Park Island

Recreational Complex

Park West residents have a lot to be happy about. After all, they live just miles from the beach, world-renowned arts and entertainment, fine dining, exquisite gardens, professional sports teams and so much more.

Historic Charleston is internationally acclaimed for its antebellum architecture, superb restaurants and a vibrant arts scene. One may take in a Riverdogs baseball game, visit the brand new South Carolina Aquarium, or enjoy the annual Spoleto Festival ... the possibilities in this first-class port city are endless. See Charleston Area Convention & Visitors Bureau - Charleston, SC

Even if they stay at home, Park West residents may just become the most athletic people in the Town of Mount Pleasant. With a 59-acre recreation center in their backyards they certainly have the opportunity. Along with the amenities that Park West residents already enjoy, these 59 acres are dedicated solely to recreational use and include baseball aRecreationnd softball diamonds, soccer fields, football fields, a track for runners and walkers, a 4,000-square-foot facility for administration, community meetings and indoor programs, an indoor swimming facility, and an outdoor lake for swimming.

Then there is the Park West's Amenity and Tennis Club where you and your family can enjoy Pooltennis, a junior Olympic pool with a Summer Kitchen, a kiddy pool, a children's playground, and a multi-purpose swimming pool that features a "zero entry" point at one end, and an "in-pool" volleyball court at the other. The "zero entry" end includes four hydro-jet fountains to provide a relaxing view for adults and fun for the young children. Additionally, there is a large swimming area at the center of the pool for adults, as well as a hydrotherapy pool that includes underwater bench seating. Adjacent to the tennis courts is a Park West community clubhouse for homeowner activities. Click here for further information.

Other recreational outlets include approximately six miles of bike and hiking paths; four and a half miles of the winding Toomer and Darrell Creeks, with a crabbing dock at the Masonborough Park, and a business center chucked full of shopping and personal service opportunities.

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