Musgrove Mill State Historic Site
**Our Ultimate Outsider stamp is located at the kiosk in front of the Visitor Center.
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.
Find out more about Revolutionary War sites in South Carolina and visit other battlefields and historic sites.
BY THE NUMBERS
Revolutionary War battlefield that was the site of a pivotal fight won by the American militia
visitor center with displays and exhibits that tell the story of the Musgrove Mill battle
small but awesome, handicapped accessible waterfall with a unique story
miles of interpretive trails that traverse the park
picnic shelter with restrooms for your next picnic or group gathering
acres of historically significant land