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Old 03-30-2015, 08:08 PM   #15
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You can stay at the Savannah visitors center parking lot for 7dollars and be in walking distance to all of the historic section. We did overnight and it was safe... Just woken up in the middle of the night with a crazy street sweeper cleaning the parking lot!
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Gee. How long a trip do you plan? NC is over 400 miles from West to East. I don't think anyone has mentioned the Outer Banks at the Eastern end. There are weeks worth of stuff at the Western end.

The Revolutionary War battlefields at King's Mountain, Cowpens, The Waxhaws and Musgrove's Mill are all nice historical sites. You can spend an hour or so at each, have a nice invigorating walk, and get a pretty good idea of what happened, since the scale was so much smaller than the Civil War sites like Gettysburg and Vicksburg.
Don't forget Star Fort at Ninety Six Historical site and Camden. There were over 200 battles fought in SC during the course of the Revolutionary War. More than any other state.
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