Boonecroft is a historic homestead located at Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. It includes the remains of the 1720 log cabin built by Quaker settler George Boone, III. The remains consists of a chimney and fireplace and commemorated by a stone marker erected in 1925. The log cabin burned in 1924. The adjacent stone farmhouse was built in 1733, and is a 2 1/2-story Colonial English style structure. It is built of fieldstone with sandstone quoins, and has a slate covered gable roof. It has a one-story, stone addition. Also on the property are the contributing guesthouse / spring house, smokehouse, and barn. The property is considered the ancestral home of the Boone Family in America, that includes frontiersman Daniel Boone, grandson of George Boone, III. Daniel Boone was born at the nearby Daniel Boone Homestead.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.