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Parks & Recreation

***NEW PARK OPERATING HOURS- All City of Bennettsville parks will be open from South Carolina's official Sunrise to Sunset, unless otherwise posted, and unless the park, park facility, recreational facility, or playground is hosting a City organized or permitted activity (as per Ordinance 97.01).
Jaharra Graves- Director of Tourism, Parks, and Recreation

843-479-9001 Ext. 401

Vacant- Assistant Director of Tourism, Parks, and Recreation

843-479-9001 Ext. 400

The Tourism, Parks, and Recreation Department strives to advance the City of Bennettsville to travelers and hometown folks alike through the promotion of activities, businesses, and events for all ages.

Main Street Bennettsville is a member of Main Street South Carolina, the state network for downtown development. The program is managed through the Tourism, Parks, and Recreation Department and strives to organize community partners, promote and celebrate downtown’s quality of life and historic character, promote and enhance public art and public spaces, conduct image assessments, utilize all economic development resources, and promote/recruit new businesses for the downtown historic overlay district.

The City of Bennettsville operates eight (8) parks for the public’s enjoyment within the city limits: Kids Land Park, McLeod Street Basketball Park, Hodges Park, Smith Park, Woodland Gardens, Woodland Playground, Marlboro Street Baseball Park, and Marlboro Street Tennis Park. All facilities accept reservations for private and public functions.

Bennettsville Community Center located on North Marlboro Street offers rental event space with a stage, audio/visual equipment,  commercial catering kitchen, exercise studio, multipurpose room, and individual classrooms. The main event has the capacity of 428 people.

201 Cottingham Blvd
616 King Street 
401 Center Street 
301 North Marlboro Street 
300 North Marlboro Street 
222 McLeod Street 
712 North Marlboro Street
708 North Marlboro Street