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My wife and I decided to go there just to see a little bit of history in Summerville. As we arrived we saw quite a few sheriffs cars there who were having daily training sessions with their k 9 dogs. They were very friendly and...More
Fabulous place - and the ranger that I saw was so passionate about this! He said - imagine four blocks of downtown Charleston right here - and he waved his hand over this open area. That's what this place used to be. They are still...More
This was the site where, back in the mid 1600's, the British came up river to establish a community in Dorchester County. The river becomes too shallow past this point, so that is why it is there. Old evidence of tabby walls, remains of an...More
This is a lovely park, one of the smallest in South Carolina but it can hold its own among the other 46 park in the state. It is a historic site first of all, containing the ruins of a Revolutionary war era church…St. George’s Anglican...More
Admission is $2 for adults, $1.25 for seniors, and children under 15 are free. It is usually based on an "Honor" system of envelopes and a place to put them at the front gate. I have been there 3 times and have yet to ever... More
Admission is $2 for adults, $1.25 for seniors, and children under 15 are free. It is usually based on an "Honor" system of envelopes and a place to put them at the front gate. I have been there 3 times and have yet to ever see an attendant. More information can be found online at "colonial dorchester".