Riding the back roads of South Carolina usually brings a bit of peace as you wander through the backcountry. Yet, it also means discovering hidden gems, like Cooper’s Country Store. This legendary spot has been a destination for those heading to the Grand Strand for decades and decades. Whether you’re itching for one of its famously popular BBQ sandwiches, in need of a cold beverage for your drive in the country, or are simply curious about this old store, a visit here will definitely take you back in time.

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Cooper’s Country Store is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. It’s located on US-521 almost halfway between Manning and Georgetown. Is there a South Carolina general store near you that has become a tradition to stop at? Share it in the comments so we can all check it out!

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A charming small town to keep an eye out for is Conway near Myrtle Beach. Take a peek at it in this quick video:

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