Here’s a list of popular Myrtle Beach (and surrounding area) pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and hayrides, which will begin opening in late September. I’m sure I missed a few, but can always add them later. If you know of any I missed, please leave a comment below.
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Here’s the list. Keep in mind, there’s an additional fee for pumpkins.
Barefoot Landing Pumpkin Patch & Hayrides, North Myrtle Beach, SC (open every Friday & Saturday in October in Dockside Village). Admission is FREE. Pumpkins range from $3-$15 (cash only). A portion of the proceeds will be donated to help hurricane and flood relief efforts in the community. The pumpkin patch also includes a Jack-O-Lantern inflatable ($3 for an all-day wristband). Hayrides are $2.
Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch, Mt. Pleasant, SC (opens September 29). Admission is $10 (ages 3 and up) Monday through Thursday; $12 Friday and Saturday. Kids 2 and under get in FREE. Admission includes access to the pumpkin patch, a corn maze, a jump pillow, a giant slide tower, a petting zoo, a family-friendly “Monster” hayride, play areas, a rock climbing wall, a corn hole toss, and more.
Dargan Farms, Darlington, SC (open weekends, September 29-October 28). Admission is $10 (ages 3 and up). Kids 2 and under get in FREE. Admission includes access to the pumpkin patch, the corn maze, a hayride, a kids’ play area, a giant slide, farm animals, corn hole, and more.
Indigo Farms, Calabash, NC (open every Saturday in October). Admission is FREE. Activities vary by week, but may include pig races, a hay maze, hayrides and the barnyard. For more information, call 843-399-6902.
Thompson Farm & Nursery, Conway, SC (pumpkin patch & corn maze open weekends starting October 6). Admission is $15.50 for adults; $13.50 for kids (3-12). Kids 2 and under get in FREE. Admission includes access to the pumpkin patch, a 6-acre corn maze, a tricycle track, a giant jump pad, duck races, horse swings, two animal feedings, hay wagon rides, a giant corn box, a tire playground, a balance beam, giant slides, a picnic area, bull roping, mouse races, and more.
West Farm Corn Maze, Moncks Corner, SC (open Friday through Sunday beginning September 28). Admission is $10.50 for adults; $6.30 for kids (3-11). Kids 2 and under get in FREE. Admission includes the corn maze, a hay bale maze for kids, a hayride, a farm zoo, a kids’ play area, and use of the picnic area. For $5.25 (ages 3 and up), you can skip the corn mazes and still do the hayride, farm zoo, and play area, and use the picnic area. There’s also an Apple Slingshot ($2), a pumpkin barn, and concessions.