Civil War Reenactment
On the southern end of Broxton Bridge Plantation there is an old battleground, complete with all the breastworks, left over from the south's defenses on February 2, 1865 – 156 years ago. The northern army was in route from Savannah, Georgia, to Columbia, South Carolina, and the battles at Broxton Bridge and Rivers Bridge on the Salkehatchie River were the last big defensive effort for the Confederates before the battle at Columbia.
Schedule and Fees
Living History Day for schoolchildren to tour is Friday, March 4th, beginning at 9 a.m.
Camps are open Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm and Sunday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.
The battle reenactments will be at 2:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday, March 5th and March 6th.
For Reenactors there will be a $15.00 registration fee for participates ages 18+.
One-day admission: ages 5 and under Free, ages 6 - 17 $3.00 and age 18 and over $10.00. Armbands will be given out at gate or RV Park. Charge for admission whether camping or not.
Parking is free.
HL Hunley Exhibit will be featured again.
Social distancing observed. There will be vendors with available food and wares'
This event is sponsored by Salt-Ketchers Chapter #6 Order of Confederate Rose, a 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization.
Return the above registration forms by mail to: Sandra or Bart Chassereau, PO Box 486, Estill, SC 29918, 803-625-3585, or you may scan the forms and email to Sandra.Chassereau@yahoo.com.
You must contact Broxton Bridge Plantation for RV spots.
We will be having a "tactical" Friday and this year at our 21th Reenactment of the Battle for Broxton Bridge. It will be open to all branches and will be away from the mainstream site on the horse trails and other fields on the Plantation. There will also be an opportunity for those who wish to participate in School Day to do so as well during Friday's Activities.
It is necessary for you to pre-register by January 31st. This will enable us to get a head count for the the free supper for the reenactors on Friday night, the amenities given out on Friday night and for the free Sunday morning breakfast.
Bounty is paid for the first 12 full scale cannons. Hay, water, firewood and the Bath House will be provided for the reenactors