Kalamazoo Pumpkin Patches

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A.W. Overhiser Orchards - South Haven, MI
A u-pick farm in Allegan County with apples and pumpkins for families to enjoy picking in the fall. Fun place with hay rides, child size corn maze, animal barm, fresh apple cider and farm market. Five generations of the Overhiser family have lived and worked on the farm, starting with Henry and Sarah (McKee) Overhiser in 1860. Located south of Holland, north of Benton Harber and northwest of Kalamazoo. Pumpkin patch opens October 1st and corn maze opens in September.  Their address is 6405 109th Avenue South Haven, MI. It is about 56 miles southwest of Grand Rapids.

Amazing Acres - Edwardsburg, MI
A 90 acre farm in Cass County with a 20 acre corn maze with 3.5 miles of paths and 12 hidden check points that takes 30 minute to 2 hours to navigate. They have thousands of pumpkins in their pumpkin patch. They are open Wednesday through Sunday starting around September 15th through October 31st. Take a hay ride around the farm and stop to see the horses, watch the goats traverse the goat walk, try the zip line, race ducks or mine gems in the mining sluice. Hoppy horse race, jumping pillow, cornball game, pumpkin checkers, straw mountain, cow train, corn box, pumpkin painting, trike track and other farm fun activities. Located north of Elkhart, Indiana and southwest of Portage. Their address is 18430 U.S. 12 East, Edwardsburg, MI 49112.

Big Dan’s U-Pick’em - Hartford, MI
A u-pick pumpkin patch and apple orchard. Free wagon hayrides on weekends through Halloween starting in early September. Located along I-94 halfway between St. Joseph and Kalamazoo. Their address is 65980 66th Avenue, Hartford, MI 49057. It is located almost 36 miles west of Kalamazoo.

Dinges Fall Harvest - Three Oaks, MI
Pick your own pumpkins this fall at Dinges Farm in Harbor County. A massive number of different varieties of pumpkins, gourds and squash. Horse pulled hay rides, petting zoo, go cart races and pony rides ($4). Also explore the No left turn maze, cornfield maze, children’s play area, refreshments and apple cider. Open daily September through October. Weekend activities are from 11AM to 6 PM. Located east of New Buffalo near the Indiana border, a 90 minute drive from Chicago. Their address is 15219 Mill Road, Three Oaks, MI 49128.

Frank Farms - Berrien Center, MI
Frank Farms has been operating since 1909. Apple pick starts in late September. U-pick pumpkins available throughout October. Be sure to try their products at Long Grove’s Annual Apple Festival on the last weekend in September. Located north of South Bend and southeast of Benton Harbor.

Gene The Pumpkin Man - Kalamazoo, MI
Pumpkins available October 1st with squash available September 15th.  They only have a Facebook presence but Gene’s is apparently a huge deal in Southwest Michigan in October. Their address is 22637 M 43 Highway West, Kalamazoo, MI 49009. The location is about 9 miles west of downtown Kalamazoo.

Gull Meadow Farms - Richland, MI
Apple orchard and petting farm in Southwest Michigan with a u-pick pumpkin patch and apples starting in early September.  Wagon rides, corn maze and other fall fun start weekends on September 29th. Pumpkin Lane activities include jumping pillows, straw mountain, tube slides and more. Don’t forget to try their donuts! The farm was started by Julius Wendzel in 1949. The apple orchard opened for u-pick in 1985, fall fun started in 2000 and the cornfield was first cut in 2001. They are open on Friday and Saturdays from the last weekend in September through October. They also have a night maze. Their address is 8544 Gull Road, Richland, MI 49083. It is about 8 miles northeast of Kalamazoo.

Harveys Farm - Tekonsha, MI
A u-pick farm started by Ron and Rose Harvey in 1984. Chestnuts and pumpkins are available in the fall. Easy access off west I-69. Their address is 2651 15 Mile Road, Tekonsha, MI. It is about 28 miles southeast of Battle Creek.

Jollay Orchards Family Fun Farm - Coloma, MI
Enjoy fall in Southwest Michigan with the Harvest Festival at Jollay Orchards. Start with the hayride and hop off at your choice of the pupmkin patch, apple orchard, farm market, or haunted house. Their patch has over ten acres to choose from plus a Cornfield Maze. Near Halloween, find the Haunted Schoolhouse set in a one room schoolhouse from the 1800s. Ferris wheel, catch and release pond fishing, animal farm, caterpillar crawl, playground, picnic area and farm market with Sherman’s Ice Cream and fresh baked goods. Harvest festival is open only on the weekends from Labor Day weekend through Halloween. Pay One Price for adults and children over 2 years of age are $9. Senior Citizens over 65 are $2. Located between Benton Harbor and Paw Paw. Their address is 1850 Friday Road, Coloma, MI 49038. It is about 42 miles west of Kalamazoo.