Pumpkin Patch Hotspots in the DMV

Visiting a pumpkin patch is one of the most exciting fall activities. It’s one of the best ways to celebrate the Fall season. We invite you to check the Pumpkin Patch hotspots in the DMV area.

  • Cox Farms:  Conveniently located in Centreville Virginia, it’s one of the closest options to the nation’s capital. The farm remains open three seasons a year: Summer, Fall and Winter. Besides the pumpkin patch, you can play with some baby animals and enjoy the Fall Festival, or after dark- scare yourself silly at Fields of Fear.
  • Butler’s Orchard: This 300-acre, family-owned farm in Germantown, Maryland offers its visitors more than 25 varieties of fruits, flowers and vegetables.  During the fall, the Pumpkin Festival takes place. It’s an event where families can come out and celebrate with many activities like hayrides, giant slides, face painting, pony rides and pumpkin cannons.
  • Pumpkin Village Fall Fest at Leesburg Animal Park: This amazing place is the definition of fall fun! One of the most complete pumpkin patch hotspots in the DMV. Moreover, you enjoy giant hill slides to hayrides, camel and pony rides, moon bounces, a petting zoo , mazes and a pumpkin playhouse village. Seasonal treats are widely available as well.
  • Queen Anne Farm: Located in Bowie, Md; Queen Anne Farm is another fantastic Pumpkin Patch experience in the DMV.  You can explore seven varieties of the big orange pumpkins, as well as six different varieties of heirloom pumpkins-white, gray, bumpy and tall.  Plenty of activities are available such as carving kits, jack-o-lantern patterns, candle and pumpkin paints. In addition, don’t miss the corral with many cute lambs and goats for the kids to enjoy.

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