Find pumpkin patches near Hartford, New Haven, Waterbury or Danbury on our list of Connecticut pumpkin patches. Enjoy a day on the farm with your friends and family, take a hayride out to the pumpkin patch, and pick out the perfect pumpkin to carve up. Indulge in the rest of the fall fun offered by your local farmer and end the day with a photograph to remember it forever.
Support your local farm this October and pick your own pumpkins at one of these pumpkin patches. Here are the pumpkin patches in Connecticut:
Foster Family Farm – South Windsor, CT
The Foster family has been farming this land since 1790. In addition to pumpkins, they have two corn mazes across eight acres, farm animals, play yard, hayrides and concessions.
Location: 90 Foster Street, South Windsor, CT 06074
Pell Farms – Somers, CT
A family owned and operated farm since 1930s that has a corn maze, hay maze, tractor hayrides, petting zoo, pony rides, face painting and snacks. In addition to pumpkins.
Location: 96 Kibbe Grove Road, Somers CT, 06071
Brown’s Harvest – Windsor, CT
Enjoy the pumpkin patch, hayrides and pumpkin painting at this 175 acre shade leaf tobacco and pumpkin farm in the Connecticut Valley that started with James M. Brown in 1871. Stay up to date with what is happening on the farm via their Facebook updates.
Location: 1911 Poquonock Avenue, Windsor, Connecticut 06095
Rose’s Berry Farm – South Glastonbury, CT
A pick your own berry farm in South Glastonbury, CT that is the largest blueberry farm in Connecticut with 40 acres of plants. Enjoy a hayride tour of the farm and visit the pumpkin patch and corn maze this fall. They also offer face painting and snack shack.Find out the latest at the farm on Facebook.
Location: 295 Matson Hill Rd., South Glastonbury, CT 06073
Pumpkinseed Hill Farm – Shelton, CT
A 400 acre farm that has been worked by multiple generations of the Jones family that grows 25 acres of pumpkin Enjoy a hayride, pick a pumpkin and try the Jones winery.
Location: 120 Beardsley Road, Shelton, CT 06484
Blue Jay Orchards – Bethel, CT
A 140 acre New England farm 1.25 hours from Manhattan that dates back to Mr. Josephy’s purchase of 50 acres in Fairfield County in 1934. In addition to the apple orchard, they offer pick your own pumpkins and hayrides, as well as sales of bakery products, apple cider and cider donuts.
Location: 125 Plumtrees Rd., Bethel Connecticut 06801
Castle Hill Farm – Newtown, CT
A recreational farm with four acre pumpkin patch, seven acre corn maze and hayrides owned and operated by the Paproski family.
Location: 25 Sugar Lane, Newtown CT 06470
Barden Farm – New Hartford, CT
A third generation family owned farm that has pick your own pumpkins, hay rides, baby animals and bakery items in the fall. Stay up to date with what is happening on the farm via Facebook.
Location: 45 Burgoyne Heights, New Hartford, CT 06057
Scantic Valley Farm – Somers, CT
A family owned farm that has pick your own pumpkins, hay rides and an eight acre corn maze with three miles of trails. Learn more about what’s happening on the farm this fall at Facebook.
Location: 327 Ninth District Rd, Somers, Connecticut 06071
Karabin Farms – Southington, Connecticut
Eddy Farm – Newington, Connecticut
The farm was started by the purchase of the land by Captain Martin Kellogg in the late 18th Century. The farm is now being run by husband and wife team Andy Billipp and Haley Fox. They had to cancel the pick your own pumpkin patch in 2012 due to weather, but we’re hopeful that they’ll have better luck this year.
Location: 277 Cedar St, Newington, CT 06111
March Farm – Bethlehem, Connecticut
A third generation family farm in Litchfield Coutny that was started by Thomas and Rose Marchukaitis with 114 acres. They offer pick your own apples and pumpkins in the fall, as well as weekend hayrides, corn mazes, playscape and animal yard.
Location: 160 Munger Lane, Bethlehem, CT 06751
Horse Listeners Orchard – Ashford, Connecticut
A 153 acre orchard that has been operating for forty years but recently came under the ownership of Matt Couzens, Sr. In addition to pick your own apples, they also offer pumpkins for sale.
Location: 317 Bebbington Road, Ashford CT 06278
Devon Point Farm – Woodstock, Connecticut
A farm built by Erick and Patty Taylor that has a pumpkin patch open weekends from mid-September to the end of October.
Location: 54 Joy Road, Woodstock, CT 06281
Creamery Brook Bison Farm – Brooklyn, Connecticut
On select days in October, they offer a pumpkin tour which includes covered wagon ride past the bison, pumpkin from the pumpkin patch, and pumpkin decorating supplies.
Location: 19 Purvis Road, Brooklyn CT 06234
Rose Orchards – North Branford, Connecticut
They offer a variety of fall activities including pumpkin patch, apple picking scenic wagon ride, hay maze and corn maze.
Location: 33 Branford Rd, North Branford, CT 06471
Halfinger Farms – Higganum, Connecticut
A connecticut flower and pumpkin farm offering pick your own pumpkins and corn maze, hay wagon ride and children’s play area.
Location: 489 Candlewood Hill Rd., Higganum, CT 06441
We have provided a link to the website for these pumpkin patches. Please use it to confirm the hours open, location, cost and attractions available at your local Connecticut pumpkin patch. Some pumpkin patches are open limited hours. We don’t want anyone showing up to find that the farm is closed!
We try to only include those farms which have u-pick pumpkin sections. There’s no need for us to include every Walmart or Home Depot selling pumpkins, is there? If you find that a farm only offers pumpkins that have been pre-picked, we will appreciate it if you let us know and we will remove it from the list.
As we conducted our nationwide search for fall fun, we compiled a list of activities that are found at farms with pumpkin patches. Your local Oklahoma pumpkin patch may have some or all of the following attractions:
Farm Animal Petting Zoo, Hayrides, Wagon Rides, Train rides, Pony Rides, Face painting, Live Entertainment, Pick Your Own Apples / Apple Orchards, Playgrounds, Cow Train, Pumpkin Cannon, Corn Cannon, Concession Stands, Corn Mazes, Straw Mazes, Rubber Duck Races, Mining, Slides, Mechanical Bulls, Rope Mazes, Pig races, Make scarecrows, Pumpkin painting, Pedal carts, haunted attractions, Zip line, Corn Box, Campfires / Bonfires
For more information about the activities available at your local pumpkin patch, please visit their website. If you would like to help us compile a list of which farms have which activities, we would be thrilled to have your help.
We welcome feedback and suggestions to improve this page. Don’t be shy. Say hello and tell us what you think and how we can do better. If your farm has been left off the list, leave the information for me to add it in the comments or send it to me through the contact form.
If you have fun at one of these pumpkin patches and don’t want the fun to end, see our list of pumpkin festivals. And after you have found your pumpkin, be sure to check out our pumpkin carving guide and pumpkin recipes.
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