The Best Pumpkin Patches in Ohio

If you’re looking for the best pumpkin patches in Ohio, look no further. Ohio is home to many pumpkin patches and fun farms for kids. Some include sunflower fields, amazing play areas and even a petting zoo. In the fall, pumpkin patches like those we’re going to list below are among the best for an Ohio road trip.

We’re going to list them here and go over what each of them have to offer. Please note that we have not visited every one of these farms, so we’re listing them here for fun. Watch our Instagram here for updates on where we travel in the state and to see our personal reviews.

Where is The Best Pumpkin Patch In Ohio?

Ohio boasts a lot of options when it comes to pumpkin patches. Most of the patches we have listed below are hours of fun for kids. We’ve included a few details about each pumpkin patch to help you plan your adventure.

Pigeon Roost Farm – Hebron, Ohio

Pigeon Roost is several hours of fun for the kids. Pick your pumpkin, ride a tractor-pulled wagon, walk the corn maze, pet the animals and play on their fun adventure park. It’s free to walk the pumpkins and the vendor area. There is a $9 fee per person 2 and up for the adventure area. In our opinion, it is among the top 5 of the best pumpkin patches in Ohio.

Open September 18, 2021 to October 31, 2021

10am to 7pm

Closed Monday and Tuesday

Tractor Rides on the Weekends

$9 Admission for 2 & Up

Check out their website here.

Flietz Pumpkin Farm – Oregon, Ohio

Flietz Pumpkin Farm boasts two corn mazes and is open daily. Admission is free, but there is a $1 or $2 fee to enjoy the corn mazes, depending on which maze you choose. There is also a $1 fee to ride the wagon.

September 7th – October 31st

Learn more about Flietz Pumpkin Farm here.

Maize Valley – Hartville, Ohio

Maize Valley boasts a long list of things to do, including an 8 acre corn maze. Their petting zoo and extensive play area are among the best in the state. Maize Valley is limiting access this year with pre-purchased tickets to prevent a crowd. Tickets are expensive at $15 per person for people over 2 years old.

September 17th – ?

Open 11am – 9pm

Monday – Saturday

Ramseyer Farm – Wooster, Ohio

Ramseyer Farms boasts that they have so much to do, they created a page that lists “50 Things to Do” on their website. Ramseyer has so much to do, in fact, that we recommend that you plan to spend the day and take the sunblock. The price for Ramseyer varies based on date and day, so be sure to check out their price for the day you are going here.

Mama Human currently ranks Ramseyer Farms as one of the best pumpkin patches in Ohio.

Tuesday-Friday 10am-7pm

Saturday 11am-7pm

Sundays (starting Sept. 19) 1pm-6pm

Arrowhead Orchard – Paris, Ohio

A quaint little orchard located in Paris, Ohio, Arrowhead Orchard is a fun place to stop if you’re in the area.

Here’s a sweet video of them trying out their apple cannons.

Fall Activities at Arrowhead Orchard begin Labor Day weekend; Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday! September 3rd through October 25th.

Walker Farms – Logan, Ohio

Walker Farms located in the Hocking Hills is a great place to add to your Hocking Hills State Park trip this fall. Learn more about them on their fb page here.

They are Open September 18th through October.

Patterson’s Fruit Farm – Chesterland, Ohio

Young’s Dairy Farm

Van Buren Acres, Hebron Ohio

Shaw Farms, Milford Ohio

Best Pumpkin Patches In Ohio

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