2677 Sardis RD, Union South Carolina 29379
The outstanding feature of this 44-acre park is the former home of South Carolina's "Secession Governor" William H. Gist. This early 19th century Federal-style house was restored and contains furnishings once owned by the Gist family. A hardwood grove is located near the mansion and the grounds include the rose gardens and original plantation buildings. Tours available.
Other South Carolina State Parks nearby:
(Lancaster) Andrew Jackson State Park
(Calhoun Falls) Calhoun Falls State Park
(Chester) Cheraw State Park
(Cleveland) Jones Gap State Park
(York) Kings Mountain State Park
(Lancaster) Landsford Canal State Park
03/20 Coming to The Union area
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