Free internet access at public parks in Charleston, SC

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Working in a park | Photo via Pexels

Free Wi-Fi access has been granted to 6 more public parks in the Holy City — thanks to the partnership between Google + the Charleston Digital Corridor Foundation.

Hampton Park | Photo by @jennysnodgrassrealtor

The public parks that now have free internet access include Colonial Lake, Corrine Jones Park, Harmon Field, Hampton Park, Mitchell Playground + Magnolia Park and Garden.

Google’s support for Wi-Fi in public gathering places began in 2012 with the installation of internet access at Marion Square downtown.

Since 2009, Google has gifted $2 million+ to non-profit organizations and schools in SC. The company has also donated more than $450,000 for free Wi-Fi networks in Goose Creek, Moncks Corner ballfield, downtown Summerville, Cypress Gardens, Waterfront Park, and White Point Garden

Take a look here if you are interested in learning more about how Google is bringing internet services to public parks.

Need more Wi-Fi locations? No problem — check out this list to learn more about all 9 Wi-Fi parks in Charleston.