Allan Park is a perfect example of the Charleston Parks Conservancy’s mission to increase quality, awareness, appreciation, and usage of Charleston City Parks. The transformation of Allan Park achieves this goal of connecting neighbors to each other, reinvigorating a historic park, and bringing a community together to celebrate and take pride in its own shared public space.
Cannon Park is a historic park in downtown Charleston. It features the Greek-style columns which are the last remains of the old Charleston Museum. The grass area is used extensively by dog owners and a small playground is a welcome spot for kids.
The Charleston Parks Conservancy raised nearly $75,000 for the transformation of one of CHarleston's hidden treasures, Corrine Jones Park. Located at 36 Marlow Drive, this park now offer recreational, gardening and community gathering activites for everyone to enjoy.
The King Street side of Marion Square now blooms almost year-round, giving locals and visitors plenty to enjoy as they stroll through one of the city’s busiest public spaces. The Conservancy and its volunteer Park Angels continue to maintain the beds throughout the year.
The Charleston Parks Conservancy, the City of Charleston, adjoining neighborhoods, and local businesses all partnered to complete a renovation of McMahon Playground along Cleveland Street. The renovation included new playground equipment, beautiful pathways lined with new trees and plants, fencing, ground cover, bathroom upgrades, and benches.