Aiken County Parks

Aiken County Parks

We like to play hard and often in Aiken County. Our parks play a vital role in tourism as well as leisure activities. We invite you to visit our parks and play along. Competition is a key element at several parks as we entertain many tournaments in the fields of soccer, softball, baseball, tennis and rowing.

Langley Pond Park

US Hwy. 1 at Langley Dam Rd., Burnettown, SC

Langley Pond (Closed For Maintenance) is the world’s largest pond! Just short of being a lake, this refreshing body of water plays hosts to regattas, triathlons, water ski and wakeboard competitions. It’s the perfect place to water-ski, jet ski, swim, fish, picnic, or paddleboard. Leashed dogs are welcome and there is a large swimming area with a sandy beach for getting a great tan. There are no lifeguards on duty at the pond. A bathhouse, playground, covered picnic area, grills, concession stand, boat ramp, special events area, and dock are on site to make family fun and corporate outings a breeze.

Aiken County Recreation Center

917 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Graniteville, SC

The Rec Center is home to Aiken County’s only public pool. We offer a variety of activities for children, adults and seniors. We are also available to rent for parties, weddings, family reunions and more

Boyd Pond Park

340 Boyd Pond Rd., Aiken, SC

This 30 acre pond with a 300 foot boardwalk is waiting for you to sink a line. A boat ramp is also available to the public free of charge (no gas motors permitted). All SC fishing laws apply to the pond.

Courtney Center

49 Roy St., Wagener, SC

Community building with M-F senior citizens activities, mealsite for Council on Aging. Computer room with laptops and wifi. Rentable facility.

Roy Warner Park

6021 Roy Warner Park Ln., Wagener, SC

Baseball, basketball, playground, concession stand, and a community center.


4181 Augusta Rd., Clearwater, SC

Tennis court, playground, lighted walking track, 3 softball fields, picnic area, soccer fields, concession stand. Small dock for canoe/kayak trail. Rentable facility.

Aiken State Park

1145 State Park Rd., Windsor, SC

Located in Aiken County, Aiken State Park sits nestled along the South Edisto River in an outdoor-lover’s paradise. Aiken’s most notable attraction is the still, black water of the South Edisto River – fishing and canoeing are both popular here. A 1.7-mile canoe and kayak trail winds down the South Fork of the Edisto River. Fishing for bream, bass and catfish can be enjoyed from along the bank.

Gravatt Camp and Conference Center

1006 Camp Gravatt Rd., Aiken, SC

Located in Aiken, South Carolina, Gravatt is an Episcopal,year-round retreat center and summer youth camp. Gravatt is a sanctuary for the ministry of faith formation, hospitality, leadership development, and environmental stewardship.

Gregg Park

119A Trolley Line Rd., Graniteville, SC

Located in Graniteville, SC, this beautifully landscaped park and immaculate multipurpose facility offer a variety of athletics and recreational programs for all ages to enjoy. Memberships are now available to anyone, in or out of the boundaries.

Hopelands Gardens

135 Dupree Place, Aiken, SC

Bequeathed to the City of Aiken by Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin, this 14 acre estate was opened in 1969 as a public garden. Radiating throughout the gardens is a network of paths shaded under 100 year old live oaks. It is believed that Mrs. Iselin planted the deodar cedars and live oaks which still grace Hopelands Gardens today. The lazy curves of the paths and garden borders lead visitors throughout a wonderful variety of experiences sure to please visitors of all ages.

Living History Park

299 W. Spring Grove Ave., North Augusta, SC

Like many small towns and communities across America, North Augusta was on the brink of losing its distinctive character to the forces of commerce and enterprise. Change in the streetscape of America is inevitable and, in many cases, desirable. The streets and buildings that give character to a neighborhood, however, are part of a community heritage that should be passed from one generation to the next.

Riverview Park

100 Riverview Park Drive, North Augusta, SC

The Riverview Park Activities Center is the hub of North Augusta’s parks and recreation facilities. Built in 1994, the 94,000 square foot center anchors the city’s 149-acre Riverview Park.

Gardner Key Park (Belvedere Dixie Youth)

410 Hazel St.,
North Augusta, SC

Ball fields, batting cage, concession stand, and playground.

Citizens Park

1060 Banks Mill Rd, Aiken, SC

Parks, Playgrounds, & Natural Areas Citizens Park Sports Complex

Boeckh Park

501 Front Street,
N. Augusta, SC  

On the Savannah River & a stretch of the beautiful Greeneway. Large grassy area, pavilion and a dock.

Other Aiken County Parks

Earnest Weaver
131 Weaver St.
Aiken, SC

Spann Hammond Park
124 Spann Hammond Rd.
Beech Island, SC

Crescent Cities Park
Severin Rd.
Wagener, SC

Brick Pond Park
Center Street
N. Augusta, SC

Aiken Veteran’s Park
1435 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC

Gloverville Park
226 Pine St.
Gloverville, SC

Spider Web Park
813 Williston Rd.
Beech Island, SC

Smith Hazel
400 Kershaw St. NE
Aiken, SC 803-642-7634

Summerfield Park
738 Old Edgefield Rd.
N. Augusta, SC

Horse Creek Veteran’s Park
Hwy 421
Clearwater, SC

Johnny Wood Park
109 Swathmore Ave.
North Augusta, SC 29841

Thomas Park
117 Johnson Rd.
Belvedere, SC

Salley Town Park
Pine Street
Salley, SC

N. Augusta Boat Landing
End of Hammonds Ferry Drive
N. Augusta, SC

Wade Hampton Veteran’s Park
Georgia Avenue
N. Augusta, SC

White Pond Community Center
321 White Pond Rd.
Williston, SC

Aiken Library Park
(Special Needs Accessible)
314 Chesterfield St. S
Aiken, SC