This park is characterized by its marsh-oriented setting. Winding paths through a natural Lowcountry setting make Barfield Park a favorite place to take a quiet walk or run. A picnic gazebo is located at the edge of the park and makes a great place for a small-to -medium sized gathering of friends and neighbors.
For information about renting the gazebo at Barfield Park for a special event, please contact Barbara McLaughlin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843.971.4401.
Children’s Park is located on the banks of the scenic Wando River and is maintained by the City of Charleston. It features a water-oriented play area that is a favorite among island children, running, walking and biking trails along the riverfront and a community pier for fishing and crabbing.
Codner’s Ferry Park
Codner’s Ferry Park is a one-acre park located in one of Daniel Island’s earliest neighborhoods. It features open space for field games, a picnic area and a playground complete with a play-and-swing set.
For information about renting Codner’s Ferry Park for a special event, please contact Barbara McLaughlin at email@example.com or 843.971.4401.
Construction has begun on the new Edgefield Park amenity. This facility will include an Olympic-sized pool with three 25-meter lap lanes, a beach entry and water feature, as well as a new gathering space that will be available for rentals and community functions. In addition to a catering kitchen, bathrooms and large open-air area, a second-story screened porch will overlook some of the island’s beautiful marsh vistas. These new amenities are scheduled to open in the Spring of 2017.
Etiwan Park was the first neighborhood established on Daniel Island with its focal point a six-acres park that is owned and maintained by the City of Charleston. The park features athletic fields, basketball and volleyball courts, and a playground.
Governor’s Park is located downtown Daniel Island and is maintained by the City of Charleston. It features soccer fields and basketball courts, a dog run, waterfront trails, playground and more.
Pierce Park is a central gathering place on the island, especially during the summer months. The Olympic-sized pool is climate-controlled and an outdoor event pavilion with Wando River views features bathrooms and a catering kitchen. The park also has a large playground and paved parking. Pierce Park is the location for many of the programs and events sponsored by the POA.
For information about renting the Pierce Park Pavilion for a special event, please contact Danielle Hermann at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843-971-4405.
Pierce Park Pool Guidelines (download)
Pavilion Rental Agreement (download)
Scott Park is ideally situated between the Codner’s Ferry and Etiwan Park neighborhoods. It features a climate-controlled pool, picnic areas with charcoal grills and a playground.
For information about renting Scott Park Pool for a special event, please contact Dani Hermann at email@example.com or 843.971.4405.
Scott Park Pool Guidelines (download)
Scott Park Pool Rental Agreement (download)
Smythe Park is the island’s largest park at 22-acres in size and is a favorite location for events and programs hosted by both the POA and residents. The park includes an 11-acre lake with a kayak dock, numerous pedestrian trails – including a history trail – and several picnic areas. A pirate-themed playground is located on the southeast edge of the park.
For information about renting Smythe Park for a special event, please contact Barbara McLaughlin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843.971.4401.
email@example.com or 843.971.4401.