If you are looking for a beautiful and peaceful walk, a place to relax, and enjoy the outdoors with cool breeze, the Pitt Street Bridge is the perfect spot for you. The Pitt Street bridge is a historical landmark and is located in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. The Pitt Street Bridge is narrow and has been long considered as a linear park. It was once a trolley bridge used to cross the Charleston harbor from Mount Pleasant to the beach of Sullivan’s Island. The bridge was built in 1898 as a trolley bridge and was mainly made up of wooden planks; later in 1923 the bridge was widened and replaced with concrete. The bridge offers great views of Charleston Harbor and surrounding areas. This place is a popular spot for walking, fishing, biking, kayaking, bird watching, and photography.
These photos are from our visit to Pitt Street Bridge on 14th March, 2023.
Quick Facts and Tips
- The address of the Pitt Street Bridge is 101 Pitt Street, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina and is about 10 minutes drive from downtown Charleston.
- The bridge is open to the public from sunrise to sunset.
- The admission to the park and parking is free.
- There is a small parking lot located at the end of Pitt Street with limited spots. The parking can fill up quickly, especially on weekends and during peak hours.
- The walk on the bridge is approximately 1.5 miles round trip and is mostly flat.
- Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
- Bring water and snacks.
- Take cautions during high tides.
- Be prepared for the heat and humidity during the summer.
- There are no public restrooms at Pitt Street Bridge.
- Pets are allowed on the bridge, but they must be kept on a leash at all times.
- A great place to watch the sunset.
- Nearby Attractions
- Boone Hall Plantation
- Fort Moultrie National Historical Site
- Mt Pleasant
- Angel Oak Tree
- Fort Sumter
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