Managed by the Horry County Museum, this 17-acre working farm recreates life in rural South Carolina circa 1900 to 1955. Though none of the buildings are original (local businessman Larry Paul funded its construction in 2006), the wooden outhouses and period interiors are faithful replicas, and the activities on offer are lots of fun. Kids will especially enjoy picking peanuts, shelling corn, grinding grits, milking cows, pumping water, spinning cotton, and making butter. Costumed guides plow with mules, make lye soap, work at the blacksmith shop, cure meat, pick and string tobacco, and cook cane syrup in huge, bubbling vats.