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Musgrove Mill State Historic Site

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Musgrove Mill State Historic Site’s peaceful setting in the Piedmont woods near Clinton stands in sharp contrast to the bloody struggle waged there on Aug. 19, 1780. 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.


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