Ashley River Road

Ashley River Road

Address:c/o Charleston Area Convention and Visitor Bureau
423 King St
Charleston, SC 29403

Phone:843-853-8000
Web: www.byways.org/browse/byways/13794/ Description:Featuring Southern plantations and old churches, byway capture the history of the American South and the culture of South Carolina's low-country, including a rich African-American culture. Points of interest include: Drayton Hall, the only pre-Revolutionary plantation house remaining on the historic Ashley River Road; Fort Bull, Confederate earthworks constructed in 1863; and the Old St. Andrew's Church and Middleton Place, both National Historic Landmarks.
Legth: 11 miles. Start/Endpoint: Following the Ashley River along SC 61, byway begins at milepost 5.84 (Charleston County) in Church Creek, follows SC 61, and ends at milepost 15.75 (Dorchester County) near SC 165. Time to Allow: 25 minutes. Designation/Year: National Scenic Byway (2000).

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Ashley River Self Storage, located at 2455 Ashley River Road, has operating hours of 9 a.
Along Charleston's outlying Ashley River Road - home to three of Charleston's famous plantations, Drayton Hall, Magnolia Plantation, and Middleton Place - Middleton's horticulturist Sidney Frazier made a note on his desk pad at 2:34 p.
For further information, please contact the corporate offices, 1836 Ashley River Road, Suite 239, Charleston, SC 29407.