Step back in time with a self-guided journey along the River Trail. The 3/10-mile paved pathway begins at the end of the Saluda River Bridge and curves through woodlands along the river’s edge to the Saluda Mill ruins and Interpretive Center. There you can learn about the rich history of the area and see what remains of the first water-powered textile mill in South Carolina. Along the way enjoy scenic views of the river and an abundance of wildlife and native plants. The River Trail is stroller and wheelchair accessible.
Note: The Woodland Walk from the interpretive cabin up to the Old Rose Garden is currently closed.