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PLAYGROUND CLOSED at Memorial Waterfront Park

We're excited to share that the playground at Memorial Waterfront Park is getting an upgrade! The park will close Monday, Nov 22 and will reopen after a period of demolition and installation. We appreciate your patience while the renovation takes place.

Until it reopens, other playground options include, Patriots Point Soccer Fields, Old Village on Middle Street, Joe Garwich Fields off of Rifle Range, Tennis Center, R.L. Jones Center, and Park West.

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The Holiday Brochure is available!

View a digital version of the brochure below. The Winter/Spring In Motion Magazine should be available the first week of December.

To stay up to date, make sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

In Motion Magazine

Click the images below to view the corresponding brochure.

Holiday 2021

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Fall 2021

Fall 2021 InMotion Magazine

Fall 2021 | Athletics

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Fall 2021 | Aquatics

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Fall 2021 | Programs

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Fall 2021 | Tennis

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Town of Mount Pleasant Mission Statement

To deliver superior performance in a manner that is distinctive and impactful to each person served and that it establishes a standard for quality that endures for generations.

Mount Pleasant Recreation Department Mission Statement

It is the responsibility of the Mount Pleasant Recreation Department to offer exceptional, comprehensive yet sustainable and affordable recreation and leisure opportunities through a professional staff that is dedicated to providing the residents of the Town of Mount Pleasant with superior customer service, quality facilities, and dynamic programming.

Vision Statement

Establishing Mount Pleasant as the state's leader in municipal government through the combined efforts of a dedicated elected body, highly skilled staff, and engaged citizenry.