Even though it might still feel like summer in Miami, October marks the time when we all want a little bit of the fall vibes in our house. These pumpkin patches around Miami are great opportunities to take the kids for some kettle corn and candy apples, and bring home your next jack-o’-lantern to carve. Here are some of our local favorites!

Pinto's Farm
Families love this spot that has tractor rides, pedal boats and a children's farm along with loads of pumpkins for picking. This year they are operating by reservation only to be sure to book before you head over. 

14890 SW 216 St.
Miami, FL
Online: pintofarm.com

Pumpkin Patch Florida
This spot offers pumpkins of all shapes and sizes ready for you to bring home and carve. 

8100 SW 104 ST

Miami, FL 

20002 Old Cutler Rd.
Cutler Bay, FL 
Online: pumpkinpatchfl.com


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The Berry Farm
Harvest Festival at the Berry Farm is something Miami families look forward to all year. You can expect to find a corn maze, jumping pillow, sunflower fields and of course, pumpkins for picking. Pro tip: Save $3 on weekdays after 3 p.m. for "happy hour." 

13720 SW 216th St.
Miami, FL
Online: floridastrawberryfarm.com

The Little Farm
This year's fall festival is happening by reservation only so make sure to book your spot before you head over. $10 admission includes a visit to the pumpkin patch, harvest market, animal farm, hay maze and outdoor games. There will also be pony rides for an additional $2. 

13401 S.W. 224 St.
Goulds, FL
: thelittlefarm.us

—Kate Loweth


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