Azalea Park

500 S Main ST

Summerville, SC 29483

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Phone: (843) 871-6000

City: Summerville

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Azalea Park

This 12-acre garden located just blocks from historic downtown Summerville features a riot of seasonal colors, a gazebo, paved pathways, sculpture and lots of shade. Its winding paths invite a leisurely stroll. In the spring, the azaleas and camellias provide a spectacular view or admire the year-round beauty of our reflection ponds and bronze sculptures. Azalea Park is the host to several special events, including Summerville YMCA’s Flowertown Festival and Sculpture in the Sculpture in the South. For tennis lovers, the park also has two tennis courts available for recreational play. It is home to the Cuthbert Community Center which can be rented for your special event needs, and has two beautiful wedding gazebos that are available for rent for your special day.

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