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Right next to the park and water. Most spots are metered, this block (with room for about 8 cars) is not metered. Beautiful spot, plenty of things to do in the area.
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6h parking maximum - NO OVERNIGHT parking signs all along the street.Report Check-In
We slept here 2 nights. It was a perfect and quiet place in front of a beautiful park and superb houses. It is possible to play with your dog in the park. The place is directly in the old city of CharlestonReport Check-In
This place is permanently closed.Report Check-In
As others have said, if you park on the water side, it’s free and there are no signs indicating a time limit. I got there well after dark … about 10:30, I think, put up my window covers and didn’t have any problems. I was surprised that there were still frequent cars driving by that late and there was a rowdy crowd in the park, but by midnight it was pretty quiet. I suggest parking down in front of the park, not by the condo building or houses up the street. I got some looks the next day that made me wonder if they were local residents suspicious that I was sleeping there, but since I wasn’t staying another night, I didn’t worry about it. Great location for walking around the downtown area.Report Check-In
Super spot! We parked by the side of the water, in front of a house with closed blinds thinking it would be ok! A super sympatic city ranger came by to tell us there was a complaint as although the houses owners don’t live here full time, they check their security camera every hour! He suggest we go park at West Ashley! We are about to go now!Report Check-In
Beautiful location on the water in a charming neighborhood. No signs at all on the waterfront side of the street. Long walkway along the water. Saw several other vans. Of note: A man approached us in the morning and told us we there is no overnight parking and that someone from the (quite upscale) building across the street will call the cops on us.Report Check-In
Slept here for a night while in Charleston. Quiet street and lots of other vans parked here as well. Make sure you are on the East side of the street (right next to water) as there are no “no parking” signs there.Report Check-In
Parked along the sea wall. No issues. It had been raining for several days so several of the adjoins streets were a bit flooded, but the sea wall was still accessible and well drainedReport Check-In
Right next to the park and water. Most spots are metered, this block (with room for about 8 cars) is not metered. Beautiful spot, plenty of things to do in the area.Report Check-In
We stayed on the eastern end of Murray Blvd. It was a little noisy at night (it was a Friday) but the area is nice and the view was amazing.Report Check-In