Find Western NY pumpkin patches near Buffalo and Rochester. Enjoy pumpkin farms, hayrides, corn mazes, apple orchards on our list of pick your own farms in Western New York. Most are open in September and October for fall fun. Last Major Update:
Western NY Farms
Abers Acres - Kennedy, NY
This Certified Organic family farm offers pick your own produce including berries. They offer some produce in the market that has been grown on the farm, including pumpkins, as well as local produce, including apples. They also offer pre-cut and cut your own Christmas trees beginning the day after Thanksgiving. They also sell locally made maple syrup, honey, jams and preserves made with their fruit, as well as baked goods made locally from their berries.
Baker Farm Market & U-Pick - Ransomville, NY
Pick your own apples in several varieties. You can select white or orange pumpkins of various sizes, either precut in the store or out of the patch. They also sell fresh pressed apple cider by the gallon, mums, and vegetables.
Becker Farms - Gasport, NY
This fifth generation family farm offers pick your own apples (beginning the end of August) and pumpkins (beginning the end of September) along with berries and other fruits. They offer prepicked produce in their store, as well as fresh and frozen pies and other baked goods, apple cider, homemade fudge and jam, and other goodies. They also have a winery and brewery onsite offering tastings and tours, as well as sales of wines, beers, and hard ciders. For Halloween, hey have also offered a haunted hayride on the weekends preceding the holiday.
Blackman Homestead Farm - Lockport, NY
More than 15 varieties of apples you can pick yourself. They also sell fresh pressed cider, hard cider, pumpkins and other gourds, local preserves and more. The farm was established in 1852 and is now run by the sixth generation of the Blackman family.
Kelkenberg Farm of Akron - Akron, NY
Enjoy the horse drawn hayrides and pick your own pumpkins off the vine from a 3.5 acre section of their 15 acre pumpkin field. Also a five acre cornfield maze, self guided farm animal tour and kids’ pony rides. Pumpkin picking starts the last weekend in September and happens every weekend in October plus Columbus Day. A family owned and operated agritourism farm run by Andy and Marilyn Kelkenberg, and family, since 1981. It was previously owned by Andy’s grandparents. The address is 12607 Stage Rd., Akron, NY 14001. It is about 23 miles east of Buffalo.
Kelkenberg Farm of Clarence - Clarence Center, NY
A real livestock and horse farm that has been welcoming visitors for more than thirty years. It will open to the public around the middle of September. It will be open Friday through Sunday in October, plus Columbus Day. Admission is $10 and includes any pumpkin from the u-pick pumpkin patch, horse drawn hayride, farm tour, straw maze and pony ride for kids. The address is 9270 Wolcott Road, Clarence Center, NY 14032. It is about 25 miles northeast of Buffalo.
Meadows Apple Farm - Forestville, NY
Pick your own apples and pumpkins, They also sell apple cider and prepicked produce on site.
Murphy Orchards - Burt, NY
A former stop on the Underground Railroad, this farm offers pick-your-own options for each fruit and vegetable they grow, including apples (the earliest varieties begin in early August) and pumpkins (beginning early October). The gift shop in the barn is filled with jams and jellies, gift baskets, and more, and the barn also hosts an Underground Railroad museum.
Pawlowsky Family Farm - Great Valley, NY
Also known as Pumpkinville this 200 acre Western New York farm near Elcottville has 25 acres of fun for visitors. It includes a pick your own pumpkin patch, hayrides, 6 acre corn maze. Take a hayride around the farm. Other activities include gem mining, goat mountain, cow train and corn cannon. Get lost in the six acre corn maze and you might just find all of the hidden posts. Try their sweet and spiced apple cider from their 100+ year old antique cider mill built in 1898. Helicopter rides weather permitting on October weekends. The address is 4844 Sugartown Road, Great Valley, NY 14731. It is about 57 miles south of downtown Buffalo.
The Great Pumpkin Farm - Clarence, NY
Have fun with pre-picked pumpkins, horse drawn wagon rides, corn maze, amusement rides, petting zoo, hay maze and playground. Talent contests, photo contests and various other competitions like pumpkin decorating, pie eating and scarecrow making. Lots of special events on weekends like the Zombie Mud Run, Oinktoberfest BBQ Cookoff, Pumpkin Special Olympics and World Pumpkin Weigh Off. Special exotic animal zoo and pony rides available during select festival weekends. Open daily from around the middle of September through October 31st. During non-holiday weekdays, there is no admission charge. Admission for festival weekends is $8 per person. Attractions are priced individually. With more than 51,751 Facebook likes The Great Pumpkin Farm is one of the top New York fall attractions. The address is 11199 Main Street, Clarence, NY 14031. It is about 19 miles east of downtown Buffalo.
Wheatfield Pumpkin Farm - Wheatfield, NY
Pumpkin patch opens in late September. Family fun pass admission for $6 includes regular hayride, mini-corn maze and play area. They also do haunted hayrides on weekends and the week of Halloween in late October. The address is 6920 Nash Rd., Wheatfield, NY 14120. It is just 18 miles north of Buffalo.
Chase Farms Market - Fairport, NY
Pick your own pumpkins starts the last weekend in September and lasts through October. They provide weekend wagon rides. Chase Farms Market is a small fruit farm located in Monroe County owned by Robert and John Chase. The address is 459 Pannell Rd., Fairport, NY 14450. It is about 17 miles southeast of Rochester.
G&S Orchards - Walworth, NY
A 150 acre family fruit farm. They have seven varieties of apples available for picking starting in September. Another eight varieties are available for purchase. Pick your own and pre-picked pumpkins are available starting in mid-September. They only accept cash payments. Only 15 minutes from downtown Rochester.
Green Acre Fruit Farm - Rochester, NY
A u-pick family farm with pumpkins and a variety of apples and fruits. Twenty two varieties of apples are available starting in late August. Their address is 3460 Latta Road, Rochester, NY 14612. It is located about 13 miles northwest of downtown Rochester. They started allowing apple picking following a hail storm in 1970. Now they have twenty two varieties available starting in late August. Red raspberries are also available for picking in autumn.
Hurd Orchards - Holley, NY
A family owned fruit and flower farm in WNY between the Erie Canal and Lake Ontario. They grow more than forty nine varieties of apples including historic apples, experimental disease resistant apples, traditional apples and contemporary apples. Apple picking available in September and October. They also offer pumpkin picking throughout October and a variety of special events including teas and luncheons.
Kelly’s Fruit Farm - Hilton, NY
Pick your own apples from several varieties. They also cold press their apples into fresh cider, and make cider donuts, pie, and candy apples (and more) as well. The farm maintains hives to help with pollination and sells the honey. Later in September, come pick out pumpkins.
Morgan’s Farm Market - Marion, NY
A multi-generation working family farm for more than 50 years. Pick your own apples available in October. They grow a wide variety of apples, but not all varieties are available for picking, the rest are available pre-picked in the market. There are also pick your own pumpkins available in October. Family fun day on the Saturday of Columbus day weekend includes tractor pulled wagon rides, pony rides, bin maze for kids, and Alpaca’s Maple Cotton Candy or Candy Apples. Located thirty minutes east of Rochester.
Stokoe Farms - Scottsville, NY
The pumpkin patch is open Saturdays and Sundays in October. Take a wagon ride to the patch where you can pick your pumpkins off the vine. Other activities include the corn maze, farm animals and straw fort with slide. The address is 656 South Road, Scottsville, NY 14546. It is about 19 miles southwest of Rochester.
Whittier Fruit Farm - Rochester, NY
A family owned and operated farm by the Russell family since 1974. Thirty-two varieties of PYO apples sold by the pound. No ladders necessary – they are easy to pick! Tractor and wagon rides take guests to the pumpkin patch on weekends in October. Both pick your own apples and pumpkins are sold by the pound, and are also available pre-picked in the farm market
Wickham Farm - Penfield, NY
What began as a roadside pumpkin patch in 1988 has grown, with the addition of a corn maze, a heated barn to serve as a store, apple orchard, barnyard fun area, and more. There are two corn mazes, one family sized and one giant corn maze (over 5 acres), both of which open in August. The apple orchard has 13 varieties over 5,000 trees, with availability between mid-August and late October. The purchase of an apple bag includes a hayride tour for every member of your party. The pumpkin patch features thousands of various orange pumpkins, which are available for a flat rate regardless of size. The store offers a variety of hot and cold food, fresh pressed apple cider, cider donuts (daily in the fall) and other baked goods, apples from the orchard, and more. The barnyard fun area is accessible for a flat rate, and offers fun for all ages, including an apple cannon, antique tractor, barrel horses, corn pit, combine slide, duck races, farm animals and bunnies, and more.