Burry Park & The Vista

131 Cargill WAY

Hartsville, SC 29550

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Phone: (843) 339-2878

City: Hartsville

Region: Midlands

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Burry Park & The Vista

Get to know the spirit of Hartsville by experiencing Burry Park. Salute our troops at the Veteran’s Memorial or stroll through the cities latest addition, a linear park named The Vista. These two areas give you a chance to absorb the City of Hartsville. If it happens to be the first Saturday of the month, check out the Good Living Marketplace, get to know our local downtown merchants and maybe catch a little live music. Festivals, concerts and "Movies on the Green” take place throughout the year and are centered within Burry Park.

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