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White Point Garden

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  • Location: 2 Murray Drive, Charleston, South Carolina 29401
  • Size: 6.54 Acres
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I visited Charleston today with my fiancé.  I was extremely perturbed by what I witnessed in White Points Garden (Battery Park):  young people had hammocks hanging by chains in the gorgeous old trees, one guy climbed and was reclining on a branch in another tree, and two idiotic young women were both on one large, very low limb of another tree, bouncing up and down ” riding” it, while another idiot took pictures.  I was so upset to see the disregard for these gorgeous old trees! and nobody in site to stop these activities.  How sad! Sad for the trees and everyone who has the sense to respect, appreciate, and enjoy them.
Carlotta Ramos

By Carlotta Ramos on Apr 6th, 2014

The reason why I love Charleston so much is because people are able to enjoy whatever they want to enjoy. Carlotta, it’s a tree people climb it. They are enjoying themselves. What is the harm in it? Anyone can play in the fountains at waterfront park. Should that be stopped as well? Let people enjoy things as they want to enjoy it. If you don’t like it, look the other way and keep it moving.  If it’s not illegal, of course.

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