Pocket park with greenspace.
Beresford Creek Boat Landing
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Daniel Island has hundreds of acres of land that are home to beautiful parks, passive and greenspaces. The extensive 25+ mile trail system winds through maritime forest, along the marsh and the water’s edge, and through neighborhoods and the island’s downtown, offering scenic views and a safe and convenient environment for runners, walkers, and cyclists.
Bordered by Dark Timber Street, Chimney Back Street, and Black Powder Lane (Daniel Island Park) Features a pocket park with greenspace and fitness equipment. Residents in the area have nicknamed the site “Bamboo Park” for the fitness equipment’s resemblance to bamboo...
This park is characterized by its marsh-oriented setting. Winding paths through a natural Lowcountry setting make Barfield Park a favorite place to take a quiet walk or run. A picnic gazebo is located at the edge of the park and makes a great place for a...
Pocket park/greenspace with gazebo.
Nature preserve surrounded by marsh and creeks. Adjacent to the Beresford Creek Boat Landing. The site features trails, sitting areas, a fishing dock, and locked storage for kayak and paddleboard rentals.
Located at Beekman and Sailmaker streets. Features a pocket park with greenspace.
Bordered by Bellona and Frissel streets, this park features greenspace and seating.
Located on Bounty Street, with greenspace and seating.
Pond, fishing, seating, boardwalk area, and large oak tree.
Adjacent to River Porch amenity, with a shady playground featuring a “Find the Critters” theme.
Named in honor of Daniel Island’s cattle farming days, which date back to the early to mid-1900s. During the island community’s development, two old cattle troughs were found in the area and were used to create fountains for this park.