Walkers, joggers, and runners: come explore your wild side on the scenic nature trails at Caw Caw Interpretive Center. Caw Caw is actively managed for a variety of wildlife and a favored habitat for rare wildlife, so there is also the chance you may see a "wild thing" or two! An award ceremony with local food and beverages will be held immediately afterward.
To help preserve and protect our natural resources and interpretive trails, dogs are not permitted.
Please be aware that the course offers occasional areas of uneven terrain and varies from hard-packed trails with roots to grass and boardwalks. Strollers are not recommended.
Keep the kiddos (ages 6-12) entertained while you run.
Greta Caldwell of the Charleston County Library will read Maurice Sendak's classic Where the Wild Things Are throughout the morning.
Free pop-in family-friendly yoga: yoga instructor Jennifer Marvel has been in the field of health and wellness for 20 years and has been a children's yoga educator since 2012. She has co-authored an 18-hour adult-kids yoga teacher training manual and has trained over 200 adults to bring yoga into the lives of children. Jennifer currently teaches yoga and mindfulness classes in Montessori, public, and private schools all over Charleston.
Special thank you to our sponsors! For information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact the Sponsorship Aide at 843-762-2172 or by email.
We reserve the right to use photos or videos taken of visitors while they are at Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission facilities or events for publicity purposes. Please lock your vehicle, and remove valuables from view. CCPRC is not responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen property. Park fees, operating schedules, and hours are subject to change without notice.