Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year and every year, I take my kids and drive around Charleston to look at the incredivble
This year, I asked around and compiled a list of the top homes or neighborhoods to witness spectacular Halloween decorations and here they are!
Looking for some more Halloween fun? Don’t forget to check out these great resources!
- A Guide to Pumpkin Patches in Charleston
- A Guide to Spooky Events in Charleston
- A Guide to Trick or Treating in Charleston
A Halloween Driving Tour
Ivy Hall: 3241 Morningdale Drive
3241 Morningdale Drive is THE home to see in North Mt. Pleasant. Owner, Kelly Frazier Miller, and mastermind behind the Halloween decorations said that she makes many of her props by hand. Miller starts building the props in April and usually spends eight hours a day for several weeks to set everything up. In total, it takes her hundreds of hours to complete her masterpiece.
“I have always loved Halloween and my son is a Halloween fanatic as well but I was decorating well before him. I also decorate for Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the Fourth of July. It has been a very busy year! Seeing the joy that I bring to all of the people who come to see it makes all the work worth it! That’s really what it is all about for me.” Miller said.
This is definitely one to see!
Whispering Marsh in Dunes West
The Whispering Marsh neighborhood in Dunes West is known for going all out at Halloween complete with a costume parade, chili and cornbread cook-off, and people ‘BOO-ing’ homes with secret bags of treats. Check out the home to the immediate left upon entering the neighborhood and also the home at the corner of Tall Grass Circle and Grass Marsh for incredible Halloween displays!
Daniel Island: 557 Park Crossing
Try to count the number of skeletons and props used at this home. I promise you’ll lose count! The owner of this elaborate display is known for extensive displays and allows visitors to walk through it on Halloween.
Park West: 3109 Kilby Lane
605 Pitt Street in Old Village
Owned by Jennifer Hankey, she has a full display every night through November 7. Go from 7:30-8:30 for a creepy “Skelly Show” every night.
Oak Terrace Preserve in Park Circle
This Park Circle neighborhood in North Charleston has an incredible community spirit with most people decorating their homes, dressing up, and going all out on Halloween!
Carolina Park: Bourne Crossing and Timmons Street
Carolina Bay in West Ashley is worth driving through! There is an actual pirate ship coming out of the front of someone’s house 🙂
Is Carolina Bay the name of the street or neighborhood? I love looking at decorations. Thank you for sharing your post on 10/24!
Holy City Haunters on Instagram and YouTube. Windsor Hill in North Charleston.
for sure Carolina Bay!
Carolina Bay! News 2 just did an article about spooky neighborhoods and Carolina Bay had a ton of houses!
House on w canning Dr in park west has a skeleton apocalypse set up with awesome lighting!
Daniel Legare Pl also in park west has a massive pirate ship built into the front of the house
Agree. W Canning Dr in Pleasant skeletons!!
My house in Dunes West
Whisker Pole Lane
Hi this is Jennifer Hankey at 605 Pitt! I just wanted to clarify the show is from 7 to 830 nightly. And it will stop this Sunday, October 30. We have no show tomorrow night on Friday night. So only Saturday and Sunday left! Happy Halloween! I hope everyone enjoys the singing skeletons!
20 monte sano dr is definitely worth a drive thru
1298 Pinopolis Road in Moncks Corner
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