park is by following a canoe trail which takes paddlers past the Carolina Bays, elliptical depressions which appear swampy but remain dry.
- Woodside Park VIEW DETAILS
Woodside Park is Fountain Inn’s largest park. It is located at 700 Woodside Avenue. The park
has three clay infields for youth and adult baseball and softball. The park also has a large multipurpose
field in the middle that is used for our youth recreation practices and many special
events. There is a 100 person picnic shelter and walking trail located at the back of the
park. There are plans to remodel the park soon that was first built in 1988. The rendering of
the remodeled park is shown to the left.
- Woodward Park VIEW DETAILS
The Woodward Park includes two lighted tennis courts, one lighted soccer field, five baseball/softball fields, a golf course, picinic shelter, and restrooms.
- Workman Street Park VIEW DETAILS
A basketball court, playground and ball field are part of this 4.8 acre park.
- Young Park VIEW DETAILS
Young Park includes two baseball fields, one soccer field, a covered picnic shelter, a playground, and walking track.