Tales of Union County

At Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site

Join us for an evening’s journey into the spooky past as “Tales of Union County & Beyond” presents an eerie experience for visitors to enjoy local ghostly tales and spine-chilling legends in a family setting with an open campfire for roasting marshmallows. Rose Hill will provide hot drinks as guest storytellers and local historians relate the folklore, stories, & legends of Union County and the region by the flickering light of the campfire. Attendees are asked to bring a lawn chair, blanket or other comfortable outdoor seating, and to dress appropriately for the weather. You may want bug spray! Pre-registration is required. Call the Park Office for more information or to pre-register: 864.427.5966. We ask that attendees bring their own mug for hot drinks. This will help us go green and reduce waste. Thank you!


  • October 27, 2018, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Event Hours

    6:30pm - 8:30pm

    Free Admission With Park Passport Plus


    Registration Deadline

    October 25

    Meeting Place

    Parking is near the picnic shelter and sign in is at the picnic shelter.

    What to Bring

    Insect repellent, folding chair or blanket, mug for hot drinks, and a flash light.


    $10.00/participant (ages 6 and older) or free with Park Passport Plus (up to four people).