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Editor's Picks: Top Pumpkin Patches

by Hannah Schmitt

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This month, we’re gushing over the nostalgic fall experiences at pumpkin patches in and around the metro. As the temperature drops, head outside with your family to one of these spectacular autumn destinations. For more fall fun, be sure to check out our complete list of pumpkin patches and our fall fun guide.

Parkhurst Ranch

720 S. Henney Rd, Arcadia


Why we love it: We’re suckers for memory-making fall experiences and Parkhurst Ranch in Arcadia delivers. Go for the impressive pumpkin patch and stay to climb on hay bales, roast a hotdog over the open fire and pet the precious pigs and llamas. Your admission covers enough activities to keep the family entertained all day, but you’ll want to pay a little extra for the memory-making pony ride. 

TG Farms

1580 NW Hwy 37, Newcastle


Why we love it: When you finally tire of wandering the massive hay maze, swing open the door to the old-fashioned general store at TG Farms to catch your breath and select a refreshment. TG Farms features properties in Newcastle and Norman, both with spectacular pumpkin patches, tractor-drawn hayrides, petting zoos and all the down-home fall fun you can imagine.

Orr Family Farm

14400 S. Western Ave, Oklahoma City


Why we love it: Old-fashioned activities like carousel and pony rides combine with modern attractions like a zip line and giant jumping pillows to create a one-of-a-kind experience at Orr Family Farm. Pick your pumpkin from the patch then indulge in some homemade fudge and take a relaxing train ride through the picturesque farm. 

Reding Farm

614 Reding Rd, Chickasha


Why we love it: Take time to get lost in the massive corn maze at Reding Farm but be sure to find yourself back at the concession stand to enjoy a hotdog and cup of cocoa before selecting your pumpkin from the patch. This Chickasha farm impresses with a charming cow train, nostalgic hay rides and special touches that please the whole family.

Pumpkinville at Myriad Botanical Gardens

301 W. Reno, Oklahoma City


Why we love it: Pumpkinville offers farm-like fun without having to leave the metro. The downtown children’s garden is transformed each fall into a mini-village made of thousands of pumpkins. Wander the Myriad Botanical Gardens this month to discover a magical fall wonderland complete with scarecrows, ghosts, fall flowers and activities like pumpkin painting and spooky story time. 

Wild Things Farm

700 Beaty Ave, Pocola


Why we love it: This Pocola farm has hands-down one of the best pumpkin selections in the state. Grab the camera and prepare for some super cute fall moments with your family at Wild Things Farm. After you’ve picked your pumpkin, check out the mountain slide or make a furry friend at the petting zoo. 

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