As one of the original 13 colonies, South Carolina has a rich history dating prior to the American Revolution. There are almost 80 historic landmarks in South Carolina, from plantations, Revolutionary and Civil War sites, slave, Gullah and African-American culture sites, and landmarks heralding the roles of textiles and agriculture on the state’s economy.
Savannah Lakes Village has two 18-hole award-winning championship golf courses, carved from the rolling landscape wrapping Lake Thurmond, that offer unique challenges and breathtaking vistas. The community also offers activities such as boating and fishing, biking, hiking, swimming and tennis.
Ocean Lakes features 859 campsites and 2,560 annual lease sites on 310 oceanfront acres with nearly one mile of beachfront, four bathhouses, and more than 360 employees in the height of the camping season. It is the largest campground on the east coast and one of the largest in the United States.
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Ninety Six National Historic Site, also known as Old Ninety Six and Star Fort, is a United States National Historic Site about 60 miles south of Greenville, S.C. The first land battle of the Revolutionary War fought in South Carolina took place at Ninety Six in 1775.
La Belle Amie Vineyard is a popular attraction for visitors to the Grand Strand Area and hosts many popular festivals throughout the year. Vineyard guests are invited into the wine tasting room to sample our private label wines and a variety of specialty finishing & dipping sauces, dressings, mustards & more.
Frequented by nature photographers from all over for its unique landscape and dynamic ecosystem, the swamp at Beidler Forest offers a beauty unsurpassed by any other nature sanctuary in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Here, 1,000-year-old trees and native wildlife abound in a pristine sanctuary that has been untouched for millennia.
Designed in 1825 by 'South Carolina's Architect', Robert Mills, and completed in 1827, the courthouse features a copper roof, brick floors, vaulted central hallway, double arched ceilings downstairs, and vestiges of its original radiant heat systems.
Centrally located in the Emerald Triangle Cultural Arts District, Greenwood Community Theatre boasts a healthy offering of theatre, musical theatre, comedy, dramas, classic films, Indie films, music concerts and many rentals to local and touring organizations and businesses.