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Parks & Trails

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With so many parks so close to home, you feel as if you have a huge backyard that you don't have to mow.

 

Brighton Park Village Parks   Midtown Parks  

 

North Creek & Del Webb Parks
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Park A Plenty: Your Guide to Nexton Parks

However you use the parks at Nexton, you’ll have 46 different locations to choose from. Yes - we counted - 46 different parks across 4 neighborhoods. Why so many? Because we believe no matter where you are in Nexton, you should have at least one park within easy walking or biking distance. And because a variety of parks means a variety of fun.

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Midtown Nexton: A Park Paradise

The Blueway, the first district in Midtown Nexton, is soon to be the latest sun-sparkled waterway where you’ll find neighbors (and heron, egrets, and ducks) gathering. Midtown's first district is named after a network of canals, or Blueways, that will bring a magical stress-relieving presence of water right into your daily routine. And among them, a paradise of parks as unique as the people who will soon rest, relax, and roll (see: Ripple Park) in them.

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Brown Family Park

Brown Family Park showcases just how fun and all-around-fabulous a park can be. In fact, the park opened with a concert by the Ben Miller Band, which marked the first time a Piccolo Spoleto event was hosted in Summerville. And it’s still rocking, with concerts and shows. Of course, its unique design and plantings also make it a great place to enjoy a quiet Lowcountry day.

Overhead view of streets, homes and park at the Nexton development near Charleston.

Great Lawn

Situated adjacent to the Greeting House, the Great Lawn is just that. A really, really great lawn. With a vast amount of open space to run, play, relax, picnic… or all of the above.

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Neighborhood Parks

Some call them parks we call them hidden (and not-so-hidden) treasures. There’s Elbow Park, with its pick-up bocce games; Tall Gee Woods, a secret pocket park with lanky pine trees and areas for imaginative play; and Long Meadow Park with a hammock garden. If you’re looking for a distinct outdoor experience, we think you’ll be very pleased with what you find.