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May-Lan Farms

 
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Pumpkin Patches, Hay Rides (Kid Friendly)
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Welcome to May-Lan Tree Plantation’s web site. You will find all kinds of information regarding everything from what is going on during pumpkin season to finding that family tree at Christmas. And best of all you’ll have fun doing it!

Fall is that time of year when nature goes out of the way to showcase its glory and we start to slow down from the hectic pace of summer. Enjoy the beauty of fall at a pace that you control by making reservations to visit May-Lan Tree Plantation during October. May-Lan has fun and educational activities designed for groups of children second grade and below. If you can’t make it on a weekday, May-Lan is open on Saturdays and Sundays to the general public with no minimums and no reservations required. Activities on Saturdays are the same as on weekdays but there is a special event usually taking place as well.

Your visit starts with a hayride through the farm. Along the way you will not only see our trees in various stages of growth but you will see the Broomhead and Pumpkinhead staff going about their normal farm duties—we hope. Sometimes they can get into a little mischief. Feel free to holler at them if they are not working or just to say “Hi”. Also watch for the “Tree People” emerging from certain trees.

At the conclusion of your ride your tractor driver will help you off the hay wagon, give instructions and they are gone! You then follow your kids through the maze, hoping not to get too lost, until you reach the “Bat Cave”. Be sure to take advantage of the educational information posted at the entrance to this 100 foot long cave!

Continue on the path until you reach “Bugsy the Caterpillar”, where our attendant will provide information as to what to do and how to go about it. If adults are asked to help, please jump right in. Your job will be simply to help insure the safety of your kids and to help keep things moving.

At “Alligator Alley”, the kids can use one or more of the provided bridges to cross the swamp WITHOUT getting off into the quicksand or waking the sleeping gators. You may use any number of bridges to make as many crossings as you wish!

Pumpkin Patch:
Our “Pumpkin Patch” is ruled by the “Pumpkin Lady”, who takes very good care of her group of several hundred pie (or sugar) pumpkins. Listen carefully as she teaches you about pumpkins and tells you how to care for them! Everyone who has gone on the hayride gets to choose their own pumpkin to carry home

Barnyard:
The Barnyard Buddies are a treat for all! Information will be posted for all the animals, as well as games. Here folks will learn that eggs, to not originate at Bi-Lo.

Bat Cave
Mulch Mountain
The Tunnel

So bring the camera, the kids, and a kid’s heart and make special memories at May-Lan Tree Plantation! Email Haunt Owner
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From Greenville: Take Hwy. 291 South, this will turn into Hwy.25 South. Follow Hwy 25 S. approximately 12 miles to the stop light at Ware Place. This is the intersection of Highways 418 and 8. Landmarks to look for are a Shell station on the left and a place selling concrete yard art on the right. Go straight through the light and then take the first right after the light (which is only 100 yards or so).This is Highway 247 toward Belton. May-Lan is .3 mile on your right. From Greer: Take I-85 to Exit 46-B. Then follow directions from Greenville. From Simpsonville/Fountain Inn: Take Hwy. 418 toward Pelzer until it intersects with Hwy. 25. (Landmark-Shell station on right) At this traffic light turn left and get in right lane immediately and take the first right (this is not but about 100 yds) onto Hwy. 247 toward Belton. May-Lan is .3 miles on right. From Anderson: Follow I-85 to the Pelzer/Hwy. 8 exit. Go right onto Hwy. 8, going through Pelzer, until you reach Hwy. 25. (Landmark is concrete yard art for sale on left.) At traffic light go right onto Hwy 25. In about 100 yards take the first right onto Hwy. 247 toward Belton. May-Lan is .3 miles on the right. From Pickens/Easley: Get on Hwy. 8, then do as coming from Anderson. From Greenwood: Take Hwy.25 north. until you reach Ware Place. Take the first left after passing Beech Springs Pentecostal Tabernacle (on left) onto Hwy 247 toward Belton. May-Lan is .3 miles on your right.

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