MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD) — The Charleston County Parks released information about which parks are now open following Hurricane Matthew’s impacts in South Carolina.
The following parks and facilities resumed normal operations:
- Kiawah Beachwalker Park
- Mount Pleasant Palmetto Islands County Park
- Laurel Hill County Park – select trails will remain closed for the time being due to flooding (blue and green)
- McLeod Plantation Historic Site – will re-open for normal operations Thursday, October 13
- North Charleston Wannamaker County Park
- James Island County Park, including The Outdoor Zone at James Island County Park (Climbing Wall, Slackline Park). Some areas of the Disc Golf Course are currently still flooded.
- Isle of Palms County Park
- Mount Pleasant Pier
- Folly Beach County Park
- Folly Beach Pier
- Cooper River Marina
- CCPRC Park & Program Services, located at the Headquarters Building
Other Charleston County Parks will be reopening as conditions allow. Closed facilities that are undergoing cleanup work before resuming operations include Caw Caw Interpretive Center and Mullet Hall Equestrian Center. Stay tuned to CharlestonCountyParks.com for updates).