When You Take The Baynard Trail, It’ll Lead You To Extraordinary Ancient Ruins In South Carolina

South Carolina is brimming with historical ruins worthy of a road trip to witness the remains of the likes of churches, river mills, and more – like the Stoney-Baynard architectural ruins found hiding almost in plain sight in Hilton Head.

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Stoney-Baynard ruins were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. The site is open to visitors from dawn to dusk. Admission and parking are free.

If you love exploring South Carolina’s history or extraordinary sites that contain ruins, then be sure to read These 7 Trails In South Carolina Will Lead You To Extraordinary Ancient Ruins and Few People Know About This Crashed Bomber Plane Hiding Deep In The South Carolina Woods.

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Address: Plantation Dr, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928, USA