Top 9 Pumpkin Patches To Visit This Fall in Florida

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What we lack in colorful fall foliage we shine in our array of festive pumpkin patches, where you can pick out your favorite pumpkin and proudly display your artistic carving on your front porch. Offering a combination of fun-filled fall activities like tractor hayrides, pony rides and corn mazes, the local farms in Florida have gone above and beyond to ensure you can get into the fall spirit. Read on to discover some of the best pumpkin patches in Florida.

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Bedner's Farm Fresh Market, Boynton Beach

Bedner's Farm Fresh Market, Boynton Beach

Located in Palm Beach County, Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market in Boynton Beach is one of South Florida’s most beloved staples. An 80-acre farm, you can find fresh, local produce here throughout the year, but during fall you’ll also be able to enjoy a pumpkin patch and festive fall activities like hayrides, a corn maze, an animal park and a bounce house. Make sure not to skip the delicious food, from apple cider doughnuts to fire-roasted corn and barbecue.

Dates: September 24th – October 31st, 2022
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Sweet Season Farm, Milton
Sweet Season Farms LLC

Sweet Season Farm, Milton

You’ll be happy to enjoy the corn maze and hayrides at Sweet Season Farm in Milton, but you’ll be surprised to also find a corn cannon, pumpkin bowling and a cow train. Located northwest from Pensacola, its eight-acre corn maze will challenge you with its twists and turns, while pumpkin wagons are set up for you to meander through the pumpkin patch. Have a blast at the Corn Popper jumping pillow, Country Carousel, Mini Barnyard Ball or interact with the cuddly barnyard animals.

Dates: October 1st – November 6th, 2022
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The Pickin' Patch, Dunnellon
The Pickin' Patch, Dunnellon

The Pickin' Patch, Dunnellon

Growing the pumpkins right there on the farm, The Pickin’ Patch in Dunnellon is as authentic as they come. You can cut a pumpkin right off the vine, an experience you will rarely find in the Sunshine State. In their twelfth season of operation, it is a wonderful place to take the entire family to enjoy an afternoon of hayrides, children’s hay forts and exploring the corn maze. In addition to the U-Pick pumpkin patch, you’ll also be treated to a U-Pick flowers area where you can bring home a beautiful bouquet of sunflowers.

Dates: TBA
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Hunsader Farms, Bradenton
Hunsader Farms

Hunsader Farms, Bradenton

Located between Tampa and Sarasota, Hunsader Farms in Bradenton has a produce market and U-Pick options. Every year, it showcases its exciting Pumpkin Festival where you’ll find an extensive list of activities to keep the entire family entertained. Featuring 20 different events in addition to its pumpkin patch, you’ll find pumpkin games, a petting zoo, train rides, live music and a craft show. The fun doesn’t stop there, as you can also dig into the fresh pumpkin pie or spend an afternoon zip lining or getting artsy at the craft show or participating in a frog jumping championship.

Dates: October 15th-16th, 22nd-23rd, 29th-30th, 2022
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Holland Farms, Milton
Holland Farms

Holland Farms, Milton

Located in Milton in Santa Rosa County, Holland Farms in Florida’s Panhandle is a small, family-operated peanut farm. After the purchase of a wristband, you’ll be able to enjoy the farm’s array of exciting farm activities. In addition to a pumpkin patch with various pumpkin shapes and sizes, it also features a long list of activities that will keep the kids entertained for hours, from hayrides, a sandbox, horse tire swings, pedal tractor cart racing, slides and a corn maze. Just don’t leave without enjoying the complimentary cup of boiled peanuts. The fall festivities usually start in mid-to-late September.

Dates: TBA
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Hydro Harvest Farms, Ruskin
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Hydro Harvest Farms, Ruskin

Hydro Harvest Farms in Ruskin features one of the biggest pumpkin patches in the area and its free! Located south of Tampa, it is a perfect place to take the kids for an array of fantastic photo opportunities. A year-round hydroponic farm with lettuces, peppers, beans, eggplants, strawberries and more, you’ll also find massive speciality pumpkins in addition to U-Pick fruits and veggies and fall decorations like hay bales and corn stalks.

Dates: TBA
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Cowart Ranch and Farms, Bunnell
Cowart Ranch and Farms

Cowart Ranch and Farms, Bunnell

Featuring an abundance of fun on the farm activities, Cowart Ranch and Farms in Bunnell just west of Flagler Beach is an excellent choice for a day of enjoying the outdoors. In addition to its two-acre pumpkin and sunflower patch, there are tractor-driven hayrides, farm animals, large burlap sack farm slides and even a hand-pumped water drive duck race game. Adults can get in on the fun with the corn hole boards, old-fashioned horseshoes and evening bonfires.

Dates: TBA
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Fruitville Grove, Sarasota
Fruitville Grove Farm Market

Fruitville Grove, Sarasota

A family-run farmer’s market in Sarasota, Fruitville Grove offers locally grown produce throughout the year. It’s the annual Pumpkin Festival that will get you in the fall spirit though, with its pumpkin patch, pony rides, pumpkin painting, petting farm, and fall-related food like apple cider. There are decorated photo spots to take with the family, while those looking to burn off some energy can head to the rock climbing wall and bounce house.

Dates: October 1st & 2nd, 8th & 9th, 15th & 16th, 22nd & 23rd, and 29th & 30th, 2022
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Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival, Miami
Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival

Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival, Miami

Located in Regatta Park in Coconut Grove, the Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival in Miami celebrates the fall season with its array of exciting activities, from carnival rides to live entertainment. You’re spoiled for choice with over 2,500 pumpkins to choose from, while a pumpkin decorating station, corn stalk maze and scarecrow dress-up village will keep the kids busy for hours. The kids can fuel up at the pumpkin food court, while adults can cool off in the Pumpkin Beer Garden.

*Festival has been canceled for 2022.

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