South Carolina National Parks
Honors Charles Pinckney (1757-1824), who fought in the Revolutionary War and became one of the principal framers of the Constitution.
Established in 2003, this lush land in Central South Carolina is the largest contiguous tract of old growth bottomland hardwoods in the United States.
Commemorates a decisive Revolutionary War victory by the army of Daniel Morgan over Banastre Tarleton and his British troops on January 17, 1781.
The first engagement of the Civil War took place here on April 12-13, 1861. Park also includes Fort Moultrie, scene of the patriot victory of June 28, 1776.
This area is home to one of America's most unique cultures, a tradition first shaped by captive Africans brought to the southern United States from West Africa and continued in later generations by their descendents.
Commemorates a victory by American Patriots over American Loyalists during the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War on October 7, 1780.
This important colonial backcountry trading village is the scene of Nathanael Greene's siege in 1781.
The Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail travels through VA, TN, NC & SC, retracing the route of patriot militia as they tracked down the British.
Discover rice and indigo, pirates and patriots, slaves and freemen, cotton fields and mill villages, swamps and waterfalls, and spirituals and bluegrass by traveling through the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor.