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Mountain Rest, SC 29664

Traditional summer camps with Christian values for boys and girls since 1956. Over 30 activity choices. All-inclusive fee. Emphasizes personal attention with low camper to staff ratio.

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Coed
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Residential Camp
 


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Oconee County Statistics

According to the U.S. Census Bureau , the county has a total area of 674 square miles , of which 625 square mil.


About Oconee County, SC

Oconee County is the westernmost county of South Carolina , a U.S. state . The 2010 census recorded its population to be 74,273. Its county seat is Walhalla . Other cities in the county include Seneca and Westminster . Towns include Salem and West Union . The county is included in the Seneca Micropolitan Statistical Area . South Carolina Highway 11 , the Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Highway, begins in Southern Oconee County at Interstate Highway 85 at the Georgia state line.

Oconee County takes its name from the Cherokee word "Ae-quo-nee" meaning "land beside the water." Oconee was a local Cherokee town that was situated on the main British/Cherokee trading path between Charleston and the Mississippi River in the early 18th century. Its geographic position later placed it at the intersection of the trading path and the Cherokee treaty boundary of 1777. In 1792, a frontier outpost was built by the SC State Militia near the town site and was named Oconee Station. When Oconee County was created out of the Pickens District in 1868 it was named for Oconee Town. 1780s - The rare wildflower, Oconee Bell , first recorded by André Michaux. 1780s - After the American Revolutionary War , Colonel Benjamin Cleveland and a group of followers received land grants from Georgia and settled in present day Oconee County. 1787 - Georgia withdrew its...


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