Logan Street Triangle Park Renovation

In 2013 The Conservancy, with the help of the the Rotary Club of Charleston - Breakfast, the City of Charleston, and our Park Angels, planted new life in this public park.

Marion Square Renovation

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.

McMahon Playground Renovation

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.

Medway Park and Community Garden Renovation

In November 2015, the Charleston Parks Conservancy expanded its community garden program into James Island with the opening of Medway Park and Community Garden.

Moultrie Playground Renovation

Since November 2016, a group of neighbors has been focused on raising $300,000 in private funds to revitalize Moultrie Playground. As of June 2020, the Moultrie Park Committee has reached their goal!

Municipal Golf Course Renovation

For the first time in nearly six decades, the city of Charleston has announced plans to renovate its Municipal Golf Course on James Island.

Plymouth Park Renovation

Situated along the beautiful Wappoo Creek, in the Historic Oak-lined neighborhood of Riverland Terrace, sits Plymouth Park. After over 20…

Rose Pavilion at Hampton Park

In August 2015, the City of Charleston approved a lease allowing the Charleston Parks Conservancy to renovate and manage several vacant and deteriorating facilities at Hampton Park, including the obsolete police mounted patrol stable, former concession stand, and the old park superintendent’s cottage.

Stephen Washington Park Renovation

Steven Washington Park aka “Wash Diamond” was the center for recreation in the Grace Triangle Community. People all around Charleston/Dorchester…

St. Julian Devine Renovation

In an effort to improve a well-used park on the upper peninsula, the Charleston Parks Conservancy has partnered with the City of Charleston and the Eastside community on a plan to renovate the playground and park area at St. Julian Devine Center.