This 7.5 acre park with natural springs, formally the site of North Augusta waterworks, now provides children with hands-on educational experience into the history of the area. The site includes the springhouse tavern and bake ovens, housed in the original pumphouse with a shake shingle roof, a stage area for performances, an in-ground cook pit, smoke house, treenware maker, milliner, blacksmith's forge, military encampment with Colonial Militia and other period crafts demonstrations. Park also provides outlets for recreation.
The park is available for weddings and other personal events.
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299 W Spring Grove AVE,
North Augusta, SC 29841
Info & Amenities
I-20 exit 1, turn (left from Columbia ) (rt. from Atlanta ) onto Hwy. 230 (Martintown Rd.), rt. on to West Ave then turn rt. on West Spring Grove.The Park is one block off of West Ave.
Days and Hours of Operation
Daily, dawn to dusk; Colonial demo on the last Sat of the month 10:30am to 4pm except Dec
Days and Holidays Closed
When the park is used for weddings or special occasions