So far, the Greenbelt Program has protected 20,530 acres of land in Charleston County. $94 million has been awarded and $2 million remains for urban projects only. The program is funded by the Transportation Sales Tax, which was approved in a county-wide referendum on Nov. 2, 2004. It is expected to raise $1.3 billion for Charleston County over 25 years. Of the $1.3 billion, $221 million is designated for Greenbelts.

Charleston County Parks Tea Farm Creek

The Nature Conservancy's Hampton Plantation

Ten Mile Community's Seafood Lane Park

Lowcountry Open Land Trust Belle Vista Bluff

City of North Charleston's Lambert Street Park

City of Charleston's Ellis Oaks Park