Corn Mazes & Pumpkin Patches in and around Myrtle Beach

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If you have kids, no doubt you’re looking for fall fun on the weekends! We’ve rounded up the best pumpkin patches in and around Myrtle Beach for you to enjoy with your family!

Pumpkin Patch Attire

Bring on the gingham. Wear cute but comfortable clothes to a pumpkin patch. You’ll definitely want to wear shoes or boots – no sandals! You’ll be running to keep up with your kids, so make sure what you’re wearing has some stretch and is comfy.

Thompson Farm and Nursery at Brickyard Plantation

Thompson Farm and Nursery at Brickyard Plantation

Conway – General admission includes our 6 acre play area, 6.5 acre corn maze, petting zoo, animal feedings, and hay wagon ride. We also have camel and pony rides for additional fees. Our pumpkin patch features the freshest and amazing variety of pumpkins so make sure to get some along with hay bales, corn stalks, and jams and jellies in our retail store to take a piece of our farm home with you! And of course, every weekend we feature a different theme! Fall isn’t Fall without a visit to Thompson Farm!

For more info, visit Thompson Farm


Southern Palmetto Farms

Aynor – Southern Palmetto Farms is a family owned business that  offers activities for all ages including over 5.5 acre corn maze, a cotton maze, farm animal alley, tractor wagon rides, farm tours, pumpkin patch and field trips.  We want to be more than a business. We want to be an outdoor experience that you, your family, class and organization can all enjoy and make memories to last a lifetime!

For more info, visit Southern Palmetto Farms


West Farm Corn Maze

Monck’s Corner – Corn maze, pumpkin barn, children’s area, animal viewing, apple slingshot & more!

For more info, visit West Farm Corn Maze


The Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch

Mount Pleasant – Such a fun pumpkin patch for kids!! The play area is huge and includes live performances like magic shows, a big bounce area, jungle gym, slides, pumpkins for purchase (obviously!), hay rides, and petting zoo. If you’re looking for a spot to wear out your kids, head to the Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch – plenty to do, hours of fun.

For more info, visit Boone Hall


Hope you have fun getting lost in a corn maze, y’all! Did we miss any pumpkin patches in and around Myrtle Beach? Send us an email or comment below to add to our list!

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