Tara Boucher | September 13, 2023
🎃 Step into the Magical World of Pumpkins! 🍂
As the crisp autumn breeze rustles through the trees and leaves begin to turn their vibrant shades of orange and gold, there's no denying that fall has arrived. And with the arrival of fall comes one of the most beloved traditions of the season: visiting pumpkin patches! 🍁
Picture yourself wandering through fields of plump, cheerful pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, their warm hues contrasting beautifully with the cooler September sky & even more cool October sky. The earthy scent of hay and the laughter of families and friends fill the air as you embark on an adventure in search of the perfect pumpkin. 🌟
Welcome to the Charlotte area pumpkin patch paradises, where every pumpkin has a story, and every visit is a journey into the heart of autumn. Whether you're a seasoned pumpkin picker or a first-time visitor, get ready to immerse yourself in a world of fall fun, pumpkin carving inspiration, delicious pumpkin recipes, and so much more. 🎉
Saturday, Oct. 7, Truist Field in Uptown is turning into a patch with thousands of pumpkins for sale. It’s also the ballpark’s first Mecklenburg Oktoberfest — expect German beers and brats, live music, farmers’ market vendors and more.
Location: Trust Field (324 S Mint St.)
Hours: 11am (until they sell out).
Price: $10 for small; $20 for large.
Located in east Charlotte, Hodges is a short drive for those looking to stay in the city. In addition to a pumpkin patch, visitors can expect hay bales for climbing, barn animals, photo ops, picnic areas, hayrides (for a fee) and treats like kettle corn and funnel cakes available for purchase.
Fall season 2023: Saturday, Sept. 23 through Tuesday, Oct. 31. Of note: Hayrides are only available Saturdays and Sundays.
Location: 3780 Rocky River Road
Hours: 9am-5:30pm, 7 days a week.
Cost: Admission is free, but parking is $5 per car on Saturday and Sunday.
This Mooresville family farm has U-pick pumpkins by day, and transforms into a haunted attraction called Scarrigan Farms by night. Apple cider donuts and apple cider slushies are available from the food truck Saturday-Sunday.
Fall season 2023: Starts Saturday, Sept. 30.
Hours: 10am-3pm, seven days a week.
Cost: Reservations are required for $15 per person ($5 online deposit; $10 at the door). Price includes a pumpkin from the patch.
Bonus: Each trip to the pumpkin patch includes a hayride to the petting zoo and pumpkin field, per the farm.
Thirty minutes from Uptown, the family-owned Dallas farm celebrates fall with a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, wagon rides, chick feeding, plus 100 varieties of pumpkins and an array of treats in its market.
Fall season 2023: Starts Saturday, Sept. 9.
Location: 906 Dallas Stanley Highway, Dallas, NC
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-6:30pm, Saturday 9am-6pm, Sunday noon-6pm.
Cost: Admission is free. Heirloom pumpkins are 75 cents per pound. Carving pumpkins are 99 cents per pound.
(Source: charlotteaxios.com pc: charlottteknights, charlotteonthecheap, statesvillerecoresandlakndmark, linebergers)
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