If you’re looking for a fun, socially-distanced, family-friendly activity to do this Fall, nothing beats visiting a pumpkin patch.
These farms and markets in and around Pittsburgh are open for the 2020 season, offering pumpkins (and hayrides, apple cider and corn mazes!) galore.
Pumpkin Patches Near Me: Pittsburgh Pumpkin Patches 2020
Soergel Orchards has opened up their Pumpkin Patch and Apple Orchard for picking this year, and will be able to serve a limited amount of guests every day. Pumpkin patch hours are Monday – Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Soergel Orchards will also have their market open with take-out items like cider doughnuts and pies. Soergel Orchards (2573 Brandt School Road, Wexford)
Wexford’s Shenot Farm has opened their pumpkin patch for the 2020 season from now through October 31. It’s open seven days a week from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for pick-your-own pumpkins. Walking is the only permitted mode of entrance, and is about a half-mile walk. Tickets are $2 on the weekends per person, and pumpkins are available for purchase. Shenot Farm (3754 Wexford Run Road, Wexford)
Trax Farms is offering timed ticketing this year, which includes access to their pumpkin patch, along with a hayride, corn maze, and farm animals. Pumpkins are not included in the price. Tickets are $10 (children 2 and under are free), and will not be sold the day of. Trax Farms (528 Trax Road, Finleyville)
Simmons Farm has five acres of pumpkins for pick-your-own pumpkin fun, along with a host of other activities, including pumpkin corn hole, a hay maze, a corn maze with maze challenges, slides and a petting zoo. Tickets (which include a hayride, and any-sized pumpkin) are $13. Extra pumpkins are also available for purchase. Simmons Farm (170 Simmons Road, McMurray)
Triple B Farms
Pick-your-own pumpkins are available at Triple B Farms (they’re $8/pumpkin), and the farm is also hosting a series of Fall Fun days, offering hayrides, animal barn tours, corn mazes and more. Purchase tickets before visiting, as no walk-ins will be permitted. This year, Triple B says that there are “pumpkins galore,” but keep an eye on their Facebook page for apple-picking updates. Triple B Farms (823 Berry Lane, Monongahela)
Head south to Washington, PA to visit The Spring House Market’s pumpkin patch. From now through October 27, you can book weekend pumpkin patch hayrides, featuring a tractor-drawn hayride to their farm. Pick your own pumpkin, enjoy the corn maze or the kiddie corn maze, plus slides and more. Pumpkin picking tickets are $14/person, and non-picking tickets are $10/person. The SpringHouse (1531 Route 136, Washington)
From now through October 27, you’ll find lots of pumpkins at Cheeseman Farm. During the day, you can take a hayride ($4 per person), and pick-your-own pumpkins (pumpkins are available for purchase). At night, the farm turns into a Fright Farm, with haunted hayrides and corn mazes. Cheeseman Farm (147 Kennedy Road, Portersville)
Fair Haven Farms
Take a drive to Grove City to experience Fair Haven Farms. They’re open Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Fridays from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. are Toddler Time, where children ages 3 or 4 are admitted for half-price), Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Sundays from noon to 6:00 p.m. Ticket prices include a free hay ride to their own pumpkin patch with pick-your-own pumpkins (pumpkins are available for purchase). They also have a corn maze, food shack, and more farm activities. Fair Haven Farms (206 Lee Road, Grove City)
Iron Mills Farmstead
New Wilmington’s Iron Mills Farmstead is open through November 1, and offers a wagon ride to their pumpkins (pumpkins are available for purchase). There’s also fresh cider, straw mountains, a corn maze, and lots of other activities for kids. Tickets start at $13. Iron Mills Farmstead (252 Greenfield Road, New Wilmington)
Know of any other pumpkin patches in Pittsburgh or the surrounding areas? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll add it to our list!