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Anne Springs Close Greenway




Fort Mill

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Anne Springs Close Greenway is a 2,100-acre natural preserve located in Fort Mill, South Carolina that offers countless activities from hiking, biking, horseback riding, picnics, & more!

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Alex R.

in the last week

First timers and we loved it! Can't wait to come back and do more exploring. We came out on a whim for the earth day celebrations on Friday. Pics are from the recycled art "show". We walked around on the paths, ate dinner, and enjoyed the live band. Service was great, the surroundings are beautiful, and the food was more substantial than I expected - and good. It was good food! We will definitely be back.


Bethany Therriault

a month ago

We come here most weekends. It's beautifully maintained and the staff are wonderful and helpful!! Such a perfect oasis in the middle of crazy expansion in SC! We love it so much we're having our wedding reception here in September!


Creigh Chlopek

9 months ago

Apparently a membership Greenway cannot bring own food and beverages. Sells wine beer coffee various foods and snacks. Rather on the pricey side ... For example a single glass of wine and a latte came to $18 before gratuity. Trails very nice and have live music on some nights ... Performer I watch was very talented and enjoyable to listen to in the outdoor setting.


Carl Joseph Andrews

10 months ago

Went for Brunch, and it's fairly well done. A bit pricey. Buffet line is well spaced, but it was a little tough finding the menu before going through. I was basically learning what they had as I was walking down the line. Made it a little difficult to plan for what I did and didn't want. Other than that great space! Lots of area for the kids to run around if you have them.


Robert Harker

4 months ago

A great place to walk and see nature. The main entrance structure was modern and beautifully built. Bathrooms were impeccable. You can see Billy Grahams homestead house. They have several trails used by Catawba nation peoples in the past as well. There is a suspended bridge of a very small creek that was a crossing point for this trail in the distant and recent past. It was fun. There are horses and donkeys to pet but DO NOT FEED them anything especially acorns because they are toxic to them. Many things to see here. Excellent location and reasonable fees to get in with yearly memberships available.

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