Best Rustic & Barn wedding venues in South Carolina

Our Curated List of the Top 10 South Carolina Rustic & Barn Wedding Venues
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    The Oaks Wedding Venue
    Anderson, South Carolina
    Situated on over 200+ acres, just 30 miles from downtown Greenville, The Oaks Wedding Venue is a beautiful garden estate. Evoking the Old World grandeur of a romantic, rugged, and elegant European country estate, the stone and wrought iron gates will welcome guests as they drive through planted beds of seasonal flowers.
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    Tin Roof Farms
    Saluda, South Carolina
    Find rustic chic at its best when you host your big day at Tin Roof Farms! Located near Saluda, South Carolina, Tin Roof Farms warmly welcomes you to explore endless possibilities when it comes to planning your wedding, starting with a multitude of dynamic spaces. Imagine saying your "I do's" under a charming wooden gazebo with a sprawling scenery of fields and trees all around you.
  • 3
    The Red Horse Inn
    Landrum, South Carolina
    Nestled by the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains is The Red Horse Inn, a whimsical weekend getaway destination for the rustic chic elopement wedding of your dreams. Charming ponds and courtyards provide picture-perfect backdrops for your wedding portraits, and leafy arbors with wisteria and grape vines set a romantic background for your vow exchanges.
  • 4
    Oxford Farm
    Anderson, South Carolina
    Oxford Farm is available for your special wedding event. Located in the Five Forks area of Anderson County South Carolina, Oxford Farm is 180 acres of rolling pastures and wooded trails. Your guests will love this convenient location, situated between Anderson, Greenville and Clemson South Carolina.
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    The Cabin at Old Spur
    Timmonsville, South Carolina
    Surrounded by beautiful secluded woodlands, The Cabin at Old Spur is an affordable outdoor wedding and event venue situated in a beautiful secluded country setting. We have gorgeous picturesque views of the forest and large pond. The Cabin at Old Spur provides a respite from the hustle of towns and cities, and is an ideal location for a quiet rustic outdoor wedding.
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    Chattooga Belle Farm
    Long Creek, South Carolina
    The event barn at Chattooga Belle Farm is the located in South Carolina, an easy and convenient location to get to from northeast Georgia or western North Carolina. The event barn is the perfect place for your wedding celebration. After a gorgeous ceremony surrounded by the lush beauty of the property, enjoy the barn for a beautiful reception.
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    The Stables at Boals Farm
    Charleston, South Carolina
    This undiscovered piece of paradise is the perfect place to host your next event. The rustic, natural ambiance lends itself to wedding events of all types. This undisturbed yet manicured venue lends the perfect lowcountry backdrop for warm hospitality, great company and exceptional memories that weddings are made of.
  • 8
    Anne Springs Close Greenway
    Fort Mill, South Carolina
    Whether you’re planning an intimate or grand wedding, consider Anne Springs Close Greenway for a rustic chic backdrop for your special day! A natural preserve located minutes south of Charlotte in Fort Mill, South Carolina, this beautiful location is surrounded by boundless natural green beauty, offering a unique and romantic location setting as you exchange your “I do’s.
  • 9
    Southern Manors
    Belton, South Carolina
    Southern elegance and rustic charm combine at Southern Manors to offer a spectacular venue for all your wedding day festivities. Nestled in the scenic countryside of Belton, South Carolina, this gorgeous estate features a 1920s farmhouse, a sprawling lawn, a formal garden, and two rustic barns. The historic farmhouse boasts a bridal suite and groom’s den;
  • 10
    Red Boot Ranch
    Clover, South Carolina
    Red Boot Ranch is the ideal place to host an eternity of rich and everlasting memories with your loved ones. Originally known as Getty's Farm in the 1930s, this operating farm produced much of the nations cash crops such as cotton and corn, and also trained Saddle Breed Horses that were the farm's prized possessions.