NEW OPERATING HOURS
Effective 9.29.13: Visitor Center is CLOSED Mondays & Tuesdays. Wednesdays - Sundays, the Visitor Center will be OPEN 9 AM - 4 PM. Star Fort Pond is CLOSED 9 AM Sundays – 9 AM Tuesdays. Park grounds open dawn to dusk. Gates lock at 5 PM.
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From I-26, Heading South: At Clinton (exit 52) follow Hwy 72 toward Greenwood/ Coronaca. At Coronaca, turn left onto Hwy 246/ 248 toward Ninety Six. Hwy 246 will branch off, but follow Hwy 248. The park is located 2 miles south of the town of Ninety Six on Hwy 248.
From I-20 -- Take exit 5 onto US Highway 25 north. Follow the Heritage Corridor signs to Epworth. Turn right onto Epworth Camp Road. It will dead end onto Hwy 178. Turn left onto Hwy 178. Follow the park signs and turn right onto Hwy 248. The park will be about 4 miles on your right.
From Interstate I-85 (Greenville) -- Take SC Highway 25 south to the stoplight at Hodges. Turn left onto Highway 246/ 248 toward the town of Ninety Six. Hwy 246 will branch off, but follow Hwy 248 to the town of Ninety six. The park is located 2 miles south of the town on Hwy 248. From the town of Ninety Six, South Carolina -- Follow the park signs. The park is two miles south of the town of Ninety Six on Highway 248.
Traveling through the state of South Carolina? Be sure to visit the South Carolina Department of Transportation website for maps, traffic information, and road conditions. Ninety Six National Historic Site is located in Greenwood County.
Did You Know?
Light Horse Harry Lee got his nickname because of his daring rides against the British. Lee’s Legion wore green uniforms like those of the British Cavalryman Banastre Tarleton. It allowed them to operate in enemy territory & blend with the landscape. You can see where Lee fought at Ninety Six NHS.