Find pumpkin patches near St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield and Columbia on our list of Missouri 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 twenty eight pumpkin patches in Missouri that allow you to pick your own pumpkins:
Kansas City, Missouri Pumpkin Patches
First Fruits Orchard - Drexel, Missouri
A locally owned orchard that normally has free weekend hay rides for kids and u-pick pumpkins. They did not produce enough pumpkins to open in 2013.
Johnson Farms – Belton, Missouri
A 140 acre farm with 60 acre u-pick pumpkin patch as well as 20 acre corn maze. Weekend pony rides and train rides. They also sell pre-harvested pumpkins.
Schuck’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch – Pleasant Hill, Missouri
Pumpkin patch, 14 acres of corn mazes, zipline, laser tag and corn box.
Carolyn’s Country Cousins – Liberty, Missouri
Owned and operated by Carolyn and Buddy Raasch. More than 50 acres of pumpkins on the vine. Haywagon rides, pig races, mining camp, giant slides, tractor trikes, playground, petting farm and pre-picked pumpkins..
Pumpkins Etc. – Platte City, MO
This is a u-pick pumpkin patch run by Bill and Kathy Wright located ten minutes from the Kansas City International Airport.
Weston Red Barn Farm – Weston, Missouri
Their fall festival includes pumpkin picking, farm animals, tractor and horse drawn hayrides to the pumpkin patch, corn maze and pony rides.
Springfield Pumpkin Patches
Campbell’s Maze Daze and Pumpkin Patch – Clever, Missouri
General admission includes kids 4 acre corn maze, pumpkin patch, pumpkin painting (with purchase of a pumpkin), hayrides, scavenger hunt and kids play area with fort, swings, bounce house and tractor choo choo train. Nighttime 8 acre haunted maze and karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights in October. Additional charges for face painting, pony rides and bonfires. Open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from late September through early November.
Prairie Hallow Pumpkin Patch – Ozark, Missouri
Pickin’ Patch Farm – Marionville, Missouri
A small farm in the Ozarks owned and operated by Richard Witt and his family for more than 20 years. Corn maze and pumpkin picking open daily from late September through early November. Hayrides run every 15 to 30 minutes throughout the day.
Jefferson City and Columbia pumpkin patches.
Fischer Farms Pumpkin Patch – Jefferson City, Missouri
A family farm with 40+ acre pumpkin patch, 10 acre corn maze, apple orchard, hayrides and a variety of farm animals. Straw maze, corn box, Opens in late September. Admission with corn maze is $6. Without corn maze, $3.
Nowlin’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch – Blackwater, Missouri
Huffstutter Orchards – New Franklin, Missouri
A small orchard 25 miles from Columbia.
Pa Pa’s Pumpkin Patch – Sedalia, Missouri
Pete’s Pumpkin Patch – Rolla, Missouri
Open on Saturday and Sunday starting in late September. Corn maze, hay wagon ride, hay tower, barrel cars, bounce house, farm animals, swings and choo choo train. Admission is $5 per person, including all activities. Pumpkins are available by the pound.
Deep Woods Farm – Hancock, Missouri
A small, fourth generation farm in Pulaski County with a pumpkin patch. Other attractions include hay rides, farm animal petting, hay jump, corn crib and kiddie train.
St. Louis Pumpkin Patches
Golden Valley Farms – Washington, Missouri
This pumpkin patch was opened in 2010 by Andrea Unnerstall on Jasper Farms. They offer pick your own pumpkins as well as hay ride, petting zoo, haynasium, corn bin, and kid’s haunted house. There are also pony rides, face painting and pumpkin slingshot for an additional charge beyond admission.
Pin Oak Farms - New Haven, Missouri
Pick your pumpkins right off the vine in their field. They are located between Washington and Hermann about an hour west of Saint Louis and an hour southeast of Columbia. Other activities include the 5 acre corn maze, farm animals and kiddie corral. Open on Saturdays and Sunday in October.
Perryville Pumpkin Farm – Perryville, Missouri
A small, working family farm that lets you pick your pumpkin right off the vine. Wagon rides, corn maze, farm animals, pre-picked pumpkins, corn pit and other activities. Perryville Pumpkin Farm was started in 2001 but sits on a farm dating back to 1892.
Herman’s Farm – St. Charles, Missouri
Herman’s Farm Orchard has been in business since 1985. They offer hay rides and pumpkins that you cut right off the vine. They also have u-pick apples and kid’s play area.
Valley Farms – Foristell, Missouri
Located in the northwest corner of St. Charles County five miles from Wentzville. Hay ride, mini barn hay maze, barrel train and gold panning.
Stuckmeyer’s Farm – Fenton, Missouri
U-pick and pre-picked pumpkins. Farm animals, hay rides, pony rides, corn maze and inflatables.
Sullivan Farms – Florissant, Missouri
Over 20 years of autumn harvest fun with pumpkins and hay rides.
Pumpkins Galore – Wright City, Missouri
Opened in 1988 by the Mikus family. They now grow over 100 acres of pumpkins on this 180 acre farm started by . Petting zoo, pony rides (weekends), horse-drawn wagon rides (weekends) and live music.
St. Joseph Pumpkin Patches
Amazing Acres – Barnard, Missouri
Open Saturday and Sunday in late September and October. Pick your own pumpkins or buy pre-picked pumpkins at the concession stand. Don’t forget to leave time to get lost in their corn maze! Haunted maze the last two weekends in October. Flashlight maze on Halloween night. Playground attractions include horse swings, spider web climbing rope, corn box, slides and bounce house.
Beggs Family Farm – Sikeston, Missouri
A working farm operating since 1895, it is open Wednesday through Sunday in October. Admission to their harvest festival is $11 per person. The farm has had a corn maze for more than ten years. Pick your own pumpkins, wagon rides, pig races, rope maze, monster slide, pumpkin tetherball, haunted barn and paintball shooting gallery (extra charge).
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 Missouri 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. However, some farms in warm weather climates are forced to pick their pumpkins early in order to prevent them from rotting on the vine as they ripen prior to when you would pick them. There’s not much we can do under those circumstances and will do our best to only include those farms that offer a satisfying overall experience.
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.
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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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