Musgrove Mill’s peaceful setting in the Piedmont woods stands in sharp contrast to the bloody Battle of Musgrove Mill
that took place there on Aug.19, 1780. The Revolutionary War historic sites
at Musgrove Mill interpret and protect the location of the Battle of Musgrove Mill
. The battle, in which the vastly outnumbered Patriot militia outlasted the Loyalists in a surprising victory, is detailed through interpretive signage in the visitor center and along two and a half miles of nature trails.
Natural features of the park include Horseshoe Falls and the Enoree River, along which much of the fighting took place. Special events and living history programs are held at the park throughout the year.
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HOURS AND ADMISSION
: Free admission
Days and Hours of Operation
: Park Hours: 9am-6pm, daily
Days and Holidays Closed
: The Visitor Center is closed Tu-W of each week and will be closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Park grounds, however, will remain open normal hours on these days.
: Th - M 10am - 5pm, year round. The visitor center is closed Tu - W.
: Pets are allowed in most outdoor areas provided they are kept under physical restraint or on a leash not longer than six feet. Owners will be asked to remove noisy or dangerous pets or pets that threaten or harass wildlife.