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Here Are the Best Patches to Pick Your Own Pumpkin in the Main Line

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Are you ready to pick your perfect pumpkin? These farms and patches in the Philadelphia suburbs await with jack-o-lanterns galore.

Hitting the pumpkin patch is a must during the fall season. In the Main Line region, a number of farms around the area offer everything from apple picking to hayrides for the whole family. Don’t miss out on everything pumpkin spice and apple cider for some take-home treats, too!

Highland Orchards

Pick your own pumpkin or shop the huge variety of fall items including gourds, corn stalks, straw, mums, décor and more every Friday to Sunday in October. Don’t forget to stock up on apples for autumn baking before you leave.

1000 Marshallton Thorndale Road, West Chester

Indian Orchards Farm

With year round fruit-picking, Indian Orchards adds pumpkins during the fall season. Open from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily, the farm has a wide variety of apples for the best homemade apple pie.

29 Copes Lane, Media

Linvilla Orchards

For many, it wouldn’t be fall without a trip to Linvilla Orchards. Located in Media, this autumn essential has over 100 tons of pumpkins ready to be taken home and decorated. Before stocking up on the season’s favorite gourd, take a hayride, train ride or pony ride, then visit the barnyard animals and enjoy bites from the various seasonal food vendors.

137 Knowlton Road, Media

 

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Merrymead Farm

At this Lansdale gem, visitors can find all the necessities. From pumpkins, fall décor, apples and donuts to an assortment of activities, Merrymead has everything locals need for fall fun. Come out every Saturday and Sunday for the 38th annual Harvest Days celebrations.

2222 S. Valley Forge Road, Lansdale

Milky Way Farm at Chester Springs Creamery

Pumpkin Harvest season is back now through the end of October with corn mazes and farm animals. With a $5 admission ticket, you get two hours of pumpkin picking fun.

521 E. Uwchlan Ave., Chester Springs

 

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Northern Star Farm

Every weekend throughout the month of October, enjoy the pumpkin patch, hay rides, corn mazes, paint ball, apple slingshot, air cannon, pony rides, cow train, farm animals and, of course, apple cider donuts! Northern Star Farm truly has all of the fall activities you could want.

96 E. 3rd Ave., Trappe

Nor-View Farm Park

Upper Merion Township hosts the Fall Fun Festival every weekend in October. It features a corn maze, food trucks, sack racing, axe throwing, a beer garden, hay wagon rides, a pumpkin patch and many more fun activities for the entire family.

670 North Henderson Road, King of Prussia

Sugartown Strawberries

Despite its name, Sugartown Strawberries knows a thing or two about pumpkins. Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch, full of both miniature and enormous pumpkins.

650 Sugartown Road, Malvern.

Yeager’s Farm & Market

Autumn at Yeager’s Farm & Market has everything you need for the fall season. The Phoenixville farm even offers private parties for larger groups. Don’t miss out on the hayrides and greenhouse tours this season.

1015 Pikesprings Road, Phoenixville

Related: Pick Your Own Apples at These Orchards in the Philadelphia Suburbs

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