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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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William Vaux

2 months ago

Good park. Very nice. Beautiful little building at the entrance. They were serving delicious food inside. I like the trails, but they're a bit rocky. The lake is nice, and people like kayaking it. There's a tiny island. My qualm is how much you have to pay, and the fact that only members are allowed in the dog park.


Bethany Therriault

5 months 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!


Amy Stefanik

a month ago

I assisted a friend for her husbands surprise birthday party on July 23rd. I am an event planner and have been to many venues and worked with a lot of venue staff members. With that said, the team at Anne Springs were the most , accommodating, kind and thorough group of individuals I have worked with. I highly recommend having an event here. I will definitely recommend to my clients and friends. Thank you Tyler, Dawn, Laura, Elizabeth, Dave and Chris for an amazing evening!


Alex R.

4 months ago

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.


L Peak

in the last week

This is my favorite space to unwind and reset. I enjoy hiking along the trails most of all but kayaking, fishing, biking, and horseback riding are some of the other great options available there. All of the volunteers are always helpful and friendly.



a month ago

Cant beat this for the membership price. Beautiful grounds and so well kept. Love their bike trails & hiking trails. So much to do with the family. Great outdoor programs. For a little more you can get a membership for the dog park too. Well worth the extra money of $10/month if you love dogs. Their outdoor venue holds great concerts. My only wish is that they would run a little longer than June.


Scott Broughton

2 months ago

Spacious off road trails for hiking, biking & equestrian use. We road bikes on the Prairie trail which was chock full of sharp turns, rocks & tree roots. It was especially nice to ride in a wooded area on a hot day. You could spend a week here with dozens of trails. Recommended for the physically fit wanting a tough workout.


Chad Crawford

2 weeks ago

We've been riding our horses here for several years, mostly because after we moved it's closest. This is a poor equestrian destination, finally had enough and we won't renew our membership. It's just not set up for horses, from the long walk from trailer parking to restrooms and the heavy pedestrian foot traffic, it's just annoying every time we go. The slightest rain storm and they close the trails for horses (but open to hikers and bikes), the final straw was trails closed to horses due to trees down on the trail. My horse is as capable, or more, of going around a down tree as the average hiker.... complete nonsense. We've ridden for over a decade at Camp Croft in Spartanburg, and from now on we'll be going back. The longer drive to Croft is a small price to pay for a much more relaxing experience.


Cheryl A. Foster

3 months ago

Such a beautiful place that is sandwiched in by ongoing housing and commercial development. It's such a special place that has provided our family with all kinds of memories over the last decade.


Jesska Daugherty

3 weeks ago

We have been looking forward to visiting but we were disappointed. The trails were nice and shaded but not very clearly marked in places, especially if youre trying to connect trails. The suspension bridge was out favorite part but not worth the price of admission. Kayaks are only available on the weekends. Overall, not worth $36 for a family of 4.

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