Isle of Palms County Park
Isle of Palms County Park is located on one of the more upscale, family friendly, and non-commercialized beaches in the Charleston area. With over 600 feet of oceanfront, this county park is a great place to enjoy a day at the beach. The park has picnic tables and grills, so beach goers can pack a picnic lunch or grab a snack at the concessions stand. The park also boasts boardwalks, sand volleyball, and a children’s playground. The park does not charge an admission fee, but charges for parking. This is a popular park, so visitors need to arrive early in the summer, especially on the weekends, because parking is limited.
Isle of Palms County Park Photos
Isle of Palms County Park Hours and Admission
January - April: 10 am - Sunset
May - Labor Day 9 am - 8 pm
September - December: 10 am - Sunset
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day
January and February - $5
March & April - $10
May - Labor Day - $15 Monday - Friday and $20 Saturdays, Sundays and holidays
September & October - $10
November and December - $5
Walk-Ins/Bicyclists - Free
Isle of Palms County Park Address and Map
Features and Amenities of Isle of Palms
- Dressing Areas
- Outdoor Showers
- Lifeguards (Seasonal)
- Sand Volleyball Court
- Picnic Area
- Snack Bar (Seasonal)
- Beach Chair and Umbrella Rental (Seasonal)
The Isle of Palms County Park
Rules and Regulations
- No alcohol permitted.
- Parents should remain with children at all times.
- Boats, surfboards, and motorized watercraft are not permitted in the designated swimming area.
- Walk your bicycles on on boardwalks and ramps.
- Dogs on the beach must be leashed.
- Fishing is not allowed in designated swimming areas.
- Use designated crossovers.
- Fires allowed only in cooking grills.
- Removal or disturbance of natural resources or wildlife is prohibited.
- Firearms and fireworks are prohibited.
- Smoking is prohibited
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