The site protects, preserves and interprets the Battle of Musgrove’s Mill and contains a portion of the battlefield, as well as, the Colonial home and mill sites of Edward Musgrove, whose property was briefly occupied by the British in August of 1780.
The park’s visitor center is filled with interpretive exhibits which focus on the Battle of Musgrove Mill and also detail South Carolina’s pivotal role in the Revolutionary War. The park’s nature trail highlights the Enoree River, Cedar Shoals Creek and Horseshoe Falls, where legend has it Mary Musgrove, the mill owner’s daughter, hid a Patriot soldier from the British. The park also offers picnicking and a popular fishing pond. Musgrove Mill State Historic Site, located not far off Interstate 26 near Clinton, regularly holds special events, including encampments and living history programs.
Member Since: 2014