This park is perfect for a family, couples, friends, or solo stroll. Great place to walk your dog or have a picnic, if it's not Hazy, Hot, and HUMID! Great views of the harbor, and of course it's full of history.
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If you are staying in Charleston, don't plan to spend much time here, but use it as a location for a leisurely evening stroll. You can enjoy all the sights of the homes, palms, locals, and history on your way. The park also typically has...More
Bring a blanket and relax under the oaks at Battery Point. Parking is tight so be sure to drive the entire length of Murray Blvd to check for available spots. You can fish from the sidewalk if you choose to and it's a nice walk...More
This clean park presents great views of the Atlantic Ocean and Fort Sumter. The park itself has artifacts of cannons, cannon balls, and statues. Across the street is the Two Meeting Street Inn also known as the "wedding cake house" because Martha William's merchant father...More
a great place to walk and enjoy the water as well as the garden area. gives information on the history of the battery and what took place during the war.
Take a walk to the Battery to find some peace and experience a nice stroll. If you don't have time though, don't feel like you have to visit the Battery/park area to make your trip complete. It isn't a big deal if you miss it.
The park is The United States of America personified! The rich military history, large shade tress, and awesome views make this a must on the to-do list for everyone going to visit Charleston! When you visit he sure to take your time going through the...More
This park has sooo much history. Pirate hangings and all !! The old homes facing are just too unreal to describe and the old trees with the hanging moss. You just have to go and see
Great park on the waterfront with lots of space for every activity. Dog friendly. Accomodating to large groups as well as couples who are looking for some romantic time. Great monuments as well. Lots of history to this area. Reminiscent of Forsyth Park in Savannah.