Kershaw County Farmers Market

222 Broad ST

Camden, SC 29020

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Phone: (803) 729-7146

City: Camden

Region: Midlands

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Kershaw County Farmers Market

South Carolina grown produce available including peaches, blueberries, strawberries, tomatoes and squash. Accept the Palmettovore Challenge and get your local foods at the Kershaw County Farmers Market.

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