Pim's Corn Maize

464 Dovesville HWY

Darlington, SC 29540

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Phone: (803) 469-8115

City: Darlington

Region: Midlands

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Pim's Corn Maize

Seven acres of corn planted in a puzzling labyrinth of criss-crossing trails. Educational passport helps children find their way through. A working farm is available for school and group tours. A list of special events and coupons are available on the website.

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