When fall arrives and everyone prepares for Halloween, many metro residents visit the nearby Oklahoma City pumpkin patches to pick out that perfect holiday pumpkin and enjoy the fun family activities such as hayrides and petting zoos. Here are some of the best patches in the area to pick your pumpkin and have a fun day out filled with fall-themed festivities.
Opened in 2003, Busy Bee now features even more than pumpkins. You can get fresh honey, produce, and shop for artisanal craft items.
Chester's Party Barn & Farm
Longtime Oklahoma entertainers, "Chester" and his wife host a fall pumpkin patch every year. Your admission to the pumpkin patch includes a pumpkin, hayride, petting zoo, slide, pony rides, and more.
Orr Family Farm
Parkhurst Pumpkin Patch
East of Edmond is a farm the owners call "low-tech, high family fun." Visitors can enjoy hayrides, petting zoo, corn maze, and more. For an additional charge, you can feed the animals or take a pony ride.
St. Matthew United Methodist Pumpkin Patch
According to organizers, the St. Matthew United Methodist Pumpkin Patch has been going on for over 20 years. And 100 percent of the profits go to support local missions and ministries such as the Mid-Del Food Pantry, the Mid-Del Emergency Youth Shelter, and RSVP Provide-A-Ride.
At TG Farms, visitors get their choice of a pumpkin, as well as fun activities such as hayrides, petting zoo, mazes, and tricycle races. The general store also has produce and fall decorations for purchase.