Jones Gap State Park. From 1840 to 1848, Solomon Jones cut a toll road from Caesars Head, South Carolina, to Cedar Mountain, North Carolina. The unpaved Jones Gap Road was the only direct route between Greenville County and Transylvania County, North Carolina, until in the 1930s

Jones Gap State Park. From 1840 to 1848, Solomon Jones cut a toll road from Caesars Head, South Carolina, to Cedar Mountain, North Carolina. The unpaved Jones Gap Road was the only direct route between Greenville County and Transylvania County, North Carolina, until in the 1930s

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