Landrum, South Carolina, founded in 1883, was named after John Landrum. Mr. Landrum bought property in this area that he later donated as the depot for the railroads. Rich in railroad history, today Landrum recently opened a brand-new farmers market which is open on Saturday mornings, often hosting up to 1000 people each Saturday. The town also has a strong equestrian community along with the Foothills Equestrian Nature Center, which is a nature preserve. Residents and visitors can experience a diverse mix of shops, restaurants, and events like the Hogback Mountain Day in September and the Landrum Christmas parade on the first Thursday of December.
Our Town is a captivating series that delves into the distinctive small towns of South Carolina, showcasing the deep affection residents have for their beloved hometowns. Through the eyes of the locals, viewers gain insight into the charm, character, and idiosyncrasies that make these towns truly special. Join us on this delightful journey as we discover the unique stories and rich heritage of South Carolina's vibrant communities.