So far, the Greenbelt Program has protected 21,170 acres of land in Charleston County. $96 million has been awarded and $1.9 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.
James Island Rec. Center Off Leash Dog Park
Future Park Site on Toogoodoo Creek
Working Farm Land, Edisto Island
Town of Kiawah's ADA Compliant Access to Kiawah River
Magnolia Community Garden, St. Andrews Area
Sullivan's Island's Station 16 Nature Trail
Thornhill Farms, McClellanville
City of Charleston’s Magnolia Park and Community Gardens
At the intersection of Sycamore Avenue and Magnolia Road, West Ashley sits a nearly 4 acre property that is both a passive
park space and a place for the community to garden. The Magnolia Park and Community Gardens is owned by the City of Charleston
and managed by the Charleston Parks Conservancy. The property was purchased with funds from the Charleston County Urban Greenbelt
Program. Please visit the site and take a picture then post it to Instagram using the hashtag #ccgreenbelt!
Click here for more pictures and information on the Magnolia Park and Community Gardens