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Eckert’s - Grafton, IL
The Grafton farm began allowing pick your own apples in 1963. In addition to the Grafton location, both the Belleville and Millstadt locations also allow apple picking. Each location has its own activities, with some activities only on weekends.Grafton has pony rides, camel rides, miniature golf, farm animals and other entertainment. Millstadt has pig races, corn maze, haunted hayride, pumpkin patch and other activities. Belleville is the original site of their 1910 roadside stand and has a country restaurant, Country Store, garden center and kids activities. The orchard also offers apple cider, cider donuts, pies, and other goodies.
Golden Valley Farms - Washington, MO
Sorry folks this pumpkin patch and farm are permanently closed.
Herman’s Farm - St Charles, MO
Herman’s Farm Orchard has been in business since 1985. They offer hay rides and pumpkins that you cut right off the vine. They also have u-pick apples and kid’s play area. They are open daily in season. The location address is 3663 N Highway 94, St Charles, MO. It is about 26 miles northwest of St Louis.
Mills Apple Farm - Marine, IL
Family owned and operated on land settled nearly 200 years ago – the farm was purchased by the Mills family in 1971. The first commercial apple orchard was planted here in 1973 and now has 16 varieties of apples available for pick your own, as are pumpkins. There are children’s activities, and tractor and wagon rides are free and available on weekends. Bakery goods, including pies and cookies, are made on site. They are still replacing their cider operation (they lost everything in their market in a 2014 fire, and are still coming back from it). They also offer Christmas trees, both farm grown and pre-cut, beginning after Thanksgiving.
Pin Oak Farms - New Haven, MO
Pick your pumpkins in the pumpkin patch. They are located between Washington and Hermann about an hour west of Saint Louis and an hour southeast of Columbia. Other activities include the 5 acre maze of corn, farm animals and kiddie corral. Open on Saturdays and Sunday in October. The address is 2431 Highway E, New Haven, MO 63068.
Pumpkins Galore - Wright City, MO
Opened in 1988 by the Mikus family. They now grow over 100 acres of pumpkins on this 180 acre farm. Weekday fun includes straw maze, bounce house, pedal tractors, swing set and petting zoo. Weekend fun includes pony rides, horse-drawn wagon rides, face painting and live music. Free admission and many of their activities are free. They are open from the last weekend in September through Halloween. The address is 26415 South Stringtown Rd., Wright City, MO 63390. It is located about 51 miles west of St Louis.
Relleke Pumpkin Patch - Granite City, IL
A 10 acre pick your own pumpkins grown on a family farm started in the late 1800s. Enjoy the 5 acre jungle maze, hay ride, petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, pumpkin painting, mini golf and haunted barn. It is open every weekend in October. The address is 473 Sand Prairie Road, Granite City, IL 62040. It is located about 7 miles northeast of East St. Louis, Illinois.
Rhodes Family Farm - Worden, IL
Now called Boonies Farm the pumpkin field is open Saturday and Sunday from September 12th through Halloween. Enjoy the hayride, corn maze, farm animal petting zoo, fort maze, zip line, tricycle track, hay fort, slide, barrel train and corn crib. Located in Madison County northeast of St. Louis and south of Springfield. The address is 8863 Dustman Rd., Worden, IL 62097. It is about 41 miles northeast of East St. Louis, IL.
Schartz Orchard - Centralia, IL
They have two locations, but only Centralia has u-pick apples and a pumpkin patch. Enjoy their award winning apple cider, fresh produce and baked goods (including year round apple cider donuts!) from their complete kitchen. They also distribute their Schweet Juice, their 100% all natural fruit juices, to wineries and microbreweries. They offer an Apple Festival each year at the Centralia location.
Stuckmeyer’s Farm - Fenton, MO
A fourth generation family owned vegetable farm. U-pick and pre-picked pumpkins for sale. Activities include farm animals, hay rides, pony rides, corn maze and inflatables. They also have an inflatable haunted house. Located south of St. Louis between Fenton and Arnold. About the farm: Walter Stuckmeyer and his wife, Marie Keller, started the original farm at another location in 1935. They bought 12 acres at the current location in 1964. It is now a fourth generation farm consisting of more than 200 acres. The address is 249 Schneider Dr., Fenton, Mo 63026. It is about 21 miles south of downtown St Louis.
Sullivan Farms - Florissant, MO
Over 20 years of autumn harvest fun with pumpkins and hay rides. A variety of pumpkins available from the last weekend of September through the end of October. Also have fun with their straw castle maze and bounce house. Gourmet foods available in the pole barn. Free admission. The address is 16704 New Halls Ferry Road, Florissant, MO 63034. It is about 21 miles south of St Louis.
Valley Farms - Foristell, MO
Located in the northwest corner of St. Charles County five miles from Wentzville. Open every weekend in October from 10 AM to 5 PM. Free admission. On weekends enjoy the hay ride ($2), mini barn hay maze, barrel train ($2) and gold panning ($6). The address is 1125 Dietrich Rd., Foristell, MO 63348. It is about 49 miles east of St Louis.