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Things to Do in North Charleston, SC
Quartermann Lake North Charleston
St Patricks Day Parade North Charleston
Quartermann Lake (also known as the Duck Pond) in North Charleston. Taken by North Charleston. No changes.
St. Paddy's Day Parade in North Charleston. Taken by North Charleston. No changes.
As one of South Carolina’s many proud cities, North Charleston sits snugly between the Ashley River and the Cooper River. Full of good eats, unique shopping and beautiful scenery, the municipality has plenty of sites that visitors and locals alike won’t want to miss, like the​ North Charleston Coliseum.​ 

Fire Museum
The​ North Charleston and American LaFrance Fire Museum​ was founded in 2007. Since then, it has sought to provide a historical and educational context on the American fire fighting services. Built to resemble a classic fire house, visitors will feel a sense of reverence the moment they enter the lobby with its 20 feet tall ceilings. The Fire Museum houses over 20 restored fire vehicles along with antique and current artifacts that give visitors a real sense of the story behind this heroic tradition.
North Charleston City Gallery
North Charleston puts​ immense value​ on the arts. The City Gallery is the local home to art by international, national and local artists. Locals should check back monthly for new exhibitions. The City Gallery also offers locally made jewelry, crafts and other gifts for purchase.
Riverfront Park
This park is a must-see for any Navy fanatics.​ Riverfront Park​ sits on the banks of Cooper River, next to beautiful, historic homes and towering oak trees. Many of these homes belonged to Naval Officers at one time. The Greater Charleston Naval Base Monument stands proudly at the former location of the Charleston Naval Base. Riverfront Park is also home to the National Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition, featuring​ contemporary sculptures​ on display year round.​ 

Wescott Park
For fans of baseball and softball, Wescott Park will be a preferred outdoor venue. Three fields of different sizes make this park home to baseball leagues of all ages and levels. The park also features walking trails through the area’s wetlands, great for spotting wildlife. Several shelters make Wescott Park a great place to spend the day hiking and cooking out with the family.​ 

Regardless of where you're planning to visit in North Charleston, stop by and see us at Palmetto Ford along the way!
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