• Charles Pinckney

    National Historic Site South Carolina

Where To Eat

Although no food is available in the park, there is a picnic area and water fountain at the comfort station. Cooking fires and grills are not permitted but visitors are encouraged to bring coldcuts and beverages.

There are several restaurants that cater to many different tastes located within a short drive along Long Point Road or U.S. Highway 17.

Did You Know?

Live Oak at Charles Pinckney NHS

President George Washington stopped for breakfast at Snee Farm on his 1791 Southern Tour. Legend has it that Washington ate under an oak. Afterwords he proceeded to Charleston where he was met by Governor Charles Pinckney and other dignitaries. Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, SC