A deceptively straightforward menu hides the discreet array of meaty flavors packed into every quarter-pound burger and grilled-chicken sandwich at this classic dual-drive-thru eatery. High quality and swift service meet at an appetizing altitude in meal combinations such as the grilled-chicken-filet combo, a juicy white bird breast perched atop a fluffy bun and served with seasoned fries and a drink ($4.29).
A licensed member of the National Sporting Clays Association, Hermitage Farm Shooting Sports challenges clay marksmen to a course that draws them through a dense forest of wild azaleas, colorful dogwood trees, and leafy hickory trees. Shooters ride a golf cart or walk to make their way across the 1,500-acre parcel, stopping at a number of natural stands to test shooting accuracy on manual and automatic traps situated along a winding ridge. Several traps placed around pond rims simulate the flight of live game, offering shooters a way to warm up for hunting season or play pranks on unpopular pond-dwelling superheroes.
We are a personal, friendly, family owned and operated furniture and flooring center that has been in Camden, SC for 63 years and in Elgin, SC for 1 year. We are commited to giving our customers the best quality products at the most affordable price along with excellent service.
Nan’s Notes stocks patrons’ homes with an ever-expanding inventory of picture frames, candles, and gifts from brands such as Clark Stationery and Vera Bradley. Patrons can write theoretical physics equations on a variety of notepaper and stationery ($11–$35), then defy the laws of physics by building a freshly scented perpetual-motion machine from Tyler candles and fragrance products ($7+). Nan’s also provides fodder for weddings, birthday parties, and alien-abduction anniversaries with giftware items ($11–$100), which run the gamut from painted ceramic dishware and tote bags to festive decorative picture frames.
Featured in the State and on WLTX, "Peanut Man" Chris Hinely and his family proudly vend their boiled-peanut staple and a smile-inducing selection of sweet and salty noshables. Crafted by Chris Hinely’s wife Carrie, various treats lounging in the large display cases at the front of the store include cocoa-draped candies such as pralines, strawberries, and pretzels, as well as nuggets of pure rich chocolate and more. A two-pound bag of fresh-popped buttered popcorn suits patrons ready to view a series of movies or appease a pride of stampeding elephants. Modeling their business after historic, homey candy stores, the Hinelys encourage customers to bring their kids, sit down, and enjoy their purchase while watching candy be made in-house.