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Denver Downs Farm

1515 Denver Road

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Denver Downs Farm is a South Carolina Century Farm owned and operated by the Garrison family of Anderson County SC since 1869. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Denver Downs was established as a cotton farm, transitioned to a dairy farm, and today is a working farm devoted to agri-tourism.

Located on Highway 76 one mile north of Interstate 85 between Anderson SC and Clemson SC, the 900-acre farm is a landmark on Clemson Highway that has welcomed thousands of school children and families over the years.  

At Denver Downs Farm, the partnership between agriculture and tourism fuels our passion to share our history and teach our non-farming neighbors about the rich heritage of farming and the importance agriculture plays in our everyday lives. 

We continue to build the legacy of Denver Downs Farm by offering the freshest locally grown produce at our Farm Market, and by presenting special events like the Annual Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch that allow visitors to experience first hand the happenings and activities of farm living.

Whether reliving the memories of your youth or experiencing farm life for the first time, we invite you to Denver Downs Farm for fun farm activities for the entire family.


Matthew Youmans

Thursday, June 28, 2018
Fun place to visit with all the attractions at the farm including a corn maze, live music, and things for kids. Also a civil war re-enactment takes place in late October/early November. Will be back again to enjoy everything.

Casey Robinson

Saturday, March 24, 2018
This place is great and has so many different fun activities for the kids and it's fun for the adults too! Plus they sell some homemade jams and stuff like that and it's just a great place to go and spend several hours and support local business!

Dannielle McNeill

Friday, April 20, 2018
Love to go there in the fall, they have an amazing corn maze, lots of family activities, hay rides, food, live music. There is a haunted part as well it is separate from the rest of the activities and is optional. You can go to the corn maze without having to go to the haunted activities or you can purchase tickets to do both.

Laura Roberts

Saturday, April 7, 2018
This is always a great place, everytime they host an event! Corn maze and pumpkin patch in the Fall. Egg hunt in the Spring. There is always more to do than is ever listed on any ad. Petting/feeding zoo, swings, slides, toddler play areas, sand boxes (sometimes also corn boxes!), Jumping "pillow", stages and concerts, fair type foods, picture ops, hay rides, zip lines, camp fires/marshmallow roasts, haunted house, toddler cow train ride, pig races, human races in giant tubes, hay loft, the list goes on and on! Something for every age, from tot to kid to teen to mom and dad, or childless couple; this is a great date day to night where everything is in one place. The only negatives: no permanent toilets, only portapotty. (There is a changing building for infants, however.) And the shop doesn't sell cowboy/sun hats or sunscreen. Where you're there all day long... I bet they could turn a profit on both of those things!

Trace Thomas

Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017
Drove four hours to visit and was not disappointed! My wife and I really enjoyed spending the day here. From the moment we got there we were greeted with extremely friendly staff and made to feel very welcomed. My wife and I spent most of the day on the many different activities, corn maze, animals and picking out pumpkins and then had a great meal. We were both very impressed with the amount of things to do here and we could really see the amount of time and effort it took to make this place so great. I would rate it six stars if I had the option!

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