With the quickly approaching changing leaves and crisp air, it’s time to embrace everything that autumn has to offer. There are so many Ontario pumpkin patches that you can visit this season and we’ve narrowed it down to the top six.
Scattered across the province, many of these spots offer more than just orange gourds. There are also corn mazes, bakeries, wineries and more that you can enjoy on your journey.
So grab your friend or significant other and get ready to pick the perfect pumpkin!
Located in the Niagara Region, this farm has a pumpkin festival every autumn. Not only are there rows of pumpkins to choose from, but you can also enjoy a corn maze, train rides, duck races, and more.
There is also a Beer and Wine Garden, where you can enjoy some drinks and food, like their signature poutines and pumpkin donuts.
Downey’s Farm Market
Named one of the best pumpkin patches in Ontario, this Caledon farm has rows on rows of orange gourds.
You can also get lost in their corn maze, try their rope course, hop on a wagon ride and meet their farm yard friends (like chickens, goats, sheep, alpacas, cows and more.)
Farrell’s Pick Your Own
This October you can pick your own pumpkin and enjoy a hot cup of apple cider.
Located in Ripley, this farm is a must-visit. They even have “Flashlight Friday” where you can bring your own flashlight after dark and wander through the spooky corn maze.
Puddicombe Estate Farm
This family-run estate has been operating for over 220 years and is the perfect fall adventure.
Not only can you pick a pumpkin, but the Hamilton spot is also a winery and cidery. With a tasting bar, you can sample flights while taking in the view of the estate.
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With over 25 activities to do at this farm, it’s sure to keep you entertained all day long.
You can take a tractor ride to the pumpkin patch and participate in games like pumpkin bowling, pie-eating contests, sack races and more.
Located in Greater Napanee, the farm is known for its apple cider and candy apples.
Wynn Farms also has a Haunted HalloWYNN and a moonlight corn maze that are sure to help bring out the spookiness of the season.