Road Trip To 8 Of South Carolina’s National Parks For A Trip Through History

South Carolina’s national park units number in the double digits and include battlefields, forests, and one designated park. But there’s a common thread binding at least eight of them: history. Load up a pack with the essentials, gas up the car, and prepare to embark on a scenic tour to Revolutionary War and Civil War sites, battlefields, forts, a forest, and more. In the short period of just one day, visit eight of the most historically significant national park units in South Carolina.

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Did you know South Carolina is home to so many history-related National Park Service units? How many have you already explored? For more of South Carolina’s fascinating history, take a peek at these 12 random facts about South Carolina that you may not already know are true.

Address: 2625 Park Rd, Blacksburg, SC 29702, USA
Address: 4001 Chesnee Hwy, Gaffney, SC 29341, USA
Address: 1103 SC-248, Ninety Six, SC 29666, USA
Address: 100 National Park Rd, Hopkins, SC 29061, USA
Address: 1254 Long Point Rd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464, USA
Address: 1214 Middle St, Sullivan's Island, SC 29482, USA
Address: 340 Concord St, Charleston, SC 29401, USA
Address: 706 Craven St, Beaufort, SC 29902, USA
Address: 16 Penn Center Cir E, St Helena Island, SC 29920, USA