This roundtrip provides a diversity of routes for a few hours on the road. Plus, the mid-trip destination is outstanding, the Bermuda High Soaring Club which features awesome Glider soaring for good rates! Along with this, it is back-country South Carolina. Coming out of Blythewood towards Lancaster, Highway 21 is an arrow of a road where you can see for miles ahead. A Good fast road. Lancaster is a classic old southern town of beauty. Head from there towards more countryside, flatter terrain towards Jefferson and Thermal Trail. It is surprisingly pleasant including vistas where you get a wide-open sense not usually available in the Low Country of the state. Stop at Bermuda Soaring on Thermal Trail, sit down at their place indoors, eat and drink, enjoy the ambiance, and talk planes. Thermal trail is gravel, so be careful. Head out on country roads towards Kershaw pick up the fast road again to Camden, heart of Horse Racing and all things of the Southern Aristocracy and the Revolutionary War. Enter Camden at your own risk, traffic! Skirt the town, head back to Ridgeway via secondary road with plenty of curves and straightways and cruise south into Blythewood to an emerging Southern town to Doko Meadows Park where by next summer youll be able to relax in authentic charm with large oak trees, a lake, and welcome center!