Video courtesy of Williamsburg Tourism Board and Williamsburg Hometown Chamber.
Where Business Meets BBQ
Williamsburg County is known for its world-famous BBQ. There’s Scott’s BBQ in Hemingway, the original stomping grounds of Rodney Scott of Rodney Scott’s BBQ in Charleston, Cooper’s Country Store in Salters, which sells everything from BBQ to lumber, and Brown’s BBQ in Kingstree, which boasts a full buffet with deserts included.
Williamsburg Historical Society Museum
Rich in history, Williamsburg County is full of historical sites, including the Williamsburg Historical Society Museum, which hosts a great genealogy section for tracing familial roots. Located in the county seat of Kingstree, it’s soon to be the home of a new African American Museum Annex.
Luxury & Convenience
An easy drive, with light traffic and plenty of scenery, head in any direction, and you’re within driving distance of some of South Carolina’s most popular shopping centers and tourist attractions. Whether it’s Carolina football, Charleston cuisine or the waters of Myrtle Beach, Williamsburg County is at the center of it all. Not to mention, we’re just 15 miles from Artsfield. Here, you get to experience the luxury of Charleston, with the convenience and cost of a small town.
From the Kings Tree Trials horse races, the Kingstree Live and County Music Festivals in the spring and summer, to muscadine grape picking and the Pig Pickin’, Shag and Stag festivals in the fall and winter, there’s a number of activities for the whole family throughout the year.
Winding through Williamsburg County is the Black River, a state-designated Scenic River that offers ample recreational opportunities to take in everything someone looking for the majesty of the outdoors needs.
It’s a Matter of Taste!
Locally grown fruits and vegetables are more delicious and healthy than those that traveled many miles to reach us here in Williamsburg County and buying them helps to support the local farmers and producers!
To get locally grown fresh, healthy, tasty vegetables and fruits, visit one of the four local community-based Farmers Markets in Williamsburg County! You can find fresh fruits, vegetables, and some unusual personally made items like lye soap, jewelry, etc. as well as getting to meet and talk with the farmers at the markets.
View the AgriTourism in Williamsburg County Brochure (PDF) to learn more about area agriculture-based activities and opportunities.