Fall Fun Finder: Pumpkin Patches, Farms, Kid Activities & More!

Go Valley Kids Fall Fun Finder

We’re unsure if anything feels like fall as much as a trip to a farm and pumpkin patch; it’s one of our favorite things to do in Fall! From taking a hayride out to the pumpkin patch and finding that perfect pumpkin to feeding animals to getting lost in a corn maze, it’s a fun family tradition for all ages. You’ll find other activities and treats at many locations, making these pumpkin patches and farms our favorite for planning a fun fall afternoon with our families!

Check out our handy guide at the end of the article! Scroll to see it.

BerryLand Pumpkins | Photo Credit: Facebook

BerryLand Pumpkins, Abrams

5687 Steinkraus Ln, Abrams, Wisconsin

BerryLand Pumpkins in Abrams has been growing their own fresh farm produce since 1980. Located conveniently off Highway 41/141. Open daily, there is plenty to do for kids and families. You can also pick up some fall decorations including pumpkins and gourds. 

Activities Include:

  • Child-Friendly Haunted Hayrides through the decorated Haunted Trail and a Pick Your Own Pumpkin in the field
  • Munchkin Maze
  • Ducky Derb
  • Game Tent
  • Bale Fort
  • Witch Pitch
  • Corn Box
  • Craft Corner
  • Obstacle Course
  • Climbing Wall for Kids
  • Human Hamster Wheel
  • Tons of fun photo opportunities


  • Saturday & Sundays:
    • $10/person Hayride & Activities
    • $3/person Activities Only
  • Monday – Friday:
    • $3/person Activities Only
  • Children under 2 are free (this does not include a pumpkin.
  • No admission cost for shopping pumpkins and  holiday decor
Blaser’s Acres, Suamico | Photo Credit: Facebook

Blaser’s Acres, Suamico

2556 School Lane, Suamico, Wisconsin

Blaser’s Acres is over 29 years old and owned by Chris Blaser, a young kid out of high school who wanted to drive a tractor. He started with a rototiller and an acre of land and today farms hundreds of acres. From roadside stands, family-friendly seasonal events, pick-your-own produce, grocery, and more!

Activities Include:

  • Corn Maze (treasure prize hunt)
  • Bounce House 
  • Duck Races
  • Corn Box
  • Playground
  • Petting Zoo
  • Fall Themed Games – including pumpkin bowling, slingshot, tic tac toe
  • Hay Slide
  • Carmel Apples
  • Fall Decor
  • Hay Rides and barrel train rides are available Wednesday through Sunday


  • Free Activities with donation or purchase
  • Children Under 2 Years Old = FREE

Dogs are welcome on a leash on weekdays only.

Playing in corn at Cuffs Farm
Cuff Farms, Hortonville

Cuff Farms, Hortonville

N2299 Ledge Hill Rd, Hortonville, Wisconsin

Pumpkin season is the ultimate family tradition at Cuff Farms. The large (free!) play area is perfect for letting the kids run wild. Take the whole family to pick your pumpkins on our leisurely scenic pumpkin-picking wagon ride that takes you right to the field. Choose your colored corn from the stalk and gourds from the vine. Pumpkins and other fall decorating items, such as mums and straw bales, are also available. Grab a homemade apple cider donut and award-winning Kelley Country Creamery ice cream! Wood-fired pizza is served in the evenings. Various food trucks, apple cider donuts, and more.

  • Admission: FREE
  • Activities:
    • Straw Slide
    • Rock N’ Rollers
    • Combine Slide
    • Corn Maze
    • Small Bale Maze
    • Bale Run
    • Corn Stalk Tunnel
    • Barn
    • Picnic Area
    • Corn Pool
    • Granary Play Rooms
    • Duck Racers
    • Barrel Train Ride 
    • Port-a-potties and hand wash stations
    • Pumpkin picking wagon ride at cost
The Farm, Sturgeon Bay

The Farm, Sturgeon Bay

4285 WI-57, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

Described as a living museum of rural America, The Farm in Sturgeon Bay has been a family favorite since 1965 (it’s one of our favorite things to do in Door County). Families enjoy an immersive experience with farm animals, history, and culture. Bottle feed baby goats, lambs, and piglets. Stroll around the grounds for a nice nature walk.

  • Admission:
    • Adults (13 and over) $9.50
    • Children (3-12) $6.00
    • Children 2 and under FREE
  • Activities:
    • Bottle Feed Animals (purchase)
    • Bags of corn available for purchase to feed animals
    • Walking Trails
    • Educational Signage
Little Farmer Malone
The Little Farmer, Malone

The Little Farmer, Malone

N9438 Hwy 151, Malone, Wisconsin

The Little Farmer began back in 1866 as a traditional farm, eventually adding apple orchards throughout the years before opening to the public and becoming one of the Fox Valley’s favorite fall stops for families. Their primary crop continues to be apples, grown on their 7,000 apple trees across six orchard sites and 20 varieties of pumpkins grown on their 20-acre pumpkin patch. 

There is no admission fee to enter the grounds, ride the U-Pick wagon, visit with the animals (feed is available for purchase), or get lost in the corn maze. Hayrides are available on weekends and only require purchased tickets. Pumpkins are priced depending on “ring size.” You’ll find ring stations around the farm for sizing pumpkins or bring them to a cashier for sizing. Your price is based on what size ring it fits through. 

  • Admission: FREE
  • Activities:
    • You pick pumpkins and apples.
    • Applehouse to buy apples, caramel apples, and bakery. Check out their daily muffin and drink specials!
    • Corn Maze
    • FREE playground for small children and toddlers!
    • Animals including goats, sheep, peafowl, chicks, and Scottish Highland cattle. Goats can be fed for 25 cents per handful.
    • Hayrides
    • 6-acre corn maze and try to figure out who stole the pie from the bakers — a fun game that encourages kids to learn about animal tracks. 
    • Don’t miss their playground; it is a fantastic fit for small children and toddlers, which includes a straw maze, a trike path, swings, and more. 
    • Pedal car track for all ages! 
    • Fall Food & Decorations Available
Harvest Hill Family Farm, Seymour | Photo Credit: Facebook

Harvest Hill Family Farm, Seymour

N9339 French Road, Seymour, Wisconsin

Harvest Hill Family Farm opened their farm to the public in 2018 to provide an affordable family fun fall experience. There are no admission fees, plenty of great photo opportunities, pumpkins, and cute animals to interact with too! Get all your outdoor fall decorating needs in our one-stop shop.

  • Admission: Free
  • Activities Include:
    • 12-acre Corn Maze
    • Hayrides
    • Pumpkins
    • Pumpkin Painting
    • Straw Tower
    • Petting Zoo
    • Duck Races
    • Chalk Silos
    • Hamster Wheels
    • Corn Box 
    • Yard Games
Heritage Orchard, Chilton | Photo Credit: Facebook

Heritage Orchard, Chilton

N2963 Lakeshore Dr, Chilton, Wisconsin

Heritage Orchard in Chilton on the east side of Lake Winnebago is a family-owned and operated and offers pick-your-own apples and pumpkins, as well as the farm market featuring unique food products, caramel apples, award-winning apple cider, fresh apple cider doughnuts, and the craft loft. 

  • Admission: FREE
  • Activities:
    • Farm Market store includes seasonal fruits, pumpkins, honey, popcorn, apple pies, cider, apple cider donuts, caramel apples, and more. They have a full bakery and a craft loft, too!
    • Pick your own pumpkins and apples
Kelley’s Farmstand, Fond du Lac | Photo Credit: Facebook

Kelley’s Farmstand, Fond du Lac

Fun family activities adjacent to one of Wisconsin’s best ice cream spots is the perfect combination! Kelley’s Farmstand is a great place for Fall, with 20+ fun activities for kids.

Kelley’s Farmstead offers a variety of food and drink options throughout your visit, including hot dogs, walking tacos, apple slices with caramel, mini donuts, and baked goods. 

  • Admission: $12 per person (tax included) (all guests 2 years and up)
    • Animal Feed: Ice Cream cones of animal feed available for $1.00 each
  • Activities:
    • Trike Course
    • Barnyard Animal Toys
    • Bubble Station
    • Big Bale Slide
    • Pumpkin Checkers and Tic Tac Toe
    • Grain Cart Ride
    • Lasso a Steer
    • Tight Rope Walking
    • Sandbox
    • Straw Bale Pyramid
    • Tire Mountain
    • Ziplines
    • Duck Races
    • Tunnel Tube
    • Combine Slide
    • Pumpkin Wagon
    • Corn Maze
    • Ropes Course
    • Barrel Carts
Misty Ridge Orchard, De Pere

Misty Ridge Orchard, De Pere

N5126 Advent Rd, De Pere, Wisconsin

Misty Ridge Orchard is a newer apple orchard in the Fox Cities, owned by Steve and Carrie Gonnering. The retail store and bakery were completed in 2018. The orchard currently has over 4,000 apple trees with 20 varieties. Stop in and pick up a couple Fall goodies, fresh hot donuts, apple cider slush, and caramel apples. Kids will enjoy all the free activities outside!

  • Admission: Free
  • Activities:
    • Corn Maze
    • Petting Zoo
    • Basketball
    • Swings
    • Sand Pile
    • Giant Tunnel
    • Fire Pit
    • Corn Hole
    • Kid’s Beanbag Toss
Pumpkin picking at Mulberry Lane Farm in Sherwood
Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert

Mulberry Lane Farm, Hilbert

W3190 County Road B, Hilbert, Wisconsin

Mulberry Lane Farm is a locally owned petting farm just 3 miles east of Sherwood. It is one of our family’s favorite things to do in Sherwood! Touch, feed, and experience these incredible animals close up. You’ll also enjoy the farm as you learn things you never knew about farm animals, including cows, pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, rabbits, geese, donkeys, and more!

  • Admission:
    • Children 1 and under FREE
    • Age 2 to 92 $14/person (cash) or $14.50/person (credit card)
  • Activities:
    • Pumpkin Harvest Celebration
    • Hayride
    • Pick Your Own Pumpkin (FREE with admission)
    • Season-round animal interactions: kittens, goats, pigs, milk a cow, and more
Petals & Plows, Ripon | Photo Credit: Facebook

Petals & Plows, Ripon

9129 Kaufman Rd, Ripon, Wisconsin

Petals & Plows, the Kaufman Farm, is always hustling and bustling during the Wisconsin fall season, from an open greenhouse with pumpkins, squash, gourds, perennials, trees & shrubs all available for purchase to beautify and decorate your home. They also have their famous corn maze, a must for anyone with an adventurous spirit. The farm also has music, food, face painting, and much more on weekends, so make plans today to visit us during this exciting time of year! 

  • Corn Maze Admission: $10 for Adults, $5 for Kids (age 2-12), and Free for Kids under 2
  • Activities:
    • Corn Maze
    • Pumpkins
    • Caramel Apples
    • FREE Activities
    • Picture Opportunities
    • Dog-friendly as long as they are people and friendly with the farm yard animals and other dogs at the farm.
Peter’s Pumpkin Patch, Kaukauna | Photo Credit: Facebook

Peter’s Pumpkin Patch, Kaukauna

N181 State Highway 55, Kaukauna, Wisconsin

Peter’s Pumpkin Patch is a great staple for your fall decorations.

  • Admission: FREE
  • What you’ll find:
    • Large selection of specialty pumpkins, squash, and gourds
    • Hay bales, corn stalks, broom corn stalks, Indian corn
Plum Loco Animal Far, Egg Harbor

Plum Loco Animal Farm, Egg Harbor

4431 Plum Bottom Road, Egg Harbor

Plum Loco Animal Farm in Egg Harbor in Door County is a fun petting farm and play area. Animals include ponies, horses, miniature donkeys, goats, sheep, pot-bellied pigs, chickens, turkeys, geese, and miniature horses. Buckets of food to feed the animals include grain (for goats and sheep) and carrots (for ponies, horses, donkeys, and miniature horses) available to purchase.

Play-Farm Village is a play area with a pretend town for imaginative play, a miniature farm, a picnic area, and games.

  • Admission:
    • Adults: $9.00 
    • Kids: $8.00 (ages 2-17)
    • Grandparents/Seniors: $7.00
  • Activities
    • Petting Farm
    • Feeding Animals
    • Play Area
    • Yard Games
    • Pumpkin Painting 
Polly’s Pumpkin Patch, Chilton

Polly’s Pumpkin Patch, Chilton

N4367 WI-57, Chilton, Wisconsin

Polly’s Pumpkin Patch is a small family farm and market owned by Gary Juckem and Polly Roland in northeast Wisconsin, just north of Chilton on Highway 57.

Well known over the years for their wide variety of odd and unusual pumpkins and fall decorations, with over 50 varieties of pumpkins of every shape, color, and size – white, green, blue, tan, striped, bumpy, and orange too! Gourds of every shape and size are also very popular. They also offer Indian corn, broom corn, straw bales, bundles of corn stalks, and fall mums too. 

  • What you’ll find:
    • Farm Market Store
    • 15-acre Corn Maze – easier Dottie maze and the harder Search N Find maze
    • Farm Animals
    • Duck Races
    • Hay Barrel Climbing
    • Fresh Apple Cider Donuts, Pies and Caramel Apples
    • Pumpkins, Hay Bales and Gourds
    • Wagon Rides
Porter’s Patch, Bonduel | Photo Credit: Facebook

Porter’s Patch, Bonduel

W4314 State Hwy 156, Bonduel, Wisconsin

Porter’s Patch hosts an annual Fall pumpkin celebration called Farmtoberfest every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through the end of October.

  • Admission:
    • $10.48 + tax per person 
    • 3 years and under FREE
  • What You’ll Find: 
    • Corn Maze
    • Wagon Hay Rides
    • 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
    • Fall Decor
The Sunny Acres Farm, Oshkosh

The Sunny Acres Farm, Oshkosh

4759 CR-GG, Oshkosh, Wisconsin

The Sunny Acres Farm in Oshkosh is a perfect destination spot for fall festive fun with your family. As soon as you pull in prepare to be greeted with an abundant flock of friendly chickens, roosters, goats, and even pigs!  

The farm is open 7 days a week, rain or shine, September and October Only. Purchase fresh vegetables, pumpkins, and mums while you visit. They are available at the farm stand near the entrance.

  • What You’ll Find: 
    • Pumpkins and mums are available for purchase at the farm stand
    • Gifts and holiday decor
Kid going down slide at Waldvogel Pumpkin Farm in Juneau
Waldvogel’s Farm, Juneau | Photo Credit: Ana Juarez

Waldvogel’s Farm, Juneau

N7416 County Rd I, Juneau, Wisconsin

Located in Juneau, a little over an hour from the Fox Cities, families can enjoy over 80 attractions and activities, pick up fresh baked goods from the on-farm bakery, and visit the pumpkin patch at Waldvogel’s Farm.

The farm features many activities for kids of all ages. From an area to pet adorable baby goats to a train ride through the cornfield, visitors will want to explore the grounds all day! Meet Bruce the Goose, find Jimmy—the friendly purring farm cat, or relax on the gigantic family-size swing. The farm offers an interactive day out in the fresh air while inspiring silly and precious family memories. 

For an additional fee, visitors can participate in gemstone mining and face painting, use the pumpkin launcher, or take aim in the shooting gallery. The admission covers all other activities.

  • Admission:
    • $15.99 each ages 3 and up, save by purchasing online
      • Note that pumpkins are not included. They range in price from $2 to $10 each.
  • Activities:
    • World’s Largest Pumpkin Bounce House
    • Underground Slides 
    • Barn & Silo Playhouse 
    • Chalkboard Animals 
    • Flip-A-Chic
    • Farm Train Ride 
    • Hop-Along Rodeo 
    • The Lost Mine 
    • 9-Hole Mini Golf
    • Moo the Cow 
    • Mini Farm

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