Oconee County Historic Locations

The following historic locations are located in Oconee County, South Carolina. Please select a historic place in Oconee County to view details, address information, historical signifiance, and much more.
Alexander-Hill House
About 10 mi. N of Seneca off SC 183
Seneca, SC
Single Dwelling
Ellicott Rock
N of Walhalla off SC 107
Walhalla, SC
Monument/Marker
Keil Farm
178 Keil Farm Rd.
Walhalla, SC
Single Dwelling, Secondary Structure
Long Creek Academy
CR 14
Long Creek, SC
School, Educational Related Housing
Newry Historic District
Broadway, River Ridge Rd., South, Branch, and Palmetto Aves.
Newry, SC
Single Dwelling, Multiple Dwelling, Manufacturing Facility
Oconee County Cage
Church St.
Walhalla, SC
Correctional Facility
Oconee County Jail
Short St.
Walhalla, SC
Correctional Facility, Single Dwelling
Oconee State Park Historic District
624 State Park Rd.
Mountain Rest, SC
Outdoor Recreation, Park, Conservation Area
Oconee Station and Richards House
11 mi. N of Walhalla via SC 11 and CR 95
Walhalla, SC
Single Dwelling, Rail-Related
Old Pickens Presbyterian Church
SC 183, .25 mi. W of Oconee--Pickens Co. Line
Seneca, SC
Religious Structure, Cemetery
Prather's Bridge
SW of Westminster
Westminster, SC
Road-Related
Ram Cat Alley Historic District
Ram Cat Alley and North Townville St.
Seneca, SC
Specialty Store, Department Store
Russell House
NW of Mountain Rest on SC 28
Mountain Rest, SC
Hotel, Single Dwelling, Secondary Structure
Seneca Historic District (Boundary Increase)
300 S. Fairplay St.
Seneca, SC
Single Dwelling
Seneca Historic District
Roughly bounded by S. First, S. Third, Townsville, and Poplar Sts.
Seneca, SC
Single Dwelling
Southern Railway Passenger Station
129 Main St.
Westminster, SC
Rail-Related
St. John's Lutheran Church
301 W. Main St.
Walhalla, SC
Religious Structure, Cemetery
Stumphouse Tunnel Complex
5 mi. N of Walhalla via SC 28 and Rte. 226
Walhalla, SC
Rail-Related
Walhalla Graded School
101 E. N. Broad St.
Walhalla, SC
School
 

 
 
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