Lowcountry Parks & Playgrounds: Huger Playground


Welcome to our series: Lowcountry Parks & Playgrounds! Each article in this series focuses on specific parks/playgrounds at locations all throughout the Lowcountry.

Next up, Huger Playground in Summerville!

Huger playground on a sunny dayNestled among mature trees and charming southern homes in Summerville is the newly updated playground, Huger Playground. The recent renovation was a project by Leadership Dorchester. Previously, the sandy base was an attractive home to bugs. Now there is grass and cedar mulch.

The play equipment is not only beautiful but also fun and challenging for kids. The small space is used effectively and efficiently. The proximity to downtown Summerville makes it the perfect playground to let your kids play after lunch or shopping.

Location: 615 W. Richardson Ave, Summerville, SC 29483

Hours: dawn to dusk

Parking: street parking

Shelter and picnic tables at Huger playgroundAmenities Available

  • Covered shelter
  • Lots of benches and picnic tables
  • “Mommy and me” swing
  • Fully-fenced park

*There are no bathrooms at this park.

Have you visited this playground with your kids? What is their favorite part? Share in the comments below!

Check out some other parks and playgrounds in this series!

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Jessie Leslie
Jessie Leslie of Summerville, SC is a hairstylist, a wife, and mother to twin boys. When she’s not in the salon, you can find her outdoors on adventures with her family, trying to keep her household running, serving the community with her church, or in a quiet place reading a book. Jessie loves to encourage families to spend time together. One of her family’s favorite ways to spend time together is outside. In fact, her family became Ultimate Outsiders in July of 2021. This means they visited all forty-seven SC State Parks! Jessie believes we can help each other by sharing our learned life experiences. Motherhood can be overwhelming and downright exhausting. She wants to help moms see the good and have fun! Connected, healthy families build better communities.


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