Included are the Museum where Time Lines tell the story of the Koinonia struggle plus the Sumter County Civil Right history. Farm tours include Clarence Jordan's writing shack where the Cotton Patch Gospel was first conceived, the Picnic Hill burial site, Koinonia Village where the beginning concept of Habitat For Humanity International was given birth, Forest ParkVillage, 100 acres of pecan trees, etc.
Lodging is available by reservation. We have 10 RV full hookups. Jake's Joy Wagon often transports groups around the Farm.