5971 West Jim Bilton Blvd.
Saint George, SC 29477
Phone: (843) 563-4195
Fax: (843) 563-3540
St. George would have remained yet another obscure town in South Carolina, had a grocery shop owner John Walters not realized that his town consumes the highest amount of grits in the world! The result was the World Grits Festival that takes place each spring, drawing over 30,000 inter-state visitors. This town also boasts a number of antique shops, traditional pubs, leafy avenues, opportunities to swim, hike and get onto adventure trails, and a relaxed vibe that is comparable to none.
The White House United Methodist Church is one of the most prominent Methodist church sites of the Orangeburg region. The brilliantly structured church building dates back to the 1850s era and is also included in the National Register of Historic Places.
Walterboro Historic District is an integral part of Walterboro's history and heritage. The buildings in this district were mostly constructed between 1800 and 1940s era; residential constructions dominate this area, there are few religious and public buildings too. Incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places, Walterboro Library Society Building and Walterboro High School are few of the many historic buildings within the Walterboro Historic District.