National Park Service | South Carolina
Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
The historic site was established to interpret Charles Pinckney's plantation Snee Farm, his role in the development of the United States Constitution and the transition of the United States from a group of colonies to a young nation.
Congaree National Park
The monument rests on a floodplain of the Congaree River and is not a true swamp. This remnant preserves the largest intact tract of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest in the United States.
Cowpens National Battlefield
Cowpens National Battlefield commemorates a decisive battle that helped turn the tide of war in the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution. The battle at the "Cow Pens" is recognized by historians as one of the most important of the American Revolution.
Fort Moultrie National Monument
Fort Moultrie's history covers 171 years of seacoast defense, including the first decisive victory in the American Revolution and the firing onto Fort Sumter during the first battle of the Civil War. The third Fort Moultrie, built in 1809, stands today.
Fort Sumter National Monument
America's most tragic conflict ignited at Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861, when a chain reaction of social, economic and political events exploded into civil war. At the heart of these events was the issue of states rights versus federal authority flowing over the underlying issue of slavery.
Kings Mountain National Military Park
Kings Mountain National Military Park commemorates a pivotal and significant victory by American Patriots over American Loyalists during the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War.
Ninety Six National Historic Site
Ninety Six figures prominently in the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution. The first land battle south of New England was fought here in 1775 and in 1780. The park site covers 989.14 acres.
Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail
The Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail (OVNHT) follows the Revolutionary War route of Patriot militia men from Virginia, eastern Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia to the battle of Kings Mountain, South Carolina.