Historic Boykin

73 Boykin Mill RD

Boykin, SC 29128

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Phone: (803) 424-4731

City: Boykin

Region: Midlands

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Historic Boykin

At the 19th-century Boykin Mill Pond agricultural community, you can visit a restored working grist mill, watch as brooms are handmade on 100-year-old original equipment and experience Swift Creek Baptist Church (c. 1827). Visit the Mill Pond Steakhouse where Southern hospitality meets fine dining. The restaurant occupies three connected buildings on the site of the original pre-Civil War post office and general store.

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