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Situated on the banks of the Cooper River, Riverfront Park played a huge role in the revitalization of North Charleston's Noisette neighborhood. Today, it plays host to a variety of community and musical events.
Riverfront Park was first conceived as part of the Noisette Community Plan to revitalize the neighborhood. It officially opened on July 4, 2005, drawing thousands of new visitors to the neighborhood. The park, which is positioned at the intersection of the Cooper River and the Noisette Creek, is located near the now closed Charleston Naval Base; visitors can still see many of the beautiful old homes where the naval officers once lived. Dotted with elegant oak trees and offering magnificent river views, the park features fishing piers, 800 feet of riverfront boardwalk, picnic areas and a Naval Base Memorial Site. The park also includes the Performance Pavilion, where events are held, and a large meadow.
Given the park's opening date, the Fourth of July Festival is appropriately one of Riverfront Park's biggest events of the year, attracting a larger number of attendees than most other celebrations in the region. The festival features food trucks, musical performances, children's activities, crafts and, of course, fireworks.
The park also plays host to North Charleston's Annual National Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition, a highly popular event featuring the work of premier sculpture artists from around the nation. During the summer, Riverfront Park welcomes a variety of musicians to perform during their outdoor concert series, Rockin' the River, which has featured the talents of Slightly Stoopid, O.A.R., numerous tribute bands, and more.
Riverfront Park North Charleston also puts on a variety of other community events, including oyster roasts, chili cook-offs and silent auctions.
Riverfront Park consists of about 15 acres and can host up to 15,000 people for special events. Tickets to events are general admission only.
North Charleston is located directly north of Charleston, one of South Carolina's most-visited cities. Saturated in quaint Old Southern charm, Charleston is easily one of the nation's more aesthetically pleasing destinations. Explore historic Fort Sumter, or take in the views from along the Battery and White Point Gardens. This is also a great place to check out some of the city's most historic, gorgeous mansions. Visitors looking for other opportunities to enjoy live music may enjoy visits to Charleston's Music Farm, a venue located in an old train shed, or the Pour House Charleston, a popular concert hall and tavern.
The park features an interactive splash fountain that is popular during the summer months, especially at the park's annual Fourth of July celebration.