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  • Aiken State Park
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    1145 State Park Road
    Windsor, SC 29856

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    803-649-2857

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    Aiken State Park
    State Park on the Edisto River
    Four spring-fed lakes and the meandering South Fork Edisto River make Aiken State Park a popular destination to go birding, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, picnicking, campings and hiking. The park was built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
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  • Barnwell State Park
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    223 State Park Road
    Blackville, SC 29817

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    803-284-2212

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    Barnwell State Park
    State Park known for fishing, camping and cabins
    Acquired in 1937, Barnwell State Park is a 307-acre park originally constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps, a public works program set up in the 1930s by President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal. Examples of its work can be seen at the spillway, picnic shelters and the lower lake. Known for its fishing and large meeting facility, Barnwell State Park features five vacation cabins, a 25-site camping area and a nature trail. A large playground and picnic shelters are also available.
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  • Chattooga Sounds Camp
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    2851 Damascus Church Road
    Long Creek, SC 29658

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    864-647-6196

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    Chattooga Sounds Camp
    Camp ground near the Chattooga River with ropes course and kayak rentals
    Chattooga Sounds Camp is a campground located in Long Creek near the Chattooga River. Offering walk-in and drive-in tent sites plus sleeping sheds, group camp area plus picnic shelter and bathhouses. Chattooga Sounds also features a low-ropes course, kayak rentals and customized trips.
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  • Conference Center & Inn at Clemson University
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    230 Madren Center Drive
    Clemson, SC 29634

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    864-654-9020

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    Conference Center & Inn at Clemson University
    Clemson University owned hotel and golf course with on-site restaurant featuring Clemson's famous blue-cheese
    You're in Tiger Country now! Clemson University's own hotel and golf course is adjacent to the South Carolina Botanical Gardens and is the only lakeside hotel and golf course in the Clemson area. Complimentary wireless and continental breakfast are available at the charming 89 room Inn. The 18 hole championship golf course includes a driving range, putting and chipping green and fully stocked pro shop. Rental clubs are available. Seasons-By-The-Lake Restaurant, Joe's Place Bar, tennis courts and an outdoor, seasonal pool are also on site.
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  • Devil's Fork State Park
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    161 Holcombe Circle
    Salem, SC 29676

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    864-944-2639

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    Mountain Lakes

    Devil's Fork State Park
    State Park on 7500-acre Lake Jocassee known for campground and outdoor activities
    Devils Fork State Park provides the only public access to Lake Jocassee, a largely undeveloped 7,500-acre reservoir tucked deep in the Cherokee Foothills. The park is popular with families, fishermen, scuba divers and boaters, who enjoy Jocassee’s uncrowded setting and spectacular scenery including waterfalls that cascade into the lake off of steep, wooded slopes. Full campground amenities and modern villas are also highlights of the park. The hiking and nature trails provide opportunities to spot the rare Oconee bell spring flowers, experience the fall color show, or catch a glimpse of a bald eagle or peregrine falcon patrolling the mountain skies.
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  • Edisto Beach State Park
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    8377 State Cabin Road
    Edisto Island, SC 29438

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    843-869-2756

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    Edisto Beach State Park
    Beach-front State Park with Native American history, environmental education center, cabins and campsites
    One of four oceanfront state parks in SC, Edisto Beach State Park is known for being rich in both history and nature. There is an ancient shell midden that created by the Edisto Indians in 2,000 B.C. This mound, made up mostly of oyster shells was where the Native Americans deposited of their trash and other unwanted items. Most popular on site are the nature trails, the Environmental Education Center, its educational programs, completely furnished cabins, campsites and of course the view of the South Carolina coastline!
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  • Givhans Ferry State Park
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    746 Givhans Ferry Road
    Ridgeville, SC 29472

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    843-873-0692

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    Givhans Ferry State Park
    State Park along the Edisto River known for fishing, camping and a part of the Edisto River Kayak & Canoe Trail that begins in Colleton State Park
    Givhans Ferry State Park sits at the end of the 21-mile long stretch of the Edisto River Kayak & Canoe Trail that begins at Colleton State Park. The Edisto is the longest free-flowing blackwater river in North America, and glimpses of it can be seen from the bluffs outside the cabins at Givhans Ferry. Trails, fishing, camping and picnics are also favorite activities here.
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  • Hickory Knob State Resort Park
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    1591 Resort Drive
    McCormick, SC 29835

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    864-391-5380

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    Hickory Knob State Resort Park
    State Park on 70,000-acre reservoir famous for 18 holes of lakeside golf
    The only full-service resort in the SC State Park Service, Hickory Knob rests on rolling, wooded shorline alongside 70,000-acre Strom Thurmond Reservoir on the Savannah River. Hickory Knob offers 18 holes of lakeside championship golf, tennis, skeet shooting and archery, a swimming pool, full-service restaurant and meeting facilities. You can pick from 70 different lodge-style rooms, including a 1770s French Hugenot house.
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  • Huntington Beach State Park
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    16148 Ocean Highway
    Murrells Inlet, SC 29576

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    843-237-4440

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    Huntington Beach State Park
    Beach-front park with camping, educational center, birding, swimming and a National Historic Landmark
    Huntington Beach State Park and the adjacent Brookgreen Gardens were originally all one property owned by renowned 20th century sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington and her husband Archer, a noted scholar on Spanish culture. On the beachfront section of their property, the Huntingtons built Atalaya, now a National Historic Landmark, as their winter home and working studio for Anna. Now you can take a tour of Atalaya or enjoy the famed nature and wildlife of Huntington Beach State Park. Recognized as one of the best birding sites on the East Coast, Huntington Beach State Park is comprised of 2,500 acres that supports a diverse assemblage of flora and fauna. Habitats within the park include sandy beach and dune swale econsystems, intertidal rocky shore (jetty), salt, brackish and freshwater marshes, higher elevation maritime forest communities, hammock island ecosystems and three miles of undeveloped beach. The park has an educational center and offers swimming, fishing, nature programs, a gift shop and camping.
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  • keowee toxaway
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    108 Resident Drive
    Sunset, SC 29685

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    864-868-2605

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    Keowee Toxaway State Natural Area

    1000 acres of mountainous terrain, the Jocassee Gorges Visitors Center, camping and cabins

    This park’s 1000 acres of mountainous terrain provide protection for outstanding rock outcrops, views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, rhododendron, mountain laurel and other unique mountain flora and fauna. The site includes picnic areas, hiking trails, and the Jocassee Gorges Visitor Center, as well as a cabin and overnight camping areas.


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  • Liberty Lodge
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    105 Liberty Lane
    Walhalla, SC 29691

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    864-638-8239

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    Liberty Lodge
    Quaint southern inn at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains
    This quaint southern inn, featuring five distinct rooms, is nestled among the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Reservations include a full breakfast each morning. Packages are available to make your stay unique and complete. A restaurant is also available at the Inn.
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  • Lookaway Inn
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    103 West Forest Avenue
    North Augusta, SC 29841

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    803-426-1030

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    Lookaway Inn
    Southern mansion transformed into elegant inn
    This historic southern mansion is a classic Beaux-Arts jewel from the 1800s. Guests enjoy large elegant bedrooms with spacious private baths, a landscaped courtyard and gardens all accessed by way of grand verandas. Lookaway is the sister property of Rosemary Inn B&B, both of which were built by the founder of North Augusta and his family. Lookaway is a stones throw from the Savannah River and the quaint downtown of North Augusta.
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  • Middleton Place Plantation and Gardens
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    4300 Ashley River Road
    Charleston, SC 29414

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    843-556-6020

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    Middleton Place Plantation and Gardens

    18th century plantation, house museum tour, a stableyard farm experience, African American educational programs and an adjacent Inn and restaurant

    Middleton Place is a carefully preserved 18th century plantation on the banks of the Ashley River that has survived the American Revolution, Civil War, earthquake and hurricanes. It was the residence of Henry Middleton, president of the first Continental Congress and his son, Arthur, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The National Historic Landmark encompasses America’s oldest landscaped gardens, the Middleton Place House and plantation stableyards. Programs are available to visitors to describe life on a lowcountry plantation as experienced by both master and slave from the Colonial period through 19th Century planter family. The stableyard program focuses on farm animals, historic crafts and agricultural skills. A demonstration rice field of Carolina Gold Rice provides a visual picture of the prominence of this one crop during the 18th and 19th century. For a complete experience, check out the adjacent Middleton Inn and restaurant!


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  • Oconee State Park
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    624 State Park Road
    Mountain Rest, SC 29664

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    864-638-5353

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    Oconee State Park
    State Park in the Blue Ridge foothills
    Deep in the Blue Ridge foothills,Oconee State Park has welcomed visitors since it was first built in the 1930s. It’s popular for its several picturesque hiking trails and the well-kept cabins and campgrounds. The park’s fishing lakes offer bass and bream, and the woods are full of wildlife, fur and feather alike. Adjacent to Sumter National Forest, the park serves as a jumping-off point to the nearby Chattooga and Chauga rivers, hotspots for whitewater rafting and trout fishing. The park also marks the southern trailhead for the Foothills Trail, an 80-mile wilderness hike on the dramatic Blue Ridge Escarpment.
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  • Old Village Post House
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    101 Pitt Street
    Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

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    843-388-8935

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    Old Village Post House
    An elegant inn and restaurant located in historic fishing village
    Old Village Post House is a neighborhood gem in the heart of the quaint historic fishing village of Mount Pleasant. You can drop in for a meal, a drink or even an overnight stay in one of their six elegant rooms. Either way you are in for some warm southern hospitality!
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  • Pleasant Lane
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    318 Pleasant Lane Road
    Edgefield, SC 29824

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    1-888-771-3161

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    Pleasant Lane Acres B&B

    Bed & Breakfast in historic home, luncheons also available

    The oak-lined driveway takes you right up to Pleasant Lane Acres, a restored farm house that was lovingly restored by a husband and wife team. Take a stroll to the pond, take a nap and dine on the massive front porch with home-cooked yumminess. Leisure is the name of the game here at this country get-away!


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  • Price House Cottage B&B
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    224 Sumter Avenue
    Summerville, SC 29483

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    843-871-1877

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    Price House Cottage B&B
    200 year old cottage restored to B&B in historic downtown Summerville
    Located in historic Summerville and conveniently close to Charleston, Price House Cottage B&B offers luxury and uniquely private surrounds in an almost 200 year old servants quarters that have been restored to exacting detail. The cottage has its own private paved driveway with off-street parking, a brick patio and a sunken hot tub. You can venture into the 1812 Main House for weekend gourmet breakfasts.
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  • Rocky Retreat B&B
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    1000 Milwee Creek Road
    Pendleton, SC 29670

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    864-225-3494

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    Rocky Retreat B&B
    156 year-old B&B in historic Pendleton
    This classic example of an upcountry plantation house has been fully restored and now welcomes guests as a bed and breakfast. Know locally as the Boone-Douthit House, the retreat is located near historic Pendleton. The 156-year old home is perfect for weekend getaways, retreats, receptions or comfortable overnight stays.
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  • Rose Hill Estate
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    221 Greenville Street, NW
    Aiken, SC 29801

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    803-648-1181

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    Rose Hill Estate
    Historic B&B, stables restaurant, beer garden and event venue
    In the late 1890s Rose Hill estate was the Shingle-Style Dutch Colonial home of the Phelps family. Now it is a beloved Bed & Breakfast, restaurant and beer garden and a popular event venue. Rose Hill Estate is the first property in Aiken to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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  • Rosemary Inn B&B
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    804 Carolina Avenue
    North Augusta, SC 29841

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    803-426-1546

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    Rosemary Inn B&B
    Historic Inn built off the banks of the Savannah River bordering SC & GA
    Rosemary Inn was built at the turn-of-the-century overlooking the town of North Augusta, the Savannah River and Augusta, GA. The view is no accident. The founding father of North Augusta, James U. Jackson, completed construction on Rosemary Hall in 1902. The home echoes the classic style of the antebellum era, although the interior reflects the fashion of the Gilded Age. In 1992, Rosemary and Lookaway (Rosemary's sister property across the street) were completely renovated and restored as a pair of historic inns with twenty-three guest rooms. Today, Rosemary Inn provides the perfect setting for business meetings, luncheons, afternoon tea, weddings and receptions, or just a relaxing overnight stay.
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  • santee state park
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    251 State Park Road
    Santee, SC 29142

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    803-854-4834

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    Santee State Park

    State Park along Lake Marion with hiking, biking, camping, cabins and pontoon boats

    The camping and cabins are a favorite at this park, some of which are located on piers on the lake where catfish is the main catch. There's plenty of trails for hiking and biking, and pontoon boat rides on the flooded cypress forest.


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  • Table Rock State Park
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    158 East Ellison Lane
    Pickens, SC 29671

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    864-878-9813

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    Table Rock State Park
    State Park with two lakes backdropped by a towering mountain
    Situated on the National Scenic Highway 11, Table Rock is named for the towering mountain that serves as a backdrop for the 3,000 acre park. The hiking trails serve as an access point for the 80-mile Foothills Trail where you can pass mountain streams and waterfalls. There are also cabins, a campground and an old-fashioned swimming hole on one of the park's two lakes.
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  • The Bleckley Inn
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    151 East Church Street
    Anderson, SC 29624

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    864-225-7203

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    The Bleckley Inn
    Elegant boutique hotel in historic building
    Located in the heart of downtown Anderson, The Bleckley Inn offers guests a touch of rustic sophistication, a glance into Southern history and a journey into the elegance of a boutique hotel experience! This luxurious 14-room getaway features wooden floors and exposed brick from more than 100 years ago combined with technology and conveniences of today. The Bleckley Inn offers a perfect combination of splendor and simplicity!
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  • shamrockhouse
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    814 Moorefield Memorial Highway
    Sunset, SC 29841

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    706-993-5325

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    The Shamrock House

    Historic cabin in the mountains of the Upcountry

    The Shamrock House is a historic cabin property located in the mountains of upstate South Carolina featuring beautiful architecture and stonework. The grounds include walking trails to enjoy the natural beauty, abundant wildlife, a trout stream, and trout pond. The main cabin is thought to have been one of the first homes with electricity in the area, powered by a water-wheel at the back of the property. The remains of the stone structure which once supported the wheel are still viewable, as the stream continuously runs through the structure to this day.

    The Shamrock House cabins are available for short term rental for families to enjoy year-round.


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  • Thee Matriarch
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    1170 Fischer Street
    Orangeburg, SC 29115

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    803-937-3022

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    Thee Matriarch B&B Meeting & Special Events Venue

    Family-owned and operated B&B known for their culinary events and meeting space

    Thee Matriarch is located in the heart of historic downtown Orangeburg. The charming Bed and Breakfast also hosts the most unique events in town. Be sure to check out the website for an upcoming Jazz Night, grab a delicious lunch every first Friday, or try your hand at Top Chef Tuesday! Thee Matriarch also welcomes event rentals.


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