Long Cane Center

1591 Resort DR

McCormick, SC 29835

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Phone: (800) 491-1764

City: McCormick

Region: Midlands

Long Cane Center

The Long Cane Center at Hickory Knob State Resort Park accommodates up to 200 people and makes a casual setting for a family reunion or banquet.

The Long Cane Center floor plan

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