• Southern 500 Race Week

    Are you excited as we are about the Southern 500 Race Week at Darlington Raceway? Check out the Race Week Planning Guide for info on driver appearances, the Darlington Car Hauler Parade, shuttle services, and how to win tickets to next year's race!


     
  • Top 11 August events to attend in Florence

    With August’s arrival, one of Florence County’s hottest summer months, there comes the wrapping up of the summer break. Families and friends are making the most of the dog days of summer before school routines come back in session. A few events to experience Florence are:

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    1. Baseball. RedWolves – Catch the boys of summer playing before the season ends. The RedWolves schedule can be found here. Or watch a game of the WFC End of Summer Bash held Aug. 13 and Aug. 14 at Freedom Florence.

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    2. Too hot or rainy for you? Try a tour of the Florence County Museum every Thursday from 2 to 3 p.m. No registration is required, and it’s free and open to all. Step back in time visually and learn the history of the Pee Dee and view current exhibits as well. The museum “reflects the region’s rich artistic, cultural and historic heritage.”

    3. Pee Dee Gardening 101. Enjoy a gardening lesson at Moore Farms Botanical Gardens, 9:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, Aug. 6
    Grow This Not That -- Learn which plants work best in our area and those that don’t. Join David Poston as he’s full of experience and information. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit moorefarmsbg.org

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  • Seven ways to have a great summer in Florence County

    Florence is a beautiful city that melds together its creeks and rivers with an urban experience. Nestled near the Great Pee Dee River and surrounded by scenic farmland vistas, Florence offers a wonderful array of outdoor recreational activities, including great golf, river expeditions, and beautiful parks.

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    No. 1 Explore the city undergoing a renaissance
    You’ll love seeing Florence’s sights by foot, bike, or even kayak. Developed as a railroad terminal, the city’s now situated at the intersection of interstate highways I-95 and I-20. Enjoy

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    No. 2 Savor the cuisine
    In Florence County, residents embrace new and old restaurants, especially locally owned. Around here, a meal isn’t just to nourish the body; it’s to enjoy the company we have as well as our roots. Stop by our office for the visitor’s guide so you can take a culinary tour of our city. From the hospitality district to downtown to the outskirts, there’s plenty to taste test to find your favorite.

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    No. 3 Navigate the rivers or fairways
    Lynches River County Park is a great place to relax into nature. The South Carolina Revolutionary Rivers Trail leads paddlers from the park into the hiding spots of the Swamp Fox, Revolutionary War hero General Francis Marion. You also can enjoy the trip with area outfitters, including RiverRats, Swamp Fox Kayaking.
    Prefer to stick to land, try out our links. There are multiple golf courses in the Pee Dee. Challenge yourself on the PGA-sanctioned Country Club of South Carolina or check out others in the area.

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Visitor Information

Toll Free: (800) 325-9005
Phone: (843) 664-0330

Visitor Information Center

3290 W. Radio Drive
Florence Civic Center Upper Level
Florence, SC 29501

Daily 9am - 5pm

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