These are the best pumpkin patches in the Lowcountry

Fall Fun Guide

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – It’s officially October and the pumpkins are waiting for you!

Charleston is filled with many pumpkin patches for everyone to enjoy throughout the city.

Here is a list of a few pumpkin patches throughout the Lowcountry to enjoy beginning this weekend.


  • Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch
    • The Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch at Boone Hall Plantation is open to the community for their 25th year. The patch offers fall favorites including a hayride, petting zoo, corn maze to explore, pumpkin patch, and delicious festival treats.
  • Hibben UMC
    • Hibben United Methodist Church will host their annual pumpkin patch beginning Oct. 1st.


  • John Wesley Pumpkin Patch
    • The patch is a fundraiser for the John Wesley United Methodist Church Youth Ministry. The patch will open beginning October 3rd for the public to enjoy
  • Dreaming Farms
    • Dreaming Farms pumpkin patch will open for the community to enjoy entertainment and pick their favorite pumpkins.


  • The Pumpkin Patch at Mistletoe Lane
    • Open 7 days a week, the pumpkin patch is available for those wanting to pick their favorite pumpkins, take pictures and enjoy the fall season.
  • Pumpkin Junction
    • The patch opening October 30, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. for families to enjoy pumpkins, hayrides, games, food trucks, talent shows, costume contests, live music, and farm fresh foods to enjoy with the family.


  • West Farm Corn Maze
    • Opened for the whole month of October, the corn maze will allow families to enjoy the corn maze, pumpkin barn, a children’s play area, animal viewing, hay rides, snacks, and apple slingshot.
FALL FUN GUIDE: A list of fall events happening across the Lowcountry (click here)

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