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History Hike on the Greenway

Sunday, September 15, 2019 - 2:00pm until 3:30pm

Walk the Great Philadelphia Wagon Road  that runs through the Greenway with Joe and Flora and learn about how an early buffalo trail became the main north south route for the Scots Irish settlers who settled in and around Fort Mill. Learn about the part played by the road in the Revolutionary and Civil War. This hike includes a tour of our circa 1800 log cabins. Hikers will meet in the Dairy Barn parking lot. This hike is free for Greenway members. $5 daily visitor fee applies to non-members. For more details about this event, please visit the website here.

Location Details:

288 Dairy Barn Ln.
Fort Mill, SC 29715
(803) 547-4575

In 1995, this 2,100 acre nature preserve was dedicated to the public to serve as a natural buffer from urban development and a place for countless activities – from hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding, to picnics, kayaking and more. The Greenway holds a wealth of cultural resources, including the historic Nation Ford Road, which was part of the Great Philadelphia Wagon Road, a pathway that was used by Native Americans, European settlers, Revolutionary and Civil War soldiers, traders and trappers for hundreds of years. In addition, the Greenway contains two circa-1800 log cabins, a dairy barn built in 1946 and the site of the Garrison-Webb gristmill for which Fort Mill is named. A part of Leroy Springs & Company,  Inc. and a site on the SC Ag + Art Tour