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Mount Pleasant Palmetto Islands County Park
444 Needlerush Parkway
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
843-884-0832 or 843-795-4386

Printer-Friendly Park Reference Guide

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.

Admission allows you to enjoy: Collage.gif
  • Nature Island
  • 50-foot observation tower with play area
  • Open meadow for games
  • Tidal creek fishing* and crabbing dock
  • Paved trails for walking, biking, and skating
  • Nature trails
  • Picnic sites with tables and grills
  • Big Toy playground
  • Kayak launch 
  • Dog park off-leash area 
  • Sand volleyball court
  • Horseshoe pits
Amenities available for reasonable costs: 
*The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources requires a saltwater fishing license to fish the tidal creeks. More information can be found here.

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Don't Forget: The dog park at Palmetto Islands County Park is closed for routine maintenance every Wednesday morning from 7am-10am.

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Bring a can and save Monday through Thursday at the Holiday Festival of Lights! Recieve $5 off your admission select nights when you bring a non-perishable food item for donation to the Lowcountry Food Bank Read on...

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Folly Pier Diamond Closed to Fishing Through December 31 Final work on the pier's pile encapsulation project is scheduled for completion by the end of the year. Most of the diamond will remain open to the public, but fishing will not be allowed on that section of the pier.

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