Locate pumpkin picking near Hartford, New Haven, Waterbury or Danbury on our list of Connecticut pumpkin patches. Many also feature corn mazes, hay rides, live animals, pony rides, and kids activities.
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Blue Jay Orchards - Bethel, CT
The pumpkin patch for pick your own opens late September. 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, as well as sales of bakery products, apple cider and cider donuts.
Brown’s Harvest - Windsor, CT
Open every day this fall beginning late September. Over 43 years experience putting on a great pumpkin patch and hayride fun. Enjoy the pumpkin patch, corn maze, 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.
Castle Hill Farm - Newtown, CT
Lots of fun activities at this farm starting their fall season in late September. Open weekends for fall fun. A recreational farm with four acres of pumpkins, seven acre cornfield maze and hayrides owned and operated by the Paproski family. The address is 25 Sugar Lane, Newtown CT 06470. It is about 11 miles east of Danbury.
Creamery Brook Bison Farm - Brooklyn, CT
On select days in October, they offer a pumpkin tour which includes covered wagon ride past the bison, pumpkin from the patch, and pumpkin decorating supplies. Location: 19 Purvis Road, Brooklyn CT 06234. It is about 46 miles east of Hartford.
Devon Point Farm - Woodstock, CT
Open most days each fall for good tasting cider, donuts, pumpkin patch and more. A farm built by Erick and Patty Taylor that has a pumpkin patch open from mid-September to the end of October. Their address is 54 Joy Road, Woodstock, CT 06281. It is about 46 miles east of Hartford.
Foster Family Farm - South Windsor, CT
The farm is open to the public on weekends starting September 15th. 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. Their night corn maze on weekends is very popular. Their address is 90 Foster Street, South Windsor, CT 06074. It is about 11 miles east of Hartford.
Halfinger Farms - Higganum, CT
A connecticut flower and pumpkin farm offering pick your own pumpkins and corn maze, hay wagon ride and children’s play area. The address is 489 Candlewood Hill Rd., Higganum, CT 06441. It is about 26 miles south of Hartford.
Horse Listeners Orchard - Ashford, CT
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 a pumpkin patch, apple cider, and more. Their address is 317 Bebbington Road, Ashford CT 06278. It is about 33 miles east of Hartford.
Karabin Farms - Southington, CT
Saturday and Sunday pick your own pumpkins starts for the public around September 15th. Lots of activities for school groups during the week by reservation. Best known for their apple picking each fall. Their address is 894 Andrews Street, Southington, CT.æ It is about 17 miles southwest of Hartford.
March Farm - Bethlehem, CT
Open 7 days a week beginning first weekend in September. A third generation family farm in Litchfield County 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 corn field mazes, playscape and animal yard.
Pumpkinseed Hill Farm aka Jones Family Farms - Shelton, CT
Pumpkin patch is open every day this fall. Lots of fun plus they add the hayride on weekends. A 400 acre farm that has been worked by multiple generations of the Jones family that grows 25 acres of pumpkin Enjoy pick a pumpkin and try the Jones winery. Their address is 120 Beardsley Road, Shelton, CT 06484. It is located about 20 miles east of Danbury.
Pumpkintown USA - East Hampton, CT
This event is open every day for six weekends from late September through Halloween. It is a non scary event with lots of pumpkins and family activities. Experience The Ride attraction on weekends. The whole town is dressed up for this Halloween event.
Rose Orchards - North Branford, CT
Open weekends in late September and October. They offer a variety of fall activities including pumpkin picking and apple picking. Their address is 33 Branford Rd, North Branford, CT 06471. It is about 37 miles south of Hartford.
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 visit to the pumpkin patch this fall. They run a Breakfast-With-A-View on Sunday mornings in season.
Scantic Valley Farm - Somers, CT
The pumpkin patch is open Saturday and Sunday’s this fall beginning late September. Blueberries are in season now. A family owned farm that has pick your own pumpkins and three miles of trails.
Bunnell Farm – Litchfield, CT
The farm is a fifth generation family owned and operated business. Flashlight maze on Friday and Saturday evenings. Don’t forget to enjoy a horse drawn wagon ride and pumpkin picking on weekends. There is also a children’s hay maze. Location: 498 Maple Street, Litchfield, CT 06759
Fair Weathers Farm – Rocky Hill, CT
Play Farm Scene Investigation while you attempt to make your way through the maze. The cornfield is open as part of their fall festival on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from September to the end of October. Hayrides, pumpkins, pedal go-carts, corn pit, scarecrow walk, child hay maze and tire playground are some of the other activities for guests to their farm. About the Farm: Fair Weathers is run by Billy Collins, who started the farm with his parents in 1988. They moved to the farms present location in 1997. Location: 1146 Cromwell Avenue, Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Bishop’s Orchards – Cornmaze, Haymaze, Pick-Your-Own Apples & Pumpkin Patch. Face Painting, Scarecrow Making to benefit the Branford, CT Soup Kitchen. Location: 1355 Boston Post Road, Guilford, CT 06437
Fort Hill Farms – Thompson, CT – 8 Acres, Multiple Mazes
Fort Hill Farms has a rich history. The land was settled as a result of a land grant from the King of England to Sir Robert Thompson in 1683. It was consolidated by John Doane back into one property for a dairy farm in 1889. He gave it the name Fort Hill Farms. There is also a barnyard and pick your own pumpkin patch. Location: 260 Quaddick Road, Thompson, CT 06277