What to do, where to stay,& what to eat in Camden
Our mild climate and many activities make Camden a great place to visit year-round. Check out all the fun opportunities and start planning your vacation today.
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Experience the past. Enjoy the present.
You may have heard about equestrian events at our world famous Springdale race course, or the historic architecture of our beautiful downtown, but Camden has so much more to offer! We hope you’ll come experience all of our activities, festivals, and museums for yourself.
Take a walking or driving tour of beautiful antebellum mansions using a guide book from the local historical society. Check out the publications available from the Kershaw County Historical Society.
Camden was the location of one of the greatest defeats for the colonies during the Revolutionary War. A dozen signs describe the action on over two miles of trails. More information is available from the Palmetto Conservation Foundation.
Float down a 3 mile cypress canoe trail at Goodale State Park and be transported into awe-inspiring scenery with an incredible variety of indigenous wildlife.
The Camden Revolutionary War Park, a 98 acre outdoor museum complex, includes several restored period houses, reconstructions of military fortifications, and a mansion that was used as British headquarters during the war.
View exhibits exploring our regional history at the Camden Archives and Museum in the Carnegie Library, built in 1915.
Take a spin around the track at the Carolina Motorsports Park, or just watch other enthusiasts race by!
Explore our city’s gorgeous architecture and fascinating history with a carriage ride from Camden Carriages.
The Quaker cemetery is over 250 years old. You'll see the graves of Camden's first settlers, including war heroes, ministers, merchants, and physicians.
Visit the National Steeplechase Museum at the historic Springdale Race Course, the only institution in the US dedicated to the history of Steeplechase racing.
Stop at one of our tack shops to shop for equestrian products. Or, take in a horse race at the South Carolina Equine Park.
Watch the Aberdeen Polo Match, an annual charity event played on one of America’s oldest polo fields.
Camden is home to many antique shops each offering something different. Take some time to enjoy the stores while visiting downtown Camden. Click here to view some of the shops.
For more ideas, check out these pages, filled with fun and exciting things to do in Camden!
Blues Festival | Camden Archives and Museum | Aberdeen Polo Match | Carolina Cup | Colonial Cup | Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County | Historic Camden | Jazz Festival | Motorsports | SC Equine Park | Steeplechase Museum