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Experience All Things Fall in Greenville, SC

Experience All Things Fall in Greenville, SC

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SCFall’s cooler temperatures usher in a season filled with festivals, football, dining alfresco and other ways to relax and unwind in Greenville, SC.

If you live in an apartment in Greenville, SC there are plenty of ways to enjoy this season. From apple picking and pumpkin patches to hockey games and haunted houses, here are ways to create new memories with your family this fall.

1. Wind Your Way Through Some of the Southeast's Largest Corn Mazes

USA TODAY readers ranked the maze at Denver Downs as No. 2 in the nation and since then, things have only gotten better. This year, the 10-acre corn maze honors John Deere’s 100th anniversary. Enjoy activities such as live music, bonfires, pig races, fireworks and special weekend events.

Other notable area mazes include Stewart Farms, which has spooky and not-so-spooky options. The folks at Strawberry Hill U.S.A. encourage you to leave your technology in the car and breathe in some fresh, country air.

2. Pop into the Farmer's Market

Stock up on fruits, veggies and other fun treats at the local farmers’ market, held every Saturday morning now through October 27th on Main Street in downtown Greenville (TD Saturday Market). Don’t miss the Autumn Harvest on Oct. 27th!

3. Pull a Charlie Brown and Look for the Great Pumpkin

Grab a gourd (or a bunch of pumpkins) at a local pumpkin patch. You can stop in at one of the corn maze locations or go to Fisher’s Orchard, Beechwood Farms or May-Lan Farms. At May-Lan Farms, kids can paint pumpkins, take a hayride and visit barnyard animals. Fishers Orchard and Beechwood Farms have lots of pumpkins ripe for the pickin' as well as other fall produce.

4. Hang out with Stomper

Watch the Greenville Swamp Rabbits thump some pucks and kick some tail (on the ice) during their opening game.This ECHL ice hockey team opens its season against Toledo on October 12th at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.

5. A is for Autumn...and Apples

Now’s the time to pick them—or at least try apple turnovers! Enjoy one and wash it down with a cider slush from Grandad’s Apples and Such, an 80-acre farm in Hendersonville, NC, that features a country store and bakery. Make the drive to Sky Top Orchard in Flat Rock, NC, to discover why the Travel Channel called it one of the "Top 5 Apple Picking Farms in the U.S." At Justus Orchard, you can pick your own apples and then warm up with some hot apple cider.

6. Dress Up the Kiddos in Their Halloween Costumes

For an unforgettable evening at the Greenville Zoo's Boo in the Zoo (Oct. 19-21 and Oct. 26-28), you can expect trick-or-treating, friendly but spooky decorations, and a walk through an un-haunted house. Another fun option for the 10-and-younger crew is the Enchanted Forest (Oct. 25-27). Complete with storybook characters, a magical maze and costume contest, this is where fairy tales and trick-or-treating meet.

7. Scream Your Head Off!

Nightmare Dungeon was named the No. 2 haunted house in South Carolina (TheScareFactor.com). Rivaling it for the top spot is Madworld, which claims to be the scariest haunted house in South Carolina, and certainly has the online reviews to back that up. Looking for a truly spooky experience? Add Treedine's Haunted Farm to your itinerary. For those with a paranormal bent, head out on a Greenville Ghost Tour in downtown Greenville, led by paranormal researcher and psychic reader Jason Profit.

8. Take a Hike to See the Beautiful Fall Leaves and Waterfalls

Lace up those hiking boots and experience the colorful fall leaves and gorgeous waterfalls at three state parks near Greenville. At Caesars Head in Cleveland, SC, make the 4-mile round-trip hike to a scenic overlook of the 420-foot Raven Cliff Falls. In nearby Marietta, Jones Gap features more than 60 miles of hiking trails. Close to downtown Greenville, Paris Mountain has outdoor fun for the whole family with hiking trails, swimming areas, campsites and picnic shelters.

9. Dine Alfresco

Whether it’s rooftop views or sidewalk seating, downtown Greenville has plenty of options for outdoor eats to enjoy the perfect fall weather.

10. Feel the Autumn Wind in Your Hair

Stretching 22 miles, the multi-use GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail winds by dozens of restaurants, coffee shops and breweries. Hop off the greenway for a bite to eat at Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery or grab a brew at Birds Fly South Ale Project. There are plenty of local bike rental shops if you don’t bring your.

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Greenville, SC in the News

Greenville, SC in the News

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, October 02, 2018

Good news about Greenville spreads fast. And word about Greenville is spreading so fast that we have to work hard to keep up. This is where we do our best to post all the “best,” “most,” “top” and “coolest” lists we make, the comments the media makes and our latest accolades. The good news just keeps coming!

Accolades for Greenville, SC

Abberly Market Point, Greenville, SC

The Top Food Festivals & Foodie Events for Fall (Euphoria & Fall For Greenville)
StyleBlueprint

Top 10 America's Greenest Cities (Greenville is #5)
Hertz.com

Trend-Setting Markets that Show the Power Of Retail Mix
Forbes

The Best Place in SC for a Bachelorette Party
Orbitz

20 Cool Cities You Should Check Out Before Everyone Else Does (Greenville, SC #3)
Matador Network

2018 Reader's Choice Awards - Favorite Destinations for Community Engagement
Sports Destination Management

2018 Reader's Choice Awards - Favorite Mid-Market Destinations
Sports Destination Management

#3 Top New Foodie Cities in America
People

Cheap Summer Travel: 23 Places to Go in 2018
Forbes

South's Best Cities 2018 (Greenville, SC #5)
Southern Living

South's Prettiest Cities 2018 (Greenville, SC #6)
Southern Living

South's Friendliest Cities 2018 (Greenville, SC #5)
Southern Living

#29 Best Place to Live in the USA
US News & World Report

Top 100 Best Places to Live 2018
Livability.com

#5 Best South Carolina Attraction - Falls Park on the Reedy
USA Today 10Best Readers' Choice Awards

#2 Best South Carolina Attraction - Greenville County Museum of Art
USA Today 10Best Readers' Choice Awards

Best Small Cities in the U.S. 2018
National Geographic Traveler

Top 10 Traveler's Choice Destinations on the Rise 2018
TripAdvisor

50 Best Places (In The World) to Travel in 2018
Travel + Leisure

Top 20 America's Favorite Cities for Food
Travel + Leisure

#3 Top Small City in the U.S.
Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards

#21 Best Summer Vacation Spot 2017
WalletHub

Top 10 Cities for Millennials to Live in
Growella.com

Top 24 Coolest Towns in the USA
Matador Network

Top 16 South's Best Girlfriend Getaways
Southern Living

Best Urban Parks in America (Falls Park on the Reedy)
Cheapism

5 Top Places in the US to Retire
The Today Show

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