White Point Gardens / Battery Park
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- JeiSep. 26, 2020Great Place To Walk
Stunning views and a perfect walk along the ocean. The park is so cute with gorgeous trees. The historical houses are a site to see.
- LynetteJan. 7, 2020Beautiful Gardens
Very friendly and responsible dog owners at the park. We kept our dog on a leash because it’s not fenced but he had a great time with the other dogs.
- EileenOct. 11, 2018Nice shady park
Lovely spot to find some shade after a walking tour South of Broad. Stayed for the sunset. Nice photo ops.
- AmyMore than a year agoGorgeous Setting!
We love taking our dog to the park to relax in the shade and read a book. Only complaint is that there is no bathroom close by. Still earns 5 bones for how beautiful it is.
- JeffMore than a year agoFun Park
Our Miss Jellybean had a good time sniffing around this park.
- SeanMore than a year agoPlenty of shade
An entire block along the waterfront of park. Perfect for a quick walk. Lots of shade.
- TriciaMore than a year agoNovember 29, 2014
Park (free 2 hr parking) and walk your pup on leash in the grassy area underneath the canopy of the old oak trees covered in Spanish moss or walk the paved perimeter along the beautiful waterfront. We spotted dolphins from the waterfront here. We enjoyed walking our dog here and will definitely be back!
- ChrisMore than a year agoWatch your step
Park was a lot of fun and the other dog owner were very accomodating (our littlest hss a nipping issue we found out). Only complaint is that the dogs all play in the middle of the park but the dog bags and trash cans are at the entrances so a lot of people don't pick up.
- MattMore than a year agoBeautiful Historic Site
Charleston appears to be a very dog friendly town. This park isn't fenced in, and has many visitors who aren't here with their dogs. We kept Fredthedog on his leash and enjoyed the historic sights and visiting with some local dogs who are more comfortable with this setting.
- JulieMore than a year agoDog
Nobody in Charleston calls it Battery Park. Southern Living Magazine calls it Battery Park, but they don't know any better. Battery Park is in New York.
It is White Point Garden, and if you like squirrels, this is the place for you.