Park Circle
North Charleston
SC 29405

Park Circle

Parque/Área de RecreaçãoFeira de Produtores/Feira LocalLocal de Prática de Esportes/Contato com a NaturezaÁrea Adequada para PedestresReciclagem

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It is in the center of the old North Charleston neighborhood and you will find a large park with a traffic circle in it. Inside the traffic circle are several ball fields, picnic tables, a gazebo, and a playground. A disc golf course is located around the outside of the traffic circle.

On Thursdays there is a Farmer's Market that runs from 2-6pm seasonally.

There are also recycle units in the center area of the Park.

Park Circle (C) , paper & magazines, glass & plastics are accepted.

Locations marked with a (C) accept corrugated cardboard.

Locations marked with an (E) accept E-waste.

Locations marked with an (O) accept used motor oil and oil filters.

Locations marked with a (B) offer bins.

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