One of the best things about fall is visiting the pumpkin patch. Whether you are picking the right pumpkin to carve or want to snap a few cute family photos, a visit to the pumpkin patch is a staple for welcoming the fall season. The CSRA has no shortage of great patches to visit and we’ve compiled a list for you here.
Steed’s Dairy, Grovetown, GA
The pumpkin patch is just one of many popular fall attractions at Steed’s Dairy. There are plenty of other things to do from visiting farm animals to adventuring through a corn maze. Steed’s will be open until November 10, and admission prices vary from $8-11 (children age 2 and under are free).
Marvin United Methodist Church, Martinez, GA
A long-standing classic pumpkin patch sits at the corner of Wheeler Road and Belair Road at Marvin United Methodist Church. Admission is free and there are pumpkins of all shapes, sizes and colors to choose from. There are also great photo spots and a small play area for children. No admission needed, but bring some extra cash to purchase your pumpkin. The patch will be open through Halloween!
Wesley United Methodist Church, Evans, GA
Another great patch is located at Wesley Church on North Belair Road. It will be open through Halloween and includes an abundance of pumpkins to choose from. There are also decorated areas for pictures to be taken.
Rick’s Produce and Garden Center, Aiken, SC
Rick’s is open through December, offering various produce options as well wreaths for the holidays. As far as pumpkins go, they have an enormous assortment and are happy to help you pick the right one for your home.
St. Bart’s Pumpkin Patch, North Augusta, SC
The pumpkin patch at St. Bartholomew’s on East Martintown Road is a favorite for North Augusta residents and those surrounding. Pumpkin prices vary depending on size, but there is no admission charge.
Visit one (or all) of these pumpkin patches this fall and don’t forget to snap some photos to capture the memory!