Andrew Jackson State Park
**Our Ultimate Outsider stamp is located at the kiosk in the main parking lot. We also have another stamp in the park museum.
Andrew Jackson State Park combines history, art and community activities into a setting that has made it one of the state’s most popular parks.
Favorite features include living history programs, a museum and interactive exhibits that chronicle Jackson’s boyhood in the South Carolina backcountry. There’s even a birthday celebration every March in honor of America’s seventh president.
Among the park highlights are a striking statue of the “Boy of the Waxhaws” sculpted by Anna Hyatt Huntington, an 18th-century replica schoolhouse and more.
Other park attractions include an 18th-century replica schoolhouse, campground and picnic facilities, fishing lake and nature trails.
BY THE NUMBERS
presidential homeplace of the 7th President of the United States of America
birthday celebration that takes place each March in honor of Andrew Jackson
cool museum with Revolutionary War artifacts and artifacts from the life of Andrew Jackson
Anna Hyatt Huntington statue located on-site named The Boy of the Waxhaws
acre park lake for boating and fishing
one-mile loop trails for walking and hiking
Meeting House for group gatherings
Amphitheater for community events