The site is just a mile or so off I-20 between Columbia, SC and Florence, SC. The site motto is, "Spend a few peaceful hours where the British spent a rough year."
The first building we explored was the Cunningham House.
The Cunningham House. It also serves as the park office and gift shop. Because I'm an old man and a veteran, park admission was $4.00. No charge for Tippy-Too who was delighted that she could take the tour.
Most every "war" park has cannons. Tippy-Too was checking to see if the other side of this sign said the same thing.
Blacksmithing - Back then the preferred mode of transportation was via horses. Horses need shoes = blacksmith work.
This is not just a display - Everything pictured actually works.
Tippy-Too thought that this bench was pretty. I think that it's at least unusual.
Camden is the oldest existing inland town in South Carolina and was part of a township plan for the colony ordered by King George, II in 1730.
There's lots more here - We'll cover that tomorrow.
Hope to see you then,
Ron, Tippy-Too and Treky