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Camp Welfare A.M.E. Church

The church, like many in the South, was started after the Civil War as a brush arbor church. The annual religious and fellowship service or "camp meeting,"

Winnsboro, SC Churches

Ebenezer A.R. Presbyterian Church

The congregation of Ebenezer hand-molded the bricks to make their church in 1788. During the Civil War, "The Old Brick Church"

Winnsboro, SC Churches


Fairfield County Historical Museum

The museum is located in a three-story brick 1830 Federal-style former home and ladies' boarding school run by Catherine Ladd (1850-1870). This National Register site opened as a house museum in the 1970

Winnsboro, SC Museums

Fairfield Country Club

Course Access: Private
Holes: 9
Reserve Advance Tee Times:

Winnsboro, SC Golf Courses

Ruff and Co. Mercantile

The business has been in town since 1840; the building dates back to 1840

Ridgeway, SC Other Attractions

Lake Wateree State Recreation Area

Looking for a chance to unwind at one of South Carolina’s most beautiful lakes? Why not come explore Lake Wateree State Recreation Area?

Located on Desportes Island, Lake Wateree SRA has a tackle shop/

Winnsboro, SC State Parks

Pig on the Ridge

In 2006, Pig on the Ridge had over 70

Ridgeway, SC Other Attractions


Fairfield County Chamber Of Commerce

Self-guided walking tour brochures for Winnsboro and Ridgeway are available at the Fairfield County Chamber of Commerce office M-F 9am-5pm.

Winnsboro, SC Businesses

Honeysuckle Acres Bed & Breakfast

Four column, white Colonial Home styled in the manner of a small European guest house on seven park-like acres. Perfect for a relaxing stay or available to host weddings, parties brunches'

Winnsboro, SC Businesses

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