Pumpkin Patches in the Midlands

It's hard to believe, but pumpkin season is upon us! Here is our list of the best pumpkin patches in the Midlands!

Lever Farms - 5057 S.C. Highway 34, Pomaria (803-321-5952)

A great patch with pick your own areas and already picked pumpkins, ready to purchase! A small fall festival invites you with a mini corn maze, a corn pit, farm animals, pumpkin bowling and tractor hay-rides.

Open every Saturday (10am-5pm) in October. Cash or check accepted. $5 for attractions. One ticket covers all!

Clinton Sease's Farm - 404 Olde Farm Road, Lexington (803-730-2863)

Another great farm for the family! This patch has a HUGE corn maze that changes each year, hay-bale mazes, hay-rides with a full farm view, and a great playground! You could spend a whole day on this farm. And if you come at night, they have a scary corn maze just for adults.

Corn maze theme for 2016: Let Freedom Ring!

Open Friday 6pm-11pm and Saturdays 10am-11pm. Also open Sundays 2pm-7pm. Tickets $12/person. Children under 2 are free.

Mount Hebron United Methodist Church - 3050 Leapheart Rd. West Columbia (803-794-8273)

Open daily from Monday, Oct. 3rd- Monday Oct. 31st 9am-7:30pm.

Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church -2501 Heyward Street, Columbia (803-771-4540)

Fall Festival Saturday October 29th 4pm-7pm

Pumpkin patch open daily during part of October. Call for more details.

Trenholm Road United Methodist Church - 3401 Trenholm Rd, Columbia (803-254-6695)

Fundraising Pumpkin Patch open Monday-Saturday 10am-7pm October 3rd-29th. Also open Sunday's from 12pm-5pm through the 30th.

Northeast United Methodist Church - 4000 Hard Scrabble Rd. Columbia (803-736-6386)

Patch open daily in October, 10am-8pm. They sell a variety of pumpkins, gourds, corn and squash! Proceeds fund youth programs for the church.

Not interested in visiting a pumpkin patch but in need of some beautiful pumpkins? We recommend checking out your local farmers markets! You'll find the best pumpkins for the best price!

Let us know if we're missing any great pumpkin patches in the area!

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