I spy on my little pie, the top pumpkin patch in all GTA!
From the famous and picturesque Downey’s Farm Markets to Murphy’s Farm Market and Bakery, here are the pumpkin patches you should visit to spice up the fall season and snag your go-to pumpkins.
Located in Caledon is GTA’s most visited pumpkin patch, still standing 25 years later.
Venture into the famous ‘Sea of Oranges’ and take home specialty pumpkins, gourds, mini pumpkins, ornamental corn, straw bales, corn stalks and even pumpkin donuts.
Plus, you can treat yourself to a variety of hard ciders and wines available on-site, along with jams, jellies, and maple syrup, so you can take home all of your fall staples.
Where: 13682 Heartlake Road, Caledon
time: Daily 9am-5pm
Snyder’s 14-acre pumpkin patch is a treat for the whole family to explore on a crisp fall day. An hour and a half from the city of Bright, Ontario, this pumpkin patch has plenty of photo opportunities, a fall campfire experience, and even a corn maze.
Admission is $18.99 Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. Be sure to visit the on-site bakery for savory lunch spreads and fall-focused options like cinnamon buns and whoopie pies for dessert.
Where: 936685 Blenheim Road, Bright
time: Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 5pm
Pingle’s has all your fall favorites: apple picking, wagon rides, a corn maze and, of course, a pumpkin patch. This gorgeous site takes pictures all day long, so make sure your camera is fully charged.
You can’t leave without a visit to Pickle Pony, where delicious fried apple sundaes and Pingle’s spicy pumpkins await.
Where: 1805 Taunton Road, Hampton
time: Daily 9am-6pm
If you’re a pumpkin lover, Murphy’s is the place for you. meet your needs.
Try baked goods such as the popular Pumpkin Spice Shortbread Cookies, Butter Tarts and the popular Coconut Cream Pie.
Where: 5141 County Road 10, Ariston
time: Daily from 9am to 7pm
An hour’s drive from Toronto, Sweet Ridge Farms has a cinematic feel and aesthetic.
This charming Scarborough, Ontario pumpkin patch is also famous for its local sweet corn. Tickets are just $3, but children under 12 enter for free.
If you’re lucky, you might spot a beautiful sunflower field and capture the perfect moment for your photo.
Where: 8327 Steeles Ave East, Scarborough
time: Monday to Saturday, 11am to 7pm
Pumpkin picking can be enjoyed by people of all ages. At this spot in Uxbridge, not only can you experience the Pumpkin he patch, but you can also enjoy bunny cuddles, fun mazes, bounty of the harvest, and an explosion of color from the flower patch.
Plus, get lost in giant sunflower trails, visit farm animals, and enjoy a scavenger hunt with family and friends.
Where: 1025 Crag Road, Uxbridge
time: Tuesday through Wednesday, 9:03 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.Thursday to Sunday, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
Despite being known for its apples, Dixie Orchards, about an hour outside of Toronto, has extensive grounds where you can throw your own pumpkins and a hazelnut garden where you can learn how to pick your own nuts. there is.
Tickets to the Pumpkin Patch are $5, plus an additional charge for each item you decide to take home with you that day.
Where: 14309 Dixie Road, Inglewood
time: Monday through Friday, 10am to 5pm.Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 6pm
Stonehaven is Instagram-worthy during the fall season. With plenty of photo opportunities, you’re sure to catch the vibe and it will show up perfectly on your social media feeds.
In addition to pumpkins, you can pick up fresh fruit such as strawberries, raspberries, homemade squash and apples, plus pumpkin pies and local crafts.
Stonehaven Farm features a 6-acre corn maze, ride-on wagons, Straw Bale Area ‘Strawhaven’ and the infamous Farmer Bob’s tractor.
Where: 7388 Guelph Line, Campbellville
time: Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 5pm
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