Beachwalker Park – Charleston, South Carolina
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Beachwalker County Park is the only public beach access on Kiawah Island. There are 11 miles of pristine, open beach at the park, and lifeguards are on duty seasonally to watch over swimmers. The park is a great place to spend the day with friends and family, offering unmatched ocean and river views. There are also restrooms, picnic areas with grills, outdoor showers, a seasonal snack bar, and boardwalk trails.
Melanie says “one of my favorite activities, and main form of exercise, is to bicycle to Charleston‘s Beachwalker County Park and bike on the beach. It is great exercise, wonderfully relaxing, and offers a chance to observe the ever-changing and beautiful coastline. On this particular evening I had rushed home after working at the Hollings Cancer Center, and hurried to the beach to catch the last minutes of daylight. The tides were extremely high this week due to the new moon. This beautiful view of the Kiawah River from Beachwalker Park forced me to slow down, focus on the moment, and appreciate my good fortune to be living in the SC Lowcountry.”
Learn more about the Beachwalker County Park here.
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