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Old 04-25-2014, 05:37 AM
 
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I have never heard of paying to use a county park.
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Old 04-25-2014, 05:41 AM
 
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I have never heard of paying to use a county park.
Charleston County Parks and Recreation

They are absolutely beautiful parks. They have so much to offer the county. They are always jam-packed, especially the dog areas as they are huge and not like city dog parks where anyone can take their dogs and those tend to be much dirtier.
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Old 04-25-2014, 06:11 AM
 
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Charleston County Parks and Recreation

They are absolutely beautiful parks. They have so much to offer the county. They are always jam-packed, especially the dog areas as they are huge and not like city dog parks where anyone can take their dogs and those tend to be much dirtier.
I'm sure they are beautiful. We have huge county parks that are beautiful too. Our city parks aren't dirty either. I just can't wrap my mind around why your county parks aren't free. That's something that should be funded by taxes because people of all economic groups should have access to parks. I'll pay to do activities in a park, like boating, camping, etc., but I don't think it's right to charge people to simply be inside a park.
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Old 04-25-2014, 06:53 AM
 
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Well our city parks our dirty and are never cleaned up.

Oh well. It's either $1 per person to get in or $65 for a yearly membership that can accommodate 15 people and will treat you to special events, like when they close off the water park at the end of summer and let the dogs play in it. Instead of people paying $8pp, myself and my family can get in free. I don't mind paying this fee because I absolutely love the beauty of the parks and both the taxes we pay and the entrance fees help keep up with the maintenance, because there has to be 10+ parks.
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