Pitt Street Bridge

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Why You Should Go

An amazing locale to see the Charleston Harbor and view evening sunsets

A bridge at the end of Pitt Street used to span Cove Inlet to connect Mount Pleasant to Sullivan’s Island. When the newer Ben Sawyer Bridge was constructed, the bridge was no longer used. The city renovated the bridge remains by creating a pedestrian greenway with sodded grass and palmetto trees. The bridge extends to roughly 1/2 of the original length, giving visitors a nice view of the surrounding intracoastal waterway. Locals walk, jog, and fish along the bridge. At the end of the walkway, you can see the remains of the old bridge as it extends toward Sullivan’s Island.

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