Hampton Park

Park
Mary Murray Dr (at Cleveland St)
Charleston, SC 29403

Tips

  • Hampton Park has an exercise route -- complete with workout & stretching signage so you can complete activities at each post. Try it! Encourage your kids to workout with you.
  • Play frisbee. People watch. Bring a picnic. Wander next door to Moe's for drinks.
  • A great park for running, biking, rollerblading and bird watching.
  • Great park in Charleston to relax.
  • Great for a picnic or walk. Especially pretty when there are flowers in bloom. Fun event location.
  • From #TLSponChat: @SCaquarium: Love to hang out in Hampton Park. More folks discover it every day.
  • Hampton Park is a beautiful gathering place for Charleston Events & charity functions; like "WalkforRides.org" - @CHS
  • Don't forget the bug spray!
  • Many historians believe that Hampton Park in Charleston, SC was the place of origin of Memorial Day. Watch this C-SPAN AHTV video for more info on Hampton Park.
  • The Parcourse is a great workout that goes around the whole park.
  • great park
  • The prettiest park in Charleston! Beautiful trees and lots of ducks in the fountain
  • Holy Spokes has bike share depot near the parking lot by the pond
  • Park open just not to cars...
  • This place is great for a picnic! !!
  • GREAT location for picnics, day drinking, reading under the sun, and general frolicking
  • So many good memories here. It was the playground of my childhood. Used to live a block away! #goodtimes
  • Worth the trip! Bring a picnic and sprawl out beside the beautiful gardens. Sit near the fountain and wait for a breeze. Jog around its 1-mile perimeter/original race track.
  • Join us as we play "Motownmadness!" for the Piccolo Spoleto Finale. June 9, 5-9:30 p.m. Admission is free.
  • Teddy Bear Picnic: Great, free family event on April 22, 2012! Hosted by the Charleston Parks Conservancy.

Nearby places

714 Rutledge Ave (Francis Street)
730 Rutledge Ave (Grove Street)
217 Huger St (btwn Hanover St & Morrison Dr)