Edenhope Farms is nestled on 6 acres. My property used to be the disposal site for the CocaCola bottling Company. Relax around the fire pit and listen to owls, wild geese, bull frogs and the Quack Pack. Lounge on the spacious deck overlooking all the farm animals or take a dip in the swimming pool. At night grill on the BBQ or have an oyster roast. We do have an indoor toil
Edenhope Farms is nestled on 6 acres. My property used to be the disposal site for the CocaCola bottling Company. Relax around the fire pit and listen to owls, wild geese, bull frogs and the Quack Pack. Lounge on the spacious deck overlooking all the farm animals or take a dip in the swimming pool. At night grill on the BBQ or have an oyster roast. We do have an indoor toilet for you to use and an outdoor shower. Go for a walk through the woods, do yoga, head to Hunting Island beach which is 10 miles or drive 3 miles to historic downtown Beaufort. We are also close to Parris Island and many other historical sites. While here you can enjoy historical tours of Beaufort County’s earliest years of the Santa Helena colony in the mid 1600’s, the revolutionary war period, the pre-civil war and plantation time period and the antebellum, reconstruction history up to the Civil Rights visits of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the Historic Penn Center. The Lowcountry is great for water sports, kayaking, boating, jet skiing, sailing and canoeing. Each season offers an opportunity to participate in fishing, crabbing, shrimping or digging for oysters in local waters. Our area is a favorite of cyclist groups, the long, flat, rural, scenic, roads offer pleasant riding experiences for cyclist of all ability levels. There are bike lanes on many of the major roads. Other recreational activities in our area are geocaching, horseback riding, tennis, golf, hiking, beach volleyball, beachcombing, and birdwatching. There are a few special events throughout the year, Gullah Festival-May, Water Festival-July, Shrimp Festival-October, Beaufort Food Truck Festival-October, Soft Shell Crab Festival-April, Pat Conroy Festival-November, Heritage Days Festival-November, Night on the Town-December. There’s something for everyone. COME VISIT!!!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Security Fee. Will be returned when you bring the Towel back.
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your c...Read more
Children under 6 are free. Tour last about 30 minutes. There is time for ...Read more
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These chickens roam free all day long on 6 acres (coming and going to lay egg...Read more
Fresh Raw Honey
Lowcountry Honey from Edenhope Farms
We start out in the backyard practicing our throw of the cast net into the po...Read more
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Throughout neighborhood area and town. Excellent biking at Hunting Island
Shrimping and Crabbing lessons taught for a fee. Fishing charters can be set up.
Lots of suggested hiking trails
Pool or Beach
Natural features you'll find at Edenhope Farms - Enjoy Island life in South Carolina.
We are on an island
River, stream, or creek
You will be staying on one
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My family enjoyed our stay at Edenhope Farms, Cynthia was a great host and showed us around her lovely property. My 5 year old daughter LOVED the goats, chickens and pig. Our pup loved playing with their boxer cooper. We stayed 3 nights and had a wonderful time exploring Hunting Island State park and Downtown Beaufort during the days. There was a Publix close by for last minute groceries.
Note for future Hipcampers: The power and water outlets are around 100-110' from the campsite, so be prepared if you need power. The shade is Great at the camp spots!
Lovely little site, Cynthia was warm and made sure I was settled. I was seeking peace and quite and I wasn’t disappointed. You can see the house and for some that may be a consideration. Very close to Downtown Beaufort and many activities. Would stay again. Thank You Cynthia.
Great host with an amazing camping spot! The highlights of the trip was the pool, the animals about the farm and the ease of getting to the campsite. Would definitely come back again. Thanks so much ♥️♥️♥️
The site was great and the host was great! Would absolutely recommend and will stay here again. Great location- close to beaches, stores and restaurants. The animals on site are wonderful. A fresh delivery of a slice of apple pie was very welcome after a long day at the beach.
Edenhope Farms was a unique experience! Cyndi was gracious and knowledgeable about the area & extremely hospitable! Her farm tour was great - you’ll love the animal’s names!!! All animals were friendly & Cyndi even let us feed them! :) Oh, don’t let me forget the amazing owl that came multiple times over our campsite - it was SO pretty! This campsite is relaxing (& having a bathroom is a bonus!) and just what we needed!
Pleasant host & good location
Great location in between Hunting Island beach and Beaufort! It was raining heavily prior to and during our stay so we weren't able to stay in the campsite proper but Cyndi had space for us that was high and dry. Because of the rain we weren't able to wander around the farm but maybe next time.
Fun farm camping
Great property providing an interesting camping experience. The animals on the farm were fun and the kids loved seeing them up close on the farm tour. About 30 minutes from the beach for a quick day trip. Cyndi was great as a host, would recommend visiting her site for camping.
Maybe not dog friendly
Host greeted us with apprehension when our dog started barking as she approached the car, understandably. When we asked if we could use a campsite not right next to the road, the host was concerned about our dog barking and disturbing her other guests. I felt uncomfortable and we decided to cut our trip short.