10+ Patches Perfect for Picking Pumpkins Near The Fox Cities

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We’re not sure if there’s anything that _____ fall as much as a trip to a pumpkin patch. From finding the perfect pumpkins to decorate the porch to the one that will be just right for the kids to design their jack o’lantern, these fun spots have you completely covered. You’ll find other activities and treats at many locations and that makes these pumpkin patches our favorite for planning a fun fall afternoon with our families!

Typically pumpkins are available at the end of September and the beginning of October. 

We urge you to call ahead before you visit to ensure the locations are open. These are often seasonal businesses (and also working family farms) that often have varying hours due to staff, weather, and product availability. 

Things to Keep in Mind

  • Some patches will not be running hayrides, call ahead or check their website or social media. 
  • Bring cash, many locations do not accept credit or debit cards. 
  • Bring a hat or sunscreen to avoid leaving with a pink nose and cheeks. 
  • Pick a pumpkin with a thick stem and even color around it to help with longevity.
  • It is so tempting to carve right away, but waiting until close to Halloween will help your pumpkins to last longer. There are cool stickers available or little hands can do great pumpkin painting to get the fun of decorating without having to worry about rotten pumpkins on your porch.
  • Try using a glow stick or battery operated candle in your jack or lantern instead of a flame candle.  
Cuff Farms, Hortonville
  • BerryLand Pumpkins, 5687 Steinkraus Ln, Abrams
    • (920) 826-7297
    • Opening Date: September 18, 2021
    • What you’ll find:
      • Pumpkins and gourds
      • Child-Friendly Haunted Hayrides
      • Munchkin Maze
      • Ducky Derby
      • Face painting, games, and more
  • Cuff Farms, N2299 Ledge Hill Rd, Hortonville
    • (920) 779-4788
    • Opening Date: September 25, 2021
    • What you’ll find:
      • Activities: straw slide, rock n’ rollers, combine slide, bale maze, corn maze, small bale maze, bale run, corn stalk tunnel, barn picnic area, corn pool, granary play rooms, duck racers, barrel train ride (all free)
      • Watch their Facebook page for updates and weather-related closures
      • Port-a-potties and hand wash stations
      • Cash, check, debit cards, and credit cards accepted for payment.
      • Pumpkin picking wagon ride (masks encouraged)
      • Food and other items will be available for purchase outside the shed area
  • Little Farmer, N9438 Hwy 151, Malone
    • (920) 921-4784
    • Opening Date: August 12, 2021
    • What you’ll find:
      • Applehouse open (masks required) to buy apples, caramel apples and bakery.
      • Stroll a corn maze. Pick your own pumpkin.
      • Animals including goats, sheep, peafowl, chicks and Scottish Highland cattle, including a new baby (Basil) for 2021. Goats can be fed for 25 cents per handful.
      • No admission cost. Cash, debit cards, and credit cards accepted for payment.
  • Heritage Orchard, N2963 Lakeshore Dr, Chilton
    • (920) 849-2158
    • Opening Date: August 28, 2021
    • What you’ll find:
      • Farm Market store includes season fruits, pumpkins, honey, popcorn, apple pies, cider apple cider donuts, caramel apples and more.
      • Pick your own apples and pumpkins
  • Mulberry Lane Farm, W3190 County Road B, Hilbert
    • (920) 989-3130
    • Opening Date: Mid September, see their website for hours of operations and updates
    • What you’ll find:
      • Pumpkin Harvest Celebration
      • Hayride
      • Pick Your Own Pumpkin (FREE)
      • Season round animal interactions: kittens, goats, pigs, milk a cow, and more.
  • National Railroad Museum – The Great Pumpkin Train, 2285 S. Broadway St, Green Bay
    • (920) 437-7623
    • Admission: Ticketed event, $15 each (2 years old and up)
    • Dates: Saturdays October 9 & 16, 2021 9 am – 5 pm
    • What you’ll find:
      • Games, activities, crafts
      • Live entertainment
      • Train ride to the pumpkin patch
      • Pick a pumpkin to take home
  • Peter’s Pumpkin Patch, N181 State Highway 55, Kaukauna
    • (920) 243-8411
    • What you’ll find:
      • Large selection of specialty pumpkins, squash, and gourds
      • Hay bales, corn stalks, broom corn stalks, Indian corn
  • Polly’s Pumpkin Patch, N4367 WI-57, Chilton
    • (920) 849-4819
    • Opening Date: Saturday, September 10, 2021
    • What you’ll find:
      • Farm market store, corn maze, activity area and farm animals
      • Pumpkins, hay bales and gourds
  • Porter’s Patch, W4314 State Hwy 156, Bonduel
    • (715) 758-8162 or (715) 584-2070
    • Opening Date: September 25, open every weekend through October 31, 2021
    • Admission: See website for current pricing 
    • What You’ll Find: 
      • Corn Maze
      • Wagon Hay Rides (capacity reduced for COVID)
      • Corn Cob Chuck, Rat Racers, Water Pump Racers
      • Craft a Shed, Build a Fall Bouquet, Scarecrow Making, Pumpkin Painting
      • Pumpkin Checkers, Pumpkin Tic Tac Toe, Bud’s Build Block Bonanza
      • Tug-a-War, Gunny Sack Races, Pumpkin Twister
      • Petting Zoo: goats, calves, chickens
      • Round Bale Play area
      • Antler Toss, Pumpkin Toss, Pumpkin Bowling, Pigskin Toss
      • Food from El Agave Mexican Grill and Fall Decor available for purchase.
  • Sunny Acres Farm, 4759 CR-GG, Oshkosh
    • (920) 582-7146
    • What You’ll Find: 
      • Pumpkins and mums available for purchase at the farm stand.
      • Gifts and holiday decor will be sold nearby the stand.
      • Call ahead for information on what attractions/activities may be closed due to the pandemic
Cuff Farms, Hortonville

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Editor’s Note

Please let us know if your favorite location is missing by emailing us at govalleykids@gmail.com. It’s always helpful and appreciated if you can provide details on the location. 

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