Stopped in at this fairly new park (opened in 2003) and found a beautiful place to stroll along it's two historical trails and overlooks of the Enoree River and Horseshoe Falls. Muskgrove Mill was the site of many grist mills and a strategic ford in the river in Colonial times and more known as the site of a patriot victory of backcounty militia and loyalists. The park is very well maintained and very clean. The park is free, but donations are welcome. Staff is very knowledgeable and friendly. The battlefield sites are well signed. Picnic shelter and tables with grills available. We will be coming back as regulars!