Guests of Baymont Inn and Suites Greenwood love having easy access to Highway 72 - our hotel places you near exciting attractions, splendid restaurants, and beautiful surroundings. Step back in time and visit the site of two Revolutionary War battles at the Ninety Six National Historic Site. Hunters Creek or Stoney Point Golf Courses are within minutes making it easy to play a round of golf. For sports enthusiasts, the Bearcats of Lander University and Flying Fleet of Erskine College are both minutes away from our hotel. Make sure to catch an old-fashioned drive-in movie on one of the 3 large movie screens at 25 Drive-In Theatre when visiting on the week-end.
With so many things to do in Greenwood, it’s easy to plan your visit. If you would like additional information, guidance, and recommendations on your plans please feel free to swing by our friendly front desk. For local events happening in Greenwood, check out the Chamber of Commerce's event calendar to make the most out your trip to South Carolina.
The best way to experience Lander University is to plan a trip to see the campus and community. Explore the exceptional educational opportunities within the traditional liberal arts and science programs, and professional programs in business, education and nursing. From the beginning, Lander was a college for women and today is now known as a public, co-educational, comprehensive teaching institution. You can also attend one of the numerous Bearcat sports teams who are continually ranked in the top 25 in the country.
Step back in time to this magnificent drive-in theatre boasting 3 of the largest screens on the East Coast. In 2009, the 25 Drive-In, under new management renovated and opened again and has been playing movies every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday – no matter the weather. Come and enjoy dinner and a movie on the new patio above the concession stand, like you have never had before. You'll be in for an evening of entertainment you and your family will treasure!
Visitors will want to start at the Ninety Six National Historic Site’s visitor center. Here, you will find information on the park, the settlement, and the battles. Rangers or volunteers at the information desk are eager to help you. This historic site is an area of distinctive history and archeological importance. During the Revolutionary War, Ninety Six proved to be a masterful strategic location and in 1775 this land was the first battle south of New England. Visitors of all ages will enjoy exploring this historic site.
Things to Do
- Lander University 1.5 mi
- West Cambridge Park 2.1 mi
- Trapped Emerald City Escape Room 2.3 mi
- The Museum and Railroad Historical Center 2.9 mi
- Hunters Creek Golf Course 4.5 mi
- Emerald Farm 4.6 mi
- 25 Drive-In Theatre 7.0 mi
- Links At Stoney Point Golf Club 8.8 mi
- Ninety Six National Historic Site 11.1 mi
- Erskine College 18.5 mi