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Where to go Pumpkin Picking Near North Jersey
1. Abma's Farm – Wyckoff
This family-owned farm celebrates fall with hayrides and pumpkin picking every day except Sundays. Before leaving, savor some apple cider and doughnuts from the farm market. Advanced ticket purchases are required for a hayride, pumpkin picking, and barnyard petting zoo packages. Kids ages 2 years old and under are FREE.
2. Alstede Farms – Chester
This NJ farm has lots to offer, including tons of activities for kids. You'll find a bounce house, wagon ride, corn maze, hay pyramid, and farm animals to feed—plus a farm stand and plenty of pick-your-own options, pumpkins included. Be sure to check its calendar to see what events are happening that day and what produce can be picked. Reservations are required. It gets jam-packed on the weekends, so come on a weekday if you can when admission prices are cheaper.
3. Conklin Farm U-Pick – Montville
Conklin is a smaller venue, but it has all you could ask for: pumpkin picking, a toddler corn maze, and hayrides (regular and haunted hayrides—weekends only), but it's less frantic. A snack shack with hot cider, candy apples, and warm, homemade doughnuts keeps everyone full and happy. Visit them on the weekends and see if you can win a 100-pound pumpkin! Pumpkin picking season opens on Saturday, September 25.
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Demarest Farms has pumpkins of every shape and size ready for you to seize. Photo courtesy of the farm
4. Demarest Farms – Hillsdale
This Bergen County farm is a fun place to take the family. Pumpkin picking season is now open. Reservations are required and include access to the pumpkin patch plus two petting zoos, an adventure playground, and a corn box. Consider a late-day reservation and stick around for its Halloween Light Show.
5. Farms View Farm – Wayne
The perfect "starter" pumpkin patch for little ones, Farms View is an adorable road stand with a short hayride to pick pumpkins. Admission also includes a fresh-pressed apple cider or an apple cider doughnut packed to-go. You'll also find animals in the barnyard and character cut-out photo-ops. The season runs from the last weekend in September through the end of October.
6. Heaven Hill Farm – Vernon
Heaven Hill Farm offers pumpkin picking and tons of agritainment. Weekends are filled with fun courtesy of its Great Pumpkin Festival, with food concessions, magic shows, pig races, carnival rides, paintball ranges, apple cannons, sand art, and more. During the week, you can enjoy farm animals, corn mazes (they have a mad scientist theme this year), and so much more. Book tickets online in advance.
7. Ort Farms – Long Valley
This 100-year old, family-run farm is quieter and less commercial than other destinations, yet it still offers tons of family fun, including pumpkin picking, hayrides, farm animals, an apple cannon, pony rides, a tractor play-set, hay pyramid, and even monster truck rides. Purchase tickets for its Fall Festival online before visiting.
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Get them straight off the vine at Riamede Farm. Photo courtesy of the farm
8. Riamede Farm – Chester
For some real pumpkin picking—the kind where you cut the pumpkin right off the vine yourself—go to Riamede Farm. This quiet, simple, laid-back apple farm includes a hayride to the pumpkin patch. Don't forget to bring your clippers! If you prefer not to cut them yourself, Riamede offers a pumpkin meadow with pre-cut pumpkins in all sizes, as well as a selection of pre-cut pumpkins at its store. Purchase your farm pass in advance online to guarantee admission.
9. Stony Hill Farms – Chester
Giant pumpkins are waiting to be picked at the Stony Hill Farms pumpkin patch or farm market. The Maze Fun Park is open on the weekends for other fall offerings, including hayrides, fence mazes, rope mazes, and a 10-acre corn maze. Check out its "flashlight maze" on Saturday nights in October.
10. Sussex County Strawberry Farm – Newton
The name of this farm can be misleading; Sussex County Strawberry Farm has pumpkins, too! Beginning during the first week in October, enjoy a pumpkin patch, weekend hayrides, fresh cider, and apples. Bonus: Pick-your-own raspberries are available in September and October.
11. Wightman Farm – Morristown
This is my family's go-to pick-your-own New Jersey farm. Wightman kicks off pumpkin picking in mid-September on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Visitors to the farm must purchase fall festival tickets, which include hayrides, choosing one pumpkin, a variety of mazes, tunnels, and labyrinths, and entry to the apple orchard; pay for what you pick separately. Tickets are $25 per person for everyone ages 3+ and must be purchased on the farm.
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Climb on the wooden train at Happy Day Farm's "Kids Korner." Photo courtesy of the farm
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12. Happy Day Farm – Manalapan
You won't be bored at this Monmouth County farm. It's loaded with family activities, including pumpkin picking, crafts, pony rides, hayrides, a wooden train, pig races, swings, an animal feeding zoo, and even a "Kids Korner" for the 2- to 6-year-old crowd. Weekends include animal feedings, cornhole, pedal carts, tractor rides, and tug-o-war fun. The fall harvest season runs through Sunday, October 31. Most activities are weekend-only, though pumpkin picking is available weekdays in October. Purchase tickets online in advance. On-site farm purchases are cash-only.
13. Johnson's Corner Farm – Medford
Take a hayride out to the pumpkin patch daily through Halloween at Johnson's Corner Farm. Find plenty of weekend-only fall fun here, too, including a corn maze, live music, gem mining, and more. Stop at the market for cider doughnuts, pies, and more fall treats. Purchase tickets online in advance.
14. Melicks Town Farm – Califon
This fun farm is a family favorite. On weekends in October, enjoy a wagon ride out to the pumpkin patch to select your pumpkins straight from the vine. After pumpkin picking, be sure to check out apple picking and visit the cider mill to watch those apples get pressed into delicious cider.
15. Norz Hill Farm –Hillsborough
Pumpkin picking, hayrides, and farm animals are all part of the fall fun at Norz Hill Farm. Don't forget to try the 5-acre corn maze, which boasts a new design each season. Fall harvest days run daily through Sunday, October 31.
16. Oasis Family Farm – Robbinsville
Pick pumpkins, sample local honey, and enjoy FREE wagon rides, games, and more at this New Jersey pumpkin picking farm. There's even an ant colony and gem mine to explore plus a children's Fun Zone and beehive to check out. Pumpkin picking run weekends Saturday, September 25-Sunday, October 31.
17. Terhune Orchards – Princeton
Terhune is such a fun place to bring the family because of the breadth of kid-friendly things to do around the farm. The pumpkin picking fields are located at the main farm on Cold Soil Road and open in September and October. Fall Family Weekends include fun happenings like pony rides, pedal tractors, a hay bale maze, and more. Timed-entry tickets must be purchased in advance. While you're there, be sure to visit the farm store and winery.
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See what size pumpkin is right for you at Duffield's Farm. Photo courtesy of the farm
Where to go Pumpkin Picking Near South Jersey
18. Duffield's Farm – Sewell
This South Jersey pumpkin picking farm offers fresh gourds for the taking through Halloween. Pair your visit to the patch with a hayrideand freshly picked apples. Note that the farm is closed on Sundays.
19. Johnson's Locust Hall Farm – Jobstown
Head to Johnson's Locust Hall Farm for its Fall Harvest Park & Pick Weekends. Reservations are required and grant access to pumpkin picking, apple picking, the sunflower field, and a corn maze. Hayrides, live music, and food trucks are also available.
20. Sahl's Father Son Farm – Galloway
Visit the farm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays in October for pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn mazes, farm animals, and more seasonal fall fun. Tickets can be purchased online in advance, though bookmark its Facebook page to net discounts.
Originally published in September 2012.
Sign up for our FREE newsletters to get the latest fall coverage and more delivered right to your inbox.Where to go Pumpkin Picking Near North Jersey1. Abma's Farm – WyckoffThis family-owned farm celebrates fall with hayrides and pumpkin picking every day except Sundays. Before leaving, savor some a...
Giant pumpkins are waiting to be picked at the Stony Hill Farms pumpkin patch or farm market.. The name of this farm can be misleading; Sussex County Strawberry Farm has pumpkins, too!. Visitors to the farm must purchase fall festival tickets, which include hayrides, choosing one pumpkin, a variety of mazes, tunnels, and labyrinths, and entry to the apple orchard; pay for what you pick separately.. Pumpkin picking, hayrides, and farm animals are all part of the fall fun at Norz Hill Farm.. Pick pumpkins, sample local honey, and enjoy FREE wagon rides, games, and more at this New Jersey pumpkin picking farm.. Visit the farm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays in October for pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn mazes, farm animals, and more seasonal fall fun.. You'll find a bounce house, wagon ride, corn maze, hay pyramid, and farm animals to feed—plus a farm stand and plenty of pick-your-own options, pumpkins included.. The perfect "starter" pumpkin patch for little ones, Farms View is an adorable road stand with a short hayride to pick pumpkins.. This 100-year old, family-run farm is quieter and less commercial than other destinations, yet it still offers tons of family fun, including pumpkin picking, hayrides, farm animals, an apple cannon, pony rides, a tractor play-set, hay pyramid, and even monster truck rides.
Pick a perfect pumpkin at one of these patches in Westchester, New Jersey, and Long Island.
914-245-5111. About 1 hour by car from Midtown Manhattan; also accessible via Metro-North. Wilkens' pumpkin patch opens for picking Friday, October 1 this year, and apple picking is available through late October.. 908-258-6245. About 1 hour by car from Midtown Manhattan; also accessible via New Jersey Transit. In addition to pumpkin and apple picking, this farm offers a ton of activities, including a 10-acre corn maze and barnyard animals.. Take New Jersey Transit to the Gladstone Station and call Village Taxi or hop on the Alstede Farms Courtesy Coach for a lift to the farm; reservations are required at least 2 hours in advance.. Admission is $7 and includes parking, a hayride, access to the adventure playground, and time with the farm animals.. Many of these farms and orchards offer additional activities for kids, including hayrides, corn mazes , and apple picking , too.. 914-485-1210. About 1 hour by car from Midtown Manhattan; also accessible via Metro-North. Located directly across the street from Outhouse Orchards (below), this family-run farm offers a variety of pumpkins and gourds.. 914-277-3188. About 1 hour by car from Midtown Manhattan; also accessible via Metro-North. This apple-picking favorite has added a pumpkin patch to its attractions, which also include hayrides and a corn maze.
The leaves are changing colors, the weather has gone from stagnant to refreshing and PSLs are most definitely back. What does it all mean? It’s pumpkin picking season, of course. Celebrate the change of season and get ready for Halloween festivities with an excursion to one of these pumpkin picking spots in New Jersey and New York for a gourd-geous selection plus family-friendly entertainment to boot. Happy picking, friends.
It’s pumpkin picking season, of course.. Celebrate the change of season and get ready for Halloween festivities with an excursion to one of these pumpkin picking spots in New Jersey and New York for a gourd -geous selection plus family-friendly entertainment to boot.. What attractions, you ask?. Hay rides, corn mazes, picnic and play areas, as well as games (like pumpkin slingshot) are among the family-friendly activities you can enjoy when you plan a trip to this pretty pumpkin picking spot.. The Apple Day Fall Harvest Festival at Terhune Orchards is an extravaganza of fun-filled activities that promise to thrill guests of all ages.. Pumpkin picking at Snyder’s Farm, which is scheduled to start on October 3 and go through to October 25, starts with a scenic hayride to the festival grounds, where guests will be greeted by an impressive pumpkin patch and a whole host of attractions to boot.. Admission to this pumpkin picking party includes 30+ additional games and activities for kids of all ages (and grown-ups, too).. Celebrate fall bounty and pick up a prized pumpkin at Schaefer Farms where the family fun kicks off on September 26 and continues every weekend through October.. After a scenic, peaceful hay ride through the woods, guests can pick their own pumpkin straight off the vine at the sprawling pumpkin patch at Cheesequake farms, starting from September 18.. There’s a challenging corn maze to take on too, plus a farm stand that’s filled with fresh produce and seasonal decor that you can purchase as a festive souvenir from your pumpkin picking experience.. Note: Cheesequake Farms has two locations in New Jersey and it’s advisable to check with the farm you intend to visit to ensure the pumpkin patch is ready before you swing by.
Discover New Jersey's Best Pick Your Own pumpkin Picking Farms: A great Family Activity
They also feature a corn maze, a kiddie (mini) corn maze, tractor-pulled hay rides, wagon rides, a bounce house, a picnic area, Inflatables/bounce house, pony rides, and farm animals Conklin Farm U-Pick 65 River Rd,. Montville, NJ. 973-400-9460 Website Pumpkin picking season begins the 3rd week in September, They feature a corn maze, tractor-pulled hay rides, wagon rides, a picnic area, farm animals and a haunted Hayride (not recommended for kids under 8).. Fairfield, NJ. 973-227-1011 Website Beginning late September they feature. pumpkin picking, hayrides, a 5 acre corn maze (child friendly), Large "Play in the Hay" area inside greenhouse, and a Petting Zoo (first three weekends in October and Columbus Day, weather permitting). Enjoy Pumpkin Picking, Indian Corn & Gourds, Farm Animals, Boo Barn, an old-fashioned hayride, Corn Maze, Hay Maze, Pig Races, Carnival Rides, Gem Mining, Pony Rides, Face Painting, and Sand Art.. Middle Valley Farms 304-b Pleasant Valley Road. Mendham, NJ. 973 543 7789 Website They feature pumpkin picking, a corn maze, tractor-pulled hay rides and a picnic area. Sun High Orchard 19 Canfield Avenue. Randolph, NJ 07869. 973-584-4734 Website In addition to pumpkin picking they offer. a "Kiddie Corn Pit Play Area" - a giant corn filled sand box for ages 1-6, and other children's activities including a Rope Maze, a Tile Maze, a Pipe Maze, and a Kiddie Hay Maze.. Tree-Licious Orchards 135 Karrville Road. Port Murray, NJ Website Featuring over 130 acres of fresh fruits, pumpkin picking, berry picking, apple picking, peach picking, private tours, corporate events, farm wedding, farm to table dinners and fun for the whole family.. Norz - Hill Farm & Market 116 South Branch Road. Hillsborough. (908) 371-COWS Website Pumpkin picking season usually starts the 3rd weekend in September and runs until the end of October including Columbus Day The farm features 75 varieties of pumpkins, hayrides out to the pumpkin patch, pony rides .. Norz also offers scary, spookier Creepy Hollow nighttime activities for thrill-seekers.. Agros Farm 1250 Lacey Rd. Forked River, NJ. (609) 693.3513 Website Pumpkin picking season starts the 3rd weekend in September and runs until the end of October, including Columbus Day.. Conte Farms 299 Flyatt Road. Tabernacle, NJ. 609 268 1010 Website In addition to pumpkin picking, they offer a corn maze, a picnic area and wagon rides. Dewolfs U Pick Farm 58 w colliers mil rd. New Egypt, New Jersey Facebook page Beginning last weekend of September, in addti9on to pumpkin picking they offer hay rides, a corn maze, a straw maze, and corm kernel pools.. Mood's Farm Market 901 Bridgeton Pike. Mullica Hill, NJ. (856) 478-2500 Website Pumpkin picking season starts 3rd weekend in September and runs until Halloween (or until they run out of pumpkins).. Rea's Farm Market 400 Stevens St.. West Cape May, NJ Facebook (609) 884-4522. Pumpkin picking season starts the first weekend in October and the pumpkin patch is open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Hayrides to the pumpkin patch are available
Get out your pumpkin pie recipes and jack o’lantern carving tools and head to one of these farms for PYO pumpkins, farm animals, hayrides and mazes.
Starting the third weekend in September, Fairfield Farms will be open for all of their “fun in the field” activities throughout the fall.. Stop by to pick pumpkins, go for a hayride, find your way through the corn maze and the rope maze, and feed farm animals.. In October, you can pick your pumpkins at the peak of the season, and grab apple cider donuts that are fresh daily.. By Day events include hayrides, pumpkin picking, mazes, and feeding farm animals, starting September 26.. Advanced tickets required for the nighttime Farm of Horrors activities.. Take a hayride to pick your own pumpkin.. There are hayrides available on the weekend.. Ort Farms 25 Bartley Rd., Long Valley. 908-876-3351Ort Farms is kicking off its Fall Festival for the 2020 season starting on September 11.. After picking pumpkins, your kids can play on hay bales, see some friendly farm animals, take a hayride, or get lost in the corn maze.. Fall Festival tickets are required.. Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch.. Norz Hill Farm & Market 120 South Branch Rd., Hillsborough. 908-371-2697. Starting September 12 to November 7, Fall Harvest days with hayrides to the pumpkin patches.. With hay rides, pumpkin picking, corn mazes, food, music and more on the weekends.. 94, Vernon. 973-764-5144. The Great Pumpkin Festival is underway September 11 – November 7, and in addition to pumpkin picking, there’s a hay maze, hay crawl, pig races, gem mining, apple cider donuts and food stands.. There are hayrides on the weekends, and you can pick your own apples.
Picking apples in New Jersey apple and pumpkin farms is a fun activity kids of all ages can enjoy.
Also: pumpkin picking !. September - October 2021. Kids Fun Farm Activities Include: Pony Rides, Wagon Train Rides, Scenic Farm Hayrides and Corn Kingdom.. Opening September 25, 2021 U pick pumpkins , hayrides (haunted hayrides weekends only), farm animals, corn maze, barn store, snack shack.. Pick your own apples and pumpkins .. September - October 2021, Weekends 11AM-6PM Pumpkin picking , hay rides, corn maze, food, music and so much more.. Fall Family Fun Weekends: 10AM-5PM.. Fall Festival September 12, 2021 - November 7, 2021 (7 days a week, Mon - Fri 12-6pm; Sat & Sun 10am-6pm). Take a tour of farm, plenty of Fall activities: hayrides, u-pick pumpkins, 5-acre corn maze, pony rides and more.
Farms Near Me for Kids to VisitWe just love visiting farms. Both of my kids love animals, Kevin in particular. There are many local farms and animal farms to visit with children in Pennsylvania. I think I have taken my kids to visit every farm on this list!With the pandemic, make sure you click thro...
There are many local farms and animal farms to visit with children in Pennsylvania.. Farms Near Me for Kids to Visit Preparing for a Farm Visit with Kids Farms to Visit Near Philadelphia. Fun Farms to Visit in Maryland Fun Farms to Visit in Delaware. Check websites and Facebook pages for special events and times, such as if they let you feed animals.. Highland Orchards in West Chester/Downingtown area: Offers many fun activities for kids including hay rides, story time and pick your own.. That is when they are offering the most activities.. The animals are for kids to see and visit.. : I guess their address is actually Newark but I call this part Hockessin.
Pick pumpkins for jack o'lanterns, decorations and pies at these New Jersey farms, with corn mazes, hayrides, farm animals, pony rides and more.
Admission is $16 per person, ages 2 and up, and includes parking, entrance to pumpkin patch, any size pumpkin that you pick, hay wagon ride, movie, two petting zoos, playground, corn box, photo display area, and crooked house village.. Farm is open daily from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.. Pumpkin- and apple-picking, hayrides, corn maze, children's attractions, farm store.. Pick-your-own pumpkins and apples, hayrides, corn mazes, children's attractions, hot apple cider donuts.. Pick-your-own pumpkins, pet and feed the animals, hay rides, corn maze, hay bale maze, bounce house, tractor display, farm market.. Petting farm with rescued farm animals, antique farm equipment display, farm market with fruits, veggies and specialties, food vendors.. Pumpkin- and apple-picking, children's activities, farm store, cider, pies, cider donuts.. Pumpkin-picking and lots more, including farm animals, a corn maze with daytime and evening hours, live music on weekends, children's activities (for an extra fee), a Pumpkin Pancake Breakfast on Oct. 28., cider mill tours on Fridays, and Harvest Moon Hayrides and Wine Tastings.. Pumpkins, corn maze, kids' hay bale maze, hayrides, farm animals.. Pumpkin-picking, with Fall Festival, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., weekends in October, featuring hay rides, corn maze, children's activities, food and music.. In addition to pumpkin-picking and a corn maze, the farm runs its Great Pumpkin Festival through Nov. 4, with amusement rides and more than 30 children's activities, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends.. Hayrides, farm animals, children's activities, and corn maze, with theme of "Brighten Someone's Day," to benefit the Tomorrows Children's Fund, which helps children with cancer and serious blood disorders.
These local farms are perfect for harvest picking, hay rides, corn mazes, haunted attractions and delicious fall treats.
We've compiled a list of some of the best pick-your-own farms in the Monmouth County area for the fall of 2020; most offer other activities for families to enjoy, like haunted attractions, hay rides, corn mazes and seasonal cider donuts.. A. Casola Farms (178 Route 34 and Schanck Road, Holmdel)Pick pumpkins, watch a wild west show, enjoy a corn maze or partake in a wine tasting sponsored by Fox Hollow Vineyards at A. Casola Farms in Holmdel.. Atlantic Farms (1506 Atlantic Avenue, Wall) Whether you want to pick your own pumpkins, view tractor and truck displays, enjoy a hay ride or get lost in the hay bale maze, there's something for everyone at Atlantic Farms.. A petting farm with rescued farm animals will also be open through the fall season (fees included).. Bullock Farms (83 Emleys Hill Road, Cream Ridge)At Bullock Farms, attendees can enjoy a 25-minute hayride amid 170 acres of pumpkins, Christmas trees and friendly ghouls.. The farm is open Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Screamin' Hill Brewery is open Friday and Saturday with limited hours.. Cheesequake Farms (Route 34 and Cottrell Road, Matawan) Located near the Middlesex and Monmouth border, Cheesequake Farms offers guests the ability to pick a pumpkin right off the vine, ride through the farm via hayride or wander around the corn maze.. Open daily, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit cheesequakefarms.com.. Happy Day Farm (106 Iron Ore Road, Manalapan)In addition to pumpkin picking, attendees can enjoy a slew of events at the beloved Happy Day Farm in Manalapan, including: a petting zoo, bee barn, corn maze, fun slide, pig race, pirate ship, pedal carts, pumpkin bowling, rainbow tires, ring toss, spider web, sunflower maze, tractor pull, tire mountain and tractor rides.. Festivities include Hayrides, a kids' train ride, animal barnyard, corn maze, pig races, goat races, a tire mountain, jumping pony pen, pumpkin bowling and pumpkin picking.. The farm is open daily 10 a.m. 'till 5 p.m. For more information, visit https://mapleleaffarmnj.com .. Red Wagon Farm Market (437 Route 33, Manalapan)For the farmers' market crowd, look no further than Red Wagon Farm Market's local produce market, open daily from 10 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. Weekenders will be able to enjoy hayrides (beginning Sept. 19) and pony rides (beginning Sept. 26) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Of course, attendees will be able to pick pumpkins, wander around the corn maze and enjoy a family picnic area.
Pumpkin picking, like apple picking and corn mazes, is an essential part of the full fall experience in Upstate New York.Families flock to farms to help harvest huge pumpkins to bring home and carve into jack-o-lanterns, decorate their front porches, or bake into a pie. Dozens of farms offer pumpkin...
Pumpkin picking, like apple picking and corn mazes, is an essential part of the full fall experience in Upstate New York.. Open Thursday to Sunday 1 p.m. to dusk Admission: FREE Address: 11 Hobart Road, Gabriels, NY Phone: (518) 354-3114 Website. CATSKILLS This family farm is also a great place for fall family fun.. Open Saturdays and Sundays through November 4 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Admission: Age 13+ $8, Age 6-12 $6, Kids 5 and under are FREE Address: 233 Hurd and Parks Road, Swan Lake, NY 12783 Phone: (845) 583-4083 Website. Don’t miss the wagon rides and corn maze.. Ride the tractor down to the pumpkin patch to select the perfect gourd for the occasion, and don’t miss the corn maze, apple picking, tasting room and more.. Watch Boris the Pumpkin Catapult, get lost in the corn maze and go home with a perfect pumpkin.. (Video) Pumpkin patch pumpkin picking - Pumpkin farm in Long Island. Grab a wristband for access to a corn maze, apple launcher and more fall fun, then grab a huge pumpkin for jack-o-lantern carving.. Wagon rides, animal rides, inflatable obstacle courses and more make this a great pumpkin picking destination for families with kids.. Get the full fall experience at Pumkinville, from pumpkin picking and cider making to hayrides and corn mazes.. Admission: FREE Address: 4844 Sugartown Rd, Great Valley, NY 14741 Phone: (716) 699-2205 Website. Open through October 27 Wednesday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday & Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Open 7 days a week 10 a.m. to dusk Admission: Free on Weekdays, $8 on Fall Festival weekends Address: 11199 Main St, Clarence, NY 14031 Phone: (716) 759-8483 Website