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Azalea Park & Sculpture Garden

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Great Local Place To Relax With Kids and Dogs!

Enjoyable local park that's quiet, and nice place to go with the kids/pets. We love to take our... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Summerville, South Carolina
An afternoon in the park

A lovely find to sit and enjoy the blooming flowers.....the park is small but very pretty...there... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2018
Jenny F
Montreal, Canada
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corner of South Magnolia Street and East 4th Street, Summerville, SC
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Enjoyable local park that's quiet, and nice place to go with the kids/pets. We love to take our dog walking there. Beautiful in the Spring when the Azaleas are all in bloom. Great place to take pictures as well.

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Reviewed 7 June 2018

Lovely paths, artworks and well landscaped. Noise from booming car stereos and loud mufflers on pick up trucks destroyed the moment. Everywhere we went downtown Summerville the noise from vehicles made it unpleasant. Does this town have a noise ordinance? They need one. Several times...More

Thank Jennifer G
Reviewed 3 April 2018

A lovely find to sit and enjoy the blooming flowers.....the park is small but very pretty...there are sculptures nestled here and there....I can see how popular this spot could be in full summer

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Reviewed 26 March 2018

Always make a point when visiting the area each winter to stroll these gardens once a week to wear off the food consumed at the various restaurants in the area. Blooming seasonal foliage and turtles in the pond and the little lizards sunning themselves always...More

Thank NJR3
Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile

We like walking through this park especially after lunch to walk it off. The azaleas and flowers when in bloom are nice.the ponds are full of turtles and they like being fed though the city could do some cleaning of them. Overall a nice little...More

3  Thank Stuart C
Reviewed 16 March 2018

This Park is rather small but it's a lovely walk----especially in the spring when the azaleas are in bloom and pansies have been planted. It is very nicely laid out. The statues have a nice presence. Very quiet. A great place to get your thoughts...More

Thank DWONewYork
Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

Walking trails, camellias, azaleas and sculptures add to the delight of this downtown park in the historic district. Going and old will delight in discovering it's awesomeness!

Thank Carin W
Reviewed 26 February 2018

Unfortunately we visited in January and nothing was in bloom. However, we did enjoy the sculptures. A live crane posed next to the sculptured crane which was a fun twist.

Thank Vickistravels2013
Reviewed 19 November 2017

A nice short stroll through the gardens viewing the brass sculptures. We used it as a jumping off point to stroll local neighborhoods

Thank ZPearlZ
Reviewed 10 November 2017

When I want to slow down and capture a little peace I go to this park, find a bench and watch the people. there is always something blooming even in winter and the sculptures are wonderful. its in easy walking distance to restaurants and the...More

Thank dcanady
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