Upcoming Fall Events in Summerville & Charleston, SC

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Fun Family Events in Charleston and Summerville! Here are a few of my top picks for the upcoming Fall months. Hope to see you at some of them.

Fall Festival

Location: Boone Hall Plantation Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
Date: October 1-31

Time: Mon-Sat – 9-6pm, Sunday- 12-6pm
Contact#:843-577-4030
Price: http://boonehallplantation.com/fall_festival.php

Boone Hall puts on a wonderful fall festival for the Lowcountry.  Attractions include the Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch, Rope Maze, Billy Goat Walk with Goats & Bunnies to feed, Duck races, Tube Slides, Jack’s Party Patch tent, Hay Rides and more!

West Farm Corn Maze

Location: West Farm Moncks Corner, South Carolina
Date: October 2- November 1

Time: Mon-Sat – 9-6pm, Sunday- 12-6pm
Contact#:843-408-2284
Price: http://westfarmcornmaze.com/west_farm_corn_maze.htm

West Farm Corn Maze is a great time for the whole family.  Enjoy a challenging corn maze, petting zoo, hayride and more!

Harvest Moon Hayride and Ghost Walk

Location: Town Square

Date: October 25

Time: 6-9pm

Contact#:843-821-7260
Hayrides, glow in the dark face painting, cupcake walk, apple jumping, and pumpkin decorating!

Legare Farms

Location: Johns Island, SC

Dates: October 1-30,2009, Friday 3-10pm, Sat 10-10pm, Sun 1-6pm

Phone: 843-559-0788

Admission: www.CharlestonCornMaze.com

Legare Farms hosts a wonderful annual “A Maze in Maize” and a Pumpkin Patch.  Lots of family activities including the  pumpkin picking, a scenic hayride, balloon launch, making a scarecrow, and much more activities! Bring your camera, strollers and kiddie wagons and have fun! Free Parking. UPDATE: The CORN MAZE was destroyed by worms this year and is not available.

Halloween in the Park – Parent-Tot Picnic

Location: Park West Recreation Complex, Mt. Pleasant

Dates: Wednesday October 7 “Halloween in the Park”
Rain Date: October 14

Phone: 843-884-2528

Admission: Free

For those of you near Mt. Pleasant, this a fun event for Mom’s with toddlers.  You bring your picnic baskets and blankets and head to the park.  A jump castle and unique craft will be at the picnic. Children will enjoy a jump castle and a unique craft project at each picnic. You bring your picnic lunch and blankets and we’ll supply the cups, drinks, and fun. All picnics 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. For ages 6 & under.

Salsa Under the Stars

Location: Folly Beach Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier

Dates: October 9,2009, 7-11pm

Phone: 843-795-4386

Admission: Free

Come out and dance on the pier!

Coastal Carolina Fair

Location: Ladson Fairgrounds, Ladson, SC

Dates: October 29,2009-November 7,2009

Phone: 843-572-3161

Admission: http://www.coastalcarolinafair.org/

“The vision of the Coastal Carolina Fair is to be the cleanest, safest, most enjoyable fair anywhere’ and its objective is to promote Agriculture, Industry, Commerce and the Educational and Recreational facilities of the counties of Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester and Colleton and surrounding areas. The Coastal Carolina Fair is owned and operated by the Exchange Club of Charleston, S.C., one of the oldest and largest service clubs in South Carolina and presently the largest Exchange Club in the nation with over 265 members who volunteer more than 10,000 hours each year to bring you the Fair.”

Teddy Bear Picnic

Location: Hampton Park Downtown

Dates: October 11,2009, 1-4pm

Phone: 843-724-5003

Admission: Free http://www.charlestonparksconservancy.org/calendar/events/30

Children are invited to dress up their teddy bears and bring them to the Teddy Bear Picnic.  Enjoy face painting, storytelling, seed planting and crafts.

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7 thoughts on “Upcoming Fall Events in Summerville & Charleston, SC

  1. went to Legare farms last weekend with my family. coupons and free parking are very misleading. also theres no corn maze! No one lets you know that on the website, on the phone, or while bying tickets. After buying tickets you follow the signs to the “corn maze”, when you are at the entrance you find out thier corn had a worm problem and you have bought tickets to a small makeshift hedge maze! I believe they found a patch of wild hedge and vegitation, about a half acre, and drove a bushhog through it. I e-maild them about this and got no response at all. You may want to remove this embarassing, disapointing attraction off your site.

  2. Ladson fair grounds. Just a reminder that using the term “man hours” is outdated. Labor or team hours in inclusive to all genders,.

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