South Carolina Halloween Attractions
There is no shortage of Halloween attractions here in South Carolina. From the haunted houses that run year-round in Myrtle Beach to the enormous spectacles that are re-constructed annually this time of year, South Carolina is a haven for Halloween lovers.
Here are just a few of our favorite South Carolina Halloween attractions for you to consider this year.
Ghosts and Legends
Myrtle Beach – The various live action shows put on at Barefoot Landing will teach you all about local legends and real life tales. Check out their website here.
Ford Mill – Every year, the Carowinds amusement park turns into the terrifying SCarowinds for a select number of days. Check out their website here.
Boo at the Zoo
Columbia – Ever been to a spooky safari? Now is your chance at Riverbanks Zoo & Garden’s Boo at the Zoo. Check out their website here.
Dark Knight’s Terror Trail
Elgin – Lastly, this location is incredibly nearby and offers three separate haunts that are sure to scare. Check out their website here.
Wherever you go this year, be sure to stay safe, and have a spooky good time! For more info on local attractions and how to get there, visit us at Dick Dyer Toyota.
Put on your monster masks and witches wear because the month of Halloween is here! From the ghastly costumes to the light-hearted pumpkin carving to the bone-chilling haunted houses, October is one exciting month.
We at Dick Dyer Toyota want to provide you with a list of the most dastardly events and activities going on in Columbia, South Carolina this month. Here are our top picks:
- Hall of Horrors: Now through Oct. 28 – at the West Columbia Jaycees
- Haunted house benefits the SC Jaycee Camp Hope
- Oktoberfest Columbia: Oct. 12-14 – at Incarnation Lutheran Church
- German beer, food, music, and dancers
- South Carolina State Fair: Oct. 10-21 – at the South Carolina State Fairgrounds
- Rides, concerts, games, stage shows, and food
- BOO at the Zoo: Oct.19-30 – at Riverbanks Zoo & Garden
- Children can wear their Halloween costumes for the events and the trick or treat trail
- Gilbert’s #1 House Of Terror: Oct. 12-31 – at 739 Harley Taylor Road
- Includes 13 rooms and 30 actors; donate 5 canned goods to receive $2 off admission
- Scarecrows in the Garden: Now through Oct. 31 – at the Hampton-Preston Mansion & Gardens
- Take a look at locally hand-crafted scarecrows
- Dracula: Ballet with a Bite: Oct. 25-27 – at the Kroger Center for the Arts
- Performed by the Columbia City Ballet
- Clinton Sease Corn Maze: Now through Nov. 18 – at the Clinton Sease Farm
- 8 acre corn maze; also has a tire maze, rubber duck races, and a 40 foot slide
Get your spook on this October in Columbia, South Carolina! There is plenty to do in this frighteningly hot city!