National Steeplechase Museum At Springdale Race Course

200 Knight's Hill RD

Camden, SC 29020

Phone: (803) 432-6513

City: Camden

Region: Midlands

National Steeplechase Museum At Springdale Race Course

Exhibits on the history of American steeplechase racing, a trophy room, trophies and memorabilia, jockey silks and a library with old books and references. Films and tours of race track. A gift shop is on site. Springdale is home to the nationally renowned steeplechase races, the Carolina Cup each spring and the Colonial Cup each fall. Race track owner, the late Marion duPont Scott, endowed and donated the course to the state of South Carolina.

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