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I love taking pictures at the park. Great scenery, and history to go along with it. The no seeum gnats were really out in full force one day. They forced us to go.
I lived in Charleston in the early 70's, my dad use to take us kids to visit all the historical sites in and around Charleston SC. So while we were visiting for our anniversary I took my husband to a few places. But this was one of my favorites as a kid. It has a wall that is still standing... 更多
My son and his bride got married here in a simple ceremony at the bell tower. We've been coming to Ft Dorchester for over 50 years and it's the perfect spot for most anything even a wedding. We were able to hold the reception at Wescott Park just 3 miles down the road. Park staff was most helpful and this... 更多
Not many people seem to visit, but I have taken visitors here. It is the original (unsuccessful) settlement in the area next to the Ashley River. If you like history, it's definitely worth a stop. You need single dollar bills to do the self-pay in the envelope if you are there when there is no attendant. I've only seen an... 更多
A piece of history waiting for you. Located on the Ashey River ithe Park is perfect for a quiet walk as you explore and capture great shots of proud ruins of the Tabby Walled Fort and Church as you imagine the settlement of a lifetime ago. Take a blanket and book to relax or sit and watch the river run... 更多
We spent about an hour here, had a picnic lunch and walked around seeing the ruins of the fort and church. It's lovely down by the Ashley river. There are old gravestones and an archaeological dig of an old home in progress. It cost $2 per person.
The walls that surrounded this colonial settlement were made from oyster shells in a cement mix known as tabby. Very interesting that they have been there more than 300 years! When we arrived in late afternoon, the park was busy with people walking their dogs and kids playing on the shady grounds. This place is definitely worth a stop for... 更多