The date? First Friday of fall. The vibes? 🍁🕯️🎃☕. The pumpkins? Ready to be picked up and turned into jack-o'-lanterns.
In other words: The Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch is back starting today, and we’re here to squash your questions + give the lowdown on what to expect when grabbing your gorgeous gourds.
🎃 The details
- What | Recognized as one of the largest fall festivals in the state, this is a lot more than just a pumpkin patch; it’s also a corn maze, petting zoo, and all-around autumnal fest.
- Where | Boone Hall pumpkin patch entrance, 2434 N. Hwy. 17, Mt. Pleasant.
- When | Fridays-Sundays in October, starting this weekend.
- Price | $15 (If your little pumpkin is under 3 years old, entrance is free with an accompanying adult).
🎃 What does admission get me?
Though your $15 pumpkin patch ticket won’t get you admittance to the whole farm and plantation, it will give you access to:
- A pumpkin patch (of course), with pumpkins for sale by the pound
- A family-friendly Halloween tractor tour
- A petting zoo
- An eight-acre corn maze
- Lew-E’s Comedy Circus performances
- Two of the largest jump pillows in South Carolina
- A giant inflatable slide + obstacle course
- A live, interactive honeybee exhibit
- Farm football
- Live performances on the stage
- Pig and rubber duck races
While at the festival, you can also purchase food from a variety of vendors, pony rides, and face painting for additional fees.
You can buy tickets to the patch online.