Pumpkin Patches in Alabama
Find pumpkin picking near Decatur, Birmingham, Montgomery and Mobile on our list of Alabama pumpkin patches. Many also feature hayrides, corn mazes, haunts, and kids activities in September and October.
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The Belue Place – Lexington, AL. A pumpkin patch, hayride, petting zoo and more farm fun on the site of an early 1800s farm. Circle the property with the hayride to the patch. Paint your pumpkin after you pick it, if you wish. Pre-picked pumpkins also available. Kids can do a cannonball in Hubert’s Hayloft, go synchronized swimming in Corbette’s corncrib, pet the animals in Zander’s Zoo, climb Ted’s Tire Mountain or play in the sand. Open on weekends in October. Located 30 minutes northeast of Florence. The address is 700 CR 513, Lexington, Alabama 35648. It is about 29 miles east of Florence.
Mcgee Farm – Florence, AL. Pick your own pumpkin off the vine from their Florence pumpkin patch. Take a tractor drawn wagon ride to the patch, visit with the farm animals and enjoy delicious home baked goods from McGee’s kitchen. Admission is free. Wagon ride is $3 per person. Small pumpkins are 3 for $1. Large pumpkins are $.30 a pound. Fall mums and other fall decorations also available. They are located at 8221 County Rd. 7, Florence, AL 35633. It is about 12 miles north of Florence.
Tate Farms – Meridianville, AL. This North Alabama pumpkin farm located northeast of Huntsville is run by Homer Tate and his family. A variety of crops are grown on the 5,000 acres of land. The pumpkin patch has grown to 60 acres of pumpkins and gourds since its start in 1996. You can pick your pumpkin right off the vine if you wish! There’s also a playground, petting animals, jumping pillow, hay maze and more. $10 general admission. Additional charge for pumpkins, face painting and gourd gun. Open weekdays from 2-6 PM and Saturday from 9 AM to 6 PM from late September through Halloween. Their location is at 8414a Moores Mill Rd., Meridianville, AL. It is about 12 miles north of Huntsville.
Gullion Farms – Somerville, AL. A working farm southeast of Decatur with pumpkin patch, hay maze and petting zoo. Enjoy a horse drawn wagon ride, cow milking, hay slide, hay jump, and pony rides. Owned by Steve and Tammy Gullion. It is open to the public on Saturdays in October from 10 AM until 4 PM. Admission is $10 per person and children under school age are free. Their address is 701 Peck Hollow Road, Somerville, Al 35670. It is about 30 miles south of Huntsville.
Magnolia Corn Maze – Summerdale, AL. A corn maze for the past five years with a pumpkin patch, hayride, pig races, play area, hay jump, cow train, corn cannons, Hop-along Rodeo, duck races, and petting zoo. Field of Terror and Zombie Paintball open near Halloween. General Admission tickets available for between $10 and $20 per person, plus tax. It is located near Fairhope across Mobile Bay from Mobile. The address is 15275 County Road 49, Summerdale, AL 36580. It is about 33 miles southeast of Mobile.