lake hartwell markets

Looking for fresh fruits and vegetables? Or are you searching for that one antique piece to complete your collection? From the freshest foods to the most well preserved antiques and everything in between the Lake Hartwell area has it and we are just waiting for you to stop by.

Georgia Hartwell Region | Georgia Toccoa Region | South Carolina Clemson Region | South Carolina Anderson Region
Georgia Hartwell Region
Downtown Athens
Several block area.
Find Broad Street that borders the UGA campus, park, explore, hang out, eat and shop.
J & J Flea Market
11661 Commerce Rd
Athens, GA 30607
www.jandjfleamarket.com
706-613-2410
“Georgia’s biggest & best flea market”
Open year round Sat. and Sun. 8am to 5pm. From I-85 take exit 149, follow Hwy 441 South for 15 miles, on left.
2 Tanger Outlet Centers
Commerce, GA
125 brand name outlets and a
Food court
Exit 149 off of I-85
www.tangeroutlet.com
706-335-3354
Hartwell Farmer’s Market
Intersection of Carter & Howell Streets,
across from the new City Hall.
500 East Howell St.
Hartwell, GA 30643
April-Nov
Saturday Hours: 7:00 AM – Noon
Tuesday: Hours: 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM.
downtown hartwell

Lavonia Antique Market
180 Lauren Dr.
Exit 173, off I-85
Lavonia, GA
706-356-2744
Open Mon. – Sat. 10am – 5:30pm, and Sun. 1pm – 5:30pm

Downtown Hartwell
Downtown Hartwell has many shops on the square and is within walking distance of the Historic Depot Street shops.

Georgia Toccoa Region
Downtown Toccoa
Shops and restaurants
South Carolina Clemson Region
Clemson University Campus
864-656-4789
www.clemson.edu
Hendrix Student Center
Clemson’s popular ice cream and special Blue Cheese.
Greenville’s Farmer’s Market
www.saturdaymarketlive.com
Saturdays, 8 am to Noon, May 1 to Oct. 30 on Main Street in Downtown Greenville
downtown greenville Downtown Greenville
If you don’t mind walking, park near Main St, and stroll up and down the street, it’s beautiful, clean, thriving with people of all ages, some local and some from other countries. Greenville has several companies that pull talent from overseas. Main Street will also take you to the beautiful Falls Park on the Reedy River. Over the river is a unique curved pedestrian suspension bridge. Spend the afternoon walking through the park, shopping and dining.
Bryson’s Apple Orchard
1011 Chattooga Ridge Rd.
Mountain Rest, SC 29664
864-647-9427
Open Aug. – Nov., daily, 9am – 6pm. You can pick them or they can. There are many varieties of apples to choose from. Peaches are also sold.
Pendleton Farmers Market
On village green
Pendleton, SC 29670
www.pendletonfarmersmarket.org
Thurs. 4 – 6pm
Bee Well Honey & Natural Market
205 Hampton Ave. Hwy 8
Pickens, SC 29671
www.beewellhoneyfarm.com
864-898-5122
Shop for pure honey, beekeeping supplies and natural foods.
bee well honey market
Ram Cat Alley
Historic District
Seneca, SC
www.ramcatalleysc.com
Downtown Seneca’s arts and entertainment district
Pottery, cafes, antiques, gifts, fine cuisine, clothing and books are just a few of the things you will find here.
Seneca’s Farmers Market
Main St.
Seneca, SC 29678
Open Tues., Thurs. and Sat.
7am – noon
The Happy Berry
510 Gap Hill Rd. (off Hwy 183)
Six Mile, SC 29682
www.thehappyberry.com
864-350-9345
Pick your own blueberries, blackberries, elderberries, grapes and figs when in season
Lucky Acres Farm
1024 Milford Rd.
Townville, SC 29689-4316
www.luckyacresfarm.com
864-287-2339
Three miles from I-85 exit 11
Call for hours and directions.
Visit this family run Alpaca farm. See the animals and buy products made from the Alpaca’s sheared fur like yarn, felt, hats, gloves, cloth or moccasins. Alpacas are very intelligent, mild-tempered, inquisitive animals that are members of the camel family. They don’t smell bad, like other farm animals.
farmers market Walhalla Farmer’s Market
Church St.
Walhalla, SC 29691
Open Wed. & Fri., 7am to noon
South Carolina Anderson Region
Denver Downs Farm Store
Located 1 mile West of I-85
On US 76 at corner
With Lakeside Rd
Anderson, SC 29621
864-940-2293
www.denverdownsfarm.com
Open May 1 until Jan. 1, Mon. – Fri. 9 – 6, Sat. 9 – 5
Fresh shrimp brought in from the SC coast (when in season, Wed. – Sat.), local fruits and vegetables
Farmer’s Market
North Murray Ave. & Tribble St.
Downtown Anderson
864-231-1924
May – Nov.
Tues. & Thurs, 10am to 1pm
Sat., 8am to 1pm
Hardy Berry Farm Hardy Berry Farm
232 Strawberry Rd
Anderson, SC 29626
www.hardyberryfarm.com
864-224-5441
April – Sept., call for hours/never open on Sun.
This is a family run farm where you can pick or buy fresh strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, peaches and muscadines when in season. Their country store sells a variety of items like fresh bread, honey, jams and homemade ice cream.
Kitchen Emporium & Gifts
303A South Main Street
Downtown Anderson, SC 29624
Kitchen Emporium Website
864-225-2021
Mon. – Fri. 10 am – 5:30pm
Sat. 10 am – 4 pm
Wine, kitchen, local products and gift shop; special events room that can accommodate about 20 guests, cooking demonstrations with a meal or as a hors d’oeuvre party and wine tasting events.
Kitchen Emporium
split creek farm
Split Creek Farm, LLC
3806 Centerville Rd.
Anderson, SC 29625
www.splitcreek.com
864-287-3921
I-85, exit 14 (Hwy 187), turn north towards Clemson, go 2.7 miles, turn right onto Centerville Rd (by gas station), farm is ¼ mile on the left.
Meet some goats and buy fantastic products made from their milk. If you stop by in the spring, you can see the baby goats! They will let you sample some of the products. They sell goat cheese, chevre, fromage blanc, feta, fudge, milk, butter and cheese balls. They have gift baskets that they can mail to people. The baskets are a great gift for someone who has everything and loves food! You can even order more products once you get home and they will ship them to you. They have a folk art shop, other farm animals and tours are available by appointment for a small fee.
Anderson Jockey Lot and Farmers Market
4530 US 29 N.
Belton, SC
www.jockeylot.com
864-224-2027
The Anderson Jockey Lot is one of the South’s largest flea markets. There are items being sold inside and outside. This place is kind of funky and has a disorganized layout of venders, but it is entertaining to see what is for sale.
Callaham Orchards
559 Crawford Rd.
Belton, SC 29627
Drive North from Belton on Hwy 20 for 3 miles turn right on Crawford Rd, follow the signs. Hours seasonal/tours available, call first
www.carolinapeaches.com
864-338-0810/864-338-5302
On this family farm, you can stroll through orchards of seasonal fruit (peaches, berries, plums, nectarines, figs, apples, pumpkins and muscadines), Feed farm animals, enjoy home churned ice cream, look around the store and play a duck race game.
May-Lan Tree Plantation
156 Cooley Bridge Rd
Pelzer, SC 29669
Located ½ mile off of Hwy 25 South on Hwy 247 (Belton Hwy)
www.maylanfarms.com
864-243-3092
Seasonal hours, call first.
Christmas trees, gourds, squash, corn stalks and pumpkin farm, offers various children’s activities at certain times of the year (April, October and December). General store has a variety of products such as jellies, jams, ciders, syrups, butter and local honey.
may-lan tree plantation
Happy Cow Creamery Happy Cow Creamery
332 McKelvey Rd
Pelzer, SC 29669
Off Hwy 25, 2 miles South of Ware Place, left on McKelvey Rd., I mile
www.happycowcreamery.com
864-243-9699
Mon. – Fri. 9am to 7pm, Sat. 9am to 5pm, closed Sunday
If you happen to be in Pelzer, stop by for some chemical free pure milk, butter, cheese, sausage, chicken, naturally grown fruits. Tours by appointment.