Top 5 Pumpkin Patches in the U.S.
It's October, so it's time to plan your pumpkin patch outing!
Here are 5 of some of the best pumpkin patches in the United States:
The Great Pumpkin Farm - Clarence, NY
New York is not only home to one of the biggest Halloween parades in the world, but also one of the best pumpkin patches in the nation. Get ready for some family fun with the different carnival games and activities, like the Zombie Paintball Train, the 5 Acre Cornmaze and more! Then, step into the Pumpkin Palace and take in the lovely smell of freshly baked pumpkin pies. Enjoy a slice there or take it home! You can even book a private party at the Great Pumpkin Farm for birthdays, corporate events, family gatherings, and more.
Lucky Ladd Farms - Eagleville, TN
Why get a pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks when you can get a much tastier one at Lucky Ladd Farms!? Pair the warm cup of deliciousness with an apple cider donut and take a nice stroll through the corn maze (just try not to get lost!). Pumpkins are pre-harvested and available for purchase, along with lots of lovely fall decor. Plus, there are several areas for a cute photo-op, so don’t forget to snap a pic!
Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm - Lockport, IL
The Pumpkin Fest held at Siegel’s Cottonwood Farm is one of the largest. With 49 activities and attractions to enjoy, 13 food and beverage booths to indulge in, a 10-acre corn maze to explore, and 200 cute farm animals to play with - you won’t know where to start! But don’t get overwhelmed - just go with the flow and have fun!
Tom Thumb Pumpkin Patch - Dallas, TX
The Tom Thumb Pumpkin Patch is part of the Dallas Arboretum’s Autumn at the Arboretum Festival. It’s home to over 90,000 pumpkins of all shapes and sizes! The photo opportunities at the festival are seemingly endless not just with the pumpkins, but with the 15,000+ different fall plants. Each year, the festival has a different theme. This year’s theme is “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.”
Pumpkin Hollow - Piggott, AR
Pumpkin Hollow is probably the biggest and most famous pumpkin patch festival in the entire nation. There is endless fun for the entire family - hay rides, pond slides, zip lines, and more! Along with picking and purchasing a pumpkin, make sure to stop by the Pumpkin Hollow Store for some more cute, fall-themed souvenirs. And if you want to add a spooky twist to your pumpkin patch visit, there’s even the Horror in the Hollow attraction.