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Parker's Ferry Battlefield

Located 33 miles west of Charleston, South Carolina, Parker’s Ferry hosted a major thoroughfare and crossing over the Pon Pon River during the Revolutionary War. This battlefield and the nearby Battle of Eutaw Springs are key pieces of the Liberty Trail, the innovative driving tour the Trust is developing to connect key battlefields of the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution. The battlefield is located near Jacksonborough which holds an impressive cluster of historic sites, including Pon Pon Church, the grave of the Southern martyr Isaac Hayne, and the capital of South Carolina in 1782 where civil government was re-established.

Parker's Ferry Battlefield: What's Nearby

Parkers Ferry, SC
The H.L. Hunley Project and Submarine Tours
North Charleston, SC
Civil War  |  Fort
Battery 5, James Island New Lines
Charleston, SC
Civil War  |  Fort
Fort Lamar Historic Preserve
Charleston, SC

Preservation

The American Battlefield Trust and our members have saved more than 31 acres at Parker's Ferry Battlefield.

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Related Battles

Parkers Ferry, SC | August 30, 1781
Result: American Victory
Estimated Casualties
209
American
4
British
205