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From mountains to oceans, South Carolina’s landscape has historically provided us with plenty of crops and animals to produce some of the freshest local food in the country. It just so happens that these five South Carolina family farms produce some of the best farm-to-table products that you could ask for!
In Long Creek, this beautiful farm boasts over 20 unique fruits for you to pick, grazing cattle, an in-house distillery and 138 acres of rolling hills. You can also visit Belle’s Bistro at Chattooga Belle for an unforgettable meal. Whether you’re just visiting or using the farm as a venue for a wedding or large event, this quaint farm is one of the best that South Carolina has to offer.
The “Home of Everything Apples” is located in York, South Carolina and is a family-owned boutique orchard and cidery in York. Visit for the always fun experience of picking your own apples or try some of Windy Hill’s award-winning hard cider!
Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens have been growing crops for over three centuries. With varying produce based on the season, year-round you’ll find amazing produce from peaches to tomatoes right in Mount Pleasant. Locals look forward to picking their own strawberries at Boone Hall every year!
Legare Farms has been a family-owned operation on John’s Island for 291 years. Since 1725, they’ve worked to provide local products. All year round, this farm is worth the visit with animals you can sponsor, a beautiful pumpkin patch in the fall, and the freshest foods. Legare Farms’ bacon salsa is a must-have.
This Grade A goat dairy farm is great for produce but even better for the animals. With about 350 in Split Creek’s goat herd, visit this farm in Anderson for all your dairy needs. For the sweet tooth, Split Creek’s award-winning goat milk fudge will be enough to put this South Carolina family farm at the top of your list.
Cahill’s Market is a true family farm, growing their produce one row at a time and bringing it straight to you in some of the best meals you could ask for. Stop by Bluffton to visit Cahill’s Chicken Kitchen for some of the South’s best fried chicken and collards.
Visit any of these farms and you won’t be disappointed, leave with a memorable experience while supporting South Carlina family-owned businesses.