The temperate climate and beautiful setting of our parks make them ideal for family outings, a quiet place to enjoy a book, a coffee or a game of soccer or football. Below is a list of 6 that the town of Bluffton operates in and around the Town of Bluffton. (843) 706-4500.
DuBois Park: 67 Lawrence St., playground, open air pavilion, picnic tables, restrooms, benches, open lawn area.
Oyster Factory Park: 63 Wharf St., boat ramp access to the May River, open air pavilion, picnic tables, restrooms, fire/oyster roast pit, view of the May River.
Martin Family Park: 68 Boundary St. The Martin Family Park is a new park located across the street from DuBois Park. With wide-open green spaces and plenty of parking, it’s a great place to meet other families. You’ll find bathrooms next to the parking lot between Green street and Lawrence street. The best feature of this park is its oversized benches and seats which allow plenty of room to sit and enjoy a sunny day. The park is named after Ida Martin, the founder of Bluffton Self Help. Parking Monday through Friday from 9 am till 5 pm.
Rotary Community Center: 7 Recreation Ct., enclosed, air-conditioned space with large wrap-around porch and full-service kitchen, tables, restrooms, open lawn area.
Pritchard Pocket Park: 132 Pritchard St., view of the May River, benches.
Tom Herbkersman Commons: 67 Lawrence St., benches, brick inlay map of Old Town.
New River Trail: 3809-3835 Okatie Hwy., linear recreational trail for walking or running.
In addition to the activities listed above visitors and residents of the Town can fish and boat from the Calhoun Street Dock located at the end of Calhoun Street on the May River.
Beaufort County Parks and Leisure Services offers many opportunities for sports and fitness activities in and around the Town of Bluffton. They can be found at the following link.