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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.
Craven Farm, Snohomish, Washington
Craven Farm grows 30 kinds of pumpkins and they also have a corn maze and animals.
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.
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.
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.
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.”
Linvilla Orchards, Media, Pennsylvania
Pumpkinland is the main attraction here with hay rides, corn mazes and pony rides.
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.
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.
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.
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.