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Fishing Creek

Learning of the disaster at Camden, Patriot Gen. Thomas Sumter pulled his troops northward and camped at Fishing Creek near Great Falls. Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton's mounted troops riding double caught up with Sumter's men on August 18, 1780

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Chestnut Grove Ame Zion

Only African-American Spanish-American War Veteran's grave in the country. Please call the church or the Chester County library (803-377-8145)

Chester, SC Other Attractions

Colvin Farm Bed And Breakfast

Colvin Farm is a tranquil 12 acre retreat in the rolling hills of the Piedomnt. The relaxed and comfortable 1835

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The Pinckney Inn

An 18th century victorian home, the Pinckney Inn has a spacious executive suite located in downtown Chester. Suite has living area/bedroom/bathroom & kitchen. Also a smaller suite has bedroom with couch, kitchennete and bath. Weekly &

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Things to do Other Attractions near Chester, SC

Cheraw Lyceum

The Lyceum (c. 1820) began as a chancery court, became the Lyceum Meeting Room and private library, served as Cheraw's first...

Gethsemane Baptist

Founded 1852, cemetery, first African-American congregation in the county....

Ruff and Co. Mercantile

The business has been in town since 1840; the building dates back to 1840 and they still heat the place with a wood stove....

Lake Wateree Properties

Quiet, peaceful. Several small, rustic cabins fronting on Lake Wateree....

Trails of Terror - Haunted Hayride

For those of you who think you may be brave enough to take a ride through our Trails of Terror, here are some things you shou...