Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site

Located on 107 acres, the Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site is the place to learn about some major victories and losses during the American Revolutionary War. This area served as a British supply post between 1780 and 1781 and as a garrison during the battles of Camden and Hobkirk's Hill. The area is refurbished but still keeps that special taste of history. Artifacts from the battles are kept here, so those with an itch to learn will be in luck. 

Things to Do

Things To Do Near Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site

RV enthusiasts have plenty to see and do here, from gift shops, to tours, to restaurants. This historic site lets you glimpse through history with its live re-enactments of different historical events and battles. There is also a nature trail for those looking to walk or run and take in the sights. 

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How To Get To Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site

The Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site is located in north-central South Carolina. Head southwest on I-20 W, and take exit 92. Merge onto US-601 S toward St. Matthews. Turn left to merge onto I-20 E toward Florence, and stay on it for about 5.4 miles. Take exit 98 for US-521 N toward Camden. Turn left onto US-521 N, and then, turn right onto Historical Ln. The destination will be on the left.  The Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site is open from Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.


222 Broad St, Camden, SC 29020 

Fee: Entry Fee (per adult 64 years and younger) $5

Fee: Entry Fee (per senior 65 years and older) $4

Fee: Entry Fee (per Military personnel with ID) $4

Fee: Entry Fee (per student 15 years or younger) $4

Fee: Entry Fee (per child) There is no entry fee for children under 5 years old.

RVers with a constantly unsatisfied itch for American history will love the Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. You can learn about the Battle of Camden long ago or visit one of the many museums, restaurants, and parks, all from the comfort of your RV. RVing is a great way to travel the United States with all the comforts of home at your fingertips.