Trust us, fall is here (even though the temps may say otherwise). Get in the mood for Halloween with a visit to one of Orlando’s best pumpkin patches. These pumpkin patches offer a full day of family activities like pedal bikes, corn bins, hay rides and corn mazes. Scroll through you plan your pumpkin picking adventure!
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Southern Hill Farms
With the (sometimes) crisp fall air and the thrill of the holidays waiting to be celebrated, there’s nothing quite like the magic of a Fall Festival at the farm. Seasonal favorites are around every corner—think hot, fresh apple cider donuts, craft beer, s’mores for roasting over fire pits and a wide variety of pumpkins in all colors, shapes and sizes. Children are filled with delight at the sight of festival rides, bounce houses and a petting zoo.
16651 Schofield Rd.
Harvest Holler Farm and Corn Maze
Come and experience a real working family farm with animals, activities and a giant hay mountain. From there you can overlook the Old Farm Miniature Golf Course and get an aerial view of Big Frank-n-Slide, one of the farm’s most popular attractions. Don’t miss the corn maze!
950 Tavares Rd.
Polk City, FL
Showcase of Citrus Pumpkin Ponderosa
This spot that is usually all about the citrus is hosting a Pumpkin Ponderosa for the fall season. Their pumpkin patch offers a wide variety of pumpkins in many sizes. The Country Store offers orange juice slushies, Creamsicles, jams, jellies, honey, hot sauces, soaps and much more. Book a monster truck tour for the ultimate fun!
5010 US Highway 27
Scott’s Maze Adventures
Come get lost in this massive corn maze that has a unique design each year, with twisting pathways, questions and answers, and picture rubbings. Visit the confusion tree maze, take a farm tour and pick the perfect pumpkin.
26216 County Road 448A
Mount Dora, FL
Santa’s Fall Fun: A Lot of Pumpkins
At this spot, pumpkins from Ohio and New York are fresh picked, and then displayed in a shaded lot to help preserve their freshness. Pumpkins are priced by size, and most range between $3 and $12. You can even carve your pumpkins here and leave the mess behind. The Magical Maze has thirteen scary monster pictures hidden throughout—find them all and win a prize! The horse and pony rides, hay rides, bounce pillow, giant slide, barrel cart rides, mazes and play area are open continuously during fall hours.
35317 Huff Rd.
Lake Catherine Farms: Fall Maze & Pumpkin Patch
While blueberries usually the name of the game here, pumpkins and corn mazes take over come fall. They have a Scavenger Hunt Maze for families and super-scary haunted mazes for older kids and adults. They also offer free hayrides, tractor train rides and photo opportunities with vintage tractors and automobiles. For young farmers, the “hayground” and corn box are back, as well as assorted yard games for our more competitive guests.
5849 Lake Catherine Rd.