Stables Park is part of the Georgetown County Parks Redevelopment Program, and this park is both an active and passive facility. The site includes a Carolina Bay wetland area, as well as open space for a tennis and soccer complex. Taking advantage of the site’s unique characteristics, SGA planned a passive interpretive area with trails and boardwalks through the Carolina Bay, accented by open meadows, lagoons, and an adjacent dog park. The trails will also connect to the Bike the Neck system, also designed by SGA.
The Tennis Center offers 20 courts, including one stadium court and six Quick Start courts. Originally, an existing horse stable was to be renovated and converted into the Tennis Center, but the County decided to build a new clubhouse facility adjacent to the existing building. This clubhouse holds the pro shop and check-in desk, restrooms and locker rooms, office and conference space, and a warming kitchen.
The Soccer Complex includes five 225’ x 360’ fields and associated support facilities and concession stand, as well as a playground and picnic area.
SGA Services: Land Planning, Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture
Photography by John McManus and Georgetown County Parks & Recreation
Aerial Photography by Aerophoto