Pumpkin Patches near Green Bay and Appleton, Wisconsin

Find Green Bay pumpkin patches for fall fun with hayrides, corn mazes, live animals and many other types of October fun.  This list has farms near Appleton, Green Bay, Fond du Lac and Sheboygan.  Most are open from the middle of September through October with weekend activities.
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Mulberry Lane Farm – Sherwood, Wisconsin.  A petting farm offering a real country farm experience. Six acres of pick your own pumpkins and hay rides available in the fall. Pony rides also available. The petting farm is open from May through October with Milk a Cow, Kiss a Pig, and Catch a Chicken type fun.  Mulberry Lane Farm was purchased by the Keyes family in 2005 after becoming friends with the Schwabenlander family, who ran the farm for more than 100 years. The farm is located a few miles from Green Bay and is easily accessible from the other nearby communities. General admission is $12 per person with children under 24 months free. Farm is open daily starting in mid-September when pumpkin picking starts up.  The farm is located at W3190 County Road B, Hilbert, WI 54129.  It is approximately 28 miles from Green Bay and 15 miles from Appleton.

Polly’s Pumpkin Patch – Chilton, Wisconsin.  Located in northeast Wisconsin with 50 varieties of pumpkins and gourds. Polly’s was opened in 2003 when Gary Juckem and Polly Rolland purchased the farm started by his great grandparents. Country market offers fresh produce and local products. Cornfield maze is located in Eastern Fox Valley a short drive from Appleton and Green Bay. Barnyard animals include goats, cows and sheep. Also enjoy the corn cannon, Hillbilly Downs horse racing and family fun center with pumpkin bowling, mini mazes, duck races and more.  The farm is located at N4367 Highway 57, Chilton, WI 53014.  It is approximately 35 miles south of Green Bay.

Waldvogel’s Farm – Juneau, Wisconsin.  A patch for pumpkin picking one hour from Milwaukee. It features hayrides, two corn mazes, a farm train, mine shaft slide, mini golf and other farm activities. A total of 16 fall pumpkin farm attractions available for an admission price of $7-8. No charge for children 2 and under who are not on a group tour. The farm is run by Phil and Debbie Waldvogel, who started growing corn and soybeans at the farm in 1977. Open daily starting in late September and throughout October.  The farm is located at N7416 County Road I, Juneau, WI. 53039.  It is approximately 31 miles southwest of Fond du Lac.

The Little Farmer Orchard and Farm Market – Malone, Wisconsin.  A 20 acre pumpkin patch on Lake Winnebago near Fond du Lac with 20 varieties of pumpkins. U-pick pumpkins, hay rides (weekends), pre-picked pumpkins, corn maze, barnyard animals, and apple orchard. The apple orchard was started in 1890.  It runs from Mid-September through October.  The farm is located at N9438 Hwy. 151, Malone, WI 53049.  It is approximately 51 miles south of Green Bay or 10 miles north of Fond du Lac.

Berry Land – Abrams, Wisconsin.  Pick your own pumpkins from the field or buy a pre-picked pumpkin. Other fun activities available include face painting, pumpkin painting, munchkin maze, corn box and duck races. Hayrides every Saturday and Sunday in October. Tractor pulled haunted hayrides for young families and kids of all ages.  The farm is located at 5810 Heimke Lane, Abrams, WI.  It is approximately 19 miles north of Green Bay.


Spieker’s Pumpkin Farm – Random Lake, Wisconsin.  Pick your own pumpkins open from late September through October. Free admission. Corn maze ($4 per person), wagon rides and concessions on weekends. There is also a straw maze and petting barn. A family owned farm for more than 100 years, it was a dairy farm and then a hog farm before it became a pumpkin farm.  The farm is located at N1181 Hwy. 57, Random Lake, WI 53075.  It is approximately 39 miles north of Milwaukee.


Cavanaugh Carriages – Neenah, Wisconsin.  Pick your own pumpkin field, hayrides, and farm animals at this 140 acre family farm run by Rodger and Jan Cavanaugh. Admission is $7 per person, including pumpkin, with children 1 year of age and under are free. Haunted hayrides starting in mid-October on Friday and Saturday nights for $5-10 per person. Enjoy the campfire before your ride. Hot Chocolate and caramel apples are also available.  The farm is located at 3910 W. Fairview Road, Neenah, WI 54956.  It is approximately 41 miles southwest of Green Bay.

Sunny Acres Farm – Oshkosh, Wisconsin.  The Sunny Acres Farm is open Sept 1 – Oct 31. Pick your own pumpkin, farm stand, gifts, farm animals, bounce house, mini golf, and train ride.  The farm is located at 4759 City Hwy. GG, Oshkosh, WI.  It is approximately 20 miles southwest of Appleton.

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