Are you looking for the best pumpkin patches in Oklahoma? Whether you want a fun fall-themed photo shoot or you want to help your little one go out and pick their own pumpkin, we’ve got you covered!
Whether you’re looking for a fun Oklahoma date idea or you want something to do in Oklahoma with kids, here are local pick your own pumpkin farms (also known as U-Pick pumpkin farms and pumpkin patches).
Of course, with autumn on the way, now’s the time to get out to the nearest pumpkin patch and get your autumn on! Plus you’ll want to enjoy the best Oklahoma hayrides, corn mazes, and hay mazes in Oklahoma as well!
These are organized by city so you can find the best pumpkin patch near you. Oklahoma is a large state after all, and no one wants to drive more than an hour or so just for some pumpkins!
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Why Pick Your Own Pumpkins in Oklahoma?
While sure, you can go and buy your pumpkin at a grocery store, buying a pumpkin from an Oklahoma pumpkin patch is so much more fun!
You get to enjoy the day with family or friends, and you also get to support a local small business. We need our farmers, and this is a great way to make sure your money goes directly to them!
Once you bring your pumpkins home, you can use them for autumn decorations or for cooking. Yes, you can even eat carving pumpkins that are bred to be thinner for easier carving.
And of course, there are the yummy pumpkin seeds!
When Can You Visit an Oklahoma Pumpkin Patch?
While you might know that this is an autumn activity, you might now know when pumpkin season actually is.
Most farms are open by mid-September, and of course, things start to wrap up in late October. However, some farms stay open through November (and even December)!
For up-to-date information about scheduling, always consult directly with the farms since things can change quickly.
But what about Other Fall Fun? The Best Corn Mazes, Hay Mazes, Hayrides, and Fall Festivals!
You’ll find every kind of Oklahoma festive fall activity below, so even if you don’t want to pick your own pumpkin, you’ll still find great Oklahoma farm rides and more!
How to Get to an Oklahoma Pumpkin Farm?
Like most places in Oklahoma, you will need to drive.
Pumpkin patches tend to be in rural parts of the state, but even those very close to the cities are typically not reachable via public transportation.
In these situations, you can check if Uber or a taxi will work. Otherwise, if you won’t be driving your own car, I have tips below for renting a car in Oklahoma that you can pick up at the start of your journey.
Do You Need a Car for Your Trip?
It’s awfully hard to get around Oklahoma without a car. If you need to rent one, I use Discover Cars. You’ll be able to pick up a car at the airport or in your hometown.
Check availability and get a quote for a rental car for your trip.
The Best Pumpkin Patches in Oklahoma by City!
Here are the best Oklahoma Pumpkin patches and festivals in Oklahoma for the fall season.
Whether it be a wedding, date night, or a family outing with the kids, stay close to home or take a drive to get the small-town charm, Oklahoma has some of the best pumpkin patches in the Midwest with activities for all ages!
Autumn is just around the corner, and that means all things pumpkin, cooler weather, and football for most Oklahomans!
From roasted pumpkin seeds, pumpkin candles, and of course pumpkin pies can all be made from locally grown pumpkin patches throughout the state.
Pumpkins are a fall staple and here are some of the best pumpkin farms in Oklahoma to visit for all of your fall fun.
And there’s so much more to fall than just pumpkins!
Who doesn’t love hayrides, petting zoos, corn mazes, and of course picking your very own pumpkin?
Below, you will find a list of Oklahoma pumpkin patches grouped by location and activities that they offer.
Good to Know: Most pumpkin patches and pumpkin farms are small businesses located on family farms. This means that information like opening hours can change on very short notice.
It’s always a good idea to call the farm before you go, even if the farm’s Facebook page or website lists their hours online.
The Best Pumpkin Patches in OKC and Central Oklahoma
For those looking for hayrides, festivals, mazes, and pumpkin patches near Oklahoma City, Edmond, Norman, etc.
P Bar Farms (Hydro)
This historic Rt. 66. corn maze and pumpkin patch is known for providing perfect fall memories.
From the farm-friendly petting zoo to the miniature golf course, there is a multitude of things to do.
Pick the perfect pumpkin right off of the vine after you venture through the farm’s main event: a seven-acre cornfield maze with three and a half miles of winding paths.
When the sun goes down you don’t want to miss the laser tag barn.
The creepy monsters and scary creatures of the night will visit the maze if you dare to stay!
Opening day is September 18th through October 31st, 1002 Old 66 Hydro OK visit P B Farms Corn Maze for more information.
Cornerstone Kid’s Ranch (Ada)
This beautiful 160-acre ranch is located just 3 miles northwest of Ada and hosts many spectacular events such as hayride, hay maze, hay slide, petting farm, and even a diamond dig!
There’s so much to do here, and you don’t want to miss out on any of it!
Admission includes all activities AND a pumpkin of your choice!
Don’t miss the fall carnival games and of course the zip line!
Visit Cornerstone Kids’ Ranch for more info. Activities run October 1 through October 31.
Address: 11960 CR 3536 Ada, OK
Parkhurst Pumpkin Patch (Arcadia)
A little country bliss including a petting zoo, hammocks to relax, firepits, corn maze, hayrides, and of course pumpkin picking.
Have a snack at the concessions or even take a pony ride! (Both are not included in admission.
Get a free pumpkin with admission while supplies last.
Opening day is September 24, 2021, and they are open through mid-December! Check their website directly for up-to-date information.
Address: 720 S. Henney Road Arcadia, Oklahoma
This Special Needs community festival & pumpkin patch event offers hayrides, a petting zoo, food trucks, inflatables and of course a pumpkin patch.
Visit Wings OK or find them on Facebook for more information.
This event runs on weekends from September 24th – October 17th at the WINGS event center. Check their website for up-to-date information.
Address: 13700 N. Eastern Edmond, OK
The Patch at Silver Wind Farm (Edmond)
This family-oriented patch hosts private events, pumpkin picking, and pony rides along with a 10-species petting zoo.
Enter their pumpkin growing contest and you could win one of several amazing prizes.
From inflatables to snow cones your day will be fun-filled!
Follow them on Facebook or go to The Patch at Silver Wind Farm to book your visit. ember 29 through October 28.
Address: 16315 N. Macarthur Oklahoma City, OK
Pumpkinville at the Myriad Botanical Gardens (Oklahoma City)
This Wizard of Oz-themed event located right in the metro features a mini-village made out of pumpkins, gourds, and haystacks.
Crafted games, activities, entertainment, and unlimited rides on the carousel for all of your fall fun!
Paint a pumpkin and even have a special treat! There’s no place like Pumpkinville!
Visit October 8 through October 24. Visit their website for more information and times.
Address: 301 W Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Orr Family Farm (Oklahoma City)
One of the largest pumpkin patches in the OKC metro area, this award-winning pumpkin patch has it all from hayrides, zombie apocalypse paintball, and even camping!
You will get into the fall spirit by smelling the yummy kettle corn as soon as you enter and of course don’t leave without taking your pick from the pumpkin patch.
The full season begins October 8, however, you can pre-order your tickets beginning September 7th on their website.
Address: 14400 S. Western Ave, Oklahoma City.
Daze in a Maze (Marshall)
You will find entertainment for all, from the very young to the young at heart!
Your little ones can make their way through the hay maze and the bigger ones can enjoy the large corn & themed hay maze and for the brave, there is a “jungle” maze that is hard and it is very dark!
After picking your pumpkin, take a hayride, feed the many farm animals, have a picnic, or play on the playground.
This Oklahoma corn maze has a little something for everyone!
Open September 25th through Thanksgiving weekend! Check their website for up-to-date information.
Address: 2 mi N. of Hwy 51 & 74 Jct. in Marshall, OK
Chesters Party Barn (Piedmont)
This patch is just a short drive outside of the OKC metro, easiest-to-get-to pumpkin patches near Oklahoma City.
Owned by the one and only Chester the Clown, farmer, and entertainer.
Take a hayride or get lost in their three-acre maze, feed the barn friends, or take a slide down the giant slide!
Stick around for live entertainment (weekends) and don’t leave without picking your pumpkin!
Chester’s is a full-service event center for all of your wedding and party needs.
Reserve your tickets online.
Fall picking begins on September 25. Infants and 65+ receive free admission.
Address: 5201 Cimarron Road Piedmont, OK
Grider Farm Pumpkin Patch (Perkins)
Grider Farm offers a three-acre maze and over 45 acres of pumpkins for your pickin’.
The annual come and go festival offers Hayrides, local vendors with yummy treats for purchase, as well as live entertainment.
A little bit of fun for the entire family! Visit their Facebook page for more information.
Address: 14500 S. Country Club RD.
The Best Pumpkin Patches near Tulsa and Northeastern Oklahoma
If you live in Tulsa, Bartlesville, Osage County, or anywhere in Northeastern Oklahoma, check out these pumpkin patches near Tulsa.
Livesay Orchards (Porter)
Learn the story of Spookley the square pumpkin as you walk through the hay bale maze on Spookley’s Storybook Trail.
This patch will not only keep your children active but entertained and engaged as they learn how everyone is unique and special.
Stop by the pumpkin playland or visit the creepy-crawly Oklahoma State insect adventure.
This fun-filled patch is passionate about recognizing the medical professionals in our great state.
Before you leave take a photo in the sunflower field and go home with memories you will cherish forever.
Visit them on Facebook or online.
Address: 39232 E. 231st St. South Porter, OK
Faithful Family Farms (Adair)
Known for its amazing five-acre corn maze, this pumpkin patch near Tulsa will provide nothing but wide-open spaces, yummy, concessions and of course combine slides.
Meet over a dozen new barnyard friends before you leave and when you walk out you will see how many organizations this family-run operation helping. Runs from September 19 through October 31.
Check their Facebook page for up-to-date information.
Address: 525 E Main ST. Adair, OK
Pleasant Valley Farms (Sand Springs)
The huge selection of activities on this farm includes a twenty-acre corn maze, cowbell tosses, and of course, a memorable hayride is just a few of the activities at this farm.
You can also find a fabulous petting zoo where you can meet new farm friends.
Bring the family out and get in on some amazing photo ops after you play a round on the eighteen-hole mini-golf course.
The 11th annual fall festival October 9 & 10th. Visit their website for more information.
Address: 22350 W. 71st St. S. Sand Springs, OK
The Country Bumpkin Pumpkin Patch (Bartlesville)
Relax with your family in a beautiful rural setting and pick a pumpkin too!
There’s plenty to do for the active ones too!
Hayrides, train rides, the bumpkin maze, and for an additional cost you can visit Slingshot and Paintball Alley!
Country Bumpkin opens September 25 through October 31st. Visit them on their website for more information.
Address: 18500 n 403 Rd Bartlesville, OK
Oh My Gourd! (Glencoe)
This Oklahoma jewel offers punkin’ chunkin’, hayrides, punkin’ bowling, movies after dark as well as plenty of farm-fresh produce.
Oh! and there will be plenty of pumpkins for you to choose from.
This patch runs September 10 and runs through October 31. You can visit them on Facebook for more planning.
Address: 9212 E. Glencoe Rd Glencoe, OK
Rustic Roots (Lamont)
Spend a day Pumpkin pickin’, enjoying the ten-acre corn maze, petting zoo, corn cannon, hayrides, jump pad, and tractor tire playground are just a few of the attractions you will find at Rustic Roots.
This Oklahoma pumpkin patch is a bit more centrally located than most!
It’s just under two hours from Tulsa and ninety minutes from Oklahoma City, this pumpkin patch will not disappoint.
On October 16 your family can enjoy a fall festival including live music, food trucks, and all of the farm activities. September 18- November 7.
Plan your visit on their website.
Address: 105340 Greer Rd Lamont, Ok
Carmichaels Pumpkin Patch (Bixby)
Feed the animals, take a wagon ride, or take a trip through the cane maze.
With an amazing setting for fall pictures, you will have plenty of pumpkins to choose from.
This pumpkin patch has something for everyone!
Best part? Free admission and free parking for all guests.
Take a ride on a camel or a pony, feed the barn friends, or experience the parakeet encounter for a very small price. The memories? Priceless!
The season opens September 25! Find them on Facebook for more information.
Address: 17137 S. Mingo Rd. Bixby, OK 74008.
Annabelle’s Fun Farm (Welch)
This is your one-stop shop for fall festivities this season!
One of the most talked-about patches in the state!
Spend a day enjoying the Rock-climbing wall, candy cannon, corn maze, duck races, pig races, and even a haunted house!
And don’t forget to take a shot at pumpkin bowling, jump on the hayride, or play a game of wall ball.
On your way out say hello to the barnyard friends. You will not leave disappointed!
Additional charge: paintball barn, gemstone mining, hydro blasters.
Visit their website for tickets, pricing, and even giveaways!
Address: 444606 E. 110 Rd. Welch, OK
The Best Pumpkin Patches near Lawton and Southern Oklahoma
If you’re looking for the best hay mazes, pumpkin farms, and hayrides in Southern Oklahoma, check these out!
Brown Ranch Hay Maze (Overbrook)
If you’re looking for fall fun in southern Oklahoma, this farm offers a kiddie cow train, hayrides, hay castle, and a kids corral with pedal cars, scooters, playhouses and so much more.
They boast the largest hay maze in the state!
While this is not technically a pumpkin patch, there’s so much fall goodness here that you should make time to visit.
This little piece of Southern Oklahoman heaven starts October 1st and runs through October 31. Visit them online on their website.
Address: Campbell Road in Overbrook, OK
Platter Flats Pumpkin Patch (Calera)
This southern Oklahoma pumpkin patch includes activities such as a large bounce pillow, barrel train ride, hayrides, yard games and more.
Complete your fall décor by picking the perfect jack-o-lantern or visit the barnyard friends.
Food Trucks will be on the property for you to purchase yummy treats.
The season opens on September 25th and runs through October 31.
Visit them on Facebook for more up-to-date changes.
Address: 254 Platter Flat Rd. Calera, OK 74730
Jahns Pumpkin Hill (Cyril)
Fall on this farm includes a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, round bale hay maze, Hiney slide, tractor tours, the jumping pillow, swings & junior zip line!
The roots were planted on this farm date as far back as 1942!
This beautiful farm offers tours to share the agricultural uniqueness of Southwest Oklahoma.
Don’t leave without grabbing a snack at the concessions and take advantage of the ample photo ops.
Season Opens October 1 and runs through October 31st
Visit Jahns Pumpkin Hill online.
Address: 46154 County Street 2710
Now that you have your pumpkin, what will you do with it? Fall décor? Carve a jack-o-lantern? Make a yummy pie? Or roast pumpkin seeds?
Whichever you choose, I hope your pumpkin picking is memorable and filled with fun your family will never forget!
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Stephanie Craig is a born-and-bred Oklahoma mom and travel expert who has been to over fifty countries. After traveling all over the world, Stephanie moved back to Oklahoma to explore more of her own backyard. Her favorite things to do in Oklahoma include visiting the Blue Whale of Catoosa, the Arcadia Round Barn, and the Talimena Scenic Byway.