3031 Paxville Highway
Manning, SC 29102
Phone: (803) 473-7550
Fax: (803) 473-7553
Riley Park is host to baseball games, wrestling matches, concerts, and many other events and activities.
This park features baseball fields, tennis courts, picnic grounds, and a playground.
One may enjoy the baseball fields, tennis courts, an amphitheatre, a playground and a picnic area at this park.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and a symbol of the character and nature of Sumter itself, the Sumter Opera House is a palatial architectural treasure that is recognizable for its upward reaching clock tower and excellent stone work. The interior includes a six-hundred-seat auditorium, receptions and meeting rooms, and a number of city offices are housed; one can make arrangements in advance for tours of the treasured building.
The Sumter County Library is open all week for research and reading pleasure wants and needs.
Temple Sinai is located at Sumter, South Carolina. This historic synagogue is also referred to as Congregation Sinai has adapted Moorish Revival style of architecture. It was incorporated in the National Registrar of Historic Places in 1999.
Memorial Park is open to the public and includes tennis courts among it attractions.
The Sumter region of the U.S. State of South Carolina is bestowed with a splendid church site in the form of the Salem Black River Presbyterian Church. This historically significant church is a Presbyterian church building that dates back to the 1840s era. It finely exemplifies the Greek Revival style of architecture and has been included in the National Register of Historic Places.
What began as a fishing lake only for an elite businessman, Swan Lake-Iris Gardens is a garden open to the public today. This park has eight species of swan known which makes it the only park to have them in the United States. The lake has many colorful islands and a wide collection of flowers. The garden is known for its Japanese Iris plantations that blossom in the month of May until June every year. The visually impaired can walk along the Braille trail which offers them scents and sensations of the garden. The Butterfly Garden and Chocolate Garden are sights that cannot be missed.
Known for its outstanding fishing, this State Park is a sportsman's paradise and offers recreational opportunities for fishing, swimming, boating, bicycling, tennis, and picnicking. Two boat ramps are on site, as well as a children's playground, nature trails, and six picnic shelters.
Located in the lowlands of South Carolina, these lakes are connected by a canal and are legendary for great fishing. Lake Marion covers 110,000 acres and is the largest lake in the state of South Carolina. Fishing guides are available for both of these lakes and many campgrounds, boat ramps, restaurants, and lodging are available around the lakes.
Established in 1942, this wildlife refuge covers over 15,000 acres and includes a wide variety of native trees and shrubs, as well as old fields, croplands, and ponds. The refuge provides a habitat for migratory waterfowl and provides protection for endangered and threatened animals such as the bald eagle and the American alligator. Hiking trails and a visitor center are on site.