Crumland Farms is a 550-acre farm in Frederick Maryland that offers a a variety of fall activities including a pumpkin patch, haunted hayride, pedal carts, giant trikes, mini-barnyard, hay jump, giant slide, MooChoo train and more.
Getting to the Farm
Address: 7612 Willow Road Frederick, Maryland (301) 845-8099. From the Capital Beltway (I-495), Exit onto I-270 North towards Frederick. Follow to Route 15 North. You will pass the farm on the left. Drive another mile and make a U-turn at Biggs Ford Road. Follow the road and turn right on to Willow Road. Make an immediate right on to the driveway and entrance to Crumland Farms.
- Double Bubble Fun Run - 1K run for familes with lBubble Stations, Foam Stations, Color Stations, Obstacles, Super Hero Race and more.
- Great Pumpkin Run - Fall-themed 5K with a corn maze and other fall festivities. All runners take home a t-shirt, a small pumpkin, a finisher’s medal, a custom event bib, chip timing, and a glass of apple cider.
- Screamland Farms - The Halloween attraction includes a Hayride of Horrors, Barn of Bedlam and Zombie Paintball. Not recommended for ages under 13.
Enjoy the following photos of the fall festival and learn more about the activities at Crumland Farms.
Goats at Crumland Farms
Crumland Farms offers a variety of activities for the whole family. The scenery provides a great place to relax and enjoy the fall season. The farm has a variety of animals including goats, llamas, alpacas, miniature donkeys and Highland Cattle. Families can get up close to many of the animals during the fall festival.
Hayrides at Crumland Farms
Hayrides are one of the most popular activities at the fall festival at Crumland Farms. Families enjoy a ride through the fields on a beautiful fall day. Crumland Farms welcomes preschools, daycare centers, school groups and birthday parties of 20 or more to the farm (by appointment only).
Jumpin in the Hay at Crumland Farms
Kids especially enjoy jumping in the hay during the fall festival at Crumland Farms. What a fun way to spend a day on the farm!
Petting the Animals at Crumland Farms
Kids especially enjoy petting the animals at Crumland Farms. The farm is home to a variety of barnyard animals including goats, sheep, and more.
Pumpkin Chunkin - The Great Pumpkin Smash
The fall festival season ends with a smash! Crumland Farms drop pumpkins from a high lift and propels pumpkins across the field. In recent years, many farms have decided to end the season with creative ways to get rid of their leftover pumpkins. It is fun to watch the pumpkins fly across the fields at the farm.
Junked Cars - Pumpkin Chunkin
The junked cars were targets for the Pumpkin Chunkin Team. Yes that is pure pumpkin damage. Both were in perfect body condition when they arrived. Crumland Farms is one of the most popular destinations in the area for fall family fun. Many other events are held throughout the season. For more information, see Pumpkin Patches in Maryland and Northern Virginia.