The entrance to the Woodland Walk, a serene half-mile trail through the woods, is also located in the Old Rose Garden. The natural pathway leads you past the Saluda Mill Ruins and Interpretive Center, where you can learn about the first water-powered textile mill in South Carolina, and ends at the bridge to the Zoo. The walk includes some glorious views of the river and an abundance of wildlife and native plants to enjoy.
Note: The Woodland Walk from the Rose Garden to the Saluda Mill Interpretive Cabin is not handicapped accessible. However, the paved River Trail from the Saluda River Bridge to the Interpretive Cabin is stroller and wheelchair accessible.