Cotton Hills Farm is one of the top ecotourism destinations in South Carolina. Located along two creeks that flow into the Broad River, Cotton Hills is a working family farm. The farm rests on a ridge whose altitude allows for cooler temperatures in which peaches thrive. The farm also contains the preservation of Blackjack Soils, the last remnants of the prairie that once covered South Carolina. Cotton Hills Farm has many agricultural based educational opportunities. The farm is in the ever-expanding Charlotte metro region and thus was in danger of development before Conservation Bank funds helped secure its future.
A map for the Cotton Hills Farm has been provided in Google Map format.