It’s come to that time of year once again where the ghosts and ghouls are out and about, with jack o’ lanterns and candy galore! No doubt the kids are excited to carve their very own pumpkin, with their parents’ help of course! Today we wanted to highlight the 4 best pumpkin patches to take your family for some Halloween fun.
Harvest Glow started out as just a Christmas event but now has grown bigger to accommodate other holidays as well! New this year is the Harvest Glow Pumpkin Patch. Harvest Glow’s website boasts that they are stocking up on 50,000 pumpkins for their 5-week festival. Harvest Glow contains more than just a pumpkin patch, however. They also have pumpkin carving stations if the kids want to start right away, as well as a Halloween themed train! The kids can embrace the season with a pirate ship playground, bouncy cow farm, mini putt courses, and even a corn maze! For parents, there are many food (and drink) trucks, as well as a harvest market with 20+ local vendors. If you want to buy your tickets or check out all that Harvest Glow has to offer, click here!
Krause Berry Farms
Krause Berry Farms has been around since 1974! When it’s not Halloween, it’s a farm that allows people to pick their own berries like strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. It also hosts a farmer’s market where there’s a host of different foods, like freshly baked pies! For parents, there’s an estate winery where you can try local wines. On weekends, the farm has family events, including a tractor ride, jumping pads, and farm fresh snacks! Krause Berry Farms is a great place to experience quality food, beautiful views, and a fun experience for the whole family. If you want to find out where they are located and what other events they host, click here!
Aldor Acres Family Farm
Aldor Acres has been open for 30 years now. With all those years, they bring quality pumpkins and many different activities. With over 15 pumpkin varieties over a span of 20 acres, you and your kids can get the perfect pumpkins! Along with the pumpkins, Aldor Acres has an exhibit on the history of farm machinery, as well as a petting zoo, and a ‘Farmacy’ with fresh food and preserves. If you want to learn more about Aldor Acres, visit their website!
Eagle Acres has a pumpkin patch with hayrides to easily get from patch to patch. Primarily a dairy farm, Eagle Acres has barn tours, as well as a behind the scenes, look on how milk is made. This farm boasts many different farm animals to see and visit, making for a fun and educational time for kids! Visit their website to find out when they’re open!
We hope this fall season brings you lots of memories and fun to be had! If you visit any of these pumpkin patches, take some pictures and post them in the comments below! If we missed your favourite pumpkin patch, let us know so we can tell others about it. We hope your Halloween is filled with fun, and stay tuned for more holiday events, recipes, and news!