Enjoy a pumpkin patch near Philadelphia this fall: Last Major Update:
Active Acres Farm - Newtown, PA
Home of the famous Sleepy Hollow Hayride and additional nighttime haunt beginning every Saturday and Sunday starting October 6th. Pick your own pumpkins, hayrides and a corn field maze at this 230 acre working farm in Bucks County. They operate their pumpkin patch and hayrides on Saturdays and Sundays in the fall. They feature pumpkins, BBQ, pizza, and refreshments in addition to pony rides, farm animals, mood bounce, duck races, and more. The haunted house is at night.
Froehlich’s Farm - Furlong, PA
Their fall festival runs Saturday and Sunday beginning late September. Enjoy a 3 acre corn maze, hayride, 4 acre pumpkin patch and fall festival throughout October.
Hellerick’s Family Farm - Doylestown, PA
Their fall festival starts September 15th. A Bucks County family farm with 18 acres of fun has a fall harvest festival with hayrides, pumpkin field, pumpkin rolling, 5 acre maze, farm animals, children’s farm activities and jr. farmer fun area for those under 5 years old. It runs from the middle of September through early November. They also have a nighttime Harvest Moon Hayride for the whole family and an aerial adventure park. The address is 5500 North Easton Road, Doylestown, PA 18902. It is 43 miles north of downtown Philadelphia.
Highland Orchards - West Chester, PA
A 200 acre West Chester farm with a fall festival featuring apple and pumpkin picking daily plus weekend activities. They are located at 1000 Marshalton Thorndale Rd., West Chester, PA 19380. They are 43 miles west of Philadelphia. More than 20 varieties of apples available for picking during autumn.Pre-pay bags available for 1/2 peck and 1/2 bushel with volume discounts for purchasing more than one.Ten percent discount on the price during weekdays.They also have weekend hayrides, kid’s hay maze and scarecrow building.Apple cider donuts and fresh baked piesavailable daily from the farm market and bakery.
Hurricane Hill Farm - Coatesville, PA
A fourth generation Chester County farm with corn field maze and pick your own pumpkins. They also have hay rides, corn slide and farm animals. The address is 704 E. Reeceville Road, Coatesville, PA. It is located 46 miles west of Philadelphia.
Kohler Farms - Prospectville, PA
Enjoy the fall pumpkin patch and hayrides starting on September 29th. Kohler Farms is run by Pat Kohler and her son Nathan, whose family has been farming in Bucks and Montgomery County for seven generations. The current Horsham township location has been a working farm for more than 70 years. In the fall, they offer a 20 minute weekend hayride and u-pick pumpkins. They are located at 1262 Limekiln Pike, Prospectville, PA. This is 31 miles north of Philadelphia.
Linvilla Orchards - Media, PA
Pumpkinland is their annual fall event and it begins this year on September 8th. They have both pick your own and farm store fruits and vegetables. They have pumpkins of all shapes and sizes but you can not pick them from the field. Concession stands, a garden center store, ice cream shop, bakery, and plenty of farm fun. Little kids enjoy the The Barnyard and Playland Playground areas. Take a train ride, enjoy mini golf, take a pony ride, explore The Planet museum. Their big event is Pumpkinland which runs from the second weekend in September through early November. It is full of pumpkins, apple picking, decorations, toys, corn mazes, and hayrides. This is a popular fall activity for Philly residents due to its proximity to Center City.
Milky Way Farm - Chester Springs, PA
Milky Way Farm is a 103 acre family farm run by the Matthews family for four generations. In the fall, they host Pumpkin Harvest Season at their u-pick pumpkins and corn maze. They offer both both pumpkins off the vine in the 10 acre field and pre-cut pumpkins for sale. Free hayrides are offered on weekends to the pumpkin picking. There’s also farm animals and fam fresh ice cream. They are located at 520 East Uwchlan Ave., Chester Springs, PA 19425. It is 34 miles west of Philadelphia.
Shady Brook Farm - Yardley, PA
U-pick pumpkins and enjoy a wagon ride at PumpkinFest held at Shady Brook Farm. Corn maze, apple picking, giant jumping pillows, straw maze, pig races (weekends) and more! At night on the weekends, the farm becomes haunted with HorrorFest, offering four attractions including a haunted hayride and haunted barn. This is one of our favorite attractions because they have so many fall things to do. Lots of daytime activities both for kids and adults. Attraction opens weekends the middle of September and daily between October 5th through Halloween. The address is 931 Stony Hill Road, Yardley, PA 19067. It is 29 miles northeast of downtown Philadelphia.
Solly Farm - Ivyland, PA
The fall event starts on September 22rd with apple picking and September 29th for pumpkin picking. A pick your own farm with a bakery, greenhouse, hayrides and fall events. The address is 707 Almshouse Road, Ivyland, PA. It is 28 miles north of downtown Philadelphia.
Sugartown Strawberries - Malvern, PA
The farm is open everyday starting September 29th. Sugartown Strawberries is located on Willisbrook Farm, a 230 acre Chester County working farm. Select your pumpkins from the patch after a tractor-drawn hayride wagon ride on weekends from late September through Halloween. The address is 650 Sugartown Road, Malvern, PA which is 29 miles west of downtown Philadelphia.
Winding Brook Farm - Warrington, PA
A fourth generation dairy farm in Bucks County in operation for more than 110 years. They have invited guests to their 200 acres for fall agritainment for more than ten years. They have u-pick pumpkins with daytime hayrides and a five acre corn maze. At night, the maze and hayride turn haunted! The pumpkin patch is open throughout October on weekends and select days. The corn maze and other activities start in August. This is another great place to visit. The address is 3014 Bristol Road, Warrington, PA. It is located 35 miles north of downtown Philadelphia.