Central Creek Park
Located on the site of two Revolutionary War battles, this historic park is where pioneers struggled to survive in the rugged backcountry. Hike scenic trails or grill out at sheltered picnic areas.
Families with children who have disabilities will love a playground that’s wheelchair accessible and equipped with sensory items. Public art and wide boardwalks add to the attraction. Read on to learn more.
A soaring success story, Central Creek Park is a world-class inclusive outdoor recreation complex. Thanks to the generosity of local donors, the $9 million 13-acre park is nearly complete.
Lydia Wright squealed and giggled as her brother Michael pushed her on a swing at Goose Creek’s new, state-of-the-art Central Creek Park. The new barrier-free playground was designed with all children in mind.
Goose Creek’s Crystal Reed says the main goal is to include kids of all ages and abilities in this place of fun. Other features include basketball courts, volleyball courts, and a pavilion called the Eubanks Sports Area. It’s all part of the $9 million park at 147 Old Moncks Corner Road. Opened in December, the facility also boasts a walking trail and Splash Creek, named for Councilwoman Debra Green-Fletcher.
Goose Creek’s barrier-free Central Creek Park opened in December 2022 and features Debra’s Playground, Splash Creek, a field, a staging area, a walking trail, and Eubanks Athletic Courts. Private donors helped make the $9 million project a reality by giving leadership gifts and naming opportunities.
Splash Creek is designed to be accessible for children with disabilities and visitors using wheelchairs, walkers, and strollers, as well as toddlers just learning to walk. Interactive water play features like Mr. Crab Crab, Belle Creature Jelly Fish, and Big Kahuna Wave provide sensory stimulation for all ages and abilities.
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Central Creek Park is the city’s newest recreation complex that includes basketball and volleyball courts, a food truck pavilion, walking trails, a splash pad, and more. But the main attraction is a new inclusive playground named in honor of Councilmember Debra Green-Fletcher.
The 26,000-square-foot Debra’s Playground is designed with everyone in mind, offering wheelchair-accessible surfacing and sensory equipment. The curated mix of ground-level and elevated play components like the We Go Round merry-go-round, Sway Fun Glider, and ZipKrooz are designed to develop children’s motor, cognitive, and social skills.
Field & Stage
Parents of children with disabilities across the Lowcountry say that it’s hard to find playgrounds and recreational facilities they can truly enjoy. Fortunately, inclusive parks like Goose Creek’s Central Creek Park are becoming more commonplace throughout the region.
GOOSE CREEK, SC (WCIV) — A year after it opened, a crowd of people gathered at the new all-inclusive Central Creek Park on Friday to celebrate the grand opening of its state-of-the-art Splash Creek splash pad. The 2,600-square-foot feature is named after Goose Creek resident Edmond Eubanks, who worked for many years as a member of the city’s recreation board.
Countless families from across the Lowcountry attended the event to play, eat and dance. The event featured food trucks, a community stage, and more. This was the first of many upcoming events at the new park, which includes a walking trail and a 2,600-square-foot field & stage for organized sports, wellness activities, and community concerts.
The park features 8 dedicated pickleball courts with 4 courts surrounded by a roof structure and 4 uncovered courts adjacent to the roof structure. Those interested in participating in organized leagues or tournaments may contact the facility directly. Continue reading the next article.
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