Washington DC Pumpkin Patches

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Bowles Farms, LLC - Clements, MD
Fall fun begins this season on September 29th.  A Southern Maryland pumpkin patch and corn maze offering a variety of other fall farm fun including petting zoo and children’s play area. Barrel rides, corn boxes, straw jumping pits, slides, straw maze, Farm admission is $10 per person. Cash or check only – there is an ATM on site. Open to the public on Saturday and Sunday. Their address is 22880 Budds Creek Road, Clements, MD 20624. It is about 60 miles south of Washington, DC.

Middleton’s Cedar Hill Farm - Waldorf, MD
Take a 30 minute hayride to the pumpkin patch at this 300 acre family farm run by the Middleton family. It has an eight acre corn field maze and 1.5 acre kid’s maze for those who like to get lost. Kid’s can also play in the corn boxes or visit with the farm animals. Their address is 13130 Cedar Hill Place, Waldorf, MD 20601. It is located about 34 miles south of downtown Washington, DC.

Queen Anne Farm - Mitchellville, MD
Pick pumpkins everyday this fall.  Located midway between Washington, D.C. and Annapolis, they have been growing fresh produce for more than 30 years. Find the perfect pumpkin in their patch after enjoying a ride on their tractor pulled haywagon. Find pumpkins of every size and shape, from 2 ounces to over 200 pounds. They grow seven varieties of orange pumpkins and six types of heirloom pumpkins. There is also a children’s maize and traditional farm animals. Family owned by Carl and Carole Brady. Their address is 18102 Central Avenue, Mitchellville, MD 20716. It is about 20 miles east of Washington, DC.

Shlagel Farms - Waldorf, MD
Operating for more than 100 years, they offer a pumpkin patch, hayrides and petting zoo on this third generation working farm. Kid’s can also enjoy the corn box, straw maze, making a scarecrow and face painting (weekends, additional charge). Open Saturday and Sunday in October for fall fun. Their address is 12850 Shlagel Road, Waldorf, MD 20601. It is about 29 miles south of Washington, DC.

Spider Hall Farm - Prince Frederick, MD
A 362 acre Calvert County farm owned by David and Susan Cox since 1994. Pumpkin patch, hayrides, 8 acre corn maze, sorghum maze, giant slide, corn box, straw bale maze, moonbounce and pony rides (additional cost) in the fall. All Day Play general admission available. Pumpkins sold separately. Their address is 3915 Hallowing Pt. Rd., Prince Frederick, MD. It is about 45 miles southeast of Washington, DC.

T and A Farm - Dameron, MD
A family owned working farm for more than 100 years that planted their first pumpkins in 1999. Open for pumpkin season on Saturdays and Sundays in October. The address is 18281 St. Jerome’s Neck Road, Dameron, MD 20628. It is about 72 miles south of Washington, DC.