Pumpkin Patches, Fall Festivals and Spooktacular Events in Maryland and DC!
5620 Butterfly Lane, Frederick
Sept 23– Oct 31
Open Mondays – Thursdays 1 pm -7 p m; Fridays 1 pm-4 pm; Saturdays 10 am-10:30 pm; Sundays 10 am-7 pm
Admission: Weekdays $10; Friday – $14; Saturday – $17 /$9 seniors 2 and under free.
Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, Two Jumping Pillows, Rubber Ducky Races, Wagon Rides, Crunchy Corn Cribs, Farmer Golf, Giant Slides, Straw Mountains, Animal Barnyard, Crazy Color Mazes, Farmer Fastball, Swing the Ring, Hip Hop Balls, Pumpkin Train, Pig Races, Face Painting, Giant Pumpkin Cannon Show, Campfires and Night time maze experiences and more!
Montpelier Farms. Upper Marlboro. **Discount**
Sept 2 – Nov 5. Fridays 5 pm-11 pm; Saturdays 10 am-11 pm; Sundays 11 am-7 pm
Many activities included with admission: Corn maze, grass maze, hayrides, animals, pedal karts, hay and play, kids corral, hill slides, pedal tractors, korn crib, corn tepee, straw bale maze, farm football lounge, and pumpkin daycare, movies screening and more! Additional activities require tickets. Admission: $12/kids 2 and under free.
Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch. Middletown.
Open Daily Sept 23 – Oct 31; 10 am – 6 pm
Admission and hayrides are FREE. Pick your own pumpkin, Crazy Corn maze, mini wagon rides, petting zoo, pony rides, face painting. Price varies for additional activities.
Greenstreet Gardens Fall Festival & Corn Maze. Lothian.
Sept 23 – Oct 29. Saturdays & Sundays 10:30 am – 5 pm. Last ticket sold at 4:00 pm.
Underground slides, jumping pillow, cow-train, corn maze, straw bale maze and more! Admission: $13/ $10 for seniors (65+)/$10 for active/retired military with ID. Kids 30″ and under FREE.
Bowles Farms. Clements.
Sept 30 – Oct 29. Saturdays & Sundays 10 am – 6 pm.
Kids Play Area, Corn Maze Express, Kids Barrel Ride, Kids Corn Boxes, Petting Zoo, Straw Jumping Pits, Kids Slides and more. Admission:$10/ Children 3 and under FREE.
Forest Hall Farm Crazy Corn Maze. Mechanicsville.
Open Sept 30. Saturdays & Sundays. 9 am – 6 pm.
Hayride, farm animals, play and picnic area. Farm shop on site featuring farm-grown produce, flowers, meat, and a variety of baked goods and snacks. Admission:$7/ 3 years of age with purchase of adult admission is FREE.
Butler’s Pumpkin Festival. Germantown.
Sept 30 – Oct 29. 10 am-5 pm. Corn maze, pumpkin cannon, tractor pulls, giant slides, farm market. Admission:$12. Children 2 and under FREE.
Homestead Gardens Fall Fest. Davidsonville.
Sept. 23 -Oct. 29. Saturdays and Sundays, 11 am-4 pm.
Barnyard, corn maze, jumping pillow, pipe slide and pumpkin patch. Admission:$12
Spider Hall Farm. Prince Frederick.
Saturdays and Sundays through October 31.
This Calvert County Farm has a pumpkin patch, corn maze, petting zoo, haunted maze and hayride. Admission:$5+/Children 3 and under FREE.
Clark’s Eliok Farm. Ellicott City.
Open Daily, 9 am – 6 pm.
Petting farm, hayrides, pony rides, cow train, play areas, picnic area, and country store. Enchanted Forest themed attractions throughout farm. Admission:$7.50/ Children 1 and under FREE.
Shlagel Farms. Waldorf.
Saturday and Sunday in October.
Pick your on pumpkins, wagon rides, a petting zoo, a straw maze for the under 10 crowd, a corn box for clean sandbox type fun and educational tours for school or private groups. Admission:$9/Children 2 and under FREE.
Town of La Plata Fall Festival. La Plata Town Hall. La Plata. October 15; 12 pm – 3 pm.
Free activities, live entertainment, craft vendors and food for sale.
Harvest Festival. Riverdale House Museum. Riverdale. Park. October 15; 12 pm – 3:30pm.
Hands-on activities in the garden, open hearth kitchen, create autumn crafts, and snack on seasonal treats. $5/$2 12 & under.
Family Fall Festival. Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex. Landover. October 21; 1 pm – 4 pm.
Harvest fun-filled games, arts & crafts activities, petting zoo, moon bounces, live performances, health & wellness demos, free health screenings, fitness classes, food truck vendors, healthy snacks, and DJ. $7
The Great Jack O’ Lantern Campfire. Darnall’s Chance Museum. Upper Marlboro. October 21; 7 pm – 8:30 pm.
Bask in the warmth of a Fall campfire, roast marshmallows, and enjoy popcorn and hot cider. Listen to haunted Halloween tales, and see a dazzling display of hand-carved illuminated jack o’ lanterns!
Trick or Treat on the Square. Leonardtown. October 21; 3 pm -5 pm.
Celebrate Charles. Regency Furniture Stadium. Waldorf. October 21; 12 pm – 4pm.
Trick-Or-Treat Trail, Family Fun Zone, puppet show, performance by magician John Jenson and magic show by The Great Zucchini. FREE
The Harvest Renaissance Festival. Stephen Decatur Community Center. Clinton. October 22; 12pm-4pm.
Celebrate the harvest season, Renaissance style! Renaissance arena games, puppet show, crafts, amusements, storytelling, pumpkin patch, pony rides, best jester contest, and more. Parents or guardians get in free! Costumes are welcomed.
Halloween on the Farm. Old Maryland Farm. Upper Marlboro. October 23; 4 pm – 7 pm.
The whole family can enjoy the autumn celebration with crafts, games, a costume contest, and hayrides. Admission:$4
Trunk n Treat. Baden Community Center. Brandywine. October 25; 7 pm – 9 pm.
Snacks, activities, costume parade and a contest, Spooky Train Ride with Trunk & Treating.
Toddler Time Halloween. B&O Railroad Museum. October 26; 10:30am. Children listen to a Halloween story, create a craft, enjoy a train ride through the fictional town of Choo Choo Blueville, and parade in costume around the Museum to collect special treats.
Farm Fest Extravagana. The Show Place Arena. Upper Marlboro. Oct 28; 10 am – 7 pm
Family Western event with cowboys, cowgirls, and their horses coming together and performing routines and stunts, local performers, vendors, and pony rides. FREE
Halloween in the Gardens@ Annmarie Garden. Dowell. October 28; 11 am – 4 pm.
Dress the whole family and enjoy a day of trick-or-treating, art activities, lunch and more. $2
Annual Boo Bash. North Beach. October 28; 3 pm – 5 pm.
Witches & Wizards. B&O Railroad Museum. October 28-29. Edible potions, dragon hatching, magical mechanics, herbology, wand making, wizard shoe, sword demo, magical mount clare adventure train ride.
Harbor Halloween. National Harbor. October 29; 12pm – 2:30pm. Trick or treating, howl-lo-ween at the The Black Dog, movies on the lawn, pumpkin carving and kids ride free on the capital wheel with each paid adult.
Great County Farms. Bluemont.
Open Daily, Sep 23 – Oct 31.
Pick-your-own pumpkins, apple cider donuts, the Pumpkin Princess, P-Rex the pumpkin munchin’ dinosaur, Derby Pig Races, Rocks & Gems, Pumpkin Jumpin’ Pillow, a Double Barrel 60′ Slide, rope swings, corn maze and more. Admission: $8/child & $10/adult weekdays; $10/child & $12/Adult Weekends and Columbus Monday. Children under 3 yrs and military FREE.
Pumpkin Village Fall Festival. Leesburg.
Open Daily, Sep 16 – Nov 7. This fall festival includes a a ton of amusements including a kids’ zip line, pedal carts, live entertainment, pirate ship and train, moon bounces, mini pumpkin village, mini-pumpkin to take home and apple cider (included with admission). Admission: $10 – $15.
Ticonderoga Farm. Chantilly.
Open Daily, Sep 23 – Nov 5.
Hayrides, rolling tunnels, Indian tee pee village, bamboo xylophones, slides, make s’mores by the bonfire and take home a small pumpkin. Admission: $11 – $17.
Mount Vernon Fall Harvest Family Days and Trick or Treating. Mount Vernon.
October 27 – 28
Wagon rides, wheat treading in the 16-sided barn, 18th century dancing demonstrations, a straw bale maze, farrier demonstrations, apple-roasting, corn husk dolls demonstrations and early-American games and music. Admission: $12 Adult, $6 Youth 11 & under.
For a complete list of Virginia Pumpkin Patch locations, click here.
Boo At The Zoo. The National Zoo. Washington, DC.
October 20-22, 5:30pm – 8:30 pm
More than 40 treat stations, animal demonstrations, keeper chats, and decorated trails, this frightfully fun evening is a treat for the whole family. Themed hay maze and scarecrow field. Admission: $20 FONZ members, $30 nonmembers.
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