Pumpkin Patches in South Carolina
Find pumpkin picking near Charleston, Columbia, Greenville and Myrtle Beach on our list of South Carolina pumpkin patches. Many have corn mazes, family entertainment, zip lines, fresh vegetables and farm activities. Usually the fun starts early September and extends just past Halloween.
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Denver Downs Farm – Anderson, SC. Enjoy the pumpkin patch and 15 acre corn maze this fall of Angie Garrison, her husband Tom, and their family. They hold events like the Pumpkin Festival, Halloween Costume Contest and Pumpkin Princess Pageant. There’s also games and activities like the zip line, cow train, hayrides, bale mazes and more. The farm is located at 4915 Clemson Boulevard, Anderson SC 29621 (be wary of incorrect maps – it is located 1.2 miles north of I-85 off Exit 19B (Clemson). They are 28 miles southwest of Greenville, SC.
Dempsey Farms – St. Helena Island, SC. A u-pick family farm eleven miles east of Beaufort. Pumpkins are available from early October to November 1st. They pretty much have all types of vegetables available for harvest from strawberries in April to pumpkins in October. The address is 1576 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena Island, SC. They are about 40 miles from Hilton Head.
Legare Farms – Johns Island, SC. The ninth generation of Legares continue their legacy offarming on the island. Go pumpkin picking in their patch, take a hayride, make a scarecrow or go for a horse ride. Also enjoy the barnyard animals, playground and hedge maze. The address is 2620 Hanscombe Point Road, Johns Island, SC 29455. They are 13 miles from Charleston, SC.
Autumn Farm and Vineyard – Gaffney, SC. A three acre corn maze that turns haunted after dark, as well as the patch of pumpkins. At night they are called Field of Scream as the only haunted corn maze in Cherokee County. During the day they have bounce houses, corn maze, carnival games, and pumpkins for sale. They are open Saturday and Sunday in October. The address is 2980 Pacolet Hwy, Gaffney, SC 29340. It is 16 miles east of Spartanburg.
McLeod Farms – McBee, SC. Family owned and operated since 1916, it’s one of the largest peach growers in the Southeast US. They also have u-pick pumpkins and a corn maze. They hold a fall festival annually in October as well. The farm opens to the public with strawberries in April. They are located at 29247 S. C. Hwy. 151, McBee, SC 29101. They are 67 miles northeast of Columbia.
Triple R Farms – Florence, SC. Triple R Landscape Supply has a farm with corn maze and pumpkin patch in the fall. It’s not indicated on their website, but I’ve read the news articles about them in 2012. You can learn more about what’s happening their this fall on their Facebook page.
Location: 3914 Hoffmeyer Rd., Florence, SC 29501
Mill Grove Farms – Georgetown, SC
The website says nothing about whether there are pumpkins at the moment I’m checking (July), but their Facebook page indicates they have had a pumpkin patch in past years.
Location: 1711 North Fraser Street, Georgetown, SC
Willard Farms – Gable, SC
They have a corn maze and patch of pumpkins in October. While you are there, be sure to try the Willard Original Burger.
Location: 1120 South Brick Church Rd, Gable, SC 29051
Bush-N-Vine Farm – York, SC
Pick your own pumpkins from their pumpkin patch after a hayride (Saturdays). A peach farm owned by the Hall family for over 150 years, they’ve been growing fresh fruits and vegetables for the public on their 150 acre farm since Bob Hall started in 1979 with an open air market.
Location: 1650 Filbert Hwy York, SC 29745
Cotton Hills Farm – Lowrys, SC
They’ve been farming since 1882. They supply pumpkins to some surrounding farms but I believe they also allow pick your own pumpkins from their patch, according to their 2011 announcements page.
Location: 2309 Wilson Road, Chester, SC 29706