Nestled in tall pines in the midst of South Carolina’s horse country, the Springdale Hall Club was created in one of Camden's handsome winter residences. Spacious south facing rooms overlook South Carolina's only Donald Ross golf course. The historic house is beautifully appointed with architectural features from one of Camden's earlier Charleston style stage coach inns.
Springdale Hall's charter members opened the Club in 1950 to offer members and their guests winter cottages and a clubhouse for dining and special events.
In 1950, the Club’s charter members established a retreat featuring Southern cuisine and cottages on a historic property set in the heart of Camden's sporting life - where horse racing, hunting, polo, and field sports formed the essence of Camden's popularity. These traditions have continued to flourish over the years to the delight of members who travel from across the nation to enjoy Southern hospitality at Springdale Hall.