Meggett is a historic coastal railroad town located just south of Charleston, SC. Chartered in 1905, Meggett rose to prominence as a major Lowcountry freight hub in the 1920s, connecting the waterway freight system and truck farmers. The town also served as a major distribution point for the second largest oyster and fish cannery in the state.
Today, Meggett is a peaceful, quiet community of creeks, marsh, old homes and new, old families and newcomers – all located just 30 minutes from downtown Charleston and 30 minutes from the sandy shores of Edisto Beach on the Atlantic.
Roxbury Park is owned and managed by the Town Of Meggett, SC. The park is located on the east side of State Highway 174, about 5 miles south of US 17. Covering 157 acres of land, the park is bordered by Little Britton Road on the south, the Toogoodoo Creek on the north, a privately owned hayfield on the east, and of course Hwy 174 on the west.