Looking for pumpkins for carving, photo shoots, or fall decor? You’ve come to the right place! Pumpkin season has begun in Spartanburg County, and we have located all the nearby pumpkin patches to meet your pumpkin dreams come true.
There is just something about kids and pumpkins and nailing an awesome photo of them together. Maybe it’s the pop of colors or the smiles or just that warm, fuzzy feeling of fall. There are lots of pumpkin patches in and around the Spartanburg area to pick out the perfect pumpkin for carving, for baking or just for picture-taking. But hurry up and go because pumpkin season doesn’t last long!
Great pumpkin patches close to Spartanburg
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.
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.
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!
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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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.
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)
(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.
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.
Local Spots with Pumpkins
Here are other local places that often set up pumpkins for children and families to look through and purchase. We’ll be updating this information with 2018 locations and specifics as it becomes available, so check back soon! If you know of a local organization hosting a pumpkin patch, let us know and we will add it to our list.
Holy Cross Episcopal Church
A month-long pumpkin patch is being hosted at the Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Simpsonville with proceeds benefiting several local ministries. The pumpkin patch will open October 6th, 2018.
109 West Trade St., Simpsonville
Where does your family like to go for your pumpkins?