Rating 3.85 out of 5 55 reviews
Great place to live and very affordable place for students to live, work, and commute to nearby colleges and universities. This area is also rich in history, most notably for its Revolutionary War battle. Camden also has a thriving horse racing community which brings many jobs to the area and provides entertainment for community members wanting to spectate a unique sport.
Camden is a small town and everyone seems to get along. The school experience is great with teachers who care for the students and a good community of students who generally get along.
The town of Camden is home to some of the kindest and nicest people you'll ever meet. Everyone is involved to help the town of Camden grow to be better along side of its traditions. It is a very safe town with a lovely downtown. There are always improvements going on to help fix roads or to fix older buildings. There are many parks that can be found walking distance from most homes. There is a lot of recreational activities at Camden that allow for the residents to enjoy nature.
It may be a small town but it has a lot to offer with local businesses, restaurants and things to do.
camden is a small town with a lot to offer if you look hard enough. on the surface it seems like just horses and old people but in reality theres a lot more to see and do.
Camden is a wonderful place to live. The natural beauty of the town makes me smile. The people are nice, and the living is relatively cheap. Camden is a historic town, with many examples of 19th century architecture. Camden is a small town, and a great place to grow up or retire to a life outside of a big city. The state capital, Columbia, is a short 30-40 minutes away. Myrtle Beach is an hour and a half away, and Charleston is two hours away. Charlotte, North Carolina is an hour and a half away, and the Blue Ridge Mountains are two hours away.
There are copious amounts of police here. The ratio of citizens to police is probably close to 10 to 1. But other than that, it's a nice, quiet place to live.
I moved from Sumter last year and ever since I moved to Camden, I've had little to no complaints with the town, schools, or community. Everyone I've so far met has been friendly and open to showing me around since day one.
Although it is a very small town, it still offers you plenty of things to do throughout the day. It doesn't have the best nightlife as most things close at 12 or before. I'd say that it is a safe town (cops everywhere) but you have to watch out for speed traps
Camden is an amazing small town. I moved here 4 years ago and have been amazed by the community involvement and experiences available. There is always something going on in the community and the schools are welcoming to all!
I was considering moving to Camden until I saw the rates for Murder, Rape & Assault. How can y'all write it is a safe town with little crime when you are way beyond national averages?
I moved here when I was 11, I am now on my last year of free education. It was a hard and difficult change from a bustling city in the Midwest. But after a few years of being, no matter how much my family complains, it is home and I love it here.
Camden is classic hometown with a great community. There is always an event going on and everyone comes together. People here are never shy of lending a hand to help someone in need. We are a sweet tea loving little town.
Not much crimes, very growing community, more stores are coming established. Everyone is very friendly!
I Love the country life, it's not that busy and I stay around family. Everyone is connected one way or other can be very tricky at time.
Camden is a small historic town, somewhat in the middle of South Carolina. Road construction takes too long and detours just led to more roads in construction.
Always something to do in this community! Free activities for families with children. Sports and recreation is available, but usually with a fee. Plenty of free public parks and greenspaces.