Musgrove Mill State Historic Site

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Beverly T
ชาร์ลสตัน, เซาท์แคโรไลนา56 ผลงาน
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2021 • คู่รัก
The spirit of nature and total quietness.
Historical revolutionary area, with picnic spots, fishing, short but fun hiking trails.
Very relaxing and nice place for families and hiking.
เขียนเมื่อ 1 สิงหาคม ค.ศ. 2021
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Mike353632
เวอร์จิเนียบีช, เวอร์จิเนีย2,022 ผลงาน
มี.ค. ค.ศ. 2021
This was another side trip on our way back to St Augustine. It’s a Revolutionary War battle site. Although the Redcoats outnumbered the Patriots, The Patriots won the battle. However, both sides lost out on control of the mill and the ford. The Redcoats lost and skedaddled. The Patriots got word that they were on their own with no more reinforcements or supplies so they headed for the hills also. There really isn’t much to see but field at the location of the visitor center. The visitor center does have a 6- minute oral presentation/diorama of the battle that lasted only a short time. That was interesting. You can then drive to the site where the Patriots holed up to ambush the Redcoats. There is also a nice little trail to a small waterfall. It’s worth the stop if you are interested in history. There is an honor system $3.00 fee per person, children free. March 12, 2021
เขียนเมื่อ 18 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2021
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Dewayne P
เอลิซาเบททาวน์, เคนตั๊กกี้1,507 ผลงาน
มี.ค. ค.ศ. 2021
The first stop was the replica farm house turned into a visitor's center. They have a neat diorama that takes you through the events of the battle. There is a walking trail near the visitor's center, but the battlefield walking trail is a short drive away. There are signs along the trail. Parking is available at both sites. Admission is $3.
เขียนเมื่อ 11 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2021
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Brillbrits
78 ผลงาน
พ.ย. ค.ศ. 2020 • ครอบครัว
We went with the dog on a lovely walk at Historic Musgrove Mill site. The walk at the main sight (State park Road) was a quiet, well marked, circular one-way walk partly along the river. There were places to rest along the way with a handful of information placards. There is also an information center and several restrooms. We then took a short drove to Horseshoe Falls Road to see the quaint Horseshoe falls which is only a short walk from the parking. There was also another hike available there we didn’t do but hope to come back to another time.
เขียนเมื่อ 8 พฤศจิกายน ค.ศ. 2020
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darkwriter1
Leesville, เซาท์แคโรไลนา42 ผลงาน
ก.ย. ค.ศ. 2020
There are trails which wind through the forest across and along streams and a small waterfall to the footsteps where Patriots and British met and fought. With a large rural house serving as the visitors center and a lot of the history inside, You get the preview of events that happened so long ago and honored today.
เขียนเมื่อ 28 กันยายน ค.ศ. 2020
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Meby C
มอลดิน, เซาท์แคโรไลนา494 ผลงาน
พ.ค. ค.ศ. 2020 • เพื่อนๆ
Great hike and history! This spot is actually 2 great hikes. Start at the visitors center and walk the pretty easy mill and camp site. Then, drive about a mile up the toad to the battlefield site and hike that one. It’s a little longer and includes Horseshoe Falls. Good interpretive signs and clearly marked trail. Not crowded at all! The visitors center at the Musgrove Mill site is very nice. Also, you pay at one spot and that tag lets you hike both places. Good for families too. Picnic tables at center.
เขียนเมื่อ 31 พฤษภาคม ค.ศ. 2020
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Lorelei S
Wi58 ผลงาน
พ.ค. ค.ศ. 2020
Admission/State Park Pass is Now required. The small visitor center has a big table diorama of the battlefield. A 6 min. audio describes the movement of troops with moving colored lights for each army. It's not really a museum but has some gift sales. There was 1 men's and 1 women's toilet at the visitor center. At this time, there didn't appear to be any other toilet facilities/porta johns on either loop of the park, including by the falls. In this critical time of Social Distancing, the parking lot by the visitor center was only allowing 16 vehicles and only 10 vehicles by the falls. The entrance for the 1.3 mile "educational Battlefield loop" is from Horseshoe Falls Rd. There is a good sidewalk - less than 1/4 mile long - from this parking lot to view the falls but the trails are not suitable for wheelchairs, strollers, or bikes. People in moderate health can tackle this trail (lots of roots, a few stairs, not much for hills). The 1 mile British Camp trail is a few miles away on State Park Rd. by the Visitor Center but there are only a couple of info. signs on this moderately easy path.
The falls were packed with people on Memorial Day weekend. The Park Ranger had to corral a couple of groups of about 40 peope just to get off the ledge of rocks. There is a small beach area at low water times but that was also packed.
People PLEASE be kind and respectful of the Rangers. They shouldn't have to feel like they are risking their lives trying to keep us safe!
เขียนเมื่อ 29 พฤษภาคม ค.ศ. 2020
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Carson R
4 ผลงาน
มี.ค. ค.ศ. 2020 • เพื่อนๆ
My mom and I have been taking a girls trip and while on the drive from Asheville to Wilmington we decided to go south. We have a habit of finding interesting and unique stops on the way and this one fit the bill.

On a whim we got off the highway and down the road to Musgrove mill. As we pulled in we noted the beauty of the park and how we could see a hiking trail near the center.

We entered the visitor center and were greeted by Dawn, the park ranger. Let me just say, Dawn was WONDERFUL. She shared with us that unfortunately the shorter loop was closed due to the river flooding, but informed us of the horseshoe falls route that was a little more strenuous but just as beautiful and interesting (she was right!) she also shared with us her passion for the parks, and especially live history showing us some pieces she’s made for the upcoming reenactment in April.

After watching the very informative diorama (and buying “sassy woman” Abigail Adams tshirts) we ventured out to the trail. While it was strenuous (hills steps roots etc) the informative signs lead you through the battle as if you were there in the 1700s. We were not exactly appropriately dressed for a hike but did just fine!

If you have the time check this place out! It is clear how much the rangers care about the park and the history within.
เขียนเมื่อ 11 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2020
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Anthony P
ชาร์ลสตัน, เซาท์แคโรไลนา2,245 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2020 • คู่รัก
Stop at the interpretive center to get the information on the battle that occurred here and the many sites in the area. The Center has an electronic battlefield map, which is very helpful. The center also has uniforms that you can try on as well as a heap of stories about this early civil war in the S.C. backcountry. Also of note, the center has a porch with chairs. Of an evening, you can sit out there and watch the bats drop from their home in the pasture, which is pretty cool.

The park also has an old mill site which is beautiful, an actual waterfall, and several historic monuments. Several times during the year they put on special living history or nature walks/observations, so check the S.C. Parks webpage for events. Great Park!!!!

เขียนเมื่อ 7 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2020
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Jack L
อีสต์ซีราคิวส์, นิวยอร์ก735 ผลงาน
ก.ย. ค.ศ. 2019
The battle was fought August 19,1780 under the forces of American commanders Col. James William & Col. Elijah Clark against British & Loyalist forces of Col. Alexander Innes. The American forces force was outnumbered by 2-1, however defeated the British & Loyalist by using strategy & maneuvers. Sixty British & Loyalist troops were killed with seventy captured while the Americans suffered four killed & twelve wounded. The site is two parts, first the visitor center/museum and the 1.3 mile walking trail.

The visitor center is one large room with a glass covered show case with a replica of the battle explaining who the battle fought from start to finish using Blue-patriots & Red-British.Mark-the ranger-then used the blue & red lights how the battle progressed-attack, retreat & attack again by the patriots. There are words by George Bancroft & Edward Musgrove. On one wall are Revolutionary War Heroines of South Carolina with sketches from the war period.There are two replica muskets-American & British. The museum is small yet much information.

The battlefield is located to the east with Mark supplying instructions. On the LEFT-2-3 miles-will be a brown sign where to turn. After turning drive about one mile until a grass parking lot on the right appears, with the trail's entrance across the road.At about the 200 yard mark will be a cement walkway before turning into dirt/earth path.

The best footwear should be a pair of hiking/work boots. The path is a zigzag up * down & winding trail. There are big wooden steps to navigate, I found just walking around the steps better than walking down or up the best way to deal with the steps. Along the path are fourteen interpreter stands. After the 'A Bad Situation Gets Worse' stand is a Y, turn LEFT, turning right is only three benches. Along the trail are probably 10-12 benches.

To keep on the trail look for a GREEN square on a tree's truck. I suggested to Mark that a large green arrow be painted on one side. For return, the path back can be misleading.

If a visitor thinks they might nee to use the museum's facility's, do so. The trail will probably take 50 minutes. My visit was on a sunny & hot day, could have used a bottle of water. The has NO cannon or memorials. Mark informed me there is a British path a short walk from the center with a statue of a British officer who was killed during the battle, however I didn't have time for the trail.

A total visit-museum & trail-probably would be at most two hours. Parking is a medium size gravel/grass lot. If a person has has an interest in the revolutionary time period a visit is recommended. The site is located NE of I-26 by about 15 minutes.
เขียนเมื่อ 1 มกราคม ค.ศ. 2020
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