128 West Main Street • Lake City, South Carolina 29560


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Situated in Lake City's downtown historic district, the Inn at the Crossroads is at the center of Lake City's shopping, dining, and cultural highlights. During your stay, you'll have the opportunity to shop at locally-owned boutiques, enjoy fresh, local food, and see the best of what Lake City has to offer—all within walking distance of the Inn.


Browse the bargains at Threads Boutique (119 West Main St.), featuring fine women's clothing and refurbished and unique furniture from Emerson Row, before stopping in Mosaic Boutique (113 West Main St.), an upscale fashion boutique for women. Check out Main Street Mercantile (111 East Main St.), Lake City's own curated gift shop, featuring one-of-a-kind gifts, souvenirs, and more, and be sure to stop by our other local, entrepreneur-friendly stores and boutiques on Main Street, including Beach Cruisers, Buddy's Music, and M&D Drug Store and soda fountain. Lake City also offers a full-service salon and spa in So-Lace (127 West Main St.), as well as antiques, gifts, and artisanal crafts in our shops—explore our community and enjoy the classic Southern friendliness of Lake City!


Olio Pottery Studio (104 West Main St.) is your source for classes, materials, and gifts, and hosts a weekly series of fun activities, including “Paint Your Pet” and pottery classes. Also, be sure to stop by the ArtFields office (110 East Main St.), where the planning for ArtFields, the largest arts competition in the Southeast, occurs and where the Greater Lake City Artists' Guild displays its work. A few miles down the road, the Lynches River Park is a great spot to hike, camp, or paddle; visit the website for more information.

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For local history, stop by the Ronald E. McNair Memorial Park (235 East Main St.) and Life History Center to learn more about Lake City native and Challenger astronaut Dr. Ron McNair or drop by the Lynches Lake Historical Society (will provide address) to learn about Lake City from local historian Kent Daniels.

Tuesday October 16, 2018