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Posted on: March 8, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Explore your county parks for free on March 24!

Image of family at Palmetto Islands County Park


(CHARLESTON) -- Come enjoy all the play with none of the pay during Customer Appreciation Day at Charleston County Parks! On Sunday, March 24, Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission says “thank you” by offering free gate admission to Ravenel Caw Caw Interpretive Center, North Charleston Wannamaker, Mount Pleasant Palmetto Islands and James Island County Parks. Plus, delight in free parking at Kiawah Beachwalker Park, Isle of Palms County Park, and the Folly Beach Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier, where fishing is also free for the day! The Mount Pleasant Pier will also offer complimentary fishing on March 24, but parking fees will still apply.

Accept our invitation for a fun-filled day of adventure with no admission fees. If you have never visited your county parks, this is a great opportunity to explore them for free! Whisk the family away to palmetto-lined vistas, savor a picnic lunch along tidal creeks, or stroll leisurely on self-guided nature trails. All of this and much more can be found at your Charleston County Parks. And on Customer Appreciation Day, it’s free!

March 24 could also be your lucky day! While in the parks, visitors can register for a chance to win waterpark passes, fishing passes, and the CCPRC Gold Pass membership. (Register on site at Caw Caw Interpretive Center, Palmetto Islands, Wannamaker or James Island County Parks, Isle of Palms County Park, Kiawah Beachwalker Park, the Folly Beach Fishing Pier or the Mount Pleasant Pier.) Charleston County Parks’ Gold Pass affords pass holders many privileges - from unlimited vehicle gate admission into seven county park facilities and many special events for one full year, to receipt of a VIP coupon booklet packed full of park-related discounts.

Check for more information on free programs and activities that will also be hosted at the parks on March 24.

The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission wants to thank you for your support with free gate admission as well as activities for the entire family on Sunday, March 24. Make it your special day!

Read more about the free special activities offered at each park at the link below.

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