Welcome to Hall Family Farm!

Please read this first so you can have a fun and safe time at our farm.
You do not need to make a reservation to visit or farm or pick strawberries.
Farm Rules And Hours

2 days ago

Hall Family Farm
A lot of nice berries were picked today followed by another rain shower. We are closed until fall pumpkin season. Thanks for a great strawberry season. We learned a lot in this fairly short strawberry season and are making a few changes. Here are a few things we are changing: Separating the hot food from the desserts and adding capacity on the hot food side to reduce wait time, more signage all over, increasing strawberry acreage 65%, dedicating staff time to pick berries for pre-picked sales, and our long term goal is to add at least one activity in the play area each season. For this fall we hope to have the pedal car track built and possibly one more activity. The corn maze is growing from 5ish acres to 7ish acres. The biggest difference in the two farms was the marked decline in weekday business at the new location. This was somewhat expected and partly due to not having school tours because of Covid. We aren't sure if we will resume school tours this fall, and are definitely concerned with weekday business in the fall as this season has always been more of a weekend family thing. We are considering only opening 3 or 4 days/week this fall. We'd love to hear your constructive criticism/comments. Thanks! ...
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Spring 2018 Hours


No Outside Food or Drink

No Outside Food or Drinks will be Allowed on weekends!

SC Agritourism Liability Law

Play It Safe at the Farm!

No Dogs Allowed

Sorry, Fido needs to stay home, please.

About Us

Proud to be family owned and operated for over 70 years. We have fresh strawberries in the spring and gorgeous pumpkins in the fall. We also offer a fun family experience with hayrides, covered picnic tables, and activities for kids of all ages.

After pickin’ and playin’, come visit the sales tent for a refreshing cold slushie or unwind with a hot cup of coffee or cocoa. And while you’re there check out our cafe with hamburgers, hot dogs, corn dogs, chicken tenders , fries, doughnuts, funnel cakes, ice cream and other snacks.

The farm is located in the Van Wyck Area, near the intersection of US 521 & West Rebound Rd

What’s Happening at the Farm…

Spring Season at the Farm

Enjoy fresh strawberries and doughnuts, ice cream, and refreshing drinks in our covered picnic area.

Map & Directions to the Farm

Where To Find Us

Directions from I-485
From I-485, Take exit 61 for South U.S. 521/Johnston Road.
Go ~ 13 miles on U.S 521 South.
Turn right onto SC 75 West (West Rebound Rd).
The farm entrance is ~1 mile down and on the left – 445 West Rebound Rd.

Directions from Lancaster, South Carolina
Go North on Lancaster Hwy (US 521).
Turn left onto SC 75 West (West Rebound Rd)
The farm entrance is ~1 mile down and on the left – 445 West Rebound Rd.