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The North Charleston Sports Complex is now open

Here’s what you can expect for North Charleston’s new sports complex.

renderings for the North Charleston Sports Complex Center

The sports complex replaced the former Danny Jones Recreation Center.

Photo by the CHStoday team.

After last week’s ribbon cutting, the City of North Charleston is ready to debut its new sports complex.

The North Charleston Sports Complex at 1455 Monitor St., is now officially open in its entirety beginning today, April 1, after certain outdoor facilities opened last Friday.

The $25 million sports complex replaced the former Danny Jones Recreation Center and has many features and amenities.

Highlights of the complex:

  • 25-meter competitive pool to complement the North Charleston Aquatic Center in Dorchester County
  • Multi-use gymnasium for basketball, volleyball + badminton
  • Five tennis courts that meet the United States Tennis Association standards
  • A roller rink for street hockey and roller skating
  • Multi-purpose field
  • A walking trail
blue and green tennis courts

Here’s a peek at the courts.

Photo by the CHStoday team.

The facility will be free to use for the community, with the exception of a fee for the pool.

“The North Charleston Sports Complex is a testament to our enduring commitment to community and wellness,” Mayor Reggie Burgess says, “Built for our residents, this facility underscores our dedication to enriching lives through comprehensive recreational opportunities. It signifies our ongoing effort to ensure that North Charleston remains a place where community and health go hand in hand.”

Its regular operating hours:

Monday-Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
Friday- Saturday: 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

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