Here at Cincy Weekend, we're all about the experience. And when it comes to finding the perfect pumpkin, we think it should be done with your friends or family at a nice little farm on the outskirts of the Tri-State. With that in mind, here are 14 pumpkin patches in Cincinnati with fall festivals.
Brown's Family Farm Market
“Brown’s Family Farm Market in Hamilton, Ohio is open from late April through October 31 every year, 7 days a week. Each year in the fall Brown’s family activities include a pumpkin patch, hayrides, a corn maze, straw maze, farm animals, picnic area, play area and photo opportunities.”
Where: 11620 Hamilton Cleves Rd., Hamilton.
Burger Farm & Garden Center
“Burger Farm & Garden Center hosts one of the largest fall festivals on weekends in October with pumpkins, corn stalks, mums, gourds, apple cider, animated pumpkin land characters, hay, pony and amusement rides, games, food, music, farm animals, crafters and more.”
Fall Festival – Every weekend from September 29th to October 28th, 10am to 6pm
Where: 7849 Main St. (Route 32), Newtown
Hidden Valley Fruit Farm
“Hidden Valley Fruit Farm was founded in 1951 and now comprises of over 70 acres. We grow various fruits and vegetables including apples, pears, peaches, grapes, blueberries, strawberries, red raspberries, asparagus, tomatoes and more. Our festivals are times for fun with the whole family with train rides, hayrides, homemade treats and desserts, as well as plenty of fresh homegrown apples!”
Fall activities (hayride, pumpkin patch, barnyard + more) every weekend in September and October.
Where: 5474 North State Route 48, Lebanon.
Iron's Fruit Farm Pumpkins and Hayrides
“During the last weekend in September and all October weekends, hayrides for pumpkins run between 11:00am & 5:00pm. Our side-railed, tractor-driven wagons take you to our pumpkin patch where you can pick the perfect pumpkin. Then just board the next wagon that comes in (usually every 15 minutes) and bring your pumpkin back to be weighed. The wagon ride is FREE – you just pay for the pumpkin by-the-pound!”
Where: 1640 Stubbs Mill Rd., Lebanon
Niederman Family Farm
“Take a walk over to the pumpkin patch where you can pick our your favorite pumpkin. Big or small, flat or tall, or even green! We have them all. The pumpkins are priced by size! Pick out your favorite! Don’t forget to stop at our concession stand for our famous cinnamon-sugar donuts! Made fresh daily they can’t be beat. Also try our funnel cakes, kettle corn, carmel apples and other delicious fall treats!”
Fall Festival – September 21 through October 28
Where: 5110 Lesourdsville West Chester Rd., Liberty Township.
“Our Fall Festival features our huge corn maze with a kid-friendly treasure hunt, 2 interactive playgrounds, and our horse and tractor drawn hayrides through the scenic country-side that is Shaw Farms. If you haven’t visited the farm for our a-maze-ing Fall Festival then you are long overdue! Gather up the kids for a new family tradition full of plump, orange pumpkins, apples, and exciting fall fun!”
Fall Festival – All October Long
Where: 1737 Ohio 131, Milford.
“We raise crops we enjoy growing with our children and genuinely hope others enjoy their moments picking with their loved ones too. We offer the sale of pumpkins (September-November), hay, apples, eggs (all year). Don’t forget to stop by after the Thanksgiving season to try your hand at Pumpkin Chunking with our trebuchet!”
Where: 3020 Schaller Road, Bethel
Windmill Farm Market
“Our famous adventure hayride contains all the best parts of autumn. It includes educational information about how pumpkins survive and grow, views of our animals, and much more. The 30 minute trip takes you up and down hills, through the mud, and back to the pumpkin patch. The hayride trail is decorated for younger children but is surely to be enjoyed by people of all ages!”
Hayrides begin September 22nd and through October 28th.
Where: 1454 East State Route 73, Springboro.
“Our farm will be open on every Saturday and Sunday during October from 11am until 7pm. Admission is $10 for adults and children ages 3 and up. We have a $2 senior discount. Your admission price includes our Hayride to feed the cows, the Petting Zoo, the Labyrinth and a tour of our Log Cabin.”
Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October, 11 am – 7 pm.
Where: 10259 Tadpole Ln., Union.
“On the weekend you’ll find a Corn Maze, Barn Animals, Hayrides, Bonfires, Picnic Shelter, Pony Rides, Kinman’s Grill, Face Painting, Baked Goods, Pumpkin Patch, CornHole, Playhouse, Volleyball, Tetherball, Funnel Cakes & Much More!”
Fall Festival – September 21st to October 31st.
Where: 4175 Burlington Pike, Burlington.
“At Neltner’s Farm, autumn is the time for harvest and celebration, and we invite your family to join ours for the annual fall festival. There’s something for every member of your family: horse-drawn wagon rides, model train display, an expansive corn maze, our pick-your-own pumpkin patch, petting zoo, pony rides, homemade food and ice cream, farm shop, crafters, pottery, face-painting, seasonal apples, folk art, live music, a wonderful variety of demonstrations and a barrel train!”
Fall Festivals – Every weekend from September 29th through October 28th
Where: 6922 Four Mile Rd, Melbourne, KY.
“Families and small groups will delight in Sunrock Farm’s Pumpkin Patch Tour during the month of October. Experience a two hour hands-on guided tour. As part of your farm tour, climb aboard the hay wagon for a hayride out to the pumpkin field to choose that special pumpkin. Families have the opportunity to: Milk a goat, gather eggs, hold chicks & bunnies, hands-on time with cows, horses, sheep and goats, visit alpaca and emu, enjoy a hayride to the pumpkin patch, free apple cider and cookies on weekends at the farm store.”
Pumpkin patch tours in the month of October.
Where: 103 Gibson Ln., Wilder.