Explore the interactive map to find the protected property nearest you. Several of the sites are publicly-accessible for all to enjoy. Is there an area you would like to see protected? Contact us and include as much information as you can provide.
Located at the beginning of the Marsh View Trail, the garden was built during the spring of 2012.
A 6-acre tract within the Six and Seven Mile communities acquired via Charleston County Greenbelt funding in 2011.
2-acre wooded property overlooking Shem Creek within Shemwood II, permanently preserving a favorite play area for neighorhood children.
38.61 acres in West Ashley providing scenic vistas and protecting wildlife, plant and water resources.
3.7 acres located at the corner of Magnolia Road and Sycamore Avenue in the Avondale community. The Charleston Parks Conservancy has a community garden on site.
A publicly accessible 0.25-mile nature walk across a 57-acre conservation easement behind the Mount Pleasant Waterworks Operations Center on Rifle Range Road.
Two parcels of land in the Moultrie Park area of Belle Hall subdivision.
Privately held 132-acre property off Porchers Bluff Road under permanent Conservation Easement with ECLT.
Permanently preserved land in the Phillips Community obtained in 2010 through funds from the Charleston County Greenbelt Program.
A biologically diverse 2-acre hammock island in the Rivertowne neighborhood.
21-acre wetland parcel adjacent to the Rivertowne Country Club golf course.
3.37 acres of wetland at the headwaters to Shem Creek.
Privately-owned property in Pawleys Island consisting of 14 acres of native trees and other vegetation that provide a stopover for a variety of bird species and other wildlife.
3.09-acre grassy area with access to a tidal creek at the marsh side of Station 19.
0.48-acre wooded area at the marsh end of Station 9 on Sullivan's Island with panoramic views of the Intracoastal Waterway.
A 94-acre working farm on Highway 17 North in McClellanville, SC.