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Johnsonville, South Carolina

Parks and Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Johnsonville City Park:

Located at the corner of Hampton Avenue and Stuckey Street, the Johnsonville City Park features a modern playground with sliding boards, hobby horses, swings, a merry-go-round, and a large Jungle Jim. Lighted basketball courts and a volleyball area offer activities for youth. The park also features grills and picnic shelters that can be enjoyed by the entire family. Security cameras are located throughout the park for the safety of citizens.
Image of children playing football

Prosser Field:The City of Johnsonville along with Florence County Parks & Recreation Department provides many opportunities for recreational sports for your child. Currently several sports are offered throughout the year including soccer, football, cheerleading, basketball, baseball, and softball.

Track Field:
Image of a small child playing in the parkThe City of Johnsonville has recreational programs for all ages. A soft turf track field is located on Hampton Avenue and is used by the public as well as the school district for our track and field teams. The lighted track field is maintained for comfort and safe walking or jogging anytime of the day or night.

Tennis Courts:
A six-court tennis area is located on Stuckey Street just down from the City Park. The courts are lighted and provided as a free service to area citizens.

Odell Venters Landing/Lynches River:
Residents and visitors can enjoy the beautiful Lynches River which flows just north of the City Limits.  The newly renovated Odell Venters Landing offers easy access to the river just off of Highway 41/51.  The landing is on the site of the former Witherspoon's Ferry where General Francis Marion accepted command of the Williamsburgh Militia in 1780 during the Revolutionary War.  The landing features a dual concrete ramp, floating courtesy dock, paved and striped parking lot, a covered picnic shelter and a statue of General Francis Marion.