2021 The Best Pumpkin Patches Near Chester County

It's time to find the perfect pumpkin to decorate.  We have a list of the best pumpkin patches in and around the Philadelphia Area.  We even included a few pumpkin events for your family to visit for some inspiration.

Photo courtesy of Highland Orchards

Pumpkins and apples for as far as your eye can see!  Ride our shuttle service(socially distanced) to our orchards and pumpkin patches or select from our ever-growing selection at our farm market.  

Photo courtesy of Colonial Gardens

This Halloween display of colorful cartoon characters, scarecrows, hay hutch, & over ten tons of pumpkins is always a hit!

Photo courtesy of Shady Brook Farms

FallFest admission includes wagon rides to pumpkins, apples & sunflowers (apples & sunflowers while supplies last), corn maze, hay maze, jumping pillow, spider web, playground, go-carts, + an animated Chicken Show. Timed tickets must be purchased in advance.

An annual trip to Pumpkinland has been a family tradition for generations of Delaware Valley Residents. During September and October, Pumpkinland takes center stage at Linvilla Orchards. Larger than life figures and scarecrows illustrate the legends and lore of the harvest season, local history, and some of the many stories of pumpkins and apples.

Photo courtesy of Milky Way Farm


Our annual pumpkin harvest season at Milky Way Farm runs Sept 26-Oct 31, 2020. For Saturdays and Sundays, individual tickets must be purchased in advance to limit capacity in response to COVID19 regulations. Stroll to the pumpkin patch, wander through the corn maze, take family photos, and visit the farm animals as part of your 2-hour $5 admission ticket. Bring your own wagon to carry pumpkins, fall harvest items, vegetables, and honey products, which may be purchased during your visit. 

Photo courtesy of Arasapha Farm

Due to the ongoing Pandemic, only the corn maze, sunflower field, and pumpkin picking are open to the general public. This includes a Hayride to the Corn Maze and back to the parking lot. Our picnic areas and other activities are available for Birthday parties, family reunions, and other gatherings. Parties include a jump on the pillow bounce, pallet maze, tractor and truck playground, and corn cannons. But the fun doesn’t end there! Take a private hayride down to our all-new 5-acre corn maze, and walk through the sunflower field. You can also pick pumpkins for an additional fee.

Photo courtesy of Lytle's Farm

Pick-your-own pumpkin patch with a free hayride out to the fields.  Beyond the patch, you can find pumpkins and gourds in all sizes and colors, corn stalks, straw bales, corn maze, and more.   For everyone’s safety, we’re requiring face coverings and asking all visitors to please social distance while at the farm.

Ride a tractor-drawn wagon out to the pumpkin patch, where you can spend as long as you want to select the perfect pumpkins for every member of the family. Be sure you bring along your camera for some priceless photos. Of course, you can also just take the hayride and get your pumpkins on another weekend.

Thursday, October 14th & Friday, October 15th, 4pm - 9pm
Saturday, October 16th, 3pm - 9pm

Join us for a three-day Chadds Ford tradition where over 70 giant pumpkins are carved by local artists on Thursday and will be lit and displayed on Friday & Saturday. All three nights enjoy a 'kid-friendly Haunted Trail, raffle prizes, and live music. Food, local craft beer, and wine are available for purchase.

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