Find Your Center Where the River Meets the Sea
What puts your mind at ease? Is it exploring the river in a kayak or on a paddleboard? Is it enjoying the scenery along a pathway either on foot or on a bike? Is it on a sunset cruise with friends? Or is it simply sitting quietly on the dock, taking it all in? Whatever way you prefer to bond with the water – its sights, sounds, and serenity – you can embrace it and some much needed tranquility at Berkeley Hall’s River Park.
The River Park winds along the banks of the Okatie River. Community Dock is dotted with egrets and the occasional dolphin sighting. Surrounded by 10 miles of nature trails, our Berkeley Hall Greenway travels to the park, over rustic bridges and below moss-draped live oaks. It’s here where we host oyster roasts, meet up with friends, and simply turn off the world for awhile.
Fishing’s Fine at Berkeley Hall
At Berkeley Hall, some of the best saltwater fishing is right here at the River Park. Moss-draped Live oaks lead the way to the Community Dock, an ideal spot to cast a line or a net for redfish, trout and flounder. Complimentary fishing gear makes it easy for Members to drop in a line when the mood grabs them!
Several freshwater ponds within the community are inhabited with largemouth bass, catfish, carp, and even tilapia. Our catch and release fishing is great for sportsmen as well as fun, family fishing.
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