South Carolina Corn Mazes

Locate top South Carolina corn mazes near Greenville, Charleston and Columbia. Visitors this fall can get lost in a daytime corn maze, the daylights scared out of them in haunted mazes with bloodied actors and actresses wielding weapons, as well as more difficult options such as flashlight and moonlight mazes. You’ll find options with small mazes designed for kids and large, challenging ones to keep adults occupied for a long time. And don’t forget about the other fall activities that occur on these farms including pumpkin patches, hayrides, farm animals and children’s activities. It’s one of the best parts of September and October!

Be sure to check out their website for further information, hours and prices.  Most are open in September and October. Many have pumpkins, fresh food, live animals, hayrides, and games which may have different hours or additional costs. 

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Denver Downs Farm – Anderson, SC. 
Opening September 25, 2015
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.

Hardy Berry Farm – Anderson, SC – 11 Acres
The Play Patch is open Friday evenings, Saturday and Sunday from late-September to early November. Also have a pumpkin patch, hayrides, pedal cars, hill slide, jumping pillow, corn cannon, corn box, and more farm fun. They’ve gotten rid of the zip line in 2014 – but say they have replaced it with something that is much more fun.

Stewart Farms – Enoree, SC – 8 Acres
Opens September 26, 2015!
Open mid-September through early November on Friday, Saturday and Sundays. Two night only family friendly spooky maze on half of the maze in the evenings. Tractor drawn wagon rides, honey bee observatory and farm animal barnyard. Maize is $7 for ages 6 and up. Wagon rides are $3 per person.

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.

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.  They are located at 1120 South Brick Church Rd, Gable, SC 29051.  Check with their facebook page as they did not open last year.  They are 57 miles east of Columbia.


Pim Farms – Darlington, SC – 12 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Opens September 26, 2015.
Maze is open Saturday and Sunday from Sept 27, 2014 to Nov 2nd. Pim Farms has been hosting visitors at their corn maze for more than ten years. They expanded from the original 6 acres to cut a second maze in the last few years. Fairy Tale Trail is open from Sept 27th to Nov 7th. Past themes have featured Beehive (2014), Coker College and a scarecrow (2012) and Pee Dee Indians and the South Carolina state flag (2011). Other activities include wagon rides, the cow train, mini golf, disc golf. October 11th, 2014 is Girl Scout Day from 10 AM to 2 PM.


West Farm – Monocks Corner, SC – 6 Acres, Multiple Mazes
2014 Theme: West Farm 10th Anniversary
Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in 2014 from Sept 26th to October 26th. 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. Dog Days are October 24-26. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for kids ages 3 to 11. Entry is $4 per person if you don’t want to do the maze. Past themes have included Wild Wild West (2013) and Scarecrow and Pumpkins (2012).

Boone Hall Farms – Mount Pleasant, SC – 8 Acres
2014 Theme: Chick-fil-A
Pumpkin patch, petting zoo, pony rides, jumping pillow, hay mountain, corn hole toss and playground. Pumpkin patch open daily in October. At night, there are four haunted attractions including haunted hayrides at Fright Nights in October. Fright Nights opens on Sept 26, 2014 with the Running Scared 5K Zombie Apocalypse event on Sept 21. The 2013 maze raised awareness for breast cancer featuring the Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure 20th Anniversary.


Cotton Hills Farm – Chester, SC – 4 Acres
A family owned cotton farm in Upstate South Carolina since 1882. They offer a one day farm fair with corn maze, wagon rides, barnyard animals, live bluegrass music and pumpkin carving.

The Farmer’s Shed – Lexington, SC – 8 Acres
2014 Theme: Down on the Farm
Open Friday through Sunday + Columbus Day from Sept 19, 2014 to Nov 16, 2014. Flashlight nights on Friday and Saturday nights so bring your flashlights. Entry is $10 per person. The maze has clues to help you find your way through it. Past themes have featured A Deep Sea Adventure (2013), Race for the White House (2012), and Knights and Dragons (2011). Other activities include hayrides, kid’s corn maze, pumpkin patch, tricycle raceway, duck races, giant slide and pumpkin bowling.

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Thompson Farm & Nursery – Conway, SC – 8 Acres
2015 Theme: Munnerlyn Fireworks
Maze, hayrides, farm animals and playground. Past themes have included Bucksville Hall (2014), Ripley’s Aquarium (2013), Chick-fil-A (2012) and Certified SC Grown (2011). A fourth generation 200 acre farm started by their family in 1845.

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