The 10 Best Pumpkin Patches in North Carolina! By
It wouldn’t be October without pumpkins. North Carolina has a plethora of pumpkin patches throughout the state to help celebrate the season. Here’s the 10 best pumpkin patches in the state so you and your family can indulge in the autumnal bliss!
Green Acres Farm operates using the honor system for selling their pumpkins, with prices ranging from $2 to $20 per pumpkin.
During each Saturday in October, the Farmer’s Daughter has tractor-pulled hayrides to the family-owned 107-acre farm where pumpkins can be chosen for $5/rider.
With a five-acre corn maze, musical hay ride, and pumpkin picking, Ballantyne Area’s Hall Family Farm is truly a place for fall family festivities.
Whitaker Farms welcomes guests to picnic by the pond and visit its greenhouses, strawberry fields, and pumpkin patches.
Youngsville, North Carolina’s Hill Ridge Farms hosts a fall festival lasting until mid-November with activities including pumpkin picking, hayrides, and train rides.
In addition to their pumpkin patch, Riverside Family Farm also has corn stalks and bundles, straw bales, and mums for all of your decorative needs.
During the autumn season, Vollmer Farm in Bunn, North Carolina, offers pre-picked pumpkins, gourds, and mums as well as pick-your-own pumpkins.
Though primarily known for growing more than 22 varieties of apples, Sky Top Orchard in Flat Rock, North Carolina, also has pumpkins (and pumpkin doughnuts).
Beside the New River in Boone, North Carolina, you’ll find the New River Pumpkin Patch and its varieties including giant, heirloom, and Jarrahdale pumpkins.
With a carnival maze, artisan village, and picnic barn among other attractions, Red Wolf Farm has pick-your-own pumpkins for $2-$4/each for a fun yet affordable trip.