NWA Daily's Pumpkin Patch Guide
By NWA Daily | Published October 2
Fall is on it’s way along with all the best traditions that come with it! We’ve made a guide of farms in NWA where you can go for pumpkin patches, corn mazes, hay rides, carnival games, and all those fun things! Enjoy, and happy fall!
Photo courtesy of McGarrah Farms Rivercrest Orchard
The McGarrah Farms Rivercrest Orchard is the place to pick and play! Fall on the Farm is Sep 10-Oct 30, complete with a barnyard playground, face painting, bounce pillow, hayrides, food, train rides, apple picking, sunflowers, and more! It is open Thursdays-Sundays this fall.
Photo courtesy of McGarrah Farms
McGarrah Farms in Pea Ridge is a family farm and a great place to enjoy nature, spend quality time with your family, and have lots of fun! The farm in Pea Ridge provides a place to pick your own pumpkins from the vine with a $12 admission fee. The patch is closed on Tuesdays and open until October 31.
Photo courtesy of Cobblestone Farms
Cobblestone Farms has a mission to cultivate a community free from hunger through sustainable agriculture. The farm is 25 acres, and in the fall, they have pumpkins for picking!
Photo courtesy of Reagan Family Farm
The Reagan Family Farm has all the pumpkins you need during pumpkin season, from stacking pumpkins to jack-o-lanterns and pie pumpkins. If you’re looking for gourds, you’ll find those here too.
Photo courtesy of The Sequoyah UMC Youth Pumpkin Patch
The Sequoyah UMC Youth Pumpkin Patch is open the whole month of October with thousands of pumpkins to choose from. Pumpkins and gourds of all sizes are available to the public and are grown as a fundraiser for the Navajo Indian reservation in northwest New Mexico.
Photo courtesy of Farmland Adventures
Farmland Adventures is another place for outdoor family fun on the farm! There is a variety of attractions on the 9-acre farm, including a giant corn maze, a pumpkin patch, pony rides, farm animals, pig races, and a kids' play area. Groups can reserve fire pits, too!
Photo courtesy of Appel Farms
Appel Farms is veteran-owned and operated and grows a variety of produce as well as free-range chicken eggs. Sweet corn is a great end-of-summer/beginning-of-fall vegetable, and there always seems to be plenty of it! As for pumpkins, you can pick your own from the patch or choose from a pile already picked.
Photo courtesy of Vanzant Fruit Farms
Vanzant Fruit Farm decorates the whole place for Halloween to get everyone in the seasonal spirit of fall. The atmosphere is inviting, and the pumpkins are ready for picking by the end of September. Vanzant's is open Monday-Saturday 8-6p.
Photo courtesy of Blue Ribbon Farms
Starting Sept 30 through Oct 30, Ozark Fall Fest at Blue Ribbon Farms will have hayrides, pig races, bonfires, food & beverages, music, and more! There have been corn cannons and pumpkin chunkers in the past...
Photo courtesy of Ranalli Farms
Ranalli Farms has served the community for generations, and every year they have a plentiful pumpkin patch, and admission is free! While you’re there, you can check out their other produce and baked goods!
Photo courtesy of Pines Pumpkin Patch
In the Pines Pumpkin Patch has served the community since 1990 and have created an environment you want to experience. You can pick pumpkins in the midst of an enchanted forest and enjoy their seasonal gift shop with hand made crafts, locally made jams, and wooden game boards. They are open every day except Tuesday.
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