Situated on just under 33 acres right outside Charleston, South Carolina – and only minutes from Mt. Pleasant -The Stables at Boals Farm is an authentic, working horse farm that originally grew sugar cane and refined it into cane syrup. The Boals Family Farm was established in 1965 when Mr. Ronald M. Boals, Sr. implemented the long line of family roots in the farming, culinary, and equestrian fields that date back to the 1800’s. The authenticity permeates the property. The buildings that enhance Boals Farm include structures that were built with lumber milled from trees on the property and the vintage syrup kettle in the Syrup House has been in the Boals Family since the 1800’s. The commitment with which Mr. Boals, Sr. established the farm runs four generations deep, currently led by Mr. Tommy Ray Boals, Sr. – Tommy Boals, a Charleston native educated at Moultrie High School, passionately continues to cultivate and preserve this precious piece of family history.
In 2014, the Boals Family decided to open up their beautiful piece of history to the public. While they had held events for friends and extended family over the years, it had never been opened for just anyone to enjoy. They were more than ready to share it with the community – especially in a time where it’s hard to find untouched farm land in the Charleston area. The events are currently run by Tommy’s son, Jason Boals with help from Ashley Truitt, Tommy’s daughter. The passion and family commitment with which Ronald started and Tommy continues to cultivate and preserve the farm, will translate to any event held at The Stables at Boals Farm – with a new generation of the Boals Family members assisting you to make your event memorable. Whether it’s a wedding, rehearsal dinner, corporate event, birthday party, etc, we cannot wait to have you celebrate your special occasion with us at Boals Farm.
Call or e-mail us to set up a site visit! 843.501.6339 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Authentic • Vintage • Memorable
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