Saluda Factory Interpretive Center

In order to convey the historic significance of the Saluda River Factory, an interpretive center was built adjacent to the mill site in 1999. Its construction was made possible thanks to the generous gifts of Evelyn Cantey Marion, Helen Cantey Woodbridge, Edward B. Cantey, Jr., John B. Cantey, Evan and Cindy Nord, and Southland Log Homes of Columbia, SC. The climate-controlled log cabin, conveniently located at the intersection of River Trail and Woodland Walk, features important artifacts, descriptions and graphics revealing the site’s history and its connection to the Civil War.

Be sure to stop by the Interpretive Center to learn more about the fascinating past that belongs to these riverbanks.