Boone Hall Plantation consists of nearly 600 acres in the heart of Mount Pleasant and abuts over 1.5 miles of Boone Hall Creek. The historic property features diverse ecosystems and wildlife habitat, and provides an oasis of natural land in the fast-growing region of Coastal South Carolina. The antebellum-era plantation is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is open to the public for a variety of tourism, cultural, agricultural, and community events and activities. Boone Hall serves as an anchor greenspace property within the broader Lowcountry landscape.
A map for the Boone Hall Plantation has been provided in Google Map format.