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Few counties have contributed as much as Kershaw County to South Carolina’s history. Kershaw County’s county seat, Camden, is the oldest inland city in South Carolina. The area hosted fourteen battles of the American Revolution, including the infamous Battle of Camden, and now boasts three National Historic Landmarks out of 19 nationally registered historic places. Land and farms in Kershaw County, South Carolina benefit from local history, in their infrastructure and accessibility. Kershaw County’s top agricultural products include grain, soybeans, turkey, quail, and cattle, but the versatility of the environment supports the growth of a variety of other crops, livestock, and aquaculture as well. The county’s location amid several major highways connects Kershaw County, South Carolina land and farms to major cities like Columbia, Atlanta, Charlotte, and even Washington, DC. Amtrak train lines run through the county as well, connecting the area to major cities along the East Coast.
Kershaw County, South Carolina land and farms range from stately, historic townhouses, to elegant suburban estates, to quiet forested farms. Kershaw County’s seat, Camden, hosts an all-ages “Revolutionary War Field Days” reenactment every November, bringing locals and visitors out to support local education and local businesses. More modern recreational opportunities can be found at Goodale State Park and the Lake Wateree Recreation Area, which offer idyllic nature walks, ramps for boat excursions, and a bounty of beaches for swimming and relaxing. Visitors can also find hidden gems by exploring Kershaw County’s vibrant small towns: the Bethune annual Chicken Strut festival features a classic car show, carnival rides, and live musical performances, while the Elgin Catfish Stomp parade wows visitors and locals every December. Even more local treasures can be found exploring Kershaw County’s many local businesses and restaurants.
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