Fall is right around the corner, and we can’t wait to see Facebook full with pictures of your little ones taking part in all the fall festivities! Here is a list of a few local pumpkin patches, mazes and festivals that are opening soon so that you can get a head start on your fall bucket-list!
Alachua’s Pumpkin Patch
Opens on October 1! Stay tuned on the Alachua’s Pumpkin Patch’s Facebook page to find out what times the patch will be open.
Amazing Grace Family Farms
Opens Friday, October 2 and will run until Saturday, October 31. Enjoy a pumpkin patch, corn maze, family attractions and more! Visit their website to learn more.
Hollow Oaks Corn Maze
Opens Friday, October 2 and will run until Sunday, November 8. Enjoy a spooky corn maze and hay ride at Hollow Oaks! Don’t worry, all attractions are meant for all ages. Admission is $12 for adults, $8 for ages 4-10 and ages 3 and under are free. You can purchase tickets online!
Sugar Camp Ranch Harvest Festival
Opens on Saturday, October 3, and will be open every Saturday in October! Head out to Sugar Camp Ranch for fall festivities! Admission is $10 and children under 2 years old are free. Enjoy hay rides, corn mazes, ziplining and more!
Coon Hollo Fall Festival
Opens Friday, October 9 and will run until Sunday, November 8. This fall festival is sure to be fun for the whole family! Space is limited, so visit Coon Hollo’s website to reserve your tickets!
The Pickin’ Patch
Opens on Saturday, September 26 and will run until Sunday, October 25. Admission price for this patch is $5 per person, and kiddos 3 and under are free! Check the patch’s website for more information about their COVID-19 safety precautions!
Newberry Cornfield Maze
Opens Friday, September 25 and will run until Saturday, October 31. The maze will open on Fridays from 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. and Saturdays from 3 p.m. – 11 p.m. Bring the family out to enjoy all kinds of spooky activities!
14th Annual Newberry Fall Festival
This festival will be on Saturday, November 21. Enjoy vendors, crafts, music, kids games and more at this annual event! Social distancing is encouraged.
Buy A Pumpkin Feed a Child
This patch opens Sunday, October 4 and runs until Saturday, October 31. “Every pumpkin you buy and every dollar you donate feeds hungry children. Buy A Pumpkin Feed A Child gives 100% of the proceeds directly to children and families in our local community of Gainesville and in Guatemala,” according to the company’s website!
Peanut Patch & Corn Maze
Opens Friday, October 2 and will run until Saturday, October 31. Admission to the patch and corn maze is $15 for adults, kids 4-10 are $10 and kiddos 3 and under are free! Masks are mandatory and social distancing is recommended.
*Event times and dates are subject to change due to COVID-19.
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