White Oak Conference Center

633 Mobley HWY

Winnsboro, SC 29180

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Phone: (803) 635-4685

City: Winnsboro

Region: Midlands

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White Oak Conference Center

Conference and meeting facilities are available on a year-round basis to groups at the conference center. White Oak Conference Center is owned and operated by the South Carolina Baptist Convention and provides conference space for churches and not-for-profit groups whose purpose is to provide the spiritual, intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development of its members. The conference center has 140 motel-style rooms, 19 meeting rooms, a dining hall, and an auditorium. Conference space is available for groups of 25-350 plus.

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