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Aiken County Public Parks

Posted by admin on February 1, 2022
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Aiken County is known for its beauty and southern charm. It is especially enjoyable during spring and summer and there are plenty of parks to have fun in the sun. Here are a few public parks for you to check out this season: 

 

Langley Pond Park, US Hwy 1 at Langley Dam Road 

The world’s largest pond resides in Aiken County! It is a famous spot for rowing and swimming and the surrounding park is perfect for leisure. You can find more information, details, and even rent a facility at the park for your next event here.

 

Aiken County Recreation Center, 917 Jefferson Davis Hwy 

The Aiken County Recreation Center has a large playground that was recently built in 2016, a covered picnic shelter, walking trail, basketball courts and more! The building onsite can also be rented for events. Call 803-663-6142 for more information. 

 

Boyd Pond Park, 340 Boyd Pond Road

Boyd Pond is known as Aiken County’s hidden jewel. The 210 acre park used to be the employee recreation facility for Savannah River Site, but can now be enjoyed by everyone for a variety of activities. Mountain biking, soccer, fishing, and sand volleyball are a few of the many amenities Boyd Pond Park offers. 

 

Roy Warner Park, 6021 Roy Warner Park Lane 

Located two miles outside of Wagener, S.C., this park has 3 ball fields, a basketball court, a playground area and community center. The Wagener Dixie Youth Baseball and Softball programs also use the facility for games. 

 

Riverview Park, 100 Riverview Park Drive

The hub of North Augusta’s parks and recreation is at Riverview Park. The enourmous 94,000 square foot activities center has a variety of amenities and events available with a beautiful 149 acre park surrounding it. 

 

Harrison-Caver Park, 4181 Augusta Road 

Located of of Hwy 421 in Clearwater, this park boasts lighted basketball and tennis courts for night games, a large playground and more. There are new benches and swings throughout the park for leisure and fishing in Horse Creek. 

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