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20 Cute Pumpkin Farms in Ontario

20 Cute Pumpkin Farms in Ontario

Looking for cute pumpkin patches and farms in Ontario to check out this fall season?

Sure, you could just head to your local Longo’s or Freshco to grab a plump ol’ pumpkin, but it’s a lot more fun and festive to hit up a local farm.

Plus, it’s always nice to support local farms and businesses here in Ontario!

Whether you’re looking to go pumpkin picking or just snap some Instagram photos at a pumpkin patch, you’ll definitely love hitting up these adorable pumpkin farms and patches near Toronto.

Don’t forget to grab a pumpkin spice latte from a local café and throw on your fave knit sweater or plaid shirt!

Here are some of the best pumpkin farms to check out this fall in Ontario.

If you’re looking for stuff to do in the city as well, check out my post on the best fall activities in Toronto!

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Best pumpkin farms in Ontario


Downey’s Farm Market

Downey’s is probably the most popular pumpkin patch near Toronto, and it’s probably because they’re hella Instagram-worthy.

Their front lawn gets filled with thousands of pumpkins during October, and the Downey’s sign on their building makes for a super cute photo backdrop!

It’s free to stop by the front lawn, but be sure to buy a pumpkin if you’re coming by to snap any photos!

They’ve also got plenty of fall pastries and baked goods, as well as fall wines (from their own winery) available to shop at the farm.

You can also grab tickets to Pumpkinfest from mid-September through the end of October, which grants you access to all kinds of fall and halloween-related activities on the farm (definitely more for kids).

They even have magicians and other performers at the farm on certain days throughout Pumpkinfest, and you can peep out the schedule on their website.

Tickets are $15 or $18 per person, depending on whether you visit on a weekday or weekend!

They’re open 9-5 PM every single day, and the Pumpkinfest play area opens at 9:30 AM.

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LOCATION: 13682 Heart Lake Rd, Inglewood, ON


Knox’s Pumpkin Farm

Like Downey’s, Knox’s is a 4th-generation family-run farm, and they’ve actually been farming in Durham Region for almost 200 years!

You can grab tickets to the farm for $14 per person to enjoy the activities, or $22 per person if you also want to take a pumpkin home.

Tickets are time-ticketed to help with social distancing, and you can check them out from mid-September through the end of October everyday from 10-5 PM.

They’ve got plenty of cute photo opps on the farm, including a pumpkin wall/tower!

LOCATION: 6325 Enfield Rd, Hampton, ON


Fall treats from Pingle's Farm Market in Hampton, Durham Region, Ontario

Pingle’s Farm Market

Pingle’s is one of my fave spots in Durham Region, and it’s not far from Knox’s!

If you’re looking to do a fun date or family activity, check out the annual Harvest Festival at Pingle’s, which goes on from mid-September through the end of October.

You can do everything from pumpkin and apple picking, exploring the giant corn maze, listening to live music, and eating all their delicious eats!

Pumpkin picking is only available at the farm on weekends with the purchase of a Harvest Festival ticket ($15), and pumpkins are an additional fee.

Pingle’s offers some of the best treats and pastries in Durham Region, so definitely stop by their market to take some treats home afterwards!

They’re open 7 days a week from 9-6 PM.

If you’re up for some fall hiking afterwards, check out Stephen’s Gulch Conservation Area, one of my favourite hikes in Durham Region that’s only 10 minutes away from Pingle’s!

LOCATION: 1805 Taunton Rd, Hampton, ON


Andrew’s Scenic Acres

Andrew’s Scenic Acres in Milton has one of the most beautiful flower farms in all of Ontario, and they’ve also got pumpkin picking in the fall.

Admission is $12 per person, with seniors getting 50% off admission and kids under 5 getting free admission.

They recommend bringing your own harvest basket, but you can also get one from them for $1 (and return it to get your $1 back).

While you’re here, definitely check out their winery and sample some of their fruit wines made with fruit grown on the farm!

They’re open weekdays from 10-5 PM and weekends from 10-6 PM.

LOCATION: 9365 10 Side Rd, Milton, ON


Reesor’s Farm Market

Located in Markham, Reesor’s is another adorable pumpkin farm in Ontario with tons of Instagrammable photo opps.

You can walk through their corn maze and pick your own pumpkins in their pumpkin patch.

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They’re open Monday through Saturday from 9-6:30 PM between June to October!

Reservations are required for Saturdays and Thanksgiving Monday, but walk-ins are available on Thursdays and Fridays.

Tickets are $3.50-$7 per person on weekdays and $4.50-$9 on weekends, with kids 5 and under getting free entrance.

They also have a store in Stouffville where you can shop their baked goods, prepared meals, and produce (from their farm and other Ontario farms) year-round.

LOCATION: 10825 Ninth Line, Markham, ON


Chudleigh’s Farm

Chudleigh’s is also located near Milton, and they’re a famous spot for apple and pumpkin picking in the fall.

They’ve got plenty of incredible apple products made using their own apples, including hard cider, sweet apple cider, and apple pies!

The farm is open everyday, and tickets are $13-$15.

You can also check out their Blossom Café in downtown Milton, which serves up plenty of delicious treats and drinks!

LOCATION: 9528 Regional Road 25, Halton Hills, ON


Murphy’s Farm Market

Murphy’s decks out the front of their red farmhouse with pumpkins each fall, which makes for a perfect photo opp.

They’ve even got a pumpkin wall this year that’s super cute for photos!

You can pick your own squash and pumpkins from $0.50 to $6 depending on their sizes, and take a fun wagon ride to and from the pumpkin patch and corn maze.

Stop by for their annual Fall Fest and enjoy all kinds of fall farm events perfect for the family, and make a stop at the bakery to enjoy festive fall treats.

Fall Fest runs from mid-September through the end of October, and the farm is open everyday from 9-7 PM.

Tickets are $9 or $13 per person, depending on whether you visit on the weekday or weekend!

LOCATION: 9365 10 Side Rd, Milton, ON


Round the Bend Farm

Round the Bend is located just north of King City, and they’ve got plenty of cute fall photo opps at their small family farm in York Region.

Admission for their October Fall Farm Fun is $10 per person.

Snap a photo by the truck filled with pumpkins, check out the scarecrow characters, and take a walk through the corn maze.

You can also check out their farm market from Tuesday through Saturday!

LOCATION: 16225 Jane St, Kettleby, ON


Cooper’s Farm

The Cooper family has been farming for almost 200 years, and 7 generations have earned their living through agriculture!

Take a walk through their epic 10-acre corn maze and pick your own pumpkins at their pumpkin patch.

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Pre-booked tickets to the corn maze are $15 per person or $55 for a group of 4, and walk-in tickets are a little pricier ($20 per person and $75 per group of 4).

Dogs are also allowed on Saturdays with a pre-book admission of $3 or walk-in admission of $8.

They have a “no lights” night maze on Friday nights, and they’re also open during the day on weekends!

All tickets come with a free pumpkin from the patch that you can pick yourself, and additional pumpkins are $4 each or $10 for 3.

LOCATION: Address


Hutchinson Farm

Hutchinson Farm is an adorable farm in Burlington with tons of cute photo opps during the fall season.

They’ve got plenty of pumpkins, as well as other farm-fresh squash and veggies available to purchase.

Their pumpkin patch is open 9-5 PM on weekdays and 9-4 PM on weekends!

Also note that they only accept cash or debit on the farm.

LOCATION: 6202 Walkers Line, Burlington, ON


Brooks Farms

Brooks is another great pumpkin farm in Ontario, and the Brooks family has been farming since the mid-1800s.

They provide baskets for you, and you have to pre-pay before picking to minimize contact points.

You can stop by their Fall Fun Festival every weekend and on Thanksgiving Day ($20 per person), or even check out their Spooky Nights at the farm ($14 per person), with plenty of fun activities for kids!

Don’t forget to stop by their farm bakery and grab one of their delish gourmet doughnuts (Caramel Apple Fritter, anyone?), open from 8-6 PM everyday.

They’re located in Mount Albert, which is east of East Gwillimbury!

LOCATION: 122 Ashworth Rd, Mount Albert, ON


Dixie Orchards

Dixie Orchards is another awesome farm in Ontario, and you can pick pumpkins, apples, and hazelnuts at their farm in Caledon.

The Farm Pass is $4.42 per person, which grants you access to all of the farm activities, including the corn maze, straw jump, and pumpkin patch.

Pumpkins range from $1-$15 depending on their size.

They’re open everyday until the end of October from 10-5 PM, and you can also check out their baked goods and other specialty items in their porch market.

They also have a spectacular sunflower field during the summer, which is totally worth visiting next year!

LOCATION: 14309 Dixie Road, Caledon, ON


Watson Farms in Bowmanville, Ontario

Watson Farms

Watson Farms offers up 100% Ontario produce and products at their market, and they also have pick-your-own-pumpkins and more.

There’s a minimum purchase for picking pumpkins, apples, and pears, depending on the number of people in your party.

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For pick-your-own pumpkins, the minimum purchase amounts are:

  • $25 minimum – 2 adults
  • $45 minimum – 4 adults
  • $70 minimum – 6 adults
  • $90 minimum – 8 adults

They also have a petting zoo and playground on-site for the kiddos, as well as a corn maze, all of which are included with the purchase of the pick-your-own fees!

If you’re looking for Halloween fun, they’re also hosting the annual Firehouse Fright Night at their farm for the first time on two weekends in October.

LOCATION: 2287 Hwy 2, Bowmanville, ON


Linton’s Farm Market

Linton’s offers up all kinds of fruits and veggies at their farm in Oshawa, and they’ve got pumpkin picking during the fall season.

Pick-your-own-pumpkins is available on weekends and Thanksgiving Monday, and admission is $10 per person.

The market is also open everyday, and you can shop all kinds of fresh homegrown produce, cheese, honey, and more.

Plus, they’ve got some cute photo spots for you to get all your fall photos!

If you’re looking for even more stuff to do in Oshawa, check out my post on fun things to do in Oshawa.

LOCATION: 571 Raglan Rd E, Oshawa, ON


Willowtree Farm

Willowtree started off as a dairy farm back in the 60s, and now they grow all kinds of fruits and veggies, including pumpkins!

They have rows and rows of bright orange pumpkins in front of the farm, which makes for super cute photo opps.

They’re open everyday from 9-6 PM, and they also have a café and bakery at the farm!

LOCATION: 975 Durham Regional Rd 21, Port Perry, ON


Applewood Farm & Winery

Located north of Port Perry, Applewood Farm & Winery is a popular spot for apple and pumpkin picking during the fall.

They also make their own fruit wines, ciders, and meade using their homegrown fruit!

Check out their Fall Fun on the Farm Weekends ($12 per person) from mid-September through the end of October, which gives you access to their pumpkin patch and 40-acre corn maze!

Pick-your-own-pumpkins are $5 each or 3 for $10.

LOCATION: 2055 Saintfield Rd, Sunderland, ON


Albion Orchards

Albion Orchards is another apple farm that also offers pick-your-own-pumpkins, and they’re located in Caledon.

The pumpkin patch is onlyopen on weekends, and you can pick a 10 lb bag of pumpkins for $20 or a 20 lb bag for $40.

Don’t forget to stop into their country store to grab a selection of freshly-baked pies and other specialty farm products!

LOCATION: 14800 Innis Lake Road, Caledon, ON


Stovehaven Farms

Stonehaven is popular for pick-your-own strawberries in the summer and pumpkins in the fall.

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Tickets to the pumpkin patch are $12 each or 3 for $24.

Stop by their market afterwards to grab some freshly-baked pies and other pastries!

They’re located in Campbellville, located near Burlington, and they’re open weekends 10-5 PM.

LOCATION: 7388 Guelph Line, Campbellville, ON


Forsythe Family Farms

Forsythe is a newer farm that started up in 2009, and they’re located in Uxbridge.

They’re open everyday in October from 9:30-5 PM, and you can pick-your-own-pumpkins or check out the corn maze!

They’ve also got the Harvest Festival ($12 per person) going on during weekends, with plenty of activities for the kids.

LOCATION: 1025 Cragg Rd, Uxbridge, ON


Castle Creek Farms

Castle Creek doesn’t have as extravagant a setup as other pumpkin farms in Ontario, but they’ve still got plenty of pumpkins and some photo opps.

You can visit starting October 2nd to start picking your own pumpkins, and admission is free!

They’re located in Newcastle, which is just east of Bowmanville.

LOCATION: 1800 Farrow Ave, Newcastle, ON


Best pumpkin patches in Ontario:

  1. Downey’s Farm Market
  2. Knox’s Pumpkin Farm
  3. Pingle’s Farm Market
  4. Andrew’s Scenic Acres
  5. Reesor’s Farm Market
  6. Chudleigh’s Farm
  7. Murphy’s Farm Market
  8. Round the Bend Farm
  9. Cooper’s Farm
  10. Hutchinson Farm
  11. Brooks Farms
  12. Dixie Orchards
  13. Watson Farms
  14. Linton’s Farm Market
  15. Willowtree Farm
  16. Applewood Farm & Winery
  17. Albion Orchards
  18. Stonehaven Farms
  19. Forsythe Family Farms
  20. Castle Creek Farms

These were some of the best and cutest pumpkin farms and patches to check out in Ontario!

Will you be turning your pumpkins into jack-o-lanterns or into fall soups?

I love having all things squash during the fall, and I’ll definitely be making me some pumpkin pie.

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