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Rivers Bridge State Historic Site
Rich with South Carolinian history, Rivers Bridge State Historic Site is the site of one of the Confederacy's last stands against the Union forces during the Civil War – aptly named the Battle of Rivers Bridge. The park was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972, becoming delightful tourist attraction for central Carolina visitors.
The Rivers Bridge State Historic Site, located just outside of Walterboro, is the only preserved Civil War battlefield in the South Carolina State Parks system. Take the three-quarters of a mile walking tour traversing the grounds, complete with detailed panels or guided by rangers, and experience the history. The park also has picnic shelters, biking accommodations, and is pet-friendly.
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