Join the Spartanburg County Historical Association and experience Colonial Life in the Upstate as lived by the Moores. Witness a re-enactment of Bloody Bill's Raid, try your hand at colonial crafts, chores, and instruments, enjoy lively music, and indulge in tasty BBQ!
Admission and full schedule: TBA
Established circa 1767 by Charles and Mary Moore, Walnut Grove Plantation boasted a sizable farm that Mr. Moore ran with the help of his ten children and a dozen enslaved African Americans.
During was where local militia mustered prior to the Battle of Cowpens. Loyalist William "Bloody Bill" Cunningham raided the plantation in November 1781 and killed a Patriot soldier sheltered by the Moores.