Simpsonville, South Carolina

Smith Family Farms

category : Farms
From April through October the Smith Family Farm offers vegetable plants, flowers, vegetables, honey, jams, jellies, pickled peppers, chow chow, peanuts and cider.


  • Days and Hours of Operation: Open April - October

Address: 1105 W Georgia RD
Simpsonville,SC 29680

Phone: (864) 963-8815

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