The River Park

Where the River Meets the Sea

Imagine a place so peaceful, where egrets land among the marshes and dolphins rise to greet kayakers.  Set along the pristine waters of the Okatie River, the River Park is that place, where sun-drenched marshes wrap around our blue waters – breathe it in, and get ready to say ahh.

It’s easy to think here, as sunlight glimmers through the trees, and the River Park winds along the banks of the river.  Surrounded by 10 miles of nature trails, our Berkeley Hall Greenway travels to it, over rustic bridges and below moss-draped live oaks.

Leading toward the River Park’s Community Dock, our special open space connects multi-use pathways, gardens, and trails.  Jogging, leisurely strolling or cycling, it’s one of the most beautiful places you’ll find.   Whether you’re on the water for a sunset cruise on the Clubs's pontoon boat, or gliding off for a kayak excursion, the feeling of peacefulness pervades.

 
 
 
 

Immerse yourself with our weekly guided two-hour nature kayak tours, led by Berkeley Hall Club’s Captain Eric Burns, a trained interpretative naturalist. We also have a casual group of Berkeley Hall kayakers if you’d like to join in and explore our waterways.

Cast net fishing or enjoying oyster roasts with friends, it’s all right here. The best part is getting together for good times with those you treasure. That’s what it’s really about.