Mount Pleasant's waterfront pier as photographed by The Digitel

Sunsets, Fishing, Celebrations and More Possible at the Park

There’s probably not a person alive who dislikes walking along the waterfront watching the sunset.

 

 

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In the shadow of the Bridge is one of Mount Pleasant’s fave destinations

All are possible at Mount Pleasant’s distinctive Waterfront Park which sits in the shadow of the Ravenel Bridge, itself remarkable as the third largest cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere. The park is complete with paved walkways that are accessible for all residents, an event space and fishing spots this popular park serves as a destination for many events.

 

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From weddings to family picnics to reunions you can find all kinds of activities taking place in this incredible location. Open daily from 6 a.m. to 11 pm. It is located at 99 Harry Hallman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant. 

 

The Town’s recreation department has held family focused movies on the lawn as well as the annual Blessing of the Fleet celebration. Another favorite festival which takes place in the park is the yearly Sweetgrass Festival

 

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The Mount Pleasant Pier at the Waterfront Park is a Charleston County Park facility. According to their website, the Pier is a “Part of the Memorial Waterfront Park complex.” It is 1,250 feet long and “stretches out into Charleston Harbor under the foot of the Arthur Ravenel, Jr. Bridge. The pier’s foundation was created from pared-down pilings from the old Silas N. Pearman Bridge.”  Located on site is the River Watch Cafe, waterfront swings and rocking chairs and picnic tables for relaxation, and you may even rent rods and reels. The park is free to visit, but there is a fee for fishing. Be advised, no dogs or leashed animals other than service animals are allowed.

Charleston County Parks also holds a Cheers on the Pier series at the Park. The series is billed as a way to “Wrap up your workday on the Mount Pleasant Pier with live music, craft beer, good friends, and a gorgeous sunset.” 

If you have a wedding coming up in your family, you might want to check out two amazing venues at the park. The Cooper River Room and the Sweet Grass Pavillion at The Park both boast amazing views of the Cooper River. 

 

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The Park is just another reason why Mount Pleasant is one of the ideal places to call home in the South Carolina Lowcountry.

Featured image credit: Flickr User Charleston’s The Digitel