Louise C. Proctor Hall

Then and Now........

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Located in Camden's Historic District, Louise C. Proctor Hall was built in 1823 by Thomas Durham Salmond.  This lovely estate, known as The Cedars, was bequeathed to the "Ladies of Camden" for social and civic functions by Mr. Salmond's granddaughter, Louise Courtney Salmond Porter Proctor, in 1955.

A cherished Camden landmark, Louise C. Proctor Hall is an ideal venue for your event.  This charming Antebellum home features a formal dining room with a lavish banquet table perfect for any occasion.

 

Upstairs, you will find two luxurious and spacious rooms. These are available for use by our wedding party as dressing rooms on the big day. Our lovely Bride Room comes equipped with a full length mirror, and our Groom Room has an attached bathroom.

 

Proctor Hall's rooms are also available for overnight rental!

The expansive grounds lend themselves well to tents, outdoor tables, and dining.  The immense Magnolia tree in the front yard is a frequent backdrop for wedding ceremonies. The lovely white gazebo has included electricity and is breathtaking at night when decorated in lights.

 

Need a place to host a birthday party? Perhaps a company celebration? Proctor Hall is available for all needs! Let us show why Louise C. Proctor Hall is Camden's, "Best kept secret."

Appointments for tour are available by request. Please contact us at 803-425-1081,