Fall is a lovely time of year to get the family out and do some fun and exciting things together. Going to haunted houses, hitting the corn mazes, and enjoying a stroll on a hayride are just a few of the fall-appropriate ideas that come to mind.
Plus, you can do all this among the ambiance of the fall leaves’ changing colors that paint your views—it is positively amazing!
It’s all about making some memories, and you will remember any of these fun events, trust me. I have compiled a list of the absolute best haunted houses, corn mazes and hayrides in the Lake Hartwell area.
Check this out and start planning all the fall festivities.
Corn Mazes & Hayrides Near Lake Hartwell
Grab the kids and visit any of these fantastic corn mazes and farms. There is so much to see and do, and I’d recommend you try to go to at least a couple of these places. You will have the best time trying everything out!
This family-owned corn maze will make you leave with a smile on your face. You can feed the ducks, enjoy a football throw game, have a friendly competition of pumpkin bowling, or play on the hay trampoline.
Of course, the true star of the show is the impressive corn maze. There is so much to see and do, just minutes from Lake Hartwell.
There is so much to experience and see at this heavenly fall adventure. Enjoy the musical pumpkin light show after dark, or navigate the corn maze with a flashlight. It’s slightly spooky yet impossible not to have a blast! They have a jumping jumbo pillow, zip line, tricycle races, pig races, and SO much more.
It’s completely impossible to be bored when you’re visiting Washinton Farms! Choose from a wide plethora of activities such as duck racing, barnyard board games, hamster wheels, a pirate ship, inflatables, slides, pig races, and MORE! You really need to add this place to your agenda.
Not only does Little Cane Creek Farm have an incredible 5-acre corn maze, but they also offer hayrides, a sunflower patch, pumpkin patch, and a play area. Plus, they have concessions too. You will need a nice snack after all your playing all day!
Creepy Haunted Houses & Trails That Are Sure To Frighten You
These haunted houses and trails are close to Lake Hartwell, but they aren’t for the faint of heart. They are spooky, creepy, and perfect for people who love to feel the adrenaline rush of fear during the Halloween season. Check them out…if you dare. 🙂
The haunted hollow is sure to leave you breathless and spooked! If you make it out of the haunted, heavily wooded trail, you are going to want to tell your friends all about this place. It’s that scary!
231 Griggs Road
Six Mile, SC 29682
Fridays & Saturdays – 6:30 pm – 11:00 pm
This gives you an idea of how scary this place is: you have to be at least 18 years old and sign a waiver to enter. I recommend a change of pants too…just to be safe! It’s a fun time for adults that you won’t soon forget. If you are feeling especially brave, try the R-rated trail. Good luck!
250 Saco Lowell Rd
Easley, SC 29640
Fridays – Saturdays – 8:00 pm – until the crowd dies down (no pun intended)
Visiting this nightmare is just as terrifying as it sounds. Don’t go if you scare easily because it’s attendees report that this is a truly creepy attraction. If you love terrifying, then you will have a blast here.
645 Old Anderson Rd
Greenville, SC 29611
Fridays – Saturdays – beginning at 8 pm
This is the number 1 rated haunted house in Georgia. Hold on to your seats because you will be in for a wild and frightening ride during this visit!
2075 Marietta Highway
Canton, GA 30114
Fridays – Saturdays – 8:00 pm – varies until 11:00 pm or 12:00 pm
What is your favorite fall family activity?
I hope you are as excited as I am about all these places to visit. Whether you want to be frightened out of your mind or you want some down-home family fun, you are sure to find plenty of activity around Lake Hartwell this fall.