Saturday, June 17
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday, June 18
Free, self-guided tour of Kershaw County farms and markets featuring local artisans!
- City of Camden
- Kershaw County
Where to Stay
Years Participating: 2
Welcome to Kershaw County
Discover "Classically Carolina" farms, markets, and artisans all throughout Kershaw County Saturday, June 17 - Sunday, June 18, 2017!
How to Enjoy the Tour
Step 1: Choose several tour sites below to visit, being aware that you might not be able to see everything in one day. You can start anywhere - the tour is self-guided and there is no admission charge!
Step 2: Load up your car with your friends and family and begin your tour! Bring a cooler and pick up some fresh veggies, let your kids enjoy a hay-ride and barnyard animals, watch our artists in action and enjoy a day in the country!
Step 3: Visit our Ag + Art Tour information table at your first tour stop to sign-in. You will be counted at each tour stop you visit but you only need to sign in at your first stop. Be sure to use #agandarttour in all of your social media check-ins!
Step 4: Don't forget to check out farms and artisans in other participating counties!
With 11 counties over 4 weekends there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy!
K1. Boykin Mill Farms
2044 Boykin RoadRembert, SC 29128
Whether you're an old friend, or you're planning your first visit to Boykin, we welcome you and invite you to enjoy the beauty, history, hospitality, fine food and fun of our unique and charming little crossroads community.
Witness the ancient art of fine broom-making at The Broom Place, an authentic circa 1740 rustic settler's cabin. Visit the 200-year-old Boykin Mill, and view the beautiful vistas of historic Boykin Mill Pond from a covered footbridge beneath tall pines.
Pause in the stark, simple reverence of an early 1800's clapboard church to reflect on the bravery and history of this significant Civil War battlefield.
Goat Daddy's Farm
144 Tomahawk TrailElgin, SC 29045
Tucked away in the woods, you will find Goat Daddy's Farm. We are located on a beautiful 25 acre retreat, where we raise Chickens, Turkeys, Goats, and Pigs in their natural habitat, allowing them to thrive in the conditions they would normally be accustomed to in nature. We supplement our animals with all Non-GMO feed to ensure we are providing the best nutrients to our animals from our land and feed, to give way to wonderful tasting food to your table. Stop by and visit our farm to walk over 1.5 miles on our woodland trail, buy some wonderful local products from our farm store and dairy (eggs, chicken, pork, Grade A Raw milk, and goat cheese), and enjoy visiting all the other animals that call Goat Daddy's Farm home, like our emus, parrots, horses, livestock guardian dogs, pot bellied pigs to name a few.
- Goat Milking Demonstration
Saturday, June 17th, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
- Cheese Making Demonstration
Saturday, June 17th, Noon – 1:00 PM
- Soap Making Demonstration
Saturday, June 17th, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
- Guided Woodland Tours
Saturday June 17th, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sunday June 18th, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
(Every hour on the hour) *1.5 Miles long
- Benefits of buying Whole Chickens Demonstration Sunday, June 18th, 1:30 - 2:30pm
Kershaw County Farmers Market
222 Broad StreetCamden, SC 29020
Only open Saturday, June 17 from 8:00 AM - Noon
We are your source for fresh, healthy, local. "We've got a good thing growing!" The KCFM provides farm grown products to consumers. By providing a central location for Kershaw county and South Carolina growers and producers to connect and market directly with consumers, citizens gain a local alternative to corporate food production. We support existing, and encourage new, small independent South Carolina growers and producers.
K4. Old McCaskill's Farm
377 Cantey LaneRembert, SC 29128
Only open Saturday, June 17
A working farm raising lamb, pork, beef, goat & eggs antibiotic & growth hormone free. The farm store sells all the farm products as well as other local products such as Bell Honey, Hickory Hill milk, wool blankets and Carolina Rice & grits. The broader house with incubator hatches ducks, chickens & guineas weekly. We are also a B&B serving a farm to table breakfast. There is lunch served every Friday first come, first served.
K5. Pear Tree Farm
82 Red Bank RoadRembert, SC 29128
Only open Saturday, June 17
An “equine” farm where owner Lita “Squeaky” Wangensteen trains and shows horses. Although the property is full of lilies and lined with huge Oak, Pecan and Magnolia trees, it is named it for the amazing Pear tree right in the center of the field.
- During the Ag + Art Tour weekend visitors to Pear Tree Farm will be able to observe horses in the pastures and being ridden to demonstrate jumping techniques.
While you are in Kershaw County be sure to check out these other great Ag + Art related locations and activities!
930 Broad St.Camden, SC 29020
Open: Saturday, June 17
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
We are a working studio and gallery of ten artists. Enjoy painters painting watercolors and stainglass, on-going.
Beyond Bargains Nursery
756 Highway 1 NorthCamden, SC 29020
Saturday, June 179:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Recognized as a Certified South Carolina grower, we grow the majority of our annuals and perennials. We also sell fruit trees and plants, shade and ornamental trees, and shrubbery. You can also purchase garden seed in bulk...you can buy a few or a few 100 pounds of seeds. We carry potting soil, soil conditioner, mulch, black kow, lime, and a variety of garden needs. We also have a gift shop where we sell unique gifts, bird-houses, bird feeders, flower pots, silk arrangements, house plants and even FIREWORKS!
Gorget Distilling Company
1974A Whiting WayLugoff, SC 29078
Open Thursday June 15th through Saturday June 17.
A distillery that uses SC grain and fruits to produce some of the finest spirits around! Enjoy free tastings of our spirits and a tour of the distillery!
907 Broad Street
Camden, SC 29020
Open Saturday, June 17, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Nursery and garden center in downtown Camden
Schmucker's Amish General Store
1040A Broad St.Camden, SC 29020
Open Saturday, June 1710:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Amish made goods including canned items, breads, cheeses, furniture, and healthcare. Enjoy tastings of various items!