You have landed on my South Carolina corn maze directory page. I’ve located 11 corn mazes in South Carolina. Since corn is one of the top five agricultural products in South Carolina, it was inevitable that some of the 27,000 farms would turn some of their 5 million acres of farmland into a corn maze for you to enjoy.
Here is the list of South Carolina corn mazes. Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.
Denver Downs Farm – Sandy Springs, SC – 12 Acres
Denver Downs Farm will be open from Sept 27, 2013 to Nov 3, 2013. The Garrison family has been running their corn maze and pumpkin patch for more than ten years, and they’ve been farming in Anderson County since 1869. Other activities include hayrides, the cow train, farm football, and a zip line.
Pim Farms – Darlington, SC – 12 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Themes: Coker College and a scarecrow
2011 Theme: Pee Dee Indians and the South Carolina state flag
Pim Farms has been hosting visitors at their corn maze for more than ten years. They expanded from the original 6 acre corn maze to cut a second maze in the last few years. Other activities include wagon rides, the cow train, mini golf, disc golf
West Farm – Monocks Corner, SC – 6 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Scarecrow and Pumpkins
West Farms has a large maze for adults and a smaller maze for kids. Other activities include the pumpkin barn, scarecrow alley, hay bale maze, apple slingshot, hay rides and farm zoo.
Hardy Berry Farm
Boone Hall Farms
Mount Pleasant, SC
Cotton Hills Farm
The Farmer’s Shed
2013 Theme: ?
2012 Theme: Race for the White House
2011 Theme: Knights and Dragons
Thompson Farm & Nursery
2011 Theme: Certified SC Grown
Please check with the corn maze to ensure that they are open before going. We make efforts to ensure that our list of corn mazes is accurate but circumstances occasionally foil our efforts. Poor growing conditions can lead a corn maze to not open it for the season. Inclement weather such as extreme cold, snow or rain may force a corn maze to close on particular nights. Other corn mazes may only be open limited days of the week or hours in the day. By checking their website or calling, you can ensure that you aren’t disappointed on arrival.
Other helpful tips: Some farms don’t take credit cards, so plan to bring cash unless you know that they take plastic. Most corn mazes prohibit dogs, so leave man’s best friend at home for the evening. Check with the corn maze you plan to attend to learn more about their specific rules and regulations.
If I have missed any farms that have a corn maze, please add the information for the farm via the contribution form below. Or, if you have visited one of these corn mazes, use the contribution form to review the maze for future visitors to consider.