Best Pumpkin Patches in America

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There are pumpkin patches all over the place that crop up in the fall. Here the ones you can’t miss this year, according to the Daily Meal.
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Craven Farm, Snohomish, Washington

Craven Farm grows 30 kinds of pumpkins and they also have a corn maze and animals.
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The Great Pumpkin Farm, Clarence New York

In addition to pick your own pumpkins, this patch features costume contests, pig racing, a pie eating competition and a zombie mud run.
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Wright Family Farm, Warwick, New York

You can choose your pumpkin for carving here, but don’t forget to sample the pumpkin treats, from fudge to pie.
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Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch, Middleton, Maryland

After you’re done choosing a pumpkin, you can enjoy the crafts display here where you can buy homemade items, baked goods and decorations for the fall.
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Roloff Farms, Helvetia, Oregon

If colored pumpkins are what you want, go to this farm. It’s been made famous on the TLC program, “Little People, Big World.”
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Linvilla Orchards, Media, Pennsylvania

Pumpkinland is the main attraction here with hay rides, corn mazes and pony rides.
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Shady Brook Farms, Yardley, Pennsylvania

Kids will love the fun during the day with inflatables and a corn maze and adults will love coming back after dark for a haunted tour.
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Baughers Orchards and Ranch, Westminster, Maryland

Pumpkins aren’t the only thing you’ll find here. There’s also loads of fruits, a beehive and a bakery. The Fall Harvest Festival is a great event for the entire family.
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Walters’ Pumpkin Patch, Burns, Kansas

Once you’ve found your perfect pumpkin, stay for the pumpkin cannon, the human gerbil wheel and Graveyard Golf. Don’t miss the haunted corn maze either.
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Siegels’ Cottonwood Farm, Crest Hill, Illinois

In addition to thousands of pumpkins, this patch also has animals, hay rides, a puppet theater, a train and zombie paintball.
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