Pumpkin Patch? Red Lotus’ Pumpkin Patch Photography is proud to present a list of the 8 closest Pumpkin Patches Near Me in 2020. COVID-19/Coronavirus has made it a challenge in locating the Nearest Pumpkin Patch that is open this year.
Pumpkin Patch 2020
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Without further adieu, these are the pumpkin patches that we know are operating under the 2020 COVID constraints:
Address: 1714 Lincoln Hwy, Clinton, PA 15026
Phone: (724) 899-3438
Sept 26th, 27th & Every Weekend in October
Gates Open 10-5
ADMISSION | $7 per person
Bring the whole family and celebrate the fall season with our annual Pumpkinland located behind the Farm Market. Enjoy hayrides to the pumpkin patch (pumpkins are sold seperately for $.50/lb), face painting, the haunted boo barn, corn maze, straw jump, pony rides (children only), petting zoo & much more! Feel free to pack a lunch or visit the food vendors we have available.
Address: 823 Berry Ln, Monongahela, PA 15063
Phone: (724) 258-3557
A. Fall Fun Operating Dates: September 19th through November 1st. (estimated dates)
Saturdays & Sundays: 10am-5pm Activities close at 5pm. (Start date: Sept 19.)
Tuesday through Friday: 11am-4pm Activities close at 4pm. (Estimated Start date: Sept 22)
Monday: Market Open Only. 10am-5pm Activities closed.
B. PURCHASE Fall Fun Wristbands online.
There are a limited number of slots designated each day. Two weeks of dating will be released at a time, so there is less confusion. Please select your dates carefully. Events are RAIN OR SHINE.
We will NOT be selling tickets as Walk-Ins. All wristbands will be purchased online. Wristbands Sales Begin: Sept 4.
Wristbands: $10/person – Includes Hayrides, Animal Barn & Education Acres, 2 Corn mazes, Observation Beehive, Pumpkinland, & Jumping Pillows. All activities are designed for Adults & Children to enjoy together outdoors!
Address: 1856 Guffey Rd, Irwin, PA 15642
Phone: (724) 863-6930
October 2020- TBA
Best times and days book fast so call today!
â€œPlease note: Weather conditions may cause delays or cancellations. Our number one goal is to provide a safe experience for our guests. Please call our store for updates. Thank you!â€
GENERAL HAYRIDES (Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm to 4pm)
Hayrides are available to the general public without reservation
(Last wagon loads at 3:30)
Address: 2055 Stone Quarry Rd, Waterford, PA 16441
Phone: (814) 796-4500
September 19 â€“ November 1, 2020
Monday & Tuesday â€“ CLOSED
THE FARM WILL BE OPEN MONDAY, OCTOBER 12th COLUMUS DAY
Wednesday, 11AM â€“ 7PM
Thursday â€“ Friday, 11AM â€“ 7PM
Saturday & Sunday, 10AM â€“ 7PM
Experience Fall Harvest at Port Farms beginning in mid beautiful sunny September through the end of October. With a variety of activities, we are sure to please guests of all ages from those who are young to young at heart. Groups, Families and Friends enjoy the autumn air and ever changing glorious fall colors while visiting our sprawling farm in a beautiful country setting in Erie County, Pennsylvania among thrilling activities, shopping and dining experiences all while visiting an actual working farm. With over 37 activities and attractions here at Port Farms, our guests create long lasting memories worth repeating.
Address: 318 Ford City Rd, Freeport, PA 16229
Phone: (724) 294-0061
2020 Pumpkin Fest Schedule: Time 11am – 6pm
September – 26 & 27 FIRST WEEKEND SPECIAL – FOR EVERY TICKET PURCHASED, RECIEVE A FREE TICKET TO COME BACK IN OCTOBER 2020!!â€‹
Admission: $7:00 Per Person
(Children 3 and Under FREE)
Renshaw Farms is excited to hold its annual Pumpkin Festival in Freeport, Pa. We are happy to be a member of the Spookley the Square Pumpkin Program and to help raise awareness about Bullying. This program is based off the Spookely the Square Pumpkin Book and Spookley is the spokes person for this program.
Address: 528 Trax Rd, Finleyville, PA 15332
Phone: (412) 835-3246
Trax Farms Harvest Days
Nothing could ever replace Trax Farms Annual Fall Festival, but due to the current circumstances this year we will be offering Harvest Days!
Every Monday/ Wednesday/ Friday â€“ September 21st â€“ October 30th
Every Saturday/ Sunday â€“ September 19th â€“ November 1st
Buy Tickets Times:
Monday / Wednesday / Friday
12:00 pm â€“ 4:00 pm
Hayrides departing between 12:00 pm and 4:00 pm. Last Hayride Departs at 4:00 pm
Saturday / Sunday
10:00 am â€“ 5:00 pm
Last Hayride Departs at 5:00 pm
Address: 170 Simmons Rd, McMurray, PA 15317
Phone: (724) 941-1490
Hayrides and Fall Activities
Will open September 19, 2020
Fall Activities with Hayride (all included in price)
Also available walking to field this year (due to covid). Wristband is good for either as well as activities listed below.
A few changes this season due to Covid:
We will be trying to keep your experience at our farm similar to past seasons. We will have some changes and different options due to government requirements. Read below for changes this season. We will be adding hand sanitizing stations, limiting hayride capacity, and daily sanitizing of surfaces. This season we will also be adding walking on our ‘Harvest Trail’ to the pumpkin/activities area to ensure another option for social distancing. We will still be offering the hayrides to the pumpkin/activities area, but will limit the wagon to 2/3 capacity. Due to government regulations masks will be required on the hayride, market area, and anywhere social distancing can’t be maintained. When you arrive at the farm please follow signs and instructions so that you can be parked in the area for Hayrides, Walking, Apple Picking or Flower Picking. A wristband needs to be purchased for the hayride or to walk the ‘Harvest Trail’. We ask for your help this season to keep our customers and our employees safe.
Address: 5970 Koman Rd, Edinboro, PA 16412
Phone: (814) 734-2833
Grab a wagon and pick your own Pumpkin from our Pumpkin Patch. You can choose from 2-acres of pumpkins to pick.
Pick Your Own Pumpkin! Open during daylight Gift Shop hours. Thereâ€™s no lights in the field.
What does pumpkin patch mean?
Pumpkin patch may refer to: A garden where pumpkins are planted, commonly available for sale.
What is there to do at a pumpkin patch?
Often the following is included: Antique, Wee Zips, Swings and More Swings, Tire Climbing Pile, Super Sandbox, slack lines and rope tunnels, human foosball and the corn maze. Sometimes the following will be present: Special O Trebuchet, Pumpkin Cannon.
How many acres do you need for a pumpkin patch?
Although there are a few growers with a few hundred acres, “most of them raise from 2 to 40 acres.”
Is the pumpkin patch free?
Sometimes entrance into the Pumpkin Patch is free, please consult the pumpkin farms above directly for full pricing information. Prices for activities vary; activity tickets may be purchased online for some farms, in-person at others.
What is pumpkin patching?
Pumpkin patch may refer to: A garden where pumpkins are planted, commonly available for sale. Pumpkin Patch (retailer), a store in New Zealand selling children’s clothes. “Pumpkin Patch” (Scream Queens), the fifth episode of the American television series Scream Queens.
Are pumpkin patches free?
Most are open daily through Halloween (please visit the above websites for more specific schedules). The pumpkin patch is sometimes free to enter; often it offers fun for the entire family. Activities may include the following: picking your own pumpkins, tractor races, a bounce house, taking a tractor ride around the park, entering a haunted house, and enjoy delicious food.
Do pumpkin patches make money?
If you put a little work into it and manage your crop properly with respect to disease, insect and irrigation control, it can provide as much or more profit than row crops.
How much is a pumpkin at a pumpkin patch?
Often pumpkins are sold by size. Please consult the links above for more specific pricing information.