Farms across the United States celebrate Halloween and Fall weather in a big way. Many farms across the country offer unique pumpkin patches. Below are some of the more popular ones.


Don’t Miss These 9 Fun Pumpkin Patches in the US!


1. Shady Brook Farms, Yardley, Pennsylvania

Price: $10 on weekdays and $15 on weekends

Shady Brook Farms has a well-known pumpkin patch that mixes many activities for families including wagon rides, a playground, a corn maze, a haunted area, races, and live entertainment. Most families arrive at Shady Brook farms for the impressive pumpkin patch farm but definitely end up staying for the after dark haunted tour of the farm.


2. Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch, Middletown, Maryland

Price: Free admission

Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch is a 131 acre farm that was founded in 1970 by the Huffner family and opened to the public in 1994. Along with the pumpkin patch, Jumbo’s also has very fun farm activities like a corn maze, hayrides, pony rides, a petting zoo, face painting, mini wagon rides, and shopping of handmade items.


3. Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm, Crest Hill, Illinois

Price: $11.95 on weekdays and $14.95 on weekends

Voted the best pumpkin patch in the country, Siegel’s offers thousands of pumpkins for visitors to pick. The farm has a great deal of usual farm activities like hayrides and face painting but what truly stands out is the unique kid-friendly activities that the farm has. In addition, Siegel’s offers a sports zone for those that love sports.


4. The Great Pumpkin Farm, Clarence, New York

Price: Free on weekdays and $7.00 on weekends. In addition, there are prices for individual attractions including a Magic Show ($3), Boo Barn ($4), Corn maze ($5), and Face Painting ($2).

The Great Pumpkin Park has a great deal of pumpkins for visitors to choose from but it is the lively atmosphere which sets the pumpkin patch apart. The Great Pumpkin Patch hosts activities like costume competitions, pig racing, pie-eating contests, a corn maze, and a zombie mud run.


5. Duffield’s Farm, Sewell, New Jersey

Price: $10 + individual pricing for activities including hayrides ($10) and a corn maze ($3)

Duffield’s Farm is a family run farm for over 80 years which also features a bakery and market with fruits and vegetables. In the fall, visitors can pick from many pumpkins on the farm as well as partake in Halloween activities including hayrides and live entertainment.


6. Nash Ranch, Redding, California

Price: $15 per person

Nash Ranch’s 15 acre pumpkin patch features over 30 varieties of diverse pumpkins, squash, gourds and corn. The ranch also has a haunted house, petting zoo, straw maze, and train rides around the community.


7. Yahoo Farm, Jasper, Georgia

Price: Free admission but individual pricing for activities like a corn maze ($4), pony ride ($4), and hayride ($4)

Located about an hour away from Atlanta and in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Yahoo Farm is a fun destination for families hoping to go pumpkin picking and pumpkin hunting. The farm’s hayride goes through the farm’s extensive pumpkin fields and offers great views. At night, the farm also offers a haunted hayride.


8. Pumpkin Hollow, Piggott, Arkansas

Price: $10 and $15 kid’s daytime armbands

Pumpkin Hollow is an ideal destination for families who love to celebrate the fall and Halloween. Pumpkin Hollow offers a great variety of pumpkin patches as well as hayrides, pedal tractors, pony rides, and a barrel train. During the evening, the farm offers spooky attractions.


10. Roloff Farms, Helvetia, Oregon

Price: Free admission

The Roloff Farms is an expansive 108 acre farm that has been gaining more popularity throughout the years. In fact, over 30,000 visitors stop by the pumpkin patch per year. Not only do the farms feature a variety of pumpkins but also feature hayrides, barn animals, and live entertainment.



This article was written by Walter Godinez.