Central Illinois Pumpkin Patches

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200 Acres Great Pumpkin Patch - Arthur, IL
Open every day from September 12th through October 31st.  The McDonald-Condill family has been farming for five generations and celebrating the harvest with guests for 25 years. Homestead U-pick pumpkins, various non-corn mazes and wagon rides. Open seven days a week to Halloween. Bakery has a variety of pumpkin goods when pumpkins are in season. Try the apple cider slushies or pumpkin ice cream. A variety of bands provide entertainment on the weekends. There are also farm animals, giant corn shock tower and haunted crib. Admission is $2-7 depending on age and day. This is one of the most popular farms in Illinois with over 31,000 Facebook likes. Their address is 1749A CR 1900 N, Arthur, Illinois. It is about 45 miles south of Champaign, Illinois.

Black Bart’s Pumpkin Patch - Warrensburg, IL
Visit beginning September 15th this fall.  They started growing pumpkins to sell in 1997. They have pick your own pumpkins, pre-picked pumpkins, wood maze, corn maze, and a small kid’s haunted house. Free admission and free parking. Open daily from late September to Halloween. Their address is 9381 West Wise Road, Warrensburg, IL 62573. It is about 13 miles northwest of Decatur.

Country Corner - Alpha, IL
More than 35,000 visit this farm every year. Pick your own pumpkins, 8 acre cornfield maze (with maze trivia and checkpoints), tractor drawn hayrack ride, inflatable jump house, gem mining, corn cannon, cow train, barnyard zoo, pony rides (fall festival weekends), picnic and playground. Don’t miss the Giant Pumpkin Festival! It is an 80 acre farm owned by Bruce Curry. Free admission and free parking. Pumpkins are usually available starting in late August. Country Corner has more than 11,493 Facebook likes. Their address is 5333 U.S. Highway 150, Alpha, IL. It is about 22 miles south of Moline.

Curtis Orchard - Champaign, IL
Open every day starting middle of September.  Pick your own pumpkins and apples this fall. It features a petting zoo, giant slide, and mini golf. On weekends, they have wagon rides, pony rides, corn maze, face painting and live entertainment. Pricing is per activity with season passes available. Cafe and bakery open daily in September and October. Very positive reviews online from past customers. Their address is 3902 S Duncan Road, Champaign, IL 61822. It is about 6 miles southwest of Champaign, IL.

Gail’s Pumpkin Patch - Beason, IL
A family owned Logan County pumpkin farm that grows more than 50 varieties of pumpkins, gourds and squash. Pink pumpkins available. Available food includes apple cider and donuts. Fall farm day provides face painting, pumpkin painting, honey extraction demonstration, machinery display and farm tour. They are open from September 1 to October 31 for fall activities with free admission. Their address is 1709 2000th Avenue, Beason, IL. It is about 30 miles south of Bloomington, IL.

Mill Creek Farm - Quincy, IL
Open weekends in October from noon to 5 PM. Hay rides, pumpkin picking in their patch and a cornfield maze. This Western Illinois farm is located west of Springfield near the Mississippi River. The farm started operating in 1995 and is run by the Roegge family. Their address is 2833 S. 48th Street, Quincy, IL 62305. It is about 6 miles east of downtown Quincy.

Rader Family Farms - Normal, Il
Enjoy a u-pick patch with 30 acres of pumpkins, gourds and squash. For those who like to get lost, there is a 10 acre corn maze and a 1 acre kid’s maze. Train rides (weekends) and a large variety of fall farm fun available for kids of all ages. Located outside of Bloomington. About the Farm: Started as a dairy farm in 1945 by Glenn and Margaret Rader before transitioning to a grain farm in the 1970s. Now run by Lynn & Linda Rader (and family), they started growing pumpkins 20 years ago. Their address is 1238 Ropp Rd., Normal, IL. It is located about 4 miles northwest of Bloomington.

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