Just off of Interstate 95 near Santee, there’s a little known Native American burial site, an Indian mound, thought to date all the way back to 1200 A.D. Not only is the mound itself a historical wonder, but the use of the site during the American Revolution doubles the historical significance of this strategic location on Lake Marion.

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The next time you find yourself on Interstate 95 near Santee, take 20 or 30 minutes for a short detour to go check it out. You’ll find it at the end of Fort Watson Road in Santee.

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