Find pumpkins near Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay or Eau Claire on our list of Wisconsin pumpkin patches.
Mommsen’s Farm Market – Rice Lake, Wisconsin
Family farm in Northwest Wisconsin offering fresh produce and fun for more than 35 years. A pumpkin patch with massive 30 foot tall pumpkin tower, pumpkin artillery (weekends), two corn mazes, hayrides (weekends) and pick your own apples (weekends). Petting farm and activity center with goat treehouse and straw bale maze. Farm is open daily from early September through Halloween. Do Everything Admission is $12 with alternative per activity pricing available. Special event weekends include pumpkin chucking and Robert the Magician.
Glenna Farms – Amery, Wisconsin
Maple syrup farm with pick your own pumpkins, hay rides and apple cider on weekends starting in late September. Glenna Farms started in 1985 when an 80 acre maple syrup farm was purchased by Rick and Kristine Glennon. Don’t forget to pick up some maple syrup in the country store while you are there!
Ferguson’s Morningside Orchards – Eau Claire, Galesville, Wisconsin & Lake City, Wisconsin
Pick your own apples (more than 20 varieties) and pumpkins at the Eau Claire and Galesville locations. Farm animals, cornfield maze, wagon rides and slightly scary haunted house for kids at both locations. Goat walk and trike track at the Eau Claire location. Galesville has pedal tractors and hay bale pyramid. Lake City is their country store where you can purchase their pumpkins and apples.
Appleton – Green Bay – Fond du Lac – Sheboygan
Mulberry Lane Farm – Sherwood, Wisconsin
A petting farm offering a real country farm experience. Six acres of pick your own pumpkins and hay rides available in the fall. Pony rides also available. Mulberry Lane Farm was purchased by the Keyes family in 2005 after becoming friends with the Schwabenlander family, who ran the farm for more than 100 years. The farm is located a few miles from Green Bay and is easily accessible from the other nearby communities. General admission is $12 per person with children under 24 months free. Farm is open daily starting in mid-September when pumpkin picking starts up.
Polly’s Pumpkin Patch – Chilton, Wisconsin
Located in northeast Wisconsin with 50 varieties of pumpkins and gourds. Polly’s was opened in 2003 when Gary Juckem and Polly Rolland purchased the farm started by his great grandparents. Country market offers fresh produce and local products. Cornfield maze is located in Eastern Fox Valley a short drive from Appleton and Green Bay. Barnyard animals include goats, cows and sheep. Also enjoy the corn cannon, Hillbilly Downs horse racing and family fun center with pumpkin bowling, mini mazes, duck races and more.
Waldvogel’s Farm – Juneau, Wisconsin
A patch for pumpkin picking one hour from Milwaukee. Hayrides, corn maze, farm train, mine shaft slide, mini golf and other farm activities. A total of 16 fall pumpkin farm attractions available for an admission price of $7-8. No charge for children 2 and under who are not on a group tour. The farm is run by Phil and Debbie Waldvogel, who started growing corn and soybeans at the farm in 1977. Open daily starting in late September and throughout October.
The Little Farmer Orchard and Farm Market – Malone, Wisconsin
A 20 acre pumpkin patch on Lake Winnebago near Fond du Lac with 20 varieties of pumpkins. U-pick pumpkins, hay rides (weekends), pre-picked pumpkins, corn maze, barnyard animals, and apple orchard. The apple orchard was started in 1890.
Berry Land – Abrams, Wisconsin
Pick your own pumpkins from the field or buy a pre-picked pumpkin. Other fun activities available include face painting, pumpkin painting, munchkin maze, corn box and duck races. Hayrides every Saturday and Sunday in October. Tractor pulled haunted hayrides for young families and kids of all ages.
Spieker’s Pumpkin Farm – Random Lake, Wisconsin
Pick your own pumpkins open from late September through October. Free admission. Corn maze ($4 per person), wagon rides and concessions on weekends. There is also a straw maze and petting barn. A family owned farm for more than 100 years, it was a dairy farm and then a hog farm before it became a pumpkin farm.
Cavanaugh Carriages – Neenah, Wisconsin
Pick your own pumpkin field, hayrides, and farm animals at this 140 acre family farm run by Rodger and Jan Cavanaugh. Admission is $7 per person, including pumpkin, with children 1 year of age and under are free. Haunted hayrides starting in mid-October on Friday and Saturday nights for $5-10 per person. Enjoy the campfire before your ride. Hot Chocolate and caramel apples are also available.
Madison Pumpkin Patches
French Creek Farms – Portage, Wisconsin
A cut your own tree farm that normally has pumpkins. Their website indicates they didn’t have pumpkins in 2013.
Lapacek’s Orchard – Poynette, Wisconsin
An apple orchard north of Madison that also has pick your own pumpkins. Frank and Diane purchased the land to start their apple orchard in 1979. Fun at the Orchard includes play equipment, sunflower field, photo scavenger hunt, caramel apples and Saturday morning apple cider donuts.
Treinen Farm – Lodi, Wisconsin
A 14 acre pumpkin patch with 15 varieties of pumpkins. They also have hayrides (weekend) and a 15 acre corn maze. Do it all package is $13.75-15.75, and $7 for ages 1 to 5. Purchased separately, pumpkin adventure and maze adventure are $7-9 per person. Zombie night at the corn maze is $10. Farm Admission and/or Hayride is $4-6. Additional fees for gem stone mining, pumpkin slingshot, Jacob’s Ladder and Bounce House. This third generation family farm was purchased by Alan Treinen’s grandfather in the early 1920s.
Pleasant Patch Pumpkins – Cottage Grove, Wisconsin
Open weekends in October and the last weekend in September. Wagon rides, haunted house and hiking trail offered at no additional cost. Credit and debit cards are not accepted. The farm is run by Ken and Paula Anderson with their children and their families.
The Apple Berry Farm – Cross Plains, Wisconsin
They are a small family owned apple orchard west of Madison started in 1975. In addition to their apple orchard, they have a pumpkin patch, hayrides and apple cider. Farm is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from Labor Day through Halloween. Don’t miss their fresh pressed apple cider and cider brats this fall!
Hinchley’s Dairy Farm – Cambridge, Wisconsin
Fall activities at this working dairy farm include four acres of pumpkin picking as well as hayride, corn maze, farm animals and dairy farm tours. Admission is $10 for kids which includes a free pumpkin. Maze and hayride is $15 for adults. Flashlight fun at the maze on Friday and Saturday nights in October. Duane and Tina and their four kids bought this family farm from his father in 2000.
Mayr Family Farm – DeForest, Wisconsin
Admission is $5 per person with children 4 and under free. Includes farm animals, straw maze, kids games, bouncy house, pedal tractors and duck pond. Pick your own pumpkins, seven acre corn maze and haunted maze cost extra. Pumpkin picking and horse drawn wagon rides available on Saturday and Sunday starting in late September for $6-8 including farm admission. Wagon rides without pumpkin are $3. The wagon is pulled by their team of Percheron Draft horses. Haunted cornfield available on Friday and Saturday evenings starting in mid-October for $12. You may bring a flashlight, but it isn’t recommended as it makes you an easy target! They also do a local benefit weekend for a charity of choice of every fall.
Schuster Farm – Deerfield, Wisconsin
Three dozen varieties of pumpkins and gourds as well as a corn maze. Admission is $3-6 on weekdays and $5-8.50 on weekends. Barnyard activities include pig races, tire maze, corn pit, , slides, and other fun. Additional cost to special weekend farm attractions like the barrel train ride, pumpkin cannon, corn cannon and jumping pillow cost additional after usage of your three activity tickets. Search for rocks and gems at Christian’s Mining Company for $3-5. Haunted forest ($15) and flashlight maze ($6 – bring your flashlight!) after dark on Fridays and Saturdays in October. The farm, on a farmstead settled in the early 1900s is run by Don and Theresa who purchased it in 1990. Open daily from late September through Halloween.
Sutter’s Ridge – Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin
A family run orchard 20 minutes southwest of Madison that includes U-pick pumpkins, wagon rides and three acre cornfield maze. Apple picking of twenty varieties of apples ripening from the first week in September to the last week in October. Available farm activities include the petting barn, hay bale pile, pedal tractors, sandbox, mini maze and haystack to climb. The maze costs $3 while the play area and wagon ride cost $2. Cash or check only – they don’t take debit or credit cards. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting Labor Day Weekend. Enjoy hand-dipped caramel apples starting in mid-September.
Skelly’s Farm Market – Janesville, Wisconsin
They grow 20 acres of pumpkins. There is also a 15 acre cornfield with two mazes ($6), night maze, wagon rides ($3), playground and farm fun. Take three shots on the pumpkin slingshot for $1. Younger children will enjoy riding tricycles on the Pumpkin Speedway. Fall themed games like pumpkin cornhole and pumpkin checkers are available. Decorate a scarecrow on the weekends. No admission fee, though some activities do have a cost. Open 7 days a week with some activities available only on weekends or on a limited basis on weekdays (like wagon rides).
Milwaukee Pumpkin Patches
Apple Holler – Sturtevant, Wisconsin
Pick pumpkins or pick your own apples in their 75 acre orchard. There is also a farm park with corn maze, slides, bounce house, pony rides, pedal cart rides, gemstone mining and more. Farm animals feature goat walk and Haflinger horses. Country store offers gifts, crafts and more. Special event in September is the Apple Pickin’ Family Festival and October is the month for Apple Pickin’ and Scarecrow Festival. The farm was established in 1988, it has been owned and operated by the Flannery family for more than 25 years. Farm park admission without apple picking is $3 on weekdays and $5 on weekends. If you pay for apple picking, you get free wagon ride and farm park admission. Some activities require activity tickets that can be purchased for an additional cost.
Bear Den Zoo – Waterford, Wisconsin
A family owned and operated petting farm with exotic wildlife as well as traditional farm animals for more than 25 years. Admission fee is $8-10. In October, they also have pick your own pumpkins, hayrides, bounce houses and pony rides (weekends). Haunted Woods on Friday and Saturday nights in October offers some scary fun for $14 per person. No credit or debit cards.
The Pumpkin Farm – Franksville, Wisconsin
A Racine County pumpkin farm celebrating their 35th season. Also has petting zoo, tractor drawn hayrides, pony rides, and pedal karts. Barrel train rides available for children on weekends. Tractor drawn hayrides available daily, with fire and marshmallow roasting following the evening ride.
Besse’s Taste of Country Farm Market – Colgate, Wisconsin
Admission to Pumpkin fest is $9.95 per person (seniors are $6 and children 2 and under are free). Hayride to patch is $6 per person or $3 with admission. Pumpkin blaster available for $1 shot. Pony rides for kids under age of 10 and 110 pounds for $5 or $3 with admission. Unlimited activities on weekend with admission include maze through their corn, pedal carts, jumping pillow, obstacle course and giant slides. Limited activities on weekdays available for $3-6 in October. One of the first farms in Wisconsin to have a cornfield maze. It has interactive games like Who-Dun-It and Mazeopoly. It takes approximately 45 minutes to complete the large maze and 15-20 minutes to complete the kid’s version. Maze available daily from late September through October 31.
Vesperman Farms – Lancaster, Wisconsin
Pumpkin patch and corn maze at this fifth generation family farm operating for more than 100 years. Visitors can also enjoy the pumpkin air cannon, pumpkin catapult and farm animals. Open on Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $6 with children five and under free.
Wilke’s Dairy Farms - County Road W North, Wausau, WI 54403
Located on the huge Wilke’s Dairy Farms are Haunted Weekends, the corn maze, and 7 acres of pumpkins. The haunted house, haunted maze, and haunted hayride are open October 19th, 20th, 25th, 26th, and 27th. Tickets are $8 for each attractions or all for $20. The corn maze and pumpkin patch both open on September 15th. Wilke’s has lots of food and other entertainment. A fun place for the whole family.
Willow Springs Garden – Wausau, Wisconsin
A harvest festival in autumn at this farm with pumpkin picking patch, corn maze, petting zoo and horse rides. Visit the Old Town Hall of Maine, which was moved to the property. Haunted maze available, recommended for kids over 10 years of age. Flashlights are not allowed in the haunted maze.