The 10 Best Pumpkin Patches in Miami and Beyond

Just because it’s bright and sunny outside doesn’t mean we can’t indulge in the seasonal urge to decorate pumpkins, dress up scarecrows and take autumnal selfies. Throw on your favorite (lightweight) sweater and head to one or more of these picture-perfect pumpkin patches in Miami, complete with beer, corn mazes and all the fall vibes you can handle. Whether you want something super kid-oriented (like Bedner’s Farm) or something for the foodies (think: Pumpkin Towne), we've got you covered with the best pumpkin patches in Miami and beyond.

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1. Mr. Jack O’ Lanterns Pumpkins

  • Distance from Miami: 1.5 hours
  • Admission: Free

This family-owned, California-based pumpkin patch has it all: pumpkin-picking, carving kits, games and attractions, a giant obstacle course and more — all just a short drive away in Palm Beach. Even better, the patch also offers online ordering and delivery for pumpkins. Pro tip: Opt for the Jack O’ Pass, which includes unlimited access to all games and activities, plus one mini pumpkin and one session of pumpkin decorating.

419 Lakeview Ave., West Palm Beach

2. Tinez Farms

  • Distance from Miami: 45 minutes
  • Admission: from $12

No need to rush here before Fright Night because happily, the Tinez Farms pumpkin patch runs through the end of November (!). Here, visitors can also enjoy an animal barnyard, bounce house, wooden play structures, tubing slide and photo spots, all included in the ticket price. (Pony rides, cow barrel train rides, and the friendly fire experience are available for an extra fee.)

16405 SW 177th Ave., Miami

3. Hope Miami Lakes Pumpkin Patch

  • Distance from Miami: 25 minutes
  • Admission: $5 and up

Hope Miami Lakes United Methodist Church’s annual pumpkin patch returns this year, filled with gourds of all sizes, local baked goods and food trucks, weekend music performances and entertainment, an obstacle course and playground, and even a corn maze. So yeah, this one has family fun written all over it.

14800 NW 67th Ave., Miami Lakes

4. Miami Springs Pumpkin Patch

  • Distance from Miami: 15 minutes
  • Admission: Free

Miami Springs has its own pumpkin patch, thanks to Poinciana United Methodist Church’s annual event. Though this patch doesn’t offer as many activations as some of the others on our list, you can expect an extra-large selection of pumpkins that’s guaranteed not to run out.

300 N Royal Poinciana Blvd., Miami Springs

5. Boca Pumpkin Patch Festival

  • Distance from Miami: 1 hour
  • Admission: $25

Mizner Park’s Boca Pumpkin Patch Festival is back this year, featuring 2,500 pumpkins alongside carnival rides, a cornstalk maze and sweet pumpkin treats. Perfect for the entire family, the three-day event will run Friday, October 13 through Sunday, October 15. Unlimited carnival rides and access to the cornstalk maze and dress-your-own scarecrow village are included in the entrance fee. And for an additional cost, attendees can pick pumpkins from the patch, decorate them on-site and indulge in pumpkin-inspired eats from local vendors.

590 Plaza Real, Boca Raton

6. Pinto’s Farm

  • Distance from Miami: 45 minutes
  • Admission: $21 and up

Pinto’s is one of the largest pumpkin patches in Miami, so you know the family-run operation has the whole fall fun thing down to a science. Along with an admirable squash selection, you’ll find fruit smoothies, hayrides and animals here every weekend through Halloween.

14890 SW 216th St., Miami

7. The Little Farm

  • Distance from Miami: 45 minutes
  • Admission: $13 and up

Pumpkins, a petting zoo and…frozen treats? Hey, you’re still in Miami, after all. Open every weekend through October, the Little Farm’s Fall Festival offers everything you’d expect from your neighborhood farm, plus a lineup of local food vendors. No wonder it’s one of the best pumpkin patches in Miami.

13401 SW 224th St., Miami

8. Pumpkin Towne

  • Distance from Miami: 1 hour and 15 minutes
  • Admission: Free

If its name is any indication, Pumpkin Towne takes its annual fall duties seriously. With three South Florida locations (Jupiter, Wellington and Stuart), this family-run operation offers plenty of photo ops, carving stations and food, including their legendary pumpkin pie.

2635 State Road 7, Wellington

9. Bedner’s Farm

  • Distance from Miami: 1 hour and 25 minutes
  • Admission: $21 and up

Bedner’s Farm is hosting its annual fall festival this year, running now through Halloween. Included with admission is entrance to the pumpkin patch, plus tractor rides, live music and the corn maze and sunflower field. Visitors can also expect homemade ice cream, cider doughnuts, roasted sweet corn and other savory eats like grilled cheese, tacos and New York-style hot dogs.

10066 Lee Rod., Boynton Beach

10. The Berry Farm

  • Distance from Miami: 1 hour
  • Admission: $10 and up

The Berry Farm’s fourth-annual Harvest Festival returns this year, bringing the fall spirit to South Florida every weekend through November 5. Expect a full pumpkin patch, a corn maze, hayrides and pony rides, a corn pit, sunflower fields and even an obstacle course. Plus, look out for special Halloween events, from haunted houses to a candlelight concert series.

13720 SW 216th St., Miami

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Clarissa Buch Zilberman is a writer and editor based in Miami. Focused on food, lifestyle, and travel, her work has appeared in Food & Wine, Travel + Leisure, Bon Appétit, and...