Find pumpkin patches near Oklahoma City or Tulsa with our list of Oklahoma 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 fourteen pumpkin patch in Oklahoma that I discovered:
Orr Family Farm – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
They have rebuilt their farm from a tornado in May. Visit them this Fall!
Jahn’s Pumpkin Hill – Cyril, Oklahoma
Jahn’s Hill is a u-pick pumpkin patch in Southwest Oklahoma run by Mary and Jerry Jahn with pumpkins, petting zoo, round bale maze and tractor-pulled farm tours. Learn more on their Facebook page.
Location: Rt. 1 Box 104, Cyril, OK 73029
Woodbine Farms Pumpkin Patch – Ardmore, Oklahoma
Hop on a tractor pulled hayride and pick your own pumpkin in Ardmore in October. Also enjoy duck races, bounce house, corn cannon and other fall fun. Note: They don’t take credit/debit cards.
Location: 5109 Kings Road, Ardmore, OK 73401
Annabelle’s Fun Farm – Welch, Oklahoma
Tim and Bethany Wright decided to open a pumpkin patch in 2011 when they realized there weren’t any in their section of Oklahoma. Other activities besides the hayride and pumpkin patch include the corn maze, petting zoo, train, and corn gun. They will be open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from September 21 to November 2, 2013. More information is available on their Facebook page.
Location: 444606 E 110 Rd, Welch, OK 74369
Daze In A Maze – Marshal, OK
Enjoy a hayrack ride at this pumpkin patch near Covington and Enid. Other activities available include the 300,000 sq ft field maze, six acre jungle maze, hay bale maze, dino dig, petting zoo, zip line and concession stand. They are open starting Labor Day weekend.
Location: 26048 N Hwy 74, Marshal, OK 73056
T G Farms – Newcastle and Norman, Oklahoma
Pick your own pumpkin from the patch as well as enjoy tractor drawn hayrides, corn maze, hay maze, petting zoo, tricycle race track, duck pond, pony rides and concession stand.
Location: 4335 West Highway 9 West Norman, OK
2nd Location: 1580 NW Highway 37 Newcastle, OK
Wild Things Farm – Pocola, Oklahoma
A 90 acre farm started in 2000 by Jim and Cathie Greene. They have a pumpkin patch, hayrides, seven acre corn maze opening September 28th and a flashlight maze. Other available activities include pony rides and campfire cookouts. Learn more about the farm via Facebook.
Location: 700 Beaty, Pocola, OK 74902
Mikie’s Family Farm – Shawnee, Oklahoma
Cut and carry pumpkins right off the vine from the pumpkin patch. Other farm attractions include the tractor pulled hayrides, five acre corn maze, haunted trail, farm animals and campfires. Also have a play area, giant jumping pillow, corn cannon, sand pile and barrel train.
Location: 42610 N Wolverine, Shawnee, OK 74804
Shepherd’s Cross – Claremore, Oklahoma
Enjoy their pumpkin festival throughout October. Enjoy numerous farm activities including the pumpkin patch, petting zoo, farm museum, hay maze, corn cob bowling and picnic area. Hayrides and scarecrow making also available.
Location: 16792 East 450 Road, Claremore, OK 74017-0935
Livesay Orchards – Porter, Oklahoma
Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch on weekends in October at this farm owned by Kent and Steve Livesay. The orchard was purchased by their uncle in 1966: it is Oklahoma’s largest peach orchard and grows a variety of other crops as well. Enjoy the pumpkin playland with play area, hay bale maze, pumpkin bowling, ring toss and farm learning center.
Location: 39232 E. 231st St. S, Porter, OK
Pleasant Valley Farms – Sand Springs, Oklahoma
They host an annual winter squash and pumpkin festival on a weekend in October with hayrides, corn maze, haunted trail, petting barn, duck races and face painting. Pumpkins are available throughout October.
Location: 22350 W 71st S., Sand Springs, OK 74063
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 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.
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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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If your farm has accidentally been left off the list above, please leave the information for me to add in the comments or send it to me through the contact form.