Pumpkin Patches In Waterloo Region
936685 Blenheim Rd, Bright
If you’re looking for some where to choose a great pumpkin and spend an afternoon with the kids, Snyder’s family farm is a great place to stop and do that, with 5 acres of pumpkins to choose from and some incredible play areas, this is a great place to go with the young ones to give them a day they’ll remember. If you want to go for an evening scare, they run a large haunted house too, including a haunted hayride and you can grab your pumpkin too for your porch too!
909 Bridge Str E, Waterloo
When you stop at Good Family Farm to get your pumpkins, you aren’t just getting your average pumpkins, they have a variety of sizes and shapes of course, but they also offer those strange colours in pumpkins and even those fun warty ones! With prices for pumpkins ranging from $1 to $10 you’re bound to find the perfect pumpkin for everyone in the family
1544 Bleams Rd, Petersburg
Shantz family farm doesn’t have a entry fee to join in the fun! Visiting this farm is a great place to enjoy a fall weekend, they offer u pick pumpkins, a corn maze and a straw maze for the little ones, you can take a weekend hay ride and even visit with their farm animals! Don’t forget to stop at the hay bale scene for a great photo opportunity!
3250 Hessen Strasse, St Clements
Another fantastic family farm that offers u pick pumpkins and fun for the littles! Corn maze, playground and a giant spider web! What makes Nauman’s different if you have older kids, is that they offer Pumpkin Slingshots and corn cannons, go and get your pumpkins and see how far you can smash that pumpkin!
1243 Erb’s Rd, St. Agatha
Herrle’s is located very close to town and always offers the best quality produce, stop in for a pumpkin and some baked goods, I strongly suggest the cookies! Also if you like to make your own popcorn at home, their kernels are the best we have ever used! Open until October 31st and then closed until the Spring, make sure you stop in and stock up on your preserves and homemade sweet treats before they close! When you’re inside make sure you look for the train that circles the store, always a childhood favourite!