Fall Has Fallen

Last weekend, I was sitting on my couch being bored and I tried to think of all the things I could do to save me from my boredom and all I could come up with was to go eat. I walked to my kitchen and stopped myself before I did too much damage. I need to get out of the house and enjoy this nice fall weather. I stood in the middle of my kitchen thinking of all the things I could do. Yes, most of them did include food, but then I thought of the perfect idea. The pumpkin patch. I mean who wouldn’t want to go drink some warm apple cider and take an Instagram by pumpkins or scorn stalks?

So, I sat on my computer and looked up millions of different pumpkin patches…literally. I thought I would share some of my favorites, just in case there are people like me that need something to do….instead of eat.

Louisburg Cider Mill


KC’s biggest and best pumpkin patch.

Things to do: Pumpkin patch, Hay Castle, Maze, Wagon rides, and fresh cider

$8/person Admission, Children 3 & under: FREE

Carolyn’s Country Cousins


So big you can spend the whole day there.

Things to do: 50 acre U-pick patch, huge corn maze, Little Bud’s Railroad, petting zoo, playground, Dad’s den, pumpkin donuts, and Poppa’s peddle karts

Admission, M, T, W, & Th* $10.00/person

Admission, Fri, Sat, & Sun* $12.00/person

Children 2 & under: FREE

Schaake’s Pumpkin Patch


Schaake’s is proud of its family atmosphere.

Things to do:pick-your-own-pumpkins, hayrides, a hay maze, the straw romp, farm animals for viewing, and a photo area

FREE Admission


So, what i’m trying to say is, get out of your kitchen and go enjoy the fall weather at a pumpkin patch.