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If you're downtown walking around, you have to stop at the Waterfront Park and walk underneath the beautiful oak trees, and around the fountains, and stop at the pier to take in the breathless views of the Cooper River as it empties out into the...More
I can’t deny I love water activities ... Either going fishing , kayaking, paddle boarding, walking next to the ocean and of course being at Riley Waterfront Park in Charleston only to relax made me feel the same! When I visited, there was a huge...More
We stayed at the Vendue so the park was a very short walk away. The park offers a beautiful view of the waterfront and is a nice relaxing walk away from all the traffic in downtown Charleston. The fountains offer a great backdrop for some...More
Before the pier is a lovely fountain and brass maps of the city over the centuries. It was interesting to see how the city grew and changed. The pier has covered seating, a couple of swinging benches, and uncovered seating. Relaxing atmosphere.
It is so relaxing to sit here and watch the boats of all sizes going by, the pelicans diving for fish and occasional dolphins. The pineapple fountain in the park is unique and lovely. We also enjoy looking at the bronze maps of Charleston for...More
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It is a City of Charleston park, so there are definite restrictions. I'd call the city and ask. Parking can be a problem, and there are always LOTS of tourists, so any sort of privacy will be difficult. Not so sure if you... More
It is a City of Charleston park, so there are definite restrictions. I'd call the city and ask. Parking can be a problem, and there are always LOTS of tourists, so any sort of privacy will be difficult. Not so sure if you could "rope off" any section.