Best Parks for a Picnic in Bluffton

Below are our top 3 recommendations for the best parks in Bluffton for a picnic. The parks below were selected based on their location, green space, views, access to public restrooms, parking, and family-friendly vibe.
Sidewalk around Wright Family Park

Wright Family Park
Address: End of Calhoun Street, Bluffton, SC 29910

At the end of Calhoun Street, next to The Church of the Cross, you’ll find Bluffton’s newest waterfront park, Wright Family Park. Located on the May River, this open green space is a great setting for family picnics, enjoying a walk, spending time with your four-legged best friend and taking in the best view of the water in Old Town Bluffton. Additionally, you’ll find the new Calhoun Street Dock. Call your friends and have them come and meet you by boat! This public dock can accommodate up to six boats.
Oyster Factory Park

Oyster Factory Park
Address: 63 Wharf St, Bluffton, SC 29910

This riverfront park is a must-see with the alluring scenic views of the May River. This is a hot spot to host an Oyster Roast or family party with the on-site fire pit, picnic tables, and restrooms. Visitors can purchase fresh seafood sold by the pound, hang out, fish, or even use the site as a boat launch. There is an on-site historical home, The Garvin-Garvey House, that you can visit to learn some history of this beautiful park! A sunset with good company and a drink in hand at Oyster Factory Park is bucket list-worthy.

Picnic Tables Martin Family Park

Martin Family Park
Address68 Boundary St, Bluffton, SC 29910

Wow! The brand-new Martin Family Park near the heart of Old Town Bluffton is the perfect complement to DuBois Park (located across the street). With wide-open green spaces and plenty of parking, it’s a great place to meet other families. You’ll find bathrooms next to the parking lot between Green Street and Lawrence Street. One of the best features of this park is its oversized benches and seats, which allow plenty of room to sit and enjoy a sunny, warm day. The park is named after Ida Martin, the founder of Bluffton Self Help. Parking is Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.

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