Archaeology Camps

Explore the past
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Living History

Learn from the past where history happened
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The Hollingsworth Outdoor Center sits on the 1823 plantation site of Dr. Thomas Collin Austin and contains a lovely manor house and a well-preserved set of outbuildings that are unique in the upstate. The center is used for hands-on living history activities, Summer Day Camps, and Special events.

Location Amenities

  • Covered pavillion
  • Hiking Trails
  • Ga-Ga Ball


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