What to Do in Hampton Roads: Pumpkin Patches

Maybe it’s all the Pumpkin Spice in the air – but Autumn is one of the best times to really love living in the Hampton Roads area. The tourist have moved on, the weather is brisk, and there are so many fun activities planned. From art shows to spooky haunted houses – there is plenty to do in the Hampton Roads area.  But nothing beats a good, old fashion pumpkin patch.  Here is a list provided by the folks at MyActiveChild.com.

Bergey’s Breadbasket: Chesapeake

With a huge corn maze, corn cob shooter, and tractor rides – this is so much family fun. Plus you can get plenty of pumpkins, local produce, and homemade baked goods like seasonal pies and other treats. This family-run operation has been in Chesapeake for over 75 years and is sure to help your family create great fall memories. The corn maze will be open until November 1st

Cullipher Pumpkin Patch: Virginia Beach

A great place to pick your own pumpkins and gourds. This local farm has two mazes, wagon rides, and a huge kids play area including sand pile, two hay mountains, and rope maze. Open Saturdays and Sundays through October.

Green Hand Farm Park: Gloucester

Worth the drive over the Coleman Bridge- lots of pumpkins, free hayride to over 2 arches of pumpkin picking glory. Plus there is a corn maze and other family friendly fun.

Woods Orchards Farm Market: Hampton

Open seven days a week – this Peninsula staple has lots of large pumpkins and an entire field of white pumpkins. Plus the farm stand has locally produced and grown produce and other food items. Did we mention President and Mrs. Obama once got pumpkins from this very farm stand when they were visiting Langley Air Force Base in 2011?

What are some of your favorite places to spend family-friendly fun in Hampton Roads?

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