Pumpkin patches in Northern Alabama

Fall activities in Northern Alabama

Pumpkin patches near Decatur AL

It’s not fall without pumpkins. If you’re up for an adventure on a Saturday afternoon in September or October, we’d recommend that you check out one of these area pumpkin patches near Decatur AL. The perfect time to visit a pumpkin patch is when Alabama plays in the afternoon on college football Saturday. We’re all just a short drive away from one of these unique farms. No matter where you live in Northern AL, you’ll be able to enjoy some time at a pumpkin patch!


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For more questions about pumpkin availability, hours, or locations, we’d recommend that you visit the farm’s website for more details.

The Great Pumpkin Patch

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Admission to The Great Pumpkin Patch is absolutely free! There are dozens of activities available for the entire family that include hayrides, petting zoo, pony rides, live entertainment, and much more! Hours and activity pricing are available on the website.U-Pick farms in Northern Bama

Gullion Farms

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A real, working farm, Gullion Farms regularly hosts field trips and events during the summer and fall seasons. Pumpkin picking area is open during the fall season. Contact Gullion Farms for more pricing information.

Down on the Farm

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This 30-acre farm host a host of family-friendly activities that include a gigantic corn maze, corn cannon, cow train, large pumpkin patch, and more!

Tate Farms

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Tate Farms is family- and pet-friendly! Activities on the farm include hay rides, cotton jump, petting zoo, train ride, and much more.


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Lyon Family Farm

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Opening for the season on September 10, you’ll be able to enjoy a large corn maze, pig races, rubber duck races, petting zoo, cow train, pumpkin patch, and more at Lyon Family Farm.

4D Farm

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The 4D Farm feature a pumpkin patch, kid-friendly zipline, cow train, corn box, hillbilly pig races, play barn, and more.