The Old Sheldon Church, formerly known as the Prince William Parish Church, has had a tumultuous and eventful history. From its first service in 1757 to its present peaceful setting, the church has followed the travails of our region’s history.
Old Sheldon Church Ruins - Yemassee South Carolina SC
The Glenn Springs Presbyterian Church is part of the Glenn Springs Historic District, which is located in Spartanburg County in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Glenn Springs was known for its healing waters and its famous resort, which was a favorite destination for travelers for nearly 60 years.
Brookgreen Gardens is one of South Carolina’s most beloved landmarks. Located just south of Murrells Inlet in Georgetown County, this historic sculpture garden and wildlife preserve is a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike.
Brookgreen Gardens - Murrells Inlet South Carolina SC
Located in the small fishing village of Little River, the Governor’s Lighthouse was commissioned in 1984 by Governor Richard Riley. This small, aptly-named lighthouse was built to honor all South Carolina governors, past and present.
Governor’s Lighthouse - Little River South Carolina SC
The sun sets on another workday for these shrimp trawlers docked at Crosby’s Fish and Shrimp, located in Charleston County. Locally owned and operated, Crosby’s has been serving Folly Beach and James Island for over 30 years.
Crosby’s Fish and Shrimp - Folly Beach South Carolina SC
Caesar’s Head was established as a state park in 1979. The most famous part of the park is at its southern edge, where you will find a large, isolated granite rock protruding over an expansive valley. The giant rock formed approximately 409 million years ago, and stands 3,266 feet above sea level.
Chau-Ram Falls (pronounced “chaw-ram”) is located within Chau-Ram County Park in Westminster. This 40-foot cascading waterfall is the centerpiece of the park, which is often referred to as Oconee County‘s best kept secret.