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Fall Fun at Miami Pumpkin Patches

by Roslie
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It’s that time of year again when fall festivals are popping up across the city! As the weather cools down, families flock to Miami pumpkin patches to pick out perfect pumpkins and gorgeous gourds.

Whether you want to make the perfect jack-o-lantern or just love that autumn atmosphere, October festivals are the ideal way to enjoy the great outdoors during one of the very best times to be in Miami.

Ready to chase those cozy fall vibes? Here are some of the top pumpkin patches to check out in Miami this autumn.

2023 Pumpkin Patches and Fall Festivals in Miami

The Little Farm Fall Festival

Dates: Early October to Early November (weekends only)

Location: 13401 SW 224 Street, Miami, FL

The Little Farm has an enchanting fall festival for the whole family, featuring a pumpkin patch and fun activities galore. Pick out the perfect pumpkin for carving while the kids explore and play with the friendly farm animals. Challenge your friends to a race through the hay maze, or let the little ones roam free in the kids’ playground.

Plan extra time to snap pics surrounded by pumpkins and in the butterfly garden. When you work up an appetite, grab a bite from the local food vendors selling autumn treats and classics. Before you go, take a magical pony ride and create special memories together this season at our delightful fall festival.

Miami Shores Presbyterian Church Pumpkin Patch

Dates: All October

Location: 602 NE 96th St, Miami Shores, FL

Pumpkin Patch on green lawn

The Miami Shores Presbyterian Church Pumpkin Patch is one of the best places to get a pumpkin in Miami. While they don’t have a big fall festival, it’s a great spot to pick your own pumpkin without venturing out of the city.

Pinto Farm Pumpkin Patch

Dates: October 13th, 20th, 27th

Location: 14890 SW 216 St, Miami, FL

Make magical memories with the whole family this fall at Pinto Farm Pumpkin Patch. Kids and kids-at-heart will love pedal boat rides, tractor rides around the farm, and pony rides for little ones. Race around the track, visit the animals, and take in a live magic show.

Like all the best fall festivals in Miami,  there are plenty of Instagram-worthy photo spots for your dream autumn photo shoot. With so many activities and fun for all ages, Pinto Farm is the ideal South Florida pumpkin patch to make this autumn season one you’ll never forget.

Had your fill of classic fall foods? If you’ve had your fill of pumpkin spice, explore the Best Places to Eat in Miami: 30+ Hidden Food Gems Where Locals Love to Eat in Miami!

Harvest Festival at The Berry Farms

Dates: September 16th to November 5th

Location: 16405 SW 177th Ave, Miami, Florida

Berry Farm Corn Maze Homestead Florida

The Berry Farms has one of the best fast festivals in Miami. This is one of the best Florida autumn destinations, from live music to hayrides to sunflower fields to a corn maze. Here are the nights to mark on your calendar:

  • Nightmare in the Redland: A Haunted Halloween Experience
    • Dates: October 6-7, 13-14, 21-22, 26-31
  • Kid-Friendly Tricks & Treats Extravaganza Halloween Event
    • October 27-29
  • Candlelight: A Haunted Evening of Halloween Classics at The Berry Farm
    • October 20

For a complete look at all the things to do in the fall at Miami’s The Berry Farm, hop over to the Harvest Festival website.

Fall Festival & Pumpkin Patch at CB Smith Park

Dates: October 7th to 29th (only Saturdays and Sundays)

Location: 900 N Flamingo Road, Pembroke Pines, FL

Kid running at fall pumpkin patch with scarecrows

New on the fall festival scene this year is the Pumpkin Patch at CB Smith Park in Pembroke Pines. It promises to be one of the best kid-friendly Halloween spots in Miami. They are giving away free pumpkins to kids and have everything from bounce houses to haunted trails to mazes.


Planning Tip: Come hungry and ready to try the local food trucks, and be sure to wear your Sunday best for the photo ops across the park.

Lincoln Road Pumpkin Patch

Dates: October 27th to 31st

Location: 690 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL

Halloween Pumpkin DJ Headphones

If you’re looking for Halloween events in Miami Beach, head to the Lincoln Road Pumpkin Patch. This harvest festival has every kind of pumpkin and gourd under the sun, along with Halloween decorations or those essential fall pumpkin recipes. Reserve your spot HERE.

Looking for more kid-friendly things to do in Miami? Check out our fave Family Activities in South Florida: Top 45 Things to Do in Miami with Kids.

Fall At The Farm: Third Annual Pumpkin Patch Tinez Farms

Dates: September 10th to November 19th

Location: 16405 SW 177th Ave, Miami, Florida

Orange Pumpkins on a wooden wagon on a farm

Take a guided tour through this scenic farm, wander the pumpkin patch, and get lost in the garden maze before you get physical. Beyond your basic farm, this adventure-packed fall destination has climbing, swings, zip lines, a bounce house, and a tubing slide.

Animal lovers will adore the barnyard, where you can get up close and personal with the locals or find a pony, donkey, or horse to hop on for a tour of the grounds.

Buy your tickets online for this fabulous fall festival, and check out the full rundown of events.

Hope at Miami Lakes United Methodist Church

Dates: September 30th to October 31st

Location: 14800 Ludlam Road, Miami Lakes, Florida

Looking for a fun fall event in Miami? If you don’t want to travel to a farm, head to Hope at Miami Lakes United Methodist Church pumpkin patch. For the past 25 years, this pumpkin village has been delighting kids and adults alike with a lovely little pumpkin village and countless photo ops.

Don’t miss the bakery’s autumn treats like pumpkin bread and apple cider donuts! Little ones can play in the playground and explore the tunnels, obstacle courses, and a corn maze. Hope Miami Lakes is the perfect kid-friendly fall event with rides, games, and festive treats.

Flamingo Road Nursery

Dates: Late September to November 5th

Location: 1655 S Flamingo Rd, Davie, FL

This six-week fall festival will transport you from South Florida to the colorful forests of New England. At the Flamingo Road Nursery, you can go on antique tractor-pulled hayrides, wander through the cornstalks and hay bales, and then snap pics at the “Biggest and Best Pumpkin Patch” and “Grandma’s Garden” photo backdrop.

Once you have worked up an appetite, try some of their impressive farm-to-table food. Each week has a different theme, like Pepper Palooza, Tomato Fest, and Tropical Fruit Celebration, so you can go more than once and have a fresh experience.

Exploring the Best of Miami in the Fall

Red truck with orange and white pumpkin at pumpkin patch

With its sunny skies and palm trees, Miami may not seem like an obvious fall destination. Still, it’s one of the best autumn destinations in the United States, with a dazzling selection of pumpkin patches, corn mazes, hay rides, and autumn activities to enjoy across the city.

From farmer’s markets filled with fresh produce to kid-friendly events with pony rides and petting zoos, Miami offers lots of family fun this fall. Let’s embrace the spirit of the season by heading out to one of these farms or pumpkin festivals! Enjoy hayrides, candy apples, pumpkin picking, and festive photo ops that will create magical memories for the whole family.

Looking for more things to do in Miami this fall? Keep on reading Best Ways to Celebrate Halloween in Miami 2023.

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