Anne Springs Close Greenway
The Greenway is rich in both natural and cultural resources. Natural resources include over 190 species of wildflowers, and a great diversity of birds and other interesting wildlife. The Greenway contains the 28-acre Lake Haigler, as well as four other fishing ponds, mixed hardwood forests, prairies, Steele Creek and vistas that are truly breathtaking.
Cultural resources include the historic Nation Ford Road, part of the Great Philadelphia wagon road and a pathway for Native Americans, European settlers, American Revolution and Civil War soldiers, traders and trappers for hundreds of years. In addition to this nationally significant site, the Greenway contains two circa 1800 log cabins, a 1780 hall and parlor log house, a Dairy Barn built in 1946, the site of the Garrison-Webb mill for which Fort Mill is named, and other historic sites.
Visit the Greenway website for more information.