|This house sits on the former site of Pinckney’s home, according to info on the website.|
Here you’ll find a home and foundations of former slave cabins of Charles Pinckney, a signer of the U.S. Constitution. This plantation was called Snee Farm.
Only 28 acres of the original 715-acre farm still exists. A 1/2 mile walking trail guides visitors around the house and former foundations. Interpretive signs and brochures tell about each site, giving the culture and history of the farm.
|This overlooks where the farm used to be. The house is behind the photographer.|
|There is an easy, 1/2-mile trail around the property that includes interpretive signs pointing out foundations and other interesting sites.|
This makes for a very short trip, but is a good place to get out and stretch your legs.