The 14 Best Pumpkin Patches in the USA
5. Pumpkin Hollow – Piggott, Arkansas
Pumpkin Hollow is an Arkansas farm best known for their annual Halloween haunted house called Horror in the Hollow. Not only do they have tons of freaky places to explore, like Misery Manor and Bubba’s Butcher Barn, you can also take part in some classic zombie paintball.
If you’re looking for more family-friendly fun, their pumpkin patch is open from mid-September until the end of October. They offer plenty of classic farm activities for kids, as well as unique opportunities to host your own events, like weddings and picnics, on the farm.
4. Punkin Days – Floydada, Texas
If you live in Texas, you’re probably already familiar with Floydada, an area of Texas that produces most of the state’s pumpkins. Every year, farmers from around the area gather downtown to celebrate Punkin Days with the creation of a massive pumpkin patch and fall fair right in the center of town.
It happens on the second Saturday of October every year and goes from morning until late at night. There are tons of activities, food vendors, and even a pumpkin-themed 5K run for charity.
3. Cool Patch Pumpkins – Dixon, California
Cool Patch Pumpkins, which is located in Dixon, California, is the home of the world’s largest corn maze, which has been certified by the Guinness Book of World Records. The corn maze is different every year, but they try to offer both an advanced and intermediate option.
If you want to try the maze, you’ll have to pay the $15 admission fee. If you just want to pick your own pumpkin and enjoy some of their delicious food, admission is free.