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Ninety Six came off as the most manicured national park I've been too:) And I have visited 53 in the last year:) I almost started looking for golf balls a couple of times, it was just that pretty:) Still, it's a nice and easy one...More
This was so interesting & full of history! A must see if you're anywhere near. You will not be disappointed. Two battles happened here, one in 1775 & the other in 1781. You can explore the visitor center which houses a museum & 20 minute...More
This is a wonderful national historic site. The national park has done a good job of preserving the site of the star fort and the former village of Ninety Six. The visitor's center is pleasant and its staff are accommodating. I highly recommend the 20-minute...More
Cam by on a Friday around 3:00 on our way home from Myrtle Beach. It takes you off the I-26 38 miles outside of the town of 96. It takes 1 1/2 hours to walk to the Star fort. There is a movie in the...More
We only stopped here because it was in my Passport to the National Parks and on the way to where we were headed. We had never heard of it. Glad we stopped!!
A huge Revolutionary War battle was fought here in 1781. There isn't much...More
So much history in such a small place. The movie was informative and the young lady at the visitor's center was very helpful. Self-paced walk through the site with plenty of information along the way. The outline of the Star Fort is clearly visible and...More
A well preserved Revolutionary War Battlefield and Fort. The interpretive center was under renovation, so it was somewhat limited. Signage on the walk through the outdoor site was excellent and explained pretty much any question a person would have. We were there in December, they...More