Lots Of South Carolinians Wait All Year Long For The Fresh Apple Pies From Carolina Cider Company

South Carolinians, in general, are creatures of habit. Unless we’re seeking out a particular attraction, store, restaurant, or event, we’re likely to travel the same roads every single day. And for many who don’t live near US-17 South near Beaufort or Yemassee, we don’t get to pass by the famous roadside stand – Carolina Cider Company – except when making special trips that take us past this Lowcountry gem.

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Carolina Cider Company is open seven days a week (thank goodness!) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and has two roadside locations between Gardens Corner and where Highway 17 South intersects Interstate 95. You can follow the Facebook page here.

Address: 81 Charleston Highway, Yemassee, SC, 29945
Address: 1398 Kings Highway, Pocotaligo, SC, 29945

It’s a must to stop here on any road trip past this gem. When was the last time you made a roadside stop at Carolina Cider Company?

For more must-visit spots in South Carolina, keep reading: 17 Hidden Places In South Carolina On The Locals Know About!