The Andrew Jackson State Park is a state park in Lancaster, South Carolina. It is best known for being the only venue of such kind in the country to be dedicated in honor of a US President.
Established in 1952 for the country?s seventh president, Andrew Jackson, the Andrew Jackson State Park offers a good deal of things to see and experience. If you?re visiting the site, you can expect the following things inside its 360 acres worth of land area:
1. A museum chronicling Jackson?s boyhood here in what was considered as the ?Waxhaws of the South Carolina backcountry?.
2. An excellent view of the ?Andrew Jackson, A Boy of The Waxhaws?, the huge bronze statue made by Anna Hyatt Huntington.
3. A view of the site where Jackson was born marked with a marker erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
4. Various other activities like canoeing, hiking, fishing, picnicking, and camping.