10 Great Pumpkin Patches Across the Country

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Fall calls for all things pumpkin and, to celebrate, we rounded up the best pumpkin patches across America. These beloved pumpkin patches are the perfect excuse for a fun-filled family day, so what are you waiting for?

  1. Papa’s Pumpkin Patch – Bismarck, North Dakota:

Your kids will have a ball at Papa’s Pumpkin Patch. The pony rides and hay bale maze make this beloved pumpkin patch the perfect place for your next family outing.

  1. Craven Farm – Snohomish, Washington:

This pumpkin patch will leave you ‘craven’ more. Make sure you check out the pumpkin slinger, hayride and face painting station.

  1. Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch – Middleton, Maryland:

Spend the day at Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch and pick your own pumpkin from their 30-acre patch. Jumbo’s also offers a petting zoo, face painting and a corn maze.

  1. Roloff Farms – Helvetia, Oregon:

This famous farm, which was featured on TLC’s “Little People, Big World,” offers wagon tours, pony rides and an adventure area, making it a must this fall.

  1. Walter’s Pumpkin Patch – Burns, Kansas:

Walter’s Pumpkin Patch’s motto is “it’s more than pumpkins, it’s pure fun,” and they really mean it. Graveyard golf and an obstacle course are just a few of the fun-filled things this pumpkin patch has to offer.

  1. The Great Pumpkin Farm – Clarence, New York:

This New York gem is much more than your average pumpkin patch. Here, you can enjoy a petting zoo, pumpkin slingshots, a 5-acre corn maze and so much more.

  1. Uncle Bill’s Farm – Grinnell, Iowa:

This Midwest hotspot has everything from 1o-acres of pumpkins and a farm playground to jumping pillows and live entertainment.

  1. Yahoo Farm – Jasper, Georgia:

Indulge in all things pumpkin at Yahoo Farm. Make sure to try the delicious pumpkin cupcakes after exploring the corn maze.

  1. Cox Farms – Centreville, Virginia:

Come one, come all to Cox Farms’ Fall Festival. While everything at this beloved festival is great, some of the highlights are the world-famous hayride, slides and kiddie zone.

  1. Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm  – Lockport, Illinois:

With everything from zip lines to a ‘spookley corn maze,’ this pumpkin patch truly has it all. Located an hour from Chicago, Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm is worth the trip.

For more fall fun, check out our roundup on the best fall festivals