Fall is definitely my favorite season. From the changing leaves to bonfire and football and hoodies – I love it all!
I always look forward to packing up the family for a visit to one of our local pumpkin patches (and we have a LOT of them!). Pick your own pumpkin, take a hayride, test your skill in a corn maze, and enjoy all the goodness of fall! I love every bit of it!
In an attempt to visit some new spots this fall, I created this handy guide for all of the Cincinnati area pumpkin patches. I hope it will help you pick YOUR perfect pumpkin and have a great fall outing!
Please remember the events are likely to be weather dependent. If the weather is “iffy”, be sure to check with the host before heading out the door (we’ve included the phone number for each spot).
In addition, some farms may not accept credit or debit cards so be prepared with cash!
Map of Local Pumpkin Patches
Find a Pumpkin Patch Near Me
Pumpkin Patches – East Side
Blooms and Berries Farm Market
9669 S. St. Rt. 48, Loveland, Ohio 45140
“Fall on the Farm” includes pumpkin patches, hayrides, a pumpkin bounce pad, corn mazes (one 5 acre traditional maze plus one just for kids), farm animals, play area, and more.
Burger Farm & Garden Center
7849 Main Street (ST. RT. 32), Newtown, OH 45244
Enjoy their fall festival events every weekend in October. Their “Play All Day” admission includes a hay ride to the pumpkin patch, a giant jumping pillow, mini zip lines, live entertainment, and more.
1737 Ohio 131, Milford, Ohio 45150
Shaw’s Fall Festival includes lots of fall on the farm fun including tractor or horse drawn hay rides through the farm (starting the third weekend of Sept and running through Oct. 31, weather permitting), a 15 acre corn maze, interactive playgrounds, farm animals, and special weekend activities.
See our post here
3020 Schaller Rd, Bethel, Ohio 45106
There’s not a lot of info out there on the Simmons Farm fall event offerings. We know they have a pumpkin patch and hope to have more details for you soon! Farm hours are Thurs and Saturday only.
Pumpkin Patches – West Side
Brown’s Family Farm Market
11620 Hamilton – Cleves Road, Hamilton, Ohio 45013
Head to Hamilton and enjoy their pumpkin patch, hayrides, a corn maze, a straw maze, farm animals, a picnic area, and several play areas. They grow and sell their own corn stalk bundles plus Indian corn, squash, assorted gourds, and mums.
Pumpkin Patches – North
3779 State Route 132, Clarksville, Ohio 45113
Head to Warren County for Fall Farm Days. Farm admission includes their Adventure Hay Ride, corn maze, archery, giant slingshots, Clodhopper Golf, play area, and more. They also have a pick your own pumpkin patch and pony rides (extra fees).
Bridgett’s note: not to be missed = their homemade food (fantastic!)
Hidden Valley Orchards
5474 North State Route 48, Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Festival Weekends at HVO features fall foods, family fun, and live entertainment each weekend. Don’t miss their October 12th and 13th Pumpkin Festival which includes hayrides, pumpkin picking, apple cider and more.
See the events here
Iron’s Fruit Farm Pumpkins and Hayrides
1640 Stubbs Mill Road, Lebanon, Ohio 45036
This 4th generation farm offers a pumpkin patch, hayrides, a 12 acre corn maze, and bakery goods including pies, apple fritters, cider donuts, caramel apples, and more. Their season runs from the last weekend in September through all weekends in October. They even have some apple picking opportunities in the fall (weather dependent).
Iron’s on Facebook
5490 South Dixie Highway, Franklin, Ohio 45005
Head north for Pumpkin Fest, happening on Saturdays and Sundays in October. Celebrate the season with u-pick pumpkins, hayrides, cow train rides, a one acre corn maze, large play area with corn boxes, and more.
Niederman Family Farm
5110 Lesourdsville West Chester Rd., Liberty Township, Ohio 45011
This 4th generation farm is home to dairy cows, chickens, pigs, corn, hay, and more. General admission includes a 4 acre corn maze, hayrides, a jumping pillow, climbing wall, and more. You can even rent bonfire rings (and you can bring your own food)!
Windmill Farm Market
1454 E. State Route 73, Springboro, Ohio 45066
We’ll be making the trip to Springboro for this one in 2019! Their Fall Festival events begin Sept. 21 and goes through October 22, 2019. Enjoy a family friendly adventure hayride, animals, pumpkins, a play area, and more.
Pumpkin Patches in Kentucky
1835 Sherman Mt. Zion Road, Dry Ridge, Kentucky 41035
They offer loads of family friendly activities including a u-pick pumpkin patch, hayrides, chunkin’ pumpkin launcher, turbo slide, barrel train ride, corn boxes, animals, kids’ corn maze, sand tunnels play area, and more. The farm says: Google doesn’t take you the best way – be sure to check out their suggestions here.
10165 Old Union Road, Union, Kentucky 41091
Farm Haven will be open for the fall season on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays in October. Your admission includes their corn maze, hayride to feed the cows, a petting zoo, the Labyrinth, and a tour of their 1800s log cabin.
4175 Burlington Pike, Burlington, Kentucky 41005
Fall Fest at Kinman Farms offers a hayride, The Great Pumpkin Express rides, a 5 acre corn maze, a carnival tent, live bands, pony rides, lazer tag, and more.
6922 Four Mile Rd, Melbourne, Kentucky, 41059
Neltner’s Fall Festival includes a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, a corn maze, petting zoo, pony rides, live music events, and more.
103 Gibson Lane, Wilder, Kentucky, 41076
Please note: reservations required for their Pumpkin Patch Tours. Take a 2 hour hands-on guided tour that includes a hayride to the pumpkin patch. Families can milk a goat, hold chick and bunnies, visit alpaca and emu, and more. Enjoy free apple cider and cookies on the weekends (at the farm store).
Pumpkin Patches in Indiana
8134 N. State Line Road, Brookville, Indiana 47012
Head to western Indiana for the fall activities at Wendel Farms including a 6+ acre corn maze, straw bale maze for kids, animals, hayrides to the pumpkin patch, and more.