Eutaw Springs Battlefield Park, Eutawville

#257 of 274 in Parks in South Carolina
Park · Hidden Gem · Landmark
Eutaw Springs Battleground Park is a historic site located near Eutawville, Orangeburg County, South Carolina. It was the site of the American Revolutionary War Battle of Eutaw Springs. The battle occurred on September 8, 1781, and was the last major engagement of the war in the Carolinas. The site includes a historic marker and the tomb of British Commander Major John Marjoribanks.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970.
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  • While a bit off the beaten path, this is an historic site that has been well preserved by the local community. As part of a very pleasant drive that included Francis Marion's burial place and this...  more »
  • Historical markers and maps of last major battle in the south the British left South Carolina after this fight Wich historians called a draw
  • Should've had more about the war but a very good experience just knowing that it been a war right there☺😋

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