Renaissance Park, just to the south of Two Egg, is filled with artifacts and the history of life in rural legacy communities. Each year the park hosts two festival days in September and December. These festival days offer demonstrations of early life in legacy communities. African American folk traditions like pig picking and dressing in addition to sausage and soap making taught by community leaders. One highlight of the annual festival is the opportunity for visitors to assist with making sugar cane syrup. The Cane is ground into juice, which makes for a sweet treat itself. Next, the juice is boiled down to syrup in an 80-gallon cast-iron kettle. With expert hands, demonstrators skim impurities from the surface as they boil off and the juice takes on its rich, golden-brown hue.
Renaissance Park, owned and operated by Danny Sylvester, passes the historic traditions of Legacy Communities down through generations. It is used for camping and educational retreats throughout the year.