Archaeology Camps

Explore the past
Registration coming soon!

Living History

Learn from the past where history happened
Program information coming soon
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


Summer has started, but due to popular demand, we've added some new outdoor camps at the Hollingsworth Outdoor Center in Simpsonville. Beginning Week 5, campers have new options for some outdoorsy fun including: Low Ropes Course Archery Firebuilding (w/ the...


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