Natural & Cultural History at Your Fingertips
Wouldn’t it be nice to have your own personal interpretive guide describe the natural and cultural history of a county park? North Charleston Wannamaker County Park has made that possible. Through the park’s interpretive cell phone tour, audio recordings, photos, and videos are now at your fingertips.
At 10 stops throughout the park visitors can access information about their surroundings using their personal cell phones. Hear for yourself, sound clips of unique natural and cultural history that formed this Wannamaker County Park and the Lowcountry.
Animals and plants become easy to spot and identify. Learn about the waterways and different environmental zones of the park. Let your cell phone lead the way on a tour that will bring interesting facts to life and greatly enhance park visits.
Using the System
If you have a smart phone with a barcode scanning application, you may also scan QR codes on site to access the tour. Follow your on-screen instructions to view select photos of plants, insects, and animal life you may spot your park visit, as well as helpful diagrams, maps, and more. Patrons using the service will also be encouraged to leave feedback through the phone system so that CCPRC can continually update and improve the tour experience. There is no fee for the tour, but visitors will use their own cell phone minutes.
When visiting Wannamaker, visitors are encouraged to look for 1 of the
10 tour signs to begin their audio and visual tour through the park.