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4 Must-See Pumpkin Patches In The D.C Area

Pumpkin patches are a staple to the Halloween season. They bring back childhood memories of hay, witches, wizards, ghosts, and, most importantly, pumpkins. Help your little ones create memories that will last a lifetime and bring back warm feelings by visiting these four must-see pumpkin patches in the D.C area.

25th Annual Fall Festival & Pumpkin Playground

Burke Nursery & Garden Centre, 9401 Burke Rd., Burke, VA 22015

For the 25th year in a row, the Pumpkin Playground returns with new activities. Enjoy weekday and weekend admission. All admission prices include a hayride and a free pumpkin that can be carved. On the weekends, enjoy face painting as well with your admission.

Fall Festival at Cox Farms

Cox Farms, 15621 Braddock Rd., Centreville, VA 20120

Stop by Cox Farms daily through November 5th for hayrides and slides. Enjoy farm chore demonstrations such as milking cows and so much more! Food is available for purchase.

Pumpkin Festival 2019 at Butler’s Orchard

Butler’s Orchard, 22222 Davis Mill Rd., Germantown, MD 20876

The Pumpkin Festival is open select days in October and just two days in November for those who couldn’t make it before Halloween. Enjoy hayrides, ciders, pumpkins, hayrides, slides, and so much more when you stop by the Pumpkin Festival!

Fall Season at Sharp Farm

Sharp’s at Waterford Farm, 4003 Jennings Chapel Rd., Brookeville, MD 20833

Every weekend at Sharp Farm is a different theme! From dog days to first responder appreciation, find a theme that you enjoy and come out. Learn about how bees make honey and enjoy a craft beer. You can also learn about what goes on at the farm and see demonstrations. 

These pumpkin patches are staples in the D.C area that should be part of your Halloween season. Be sure to visit, find your pumpkin, and enjoy a hayride or two.

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