The Lowcountry Strawberry Festival continues to strive to strike a balance of providing fun exciting attractions and activities with wholesome fun on the farm. As this event has continued to grow, different kinds of entertainment of all shapes and sizes has been incorporated into the festival. But it is important to note that at the center of it all has been and will always be...strawberries.
The event will again be divided into three different areas.
FAMILY ATTRACTIONS – This area of the event will again feature the world famous K-9’s In Flight who will be performing a number of acrobatic dog shows that is fantastic fun and entertainment for the whole family.
The Family Attractions area will also feature some all new giant inflatables presented by Monkey Biz. Tiki Island should provide plenty of bouncing fun through an inflatable obstacle course. The Velcro Wall allows participants to put on a special suit that will allow jumpers to stick to a special wall in mid air. The All American Petting Zoo and pony rides return as well as the very popular pig and duck races, two of the largest jump pillows in the state, a three story slide tower, playground fun and games, contests and live musical entertainment all through the weekend, vendor displays, and more. The FAMILY ATTRACTIONS area of the event will be open during event daytime hours Friday-Saturday-Sunday of the festival until 7PM. There will also be a variety of festival foods available for purchase.
FESTIVAL RIDES presented by Amusements of America will again be part of the event. There will be a number of new exciting thrill rides including the Kamikaze, family rides, and a number of kiddie rides for smaller children. The rides will operating during all event hours day and night.
Tractor rides will be provided for attendees to and from our U-Pick fields for STRAWBERRY PICKIN’ while available during event daytime hours on Friday-Saturday-Sunday until 5PM. Strawberries are to be paid for by the pound.
For prices and more information, please visit the website provided.
The Lowcountry Strawberry Festival is staged on the farm portion of Boone Hall Plantation. The entrance to the event is located just opposite 2330 Hwy. 17 North in Mt. Pleasant, S.C. - 1/2 mile north of Long Point Rd. For complete event details – FAQ section – and to purchase advance tickets online, please visit: http://boonehallplantation.com