Harvest Fest is coming up soon! You have two choices: you can camp/trail ride for the weekend, or you can come enjoy the music, food and fun during the day on Saturday. We have a trail riding group going from Rose Court Farms on Friday and staying through Sunday. The main Harvest Fest event is on Saturday, and for those who are not planning to trail ride, or have young children, this would be a great time to come join the campers. Here is the information about the Harvest Fest on their website.
Description of Trail Ride (for riders)
Bring your horse, camping gear, and supplies for two nights of camping and trail riding on 20 miles of beautiful, wooded trails. Trail ride includes a stall, one bag of shavings, weekend camping, and admission into the Harvest Festival on Nov 3. Enjoy a Saturday evening meal and a Sunday morning breakfast (for an additional fee). Full restrooms and shower facilities available. Pre-registration required by 12:00pm on Friday, November 2. Call (843) 795-4386 to register or for more information.
- Passholder $40.00
- Non-Passholder $50.00
Mary has reserved a camping space, and we will plan to park all the trailers and pitch tents in the same area. When you call to sign up for the trail ride, tell them you are with Rose Court Farms, and you will be put in that group.
Description of Saturday Events (for non-riders and riders alike)
Long ago, agricultural families in the Colonial Southeast and across America gathered every fall to give thanks and celebrate a bountiful Harvest season with a day of feasting, games, music and fun. To keep this spirited tradition alive, the Charleston County Park & Recreation Commission will host the 11th Annual Harvest Fest on Saturday, November 3, 2012 at Mullet Hall Equestrian Center. Come on down and enjoy some foot-stompin’ live bluegrass music from five local bluegrass bands. There is plenty to keep the kiddies occupied including hay rides, a stick pony corral, pumpkin decorating, penny diving, lasso demonstrations, crafts and more.
Feast on Southern delights like finger-lickin’ Carolina barbeque, kettle korn, and all of your favorite festival foods! Plus, there will be icy-cold beverages available for purchase. Once you’ve eaten your fill, head on over to the crafters market, great for holiday shopping!