Things to Do in Allendale County
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One of the most attractive courthouses in South Carolina. The building was gutted by fire in 1998. Renovation in 2004 preserved the original shell of the building while providing the county with a modern facility.
Fresh produce, plants, dairy, and more. Picnic tables and a playground are available. Special events are scheduled throughout the year. Open seasonally. Thursday-Friday 10am-4pm and Saturday 10am-3pm.
Enjoy the best of the best when you visit Cedar Knoll Hunting Lodge on your next hunting trip. Located near the Savannah River south of Fairfax, South Carolina in the beautiful Lowcountry. Deer, wild boar and bobwhite quail hunting. Lodge sleeps 30 and features 70 campsites with electricity, water, sewer hookups, light and corral horse stalls; and an additional 70 sites with electricity, water, sewer, a light and permanent tie lines. Showers, restrooms and coin laundry located near campsites. 3 dump stations.
A full service lodge providing year-round opportunities for outdoorsmen and women to enjoy the wonderful natural resources available in Allendale County. Hunting available for whitetail deer, feral hogs, alligator and wild turkey. Fishing and quail hunting trips are available a la carte. Full service gunsmith shop and shooting range onsite. Other outdoor activities available are kayaking, mountain biking, camping and naturalist tours. Lodge can accommodate groups of 1 to 22 people. Reservations required. Full meal service available.
Originally named the Westobou River for the Westo Indians (a warlike tribe who lived in a village on the Westobou), the river was later renamed for the Savannah Native Americans.
The Swallow Savannah Methodist Church had its beginnings here in a log house in 1815. When the town of Allendale was founded, around 1875, the church moved to town. The church members hated to leave the old spot and thus began using it as a burying ground. The cemetery is still in use today.
The original building was Allendale's high school. Lighted tennis courts, ball field and park with pond. The library houses a collection of photographs and Native American artifacts.