Fall is finally here and it’s time to pumpkin spice things up a bit! Pittsburgh is home to plenty of amazing farms that will give you alllll the fall feels… here’s our top ten pumpkin patches you absolutely have to visit. Be sure to carve out some time in your calendar for some fall fun! Grab your cozy sweater, pick out your perfect pumpkin and enjoy some seasonal treats!
Not only does Trax Farms have an amazing pumpkin patch, there are tons of additional activities too! Their fall festival is a part of the 150-year-old farm’s tradition featuring hayrides, a three acre corn maze, live music, food trucks and more! Trax really has something for all ages to enjoy. Kick off your fall festivities in the South Hills!
Soergel Orchards dates all the way back to 1850 and started as an apple orchard. Fast froward to today and the orchard still sells apples, but has so much more to offer! Soergel’s fall festival features pick-your-own-pumpkin, hay rides, family activities and of course, apple picking! Plus, browse the market, garden center and gift barn or enjoy some Arsenal Cider and grab a treat from Soergel Scoops!
There’s tons of fall fun to be had at Triple B Farms! Pumpkins, apples, sunflowers, tractor rides, a corn maze, and activities to entertain the whole family. Plus, lots of food and other goodies to take home! The special characters created from pumpkins and hay bails are always incredible. The farm is huge… get exploring!
Pick up your pumpkin from Simmons Farm’s five acre pumpkin patch! And after you’ve done that, play some pumpkin corn hole, try out the corn and hay maze, check out the animals at the petting zoo, enjoy some live country music, or take your little ones to the play area. Have you ever tried an apple sling shot? Now’s your chance!
Take the hayride or walking path to the Shenot Farm pumpkin patch! Enjoy hot and cold apple cider, caramel and fudge apples and kettle corn. Can’t you just smell the kettle corn?? Following Halloween they even host a Pumpkin Smash, where you can bring your jack-o-lantern and roll ’em and wreck ’em on the farm!