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PinckneyNPS

Official Instagram feed of Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, part of the National Park System. Located in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

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Oak leaf hydrangea blooming in the Lowcountry
On this #EarthDay we got a little surprise visit from a fellow resident of the Earth. The snake reminded us of the diversity of the resources and all of the opportunities we have to protect its home.
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#JuniorRangerDay at the park. Kids have the opportunity to earn up to 5 Junior Ranger badges, color themselves as junior rangers, and gather a bunch of swag. Come learn from, explore and protect your parks today!
National Park Night at the Joe! Ranger Tom threw out the first pitch to open the Charleston Riverdogs game. #nationalparks #baseball #charlestonriverdogs
Snails on the trails
Pittosporum are flowering on the park #flowers #spring #nps #findyourpark
Caterpillar sunning itself on the path
Flowering azaleas are a sign of early spring at the park. #findyourpark #nps #pinckneynps #azaleas #pink
One of our artists stopped by today to see her artwork on display. Brianna is a local student who showed us what public service means to her having been inspired by Charles Pinckney. #dreamrocketproject #pinckneynps #nps #findyourpark
Students from the local area and across the country let the park know “What Public Service Means to You?” by completing pieces of art currently on display in the museum until the end of April. Come check their masterpieces out! (Photo: NPS) #pinckneynps #findyourpark #nps #publicservice
Camellias are red, and sometimes pink or white too. The staff of Charles Pinckney wishes Happy Valentine’s Day to you. (Photos:NPS) #camellias #nps #pinckneynps #love #valentinesday
Despite a few cold snaps and snow falls, the camellias are coming back happy and healthy. Park volunteers are taking advantage of the blooming season to inventory the trees for future projects. (NPS Photos). #camellias #findyourpark #nps
Park Closed: It’s a winter wonderland at the park today! The site is closed today and tomorrow due to wintry weather. It’s been about seventeen years since a snowfall like this has hit the Charleston area. Be safe! #findyourpark #snow
Thanks for all the likes! #findyourpark #charlespinckney #2017bestnine
Seasons greetings! While the park is closed Monday December 25th, the site will return to normal operations the rest of the week. Come enjoy the grounds! #camellia #pinkperfection #winterbloom #findyourpark
Camellias blooming at the park. It’s the most wonderful time to visit. #camellia #flowers #findyourpark
Gardening is an important part of ensuring visitor enjoyment of the park. We couldn't get this important work done without the dedication of our VIPs (Volunteers in Parks). (Photo: NPS/Clark)
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