Kershaw County Chamber Of Commerce & Visitor Center

607 Broad ST

Camden, SC 29020


Phone: (803) 432-2525

City: Camden

Region: Midlands

Kershaw County Chamber Of Commerce & Visitor Center

Experience a tradition rich in an area known for its "History Horses and Hospitality." People come here to visit and stay here to live.

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