Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
529 Hwy 601 S
Lugoff, SC 29078
Phone: (803) 438-6990
Fax: (803) 438-6885
529 Hwy 601 S Half mile from E 92 off I-20, Lugoff, SC, US, 29078
- Phone: (803) 438-6990
- Fax: (803) 438-6885
The Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site is a historic site that features the historic events occured here. The site is best known for the Southern theater of the American Revolutionary War. The site also features the grounds that were used in the early wars and the land is spread over 107 acres. Several structure s present here maintain the artifacts and war materials that were used during the wars.
Often called "The Patron Saint of Camden", this noble Catawba Indian befriended the early Camden settlers and reigns over Camden in the form of a life sized weather vane that sits on the tower of what once was the circa 1886 Opera House.
Beautiful historic home that was built by Bond Conway, the first African-American in Camden on record to buy his freedom. Features of the house include original heart pine floor boards, original roof beams, and exquisite woodwork and a mantelpiece in the central room. Group tours are available with prior arrangements.
You'll get a glimpse of Colonial village life during the Revolutionary War period at this historic site that includes two circa-1800 log houses and the authentically reconstructed Kershaw-Cornwallis House. Trails are on site that lead visitors to fortifications, picnic facilities, and a powder magazine. A gift shop is also on site that offers a variety of local crafts and period reproductions. Self guided tours are available daily, and guided tours are available with reservations.
This is the battle site of the Revolutionary War where General Nathanael Greene and his men provided a strong resistance to Lord Cornwallis' British troops, which eventually led to the British evacuation of Camden.
The heroes of several wars, notable past residents, and early settlers are buried in these adjoining hallowed grounds that are still in use today.
Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930
A huge collection of South Carolina governmental records dating back to 1671 is housed at this research center with records including legislative records, court records, treasury records, court records, county and municipal records, military service records, and a large microfilm collection of public and semipublic records relation to South Carolina.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this magnificent Italianate Revival-style mansion is owned by International Paper and is furnished with the Scarborough-Hamer Collection of decorative arts and fine furniture from the Victorian Period, 1830 to 1901. Tours are available every Friday and Saturday.
One of the installations of the U.S military, Fort Jackson is an active fortification of the army that also acts as a training center. Built in 1917, this fort has been active and has served the military through both the World Wars, and continues to be a much used facility. The fort is also home to the Chaplain Corps Museum. See the website to know more.
This State park provides access to one of South Carolina's most pristine lakes with fishing, skiing, sailing, boating, and swimming just some of the activities available. There are also 72 camp site available in the park and a bait and tackle store is on site that sells fishing licenses and souvenirs.
Built by Dr. Joshua Fulton Ensor, a major in the Union Army during the Civil War who was sent to Columbia to treat wounded Union soldiers and who served as Superintendent for what is now the South Carolina State Hospital, this beautiful house is a popular rental facility for weddings, parties, reunions, and special events and features beautifully landscaped grounds that contain a scenic pond, fountain, and concrete picnic tables.