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The Lake Club is open! Riverside's newest amenity overlooks Bolden Lake.

After years of planning and months of site preparation and construction, the highly anticipated Lake Club has opened just in time for the warm days of summer. Set on the northern end of 20-acre Bolden Lake in the heart of the Riverside custom homes neighborhood, The Lake Club includes a resort-style pool, large open-air pavilion, fire pit, ample space for relaxing and socializing and parking for cars, golf carts and bicycles. The location overlooking Bolden Lake was chosen so that guests can enjoy long views across the lake as well as cooling breezes throughout the summer, while also being close to the boardwalk and walking trail.

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Carolina Park is a 1,700-acre master-planned community where recreation, shopping, education and gracious family living all reside in a unique park-like setting. A thoughtful mix of public and private spaces lends to the rich texture and inspiring energy of this growing area. From the close-knit, traditional neighborhoods of The Village to the stunning custom and luxury homes in Riverside, Carolina Park is more than Mount Pleasant's fastest-growing and most dynamic community – it's the ideal place for you to call home.

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Latest News

July 12, 2021

Custom Homesites in Sawyer’s Island Enclave Sell in Record Time

Mt. Pleasant, SC – Just weeks after its newest phase of custom homesites were released, Carolina Park announced that contracts had been written on all 25 of the properties that comprise the new Sawyer’s Island enclave in Riverside. “Sawyer’s Island is an exceptional collection of properties and our first offering of marsh front homesites,” said Brian Keels, COO of Carolina Park Development. “We knew it would attract significant interest, but I’m not sure even we could have anticipated how...

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