By Katie Moosbrugger

Whether you make your pumpkin patch visit a big family outing or a quick trip close to your home, consult our list first! Most of these patches will not begin selling pumpkins until early October (although some do start the end of September), so make sure you call the patch before you go. Our list also notes other fun things you can do at these patches (such as hay rides, corn mazes, story times, etc)! Also, be sure to visit our list of Triad-area Fall Festivals too. Many of these festivals offer pumpkin patches too!

If your favorite is not listed, please leave a comment telling us the name and location of the farm or email and we’ll get it added.

Alpha & Omega
~1129 Cheek Road, Hamptonville, NC
~ Saturdays and Sundays in September (starting Sept. 7); Friday, Saturdays and Sundays in Oct and November
~ Huge corn maze, plus tons of farm fun like pony rides, pumpkin sling shots, duck races, tug o’ war, and more!
~ Web site:

Armstrong Artisan Farm
~ 1499 Brook Cove Rd., Walnut Cove
~ Fridays and Saturdays from Sept. – Nov.
~ Corn maze and pumpkin patch. Take a hay ride around the farm and gather free range fresh eggs!
~ Web site:

Granite Ridge Farms
~ 5142 HWY 601 N, Mocksville
~ Fridays and Saturdays beginning October 5
~ Corn maze, petting zoo, jumbo slide, pumpkin patch, hay rides
~ Web site:

Hawks Pumpkin Patch
~ 2558 West Clemmonsville Road (between Ebert and Stratford)
~ It will be on your right if you turn left off Ebert onto Clemmonsville, and on your left coming from Main Street. Look for big tractor at the entrance.
~ Lots of props (wagons, hay bales) on site to make for great photo opportunities.
~ Web site:

Huckleberry Mountain Farm
~ 1400 Perch rd (17.93 mi), Pinnacle, North Carolina
~ Games, hayrides, pumpkins, pictures, s’mores, and even a maze! Children under 5 are free!
~ Facebook page:

Maple Springs United Methodist Church
~ 2569 Reynolda Rd, Winston Salem (At the intersection of Polo and Reynolda Roads, near WFU)
~ Pumpkins arrive in October sell until they’re gone
~ Web site:

Stone House Farm
~ 6145 Skylark Road, Pfafftown
~ In October, open Saturdays 11 am to 2, and Sundays 1 to 4 pm
~ They also have hayrides, as well as goats and chickens for kids to watch and pet
~ Follow them on Facebook for details:

Tanglewood Park
~ Tanglewood Farms inside of Tanglewood Park
~ Tractor driven rides to pumpkin patch on any day during October.
~ Call 766-9540 for reservations, information on group hay rides, and costs; reservations highly recommended
~ Web site:

Centenary United Methodist Church
~ 2300 West Friendly Ave (corner of Elam & Friendly)
~ Games for families on site, pumpkins arrive on October 12, 2019
~ Web site:

Hickory Grove UMC Pumpkin Patch
~ 5959 Hickory Grove Rd, Greensboro
~ Great place for photos for the family! Pumpkins will arrive on September 28, 2019!
~ Web site:

Iseley Farms
~ 2960 Burch Bridge Road, Burlington
~ Visit a real working family farm
~ Hayrides are available on Saturday & Sunday during October. Call to reserve your spot: (336) 584-3323
~ Web site:

Mount Pisgah Methodist Church
~ 2600 Pisgah Church Road, Greensboro (corner of Battleground & Pisgah Church)
~ First batch of pumpkins arrive September 28th
~ Website:

Piedmont Triad Farmers’ Market
~ 2914 Sandy Ridge Rd, Colfax
~ Has adorable pumpkin house that is great for pictures with kids
~ Web site:

Sawyer Farms
~ 6346 Beulah Church Road, Liberty
~ Call (336) 685-9645 before you go to confirm the pumpkins have arrived
~ Web site:

Archdale United Methodist Church
~ 11543 N Main St, Archdale
~ Call (336) 431-7111 to confirm pumpkins have arrived
~ Offers story times if groups call in advance to reserve a date and time
~ Web site:

Burton Road patch
Off Westchester. It does not have a name, but has a big orange pumpkin sign that says “pumpkins for sale.”

Clodbuster Farm
~ 5500 Leonard Farm Rd, Kernersville
~ The farm also has a corn toss and corn maze. Call before you go to confirm if pumpkins are in.
~ Web site:

Jamestown United Methodist Church
~ 403 E Main St, Jamestown
~ Story tellers and hay rides on site beginning Oct. 1, 2019
~ Web site:

Kernersville Pumpkins and Christmas Trees
~ 841 Old Winston Rd, Kernersville (behind J Peppers)
~ Games and craft table for kids, and food trucks (sometimes) on weekends!
~ Follow them on Facebook here:

Kersey Valley
~ 1615 Kersey Valley Rd, High Point
~ Admission fee required to visit the pumpkin patch, and includes cow train ride, corn maze, and giant jumping pillow. Additional fees for other attractions like gem dig, dinosaur discovery, zip lines, etc. Details of all attractions found on their web site.
~ Web site:

Quaker Lake
~ 1503 NC Highway 62 East, Climax
~ Hayrides, games, story times. Save the date for their Pumpkin Festival on Oct. 19th!
~ Web site:

Smith Hollow Farm
~ 5920 Smith Hollow Road, Kernersville
~ Opens weekends in October thru Nov. 3
~ Corn maze, pumpkin patch, hayride, 30+ activities, face painting, animal viewing & more!
~ Web site:

Whitaker Farms
~ 2991 Providence Church Road, Climax
~ Offer special group outings. On weekends, plans for movie nights, s’mores nights, and hay rides. Call to confirm when pumpkins will be ready.
~ Web site:

Blue Ridge Pumpkins
~ 813 Chantilly Drive, Fancy Gap, VA 24328
~ Pick your own pumpkin from the vine. They also offer a corn maze, tractor rides, fossil dig, bounce house and lots more!
~ Web site:

Carrigan Farms
~ 1261 Oak Ridge Farm Hwy, Mooresville
~ Come out for old-fashioned good times, and stay for hay rides (day and night) and the haunted trail!
~ Web site:

J.Razz & Tazz Farm
~ 466 Peeden Drive, Gibsonville
~ Play area for the little kids, hay rides, corn maze, haunted forest hayride, areas for picnics!
~ Web site:

Lazy Five Ranch
~ 15100 Highway 150 East, Mooresville, NC
~ All fall activities start on October 5
~ In addition to its popular “zoo”, Lazy Five also features the following activities in the fall:  Straw Castle, Wagon Rides, Corn Box, Marshmallow roasting, Pumpkin slingshot, Kettle corn, and Corn hole.
~ Web site:

Millstone Creek Orchards
~ 506 Parks Crossroad Church Road, Ramseur
~ Cider pressing demonstrations, pumpkin chunkin’, story times, pumpkin pinatas, hay rides, pumpkin pie eating contests, fire pit roasting. Admission fee required.
~ Web site:

Oak Grove Farm
~ 6142 Hwy 58, Buffalo Junction, VA 24529
~ Find your way through the corn maze, take a hay ride, pick a pumpkin, play on Hay Mountain, have a picnic or sit under a tree and enjoy the fresh air
~ Web site:

Patterson Farm
~ 10390 Caldwell Rd, Mount Ulla
~ Phone: (704) 797-0013
~ Traditional pumpkin patch with a TON of additional activities and special events (including a special pumpkin patch adventure for kids with special needs), as well as weekend festivities. Click HERE for a schedule of events.
~ Web site:

PEANUTS™ The Great Pumpkin Patch Express 
~ Bryson City Depot in Bryson City, NC
~ Must purchase tickets in advance. Details on the web site
~ The excursions, which are themed after Charles M. Schulz’s classic story “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” will be departing from the Bryson City Depot this October!
~ Web site:

The Great Pumpkin Fest at Carowinds
~ Carowinds in Charlotte
~ Weekends starting Sept. 14 – Oct. 27, 2019
~ Activities include a pumpkin patch, maze, tractor tour, a costume parade, a foam zone, and more!
~ Must purchase tickets
~ Web site:

Rural Hill
~ 4431 Neck Road, Huntersville
~ Corn mazes, hay rides, corn-hole, mini mazes, picnic areas, hiking trails, and pumpkin picking (starting in October)
~ Web site:

The Farm
~ 769 Bray Ford Road, Dobson
~ Tons of activities, including corn maze, sack races, a corn box, a salad garden, a pizza garden, pony rides, bounce houses, tractor rides, duck races, hay rides, train rides, chicken coop, picnic shelters, and more! Opens Sept. 14, 2019.
~ Web site:

Harvest Ridge Corntacular Adventure
~ 545 Service Road, Ruffin, NC 27326
~ Two giant mazes, plus a double sided hill side to zip down as well a Play Ground, The Giant Jumping Pillow, the Corn Cannon, Barrel Train, Hay Ride, Giant Corn Playbox, Mini Maze, GAGA Ball Pit, Bounce House and much more.
~ Follow their Facebook page here:

Did we leave out your favorite pumpkin patch? Add it as a comment below!

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