Boone Hall Farms

2521 Hwy. 17 North

Mount Pleasant, SC 29466

Phone: (843) 884-4371

City: Mount Pleasant

Region: Coastal & Islands

Boone Hall Farms

Boone Hall is one of America’s oldest working plantations, having been continuously growing and producing crops for over 320 years. Once known for cotton and pecans, Boone Hall Farms still actively produces peaches, strawberries, tomatoes, and pumpkins, as well as many other fruits and vegetables for visitors to enjoy and pick in season.

Two field stands are available for your convenience. Located at 1235 Long Pt. Rd. this stand is open June 15 through August 1. The second stand, open April through December, is located on Hwy 17, 6 miles north of Mt. Pleasant.

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