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Haunted Houses and Mazes in Greenville and Upstate South Carolina

Updated on October 22, 2018
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Upstate mother of 3 who loves Halloween. I always keep track of the fun things offered around the upstate.


The Great Upstate

The time of year is here again! Time for scary tours, spooky trails, fun festivals, lots of candy, and frightening houses. Luckily here in the upstate we have tons to offer. Ever county has several Halloween activities to choose from. So no matter where in the upstate you are, or what type of adventure you are looking for, there is something for you! Here is a list including phone numbers and websites.


Hawk and Tom from B93.7

Trails, Tours, and Haunted Houses in Upstate SC

  1. The Big Boo
    Stewart Farms Highway 92 Enoree, SC
  2. The Boneyard Trail of Terror
    Green Road
    Wellford, South Carolina
  3. Boo at Unitarian Universalist Church of Spartanburg
    251 East Henry St. Spartanburg, SC
  4. Boo in the Zoo
    Greenville Zoo
    150 Cleveland Park Dr., Greenville
  5. Darkness Pines
    1437 Highway 413
    Anderson, South Carolina

  6. Gallows Hall—The Curse of George Burroughs
    245 N. Main St. Greenville, SC
  7. Greenville Ghost Tours
    Downtown Greenville
  8. Greer Heritage Museum Ghost Walks
    Downtown Greer
  9. House of Thirteen
    207 Stanley Avenue
    Greenwood, SC
  10. Nightmare Hollow
    3411 Reidville rd
    Spartanburg, SC 29301
  11. Nightmare on Pendleton Street
    904 Pendleton St., Greenville
  12. Slaughter Hay Ride
    2159 Bramlett Church Road
    Gray Court, South Carolina
    Contact Phone: (864)237-8189
  13. Treedine’s Haunted Farm
    1506 Durham Road
    Piedmont, South Carolina
  14. Wompus Woods
    330 Parris Road Cowpens, SC
    (864) 578-6175

My favorites Haunted Houses and Festivals

If you have small children there are a couple I personally recommend. I have 3 children that I take every year to BOO in the Zoo. It really isn't that great from a parent's perspective but the kids love it once we get past the line. The line is usually very long so bring snacks, water, and maybe even something to play with during the wait.If you are a member of the zoo you can go on a separate day where the line seems to move a little faster than on regular days.

Boo at the UU is another great option, especially for those who really aren't church goers all the time and want to enjoy the fun without the constant talks and hand outs. The UU basically has a mini festival with games and costume contests. All from a super group of people who accept you no matter your beliefs.

If you are looking for good fun and thrills join B93.7 at Nightmare on Pendleton street! It's not the scariest but by far the funnest. Many of the nights they are open Hawk and Tom go which usually ends with hilarious results!

Did you visit Haunted Houses as a child?

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