Things To Do

Children's games and toys at the Scruggs House

 

Upcoming Events

July 4
Celebration of Freedom

9:45 1.25-mile Ranger Guided Battlefield Walk - 1 hour

10:00 Superintendent's welcome, and reading of the Declaration of Independence. Program Tent.

10:45 1.25-mile Ranger Guided Battlefield Walk - 1 hour

11:15 Weapons firing demonstrations to the right of the Visitor Center

11:30 Ranger Talk in the Program Tent - 20 minutes

11:45 1.25-mile Ranger Guided Battlefield Walk - 1 hour

12:15 Weapons firing demonstrations to the right of the Visitor Center

12:30 Marilyn McMinn-McCredie: 18th Century stories and hammer dulcimer music. Program Tent

12:45 1.25-mile Ranger Guided Battlefield Walk - 1 hour

1:15 Weapons firing demonstrations to the right of the Visitor Center

1:30 Ranger Talk in the Program Tent - 20 minutes

1:45 1.25-mile Ranger Guided Battlefield Walk - 1 hour

2:15 Weapons firing demonstrations to the right of the Visitor Center

2:30 Ranger Talk: Southern Campaign - 20 minutes

2:45 1.25-mile Ranger Guided Battlefield Walk - 1 hour

3:15 Weapons firing demonstrations to the right of the Visitor Center

5:00 Park closes.
Independence Day Children's Activities
12:00 - 3:00 Colonial Life Scavenger Hunt:

Find Your Park (18th Century Clothes)

Sachets

Quill Pen Writing

Muster for Drill

Patriot Certificate

August 22

Living History Day: SC Rangers - firing demonstrations 10:15, 11:15, 1:15, and 2:15.

September 19 - 20
Living History Weekend: Upper Broad Regiment

Weapons firing demonstrations at 10:15, 11:15, 1:15, and 2:15.

October 2 - 7
Revolutionary War Weekend: A series of Revolutionary War activities at Walnut Grove Plantation, Cowpens National Battlefield, and Kings Mountain National Military Park.

October 6
Outdoor Evening Drama: The Night before Kings Mountain, behind the Visitor Center, 6:00 pm

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