Fall and Halloween Events in Greenville, SC

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Here are the trick-or-treating and fall events for kids that I know about in and around Greenville, SC:

pumpkin patches, festivals, and apple orchards upstate south carolina

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Trick-or-Treating in Greenville, SC

Enchanted Tracks

  • When: Oct 2526th: 6-9pm. and 27th from 5-9pm
  • Where: Pavilion Recreation Complex: 400 Scottswood Road, Taylors, SC 29687
  • Who: Families with children 10 and under.
  • Cost: $5 in advance, $6 at the event  (Children only)

Boo in the Zoo

trick-or-treating in Greenville SC

Kidgits Halloween Party

  • When: Oct 27th: 11am-1pm
  • Where: Haywood Mall
  • Who: Families 
  • Cost: $5 mall membership fee

According to the Haywood Mall Facebook page, there will be no trick-or-treating at the mall on Halloween this year.

Trick-or-Treat at Publix

  •  Most local Publix stores host a trick-or-treating event on Halloween where your child can wear a costume and walk through the store collecting candy and treats from the different departments of the grocery store. This event is great for small children since it is free, the amount of candy is manageable, and the event isn’t scary. Check your local Publix to see if they are participating and what times trick-or-treating is available.

Autumn Harvest

  • When: Oct 27th: 8-12 pm
  • Where: TD Saturday Market on Main Street
  • Who: Families
  • Cost: FREE

I’ve never been to the Autumn Harvest, but it looks like a lot of fun. There is a costume contest at 8 am. Your kids can treat or treat at the vendor booths and carry free “ghost balloons” (white helium balloons with faces on them). And, get this, the members of the 501st Troop will be mingling with their authentic Star Wars costumes. (You didn’t know that we had 501st Troop in town?)


Halloween and Fall Festivals in Greenville, SC

Green Halloween

  • When: Oct 27th: 3-7pm (Rain or Shine)
  • Where: Roper Mountain Science Center
  • Who: Families 
  • Cost: $5 members, $7 non-members, adults are FREE

Halloween Hoopla

  • When: Oct 27th: 4-8pm
  • Where: Greer City Park
  • Who: Families 
  • Cost: FREE to enter (rides and food available at a reasonable cost)

 Bouncing Babies Boo Bash

  • When: Oct 25th, 30th, 31st
  • Where: Taylors, Simpsonville, and Main branches (see Greenville Library website for the times and details for each branch.)
  • Who: babies up to 18 months
  • Cost: FREE

 Greenville Fall Festival 

  • When: Saturday, November 3rd: 10am-3pm
  • Where: Greenville Classical Academy, 2519 Woodruff Road
  • Who: Families 
  • Cost: Free admission, $5 children’s ticket for unlimited trips on bounce houses and other amusements, tickets for additional fun activities such as pony rides range from $1-5 dollars. The festival also has food and craft vendors.
  • I went to this festival last year, and I highly recommend it. The cost is very reasonable.

Kid’s Costume Contest and Spooky Snack Party

  • When: Saturday, October 27, 12-3 pm
  • Where: Whole Food
  • Cost: Free but you need to register



Local pumpkin patches and apple orchards

Fischer’s Orchard (Greer, SC) – Family day on Saturday includes a wagon ride, petting zoo, and hayride and is only $3.50 per person.  I have been to Fischer’s, and I highly recommend it for families with small children. They also have picnic tables, so it is an easy place to bring a lunch.

Mini Miracles Pumpkin Patch (Taylors, SC) – hayrides, barn animals, mazes, bounce house, and pumpkins. Susan has been to this pumpkin patch and recommends it. 

Nivens Apple Farm (Moore, SC) – pick-your-own apple orchard, pumpkin patch, hayrides, corn maze, farm animals, gem mine, pedal car, and farm store.

Strawberry Hill, USA (West Chesnee, SC) – pumpkin patch, hayrides, and corn maze 

Stewart Farms (Laurens, SC) – corn maze, and a Big Boo event on Saturday evenings in October

Denver Downs Farm (Anderson, SC) – pumpkin patch, hayrides, corn maze, zip-line, and more

Sky Top Orchard (Flat Rock, NC) – pick-your-own apple orchard, hayrides, play ground and concessions

Grandad’s Apples (Edneyville, NC towards Chimney Rock) – corn maze, barn animals, and cow train

Justus Orchard (Hendersonville, NC) – pick-your-own apples and pumpkins. It looks like they have animals and a play ground too. We actually used to live very close to Justus Orchard!

If you know of any Halloween or fall events for kids in the Greenville area that I missed, leave a comment! I will be adding to this list over the next couple of days.


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  1. says

    We have been to Nivens Apple Farm in Moore, SC and love it. They have hayrides, small petting zoo, etc. We have also been to Stewart Farms in Enoree. They have a huge corn maze, pumpkin patch, wagon rides, etc. I have a friend who really likes Justus Orchard in Hendersonville, NC.

    • says

      Thanks Erin. I will add all of these! We actually used to live almost right beside Justus Orchard, but we never visited it (it was before kids). That whole area of Hendersonville is very nice.

  2. Katie says

    I am trying to decide the best place to take my 2 year old for Halloween this year. We don’t really want to go door to door so we are looking for a non-scary event. From those whom have been before are there usually scary costumes at Enchanted Tracks? I am looking for more of a fun, toddler friendly event.

    • says

      I have not been to Enchanted Tracks, but all the photos I saw looked very non-scary. The costumed adults are dressed like storybook characters and the event is designed for small kids. I think that it would be a great choice with the train rides, etc. Boo in the Zoo is non-scary as well, and I’ve taken a toddler before and had a great time.

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