The Anderson family invites you to visit a real-working dairy farm! Come enjoy homegrown produce, hayrides, a playground with picnic shelter and more! Fall of 2018 they will have a corn maze as well.
Pick your own apples at Coston Farm or grab some pre-picked apples and pumpkins in their Apple House, with bakery and gift shop. Like other orchards, they also offer delicious baked goods and apples already picked for sale.
(Note from website: Map Quest and other searches have INCORRECT farm location! Make sure to take Exit 19B (Clemson exit). Denver Downs Farm is 1.2 miles north of I-85.) ) This 900 acre farm located just north of I-85 between Anderson and Clemson boasts one of the largest corn mazes in the southeast. In addition to the maze they offer a wide assortment of activities including play areas, farm animals and a u-pick pumpkin patch.
This 115-acre strawberry farm and also grows summer squash, pumpkins, cantaloupe, and cucumbers. Fall activities include hayrides, a corn maze, café, and ice cream parlor. The corn maze is open from September 22 through October 28.
Primarily known for their incredible peaches, Fisher’s Orchard also grows apples that are available for picking in the fall (call for exact dates). The Fall Festival at Fisher’s Orchard runs October 1- 31. The farm is open Saturdays to the public, and weekdays for school groups. Enjoy a wagon ride, the maze and the animals for only $5. This farm is perfect for small children.
With over 20 different varieties of apples, you are bound to find a favorite at Grandad’s Apples N’ Such. They also have a bakery on-site that sells pies, donuts, caramel apples and cider. Activities for kids include a pumpkin patch, barnyard animals that children can feed and a corn maze. Grandad’s Apples N’ Such offers pick-your-own apples, a bakery, and photo ops.
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Building on the tradition of the Nivens Apple Farm, Johnson Farms is located in Inman, SC and will feature many of the same activities previously enjoyed at Nivens. The farm opened on September 2, 2017. Opening weekend for 2018 is September 1st. Other activities include gem mining, a pumpkin patch, pedal cards, hayrides, night mazes and more!
Fall festivities at May-Lan Tree Plantation include a pumpkin patch and hayride. Open to the public every Saturday & Sunday in October. This is also a Christmas tree farm.
Guests have been picking their own apples at the 70 acre working farm at Stepps Hillcrest Orchard for over 45 years. The farm is open daily, with extra farm activities offered on weekends. The U-pick pumpkin patch opens in October for even more family fun!
Experience includes wagon rides, farm store, farm animals, honey bee observatory, the 2016 Culver’s corn maze, and a pumpkin patch. Fall season runs September 22nd – October 28th.
Big Boo: Family Friendly spooking of side 2 of the corn maze. Dates are Fridays (Oct. 12, 19, 26) and Saturdays (Oct. 13, 20, 27)
Located in West Union, Little Cane Creek Farms features a 4-acre corn maze, hayrides, children’s play area, pumpkin patch, and more. Each year the corn maze has a different theme.
This attraction makes haunted houses family friendly. During the day this attraction offers a pumpkin patch, hay bales, cow train, jumping pillow and more! They also offer day time hours for their haunted hotel. Worried the kids will be scared? Purchase a no scare medallion, which gives the bearer the super powers to scare off the monsters. Medallions can also be purchased for the evening attractions.
Don’t let the family-friendly fun fool you, Madworld claims to the scariest haunted house in the state.
Tickets cost $25 for children 10 and under, $30 for children with the no scare medallion, $30 for adults, and $35 for adults with a no-scare medallion. Check the website for discounts offered on Thursdays and Sundays, as well as fast passes and package options.
Kids Activities- cow train, jumping pillow
Family Friendly haunted house experience
Scary Haunted House Experience