by the Town of Surfside Beach
Known as The Family Beach, the town of Surfside Beach is also home to numerous parks. Here we have parks for children, pets, sports teams, sport enthusiasts and memorials—all beautifully maintained and with different amenities and uses.
Located on the corner of 10th Avenue South and Hollywood Drive, this park contains two playgrounds, a picnic area, and restroom facilities. It is accessible to both physically challenged and able-bodied children.
Located on Pine Drive next to the library, there are two enclosed areas for dogs to romp and play— one for large, and one for small dogs.
Some of the rules:
- ALL dogs must have current rabies vaccinations and wear current tags.
- ALL dogs must have and wear current Town of Surfside Beach license tags. Tags can be purchased for $10.00 at Town Hall, 115 US Highway 17 North. 843-913-6111.
- Puppies six months and younger are not permitted in the Dog Park.
- Aggressive dogs and female dogs in heat are not allowed in the Dog Park.
- SC Law requires all dog bites to be reported to the Town of Surfside Beach Police Department. Call 911 for emergencies. Call 843-913-6368 for non-emergencies.
Located on the corner of Surfside Drive and Myrtle Drive, this park contains two lighted tennis courts, a playground, and a picnic area with restroom facilities.
Situated just off Glenns Bay Road on Spanish Oak Drive, this park has three baseball fields, one football field, a tot lot for children 5-years-old and under, a picnic shelter, and restroom facilities. The complex is host to both youth and adult softball programs, youth baseball, and youth football games.
This picturesque park, located on Dogwood Drive between 6th and 7th Avenues South, contains one lighted baseball/softball field, a covered picnic shelter, and restroom facilities. It is the site for youth athletic practices and Tee-Ball, coach pitch, and machine pitch games.
This waterfront park located on Lakeside Drive and 8th Avenue South adjacent to Martin Field, contains two shuffleboard courts, one horseshoe pit, two bocce ball courts, and four picnic shelters. Also located at Martin Park is Floral Clubhouse, which accommodates approximately thirty-five people.
The clubhouse is available for rent year-round. For more information contact Debbie Ellis at (843)650-9548 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
The newest of the town’s parks, this peaceful area is located on the corner of Surfside Drive and Willow Drive next door to the Surfside Library. Amongst the park’s beautiful live oaks, you’ll find picnic tables, a gazebo, and the Veterans Memorial fountain. There are also lighted sidewalks for walking and six multi-use exercise stations.