by the Town of Surfside Beach
Surfside Beach has several parks for enjoyment for both residents and visitors. There is something for everyone from children to seniors.
All Children’s Park is located on the corner of 10th Avenue South and Hollywood Drive. It contains two playgrounds, a picnic area, and restroom facilities. The park and play equipment is accessible to both physically challenged and able-bodied children.
The town also has two small Bark Parks located on Pine Drive next to the library. They are open from sunrise to sunset except on Wednesdays from 10 to noon when they are closed for cleaning. Dogs must have a town license which costs $10 annually and can be purchased at Town Hall (115 US Highway 17 N.) See map, 24-25.
Fuller Park is located on the corner of Surfside Drive and Myrtle Drive. It has two lighted tennis courts, a naturally shaded playground, and a picnic area with restroom facilities. It is conveniently situated next to the library. See map, 24-25.
Situated just o Glenn’s Bay Road on Spanish Oak Drive is the Huckabee Recreational Complex. is park has three lighted baseball fields, a picnic shelter, and restroom facilities. The Complex is host to both youth and adult so ball programs and, also, youth baseball during the spring and fall. The fields are also available for tournament rental. See map, 24-25.
In addition, Surfside Beach offers a picturesque park, called Martin Field, located on Dogwood Drive between 6th and 7th Avenue South, just three blocks from the ocean. It contains one lighted baseball/softball field, a covered picnic shelter and restroom facilities. It is used for youth athletic practices, T-Ball, Coach Pitch and adjacent to the ball field is Martin Park, a small waterfront recreation area located on Lakeside Drive and 8th Avenue South. It contains two shuffleboard courts, one horseshoe pit, two bocce ball courts, and four picnic shelters. Also located at this park is Floral Clubhouse, which accommodates approximately 35 people. The clubhouse is available to rent year-round. See map, 24-25.
The newest of the Town’s parks, called Passive Park, is a peaceful area located on the corner of Surfside Drive and Willow Drive next door to the Surfside Library. Amongst the parks beautiful live oaks, you’ll find picnic tables, a gazebo, and a Veterans Memorial fountain. There are also lighted sidewalks for walking at night and 6 multi-use exercise stations, especially designed for seniors. See map, 24-25.
For more information, contact Debbie Ellis