Aiken is home to one of the most diverse collections of trees found in any municipal landscape. Oaks from around the world along with many rare...
Embrace Aiken’s natural splendor, where pristine landscapes, lush greenery, urban forests, and serene gardens create outdoor playgrounds like no other. From hiking through Hitchcock Woods, one of the country’s largest urban forests, to experiencing nature’s beauty in Hopeland Gardens, Aiken offers a sanctuary for visitors in search of an outdoor connection.
The Aiken County Farmers Market is the oldest county farmers’ market in continuous service in the same location in S.C. Vendors sell fresh produce, baked goods, meat, honey, and dairy products, along with handmade crafts.
Explore outside the City of Aiken at the beautiful Aiken County Parks, offering a variety of places for visitors to enjoy the outdoors!
Set against the calm, winding South Edisto River, Aiken State Park is a popular destination for the family or a budding naturalist.
This 30 acre pond with a 300 foot boardwalk is waiting for you to sink a line. A boat ramp is also available to the public free of charge (no gas motors permitted). All SC fishing laws apply to the pond.
Come and walk our trails, watch wildlife, or just enjoy the pleasure of the woods and water that are only a few yards from Whiskey Road. This is a...
Activities include Fall and Spring sports, the City of Aiken’s Splash Pad (open in the summers), tournaments and other events.
See below for the 2023 Tournament Schedule: February 4 Freedom Sports Adult Softball Frozen Balls Jersey Tournament 18 Freedom...
Comprising 296 acres, Ditch Pond HP contains a Carolina bay that was first documented in 1973.