Enjoy a pumpkin patch near Tulsa, Oklahoma this fall: Last Major Update:
Anabelle’s Fun Farm - Welch, OK
Tim and Bethany Wright decided to open a pumpkin patch in 2011 when they realized there weren’t any in their area of Oklahoma. Other activities besides the hayride and pumpkins include the corn maze, petting zoo, train, and corn gun. Their location is 444606 E 110 Rd, Welch, OK 74369. It is 86 miles northeast of Tulsa.
Livesay Orchards - Porter, OK
Take a hayride to the patch of pumpkins on weekends in October at this farm owned by Kent and Steve Livesay. The orchard was purchased by their uncle in 1966: it is Oklahoma’s largest peach orchard and grows a variety of other crops as well. Enjoy the pumpkin playland with play area, hay bale maze, pumpkin bowling, ring toss and farm learning center. It is located at 39232 E. 231st St. S, Porter, OK. It is 40 miles southeast of Tulsa.
Pleasant Valley Farms - Sand Springs, OK
Pumpkin patch and corn maze open everyday in October. They host an annual winter squash and pumpkin festival on a weekends in October with hayrides, haunted trail, petting barn, duck races and face painting. The farm opens late September. Pumpkins are available throughout October. Their location is at 22350 W 71st S., Sand Springs, OK 74063. They are 19 miles east of Tulsa.
Shepherd’s Cross - Claremore, OK
Enjoy their pumpkin festival throughout October. Enjoy numerous farm activities including the pumpkin patch, petting zoo, farm museum, hay maze, corn cob bowling and picnic area. Hayrides and scarecrow making also available.
Wild Things Farm - Pocola, OK
Opening this fall in late September. A 90 acre farm started in 2000 by Jim and Cathie Greene. They have a pumpkin patch, hayrides, seven acre corn field maze opening the last weekend in September and a flashlight maze. Other available activities include pony rides and campfire cookouts.