Rocky Bottom Camp Of The Blind

123 Hancock RD

Sunset, SC 29685

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Phone: (864) 878-7575

City: Sunset

Region: Mountains

Rocky Bottom Camp Of The Blind

A non-profit organization, conference/retreat center open for public use for banquets, seminars, conferences, workshops and various other meeting events.

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