Ashley River Park is located near the beautiful scenic side of the Ashley River off of Bacon’s Bridge Road. The site features many amenities and recreation activities for visitors of all ages. The park is open from dawn to dusk daily. Ashley River Park features playgrounds, two picnic shelters, a splash pad, a fishing pond, riverside walking trail, kayak launch, event lawn, and dog parks for both small and large dogs. There is also an event pavilion on site available for full-day rentals. We are currently working on constructing an adventure course and rock climbing wall at this location
Headquartered in the U.S., SUMMIT Trampoline Parks are the world’s premier adventure facilities that offer fun and exercise for people of all ages. We have parks in the U.S., Panama, Dominican Republic, Chile, Uruguay, Colombia and Czech Republic. With brand new facilities and custom-designed parks, you’ll realize it’s hard to find an experience anywhere else that compares to SUMMIT.
With facilities that are typically 20,000-40,000 square feet of indoor jumping space, we can accommodate all ages and group sizes and offer activities that range from regular jumping to dodgeball, basketball dunking, fitness classes to competitive jumping, and parties for birthdays, group events, or just about any other type of event!
Located in the Belk wing of the Citadel Mall, OutSlide In features a giant play structure with 5 slides, 3 party rooms, a toddler area and a Mini City for imagination play!
And don’t worry Moms and Dads, we are open 7 days/week and have a cafe with wifi and lounge areas serving up coffee, snacks, beer, and wine just for you. Some dreams do come true!
Lenevar Park, located in West Ashley, is a neighborhood park. It has four tennis courts, two age-appropriate playgrounds, a baseball/softball field, two half basketball courts and a playground building. The walking trail, which circles the outer perimeter of the park, is a great place to jog, exercise, or walk the dog. This park also has a off-leash dog area.
Brittlebank Park, a 10-acre park on the edge of the Ashley River, is popular with families, fishermen, and attendees of concerts and festivals. The park features trails, paved pathways, a playground, benches, picnic tables, and a fishing pier with a boat dock. The park also has a long narrow stretch of marshlands, which is home to birds and hundreds of native wildflower and plant species. An off-leash area for dogs is available at the north end of the park. The park is open from sunrise to sunset and free parking is available.
Opened in time for the 1997 season, Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park remains one of the premier atmospheres in Minor League Baseball. Named after the city’s longest-serving mayor, “The Joe” is the home of the RiverDogs and The Citadel baseball team.
The facility is named after the long-time former mayor of Charleston, Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Mayor Riley, an avid baseball fan. He is one of the city’s great promoters of the game of baseball, and despite his objections, city council voted unanimously to name the facility in his honor.
The facility is unique in several ways. Its uniqueness stems from the relationships fostered by the City of Charleston, the state of South Carolina (The Citadel) and a private enterprise (RiverDogs).
Riley Park was designed by Populous of Kansas City, MO., known primarily for their work at Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore), Jacobs Field (Cleveland) and Coors Field (Denver), among many others.
With the addition of the Riley Park Club–now known as the Segra Club– in 2017, the ballpark got its first major addition since the stadium was built.
Hampton Park is one of the City of Charleston’s largest parks. It boasts the most extensive floral displays of any park in the city. An old rose collection and seasonal displays are planted by the staff and volunteers caring for the park. This neighborhood park has a rich history recently documented through a project of the Charleston Horticultural Society, an audio walking tour called Layers of the Landscape.
This park is home to many activities year round. Weddings, family reunions and many Frisbee games are but a few of the diverse activities seen in this park. The physical fitness trail is a popular spot for The Citadel students who live next door to the park. The park is an arboretum of sorts with many interesting species of trees and shrubs that grow in the Lowcountry. It is one of the few City of Charleston parks with restrooms and on-site parking.
Our pirate adventure cruise is a thrill seeking, high seas voyage into the Historic Ashley River. Before setting sail on the Black Ghost every child will be transformed into an official member of the Black Ghost Crew. The activity is non-stop with songs to sing, treasure to find and maps to read.
There is no time for lolligagin! Our fallen pirate, Sneaky Pete, steals the key to our sunken treasure!!! Arrrgh!!! We have to defeat him with our water cannons to get it back! The good news though is that we always win!
Your 1½ hour Pirate Adventure Cruise is filled with all things fun! The first 15 minutes are spent on the dock getting the little pirates ready with original pirate names and pirate gear as well as teaching them how to talk like a real pirate crew. Once the crew is ready, we board the ship and head out on the Historic Ashley River for about 1 hour and 15 minutes.