×

TYPE IN YOUR SEARCH AND PRESS ENTER

Loading...
Things To Do

5 Awesome Pumpkin Patches To Check Out This Fall In Miami

By Mª del Rosario Castro Díaz

5 Awesome Pumpkin Patches To Check Out This Fall In Miami

Just because seasons don’t change here in Miami it doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy quintessential fall activities!

True, fall in Miami doesn’t involve the typical changing leaves, crisp air, wooly sweaters and pumpkin spice galore…but that doesn’t mean we cannot still indulge in a little bit of fall fun with some traditional fall activities.  And is there something more autumnal than pumpkins? Probably not. Pumpkins are the predilect fruit of Fall. they’re in our lattes, our pies, cookies and even donuts sometimes. Nor is there something quite like a perfectly carved jack-o-lantern to get you into the mood for the spooky season. The versatile orange fruit is a total staple of fall, that’s why we’ve put together a list of the best pumpkin patches in the area so you can pick out the perfect Miami gourd!

1. Coconut Grove Pumpkin Patch Festival, Coconut Grove

After cancelling its 2020 event, Coconut Grove’s Pumpkin Patch Festival is coming back with hundreds of beautiful gourds to pick and tons more pumpkin fun. Head on over to the Festival to pick the perfect pumpkin and don’t forget to check out their super fun carnival, scarecrow village, cornstalk maze, pumpkin decorating tent and the pumpkin food court and beer bars.

Dates and location TBC.

2. The Berry Farms, Redland

To celebrate fall, this Redland farm holds an annual Harvest Festival featuring all kinds of traditional activities including a whimsical pumpkin patch. Come pick your gourd and enjoy the farm’s giant corn maze, excellent food, fresh juices and veggies, sunflower and corn fields for your fall photos, tractor rides, corn pit, corn hole, old fashioned tic-tac-toe, checkers, shuffleboard games and more!

When: Harvest festival dates will be announced soon.
Where: 13720 SW 216th Street, Miami, FL 33170.

 

3. Pinto’s Farm, Redland

Known as one of the best pumpkin patches in Miami, Pinto’s farm offers all kinds of family-friendly activities including pumpkin patch walk-throughs, magic shows, paddleboat rides, a petting zoo and dog-friendly weekends so your pooch can also enjoy a gourd-geous day out at Pinto’s Farm.

When: Pinto’s pumpkin patch will open on Saturday, September 25.

Advertisement

Where: 14890 SW 216th St, Miami, FL 33170.

4. Mr. Jack O’ Lantern’s Pumpkins, West Palm Beach

Mr. Jack O’ Lantern’s is a one-stop-shop for all things Halloween (and pumpkin!). This La Jolla pumpkin destination is full to the brim with a large variety of premium pumpkins, Halloween costumes, a decoration shop and tons of other fun, family-friendly activities. The patch also offers online ordering and delivery for pumpkins.

When: Mr. Jack O’ Lantern’s pumpkin patch will open on October 1.

Where:419 Lakeview Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33401.

5. Pumpkin Towne, Wellington & other locations

Pumpkin Towne has three South Florida locations (Jupiter, Wellington, and Stuart) in which you can find all kinds of pumpkin-related features all the way from awesome photo ops to carving stations, playgrounds, and even a legendary pumpkin pie!

When: All three Pumpkin Towne locations are opening on October 7.

Where: Wellington: Whole Foods parking lot., 2635 SR 7 Wellington, FL 33414; Stuart: 2200 NW Federal Hwy., Stuart, FL 34994; Jupiter: N.W. Corner of Indiantown Rd. and Old Dixie Highway, 14 N. Old Dixie Hwy. (U.S. 1), Jupiter, FL 33458.

See also: This Redlands Farm Just Reopened For The Season & It Has A Giant Corn Maze