Town of Blythewood

Visitor's Center

PO Box 1004

Blythewood, SC 29016

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Phone: (803) 754-0501

Region: Midlands

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Town of Blythewood

Rich in history, Blythewood, SC continues to stay committed to down home values and small town charm.

For more information about the region, make sure to check out the Capital City and Lake Murray Country Visitor Center at www.LakeMurrayCountry.com! Encompassing Lexington, Newberry, Richland, and Saluda counties, as well as South Carolina's capital, Columbia, this center can help you with every aspect of planning your visit. Give them a call at 1-866-SC-JEWEL (locally 803-781-5940), or feel free to drop by 2184 North Lake Drive, Columbia SC 29212 if you're in the area!

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