Lowcountry Parks & Playgrounds: Splash Island Waterpark

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Welcome to our series: Lowcountry Parks & Playgrounds! Each article in this series will focus on a specific park/playground at locations all throughout the Lowcountry. 

Splash Island WaterparkIt’s already “Charleston Hot”! We wanted to have a cool-down day with the kids, but since we always go to the local beach on Sundays, we wanted something a bit different. The kids and I have been to Palmetto Islands County Park several times for picnics and walks with the dog. We have seen Splash Island tucked away and surrounded by the natural beauty of the park, but we had never actually made our way into it — so we decided to go for it!

Pro tip: Go early to ensure you can snag a lounge chair! 

Splash Island Location:

444 Needlerush Parkway
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Ph: 843-795-4386

2022 Summer Schedule:

  • Through August 14- Wednesday – Saturday , 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • August 20 – September 5- ONLY Saturdays, Sundays: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Labor Day: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Splash Island Waterpark slide

This park offers so much water fun for kids, from toddlers to preteens!

Key Features:

  • 200-foot body flume (48″ minimum height)
  • 16-foot otter slide (30″ minimum height)
  • Sprays, geysers, and raindrop waterfalls
  • Activity pool

Splash Island Waterpark collage

Convenient Park Perks:

  • Concessions
  • Outside picnic tables for packed lunch if desired
  • Locker rentals
  • Life vests for guest use
  • Lounge chairs
  • Lifeguards
  • Restrooms
  • Shower & changing area
  • Private party rental areas
  • Birthday Party Packages

Splash Island Waterpark foodI really liked the lunch menu available through the concessions stand — tons of options to choose from. You can also bring snacks, which we had for later.

Admission:

General Admission: $7.99 per person
Under 48”: $6.99 per person
Seniors 60: $4.99 per person
Children 2 and under: Free
Groups: $6.99 per person (must have a group size of 20 or more people)

*A $2 per person Palmetto Islands County Park gate admission is also required.

Even though I was toasted, we had an amazing time and look forward to our next trip. We even spotted an alligator on the boardwalk on our way out!

Check out some other parks and playgrounds in this series!

Lowcountry Parks & Playgrounds: Corrine Jones Park
Lowcountry Parks & Playgrounds: Moultrie Playground

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