Area farms have planted pumpkins, carved out corn mazes and scared up some hauntingly fun happenings for Halloween.
Fees are charged for individual events. Contact each farm for more details.
Here's where to go in the Greenville area for some down-on-the-farm fun this week.
Briley's Farm Market
5290 Old Pactolus Road
Pumpkins and mums for sale, paint your own pumpkin, extensive corn maze, hayrides, pony rides, pumpkin slingshot, mine for gemstones, farm animals, face painting
Hours: 4-7 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday and noon-6 p.m. Sunday.
862 Laurie Ellis Road
Brock's is hosting scheduled field trips, church groups and other groups for the corn maze, animal visits, hayride and pumpkin picking by appointment only at this time. Message
the farm to schedule a group.
Carolina Country Fresh Market
280 House Rd on Highway 11
Pumpkins and sunflowers for sale, hayrides, kiddie corn maze, homemade pumpkin spice ice cream.
The farm closes for the season Nov. 1.
Hope Farms and Learning Center
872 Briley Road
Pumpkins and ornamental gourds, farm animals
Second annual Trunk or Treat event will be held from 5-7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28. The event is free. Barbecue plates and hot dogs will be available for purchase. Tickets for the animal train ride are $1.
Raised in a Barn Farm
2100 NC 33 East
252-945-6153 or 252-495-3398
Pumpkins and sunflowers for sale, Corn maze with investigation game, haunted hayride and trail (ages 10 and over), live music on Saturday.
A Scaryoke competition on Oct. 31 includes costume and singing competitions with prizes.
Other area farms selling pumpkins and fall produce:
320 Harding Lane
Strawberries on 903
4084 S. NC 903
Photo of Briley's Farm 2017 corn maze from the farm's Facebook page.