Looking to go pumpkin picking soon? We’ve got you covered with this list of the best pumpkin patches in Maryland loved by friends and families of the Route 1 corridor!
Note that ALL of these locations require you purchase advance tickets online. Doing so supports controls congestion and promotes social distancing. Be sure to double-check the location’s website for the most up-to-date information.
Also, this goes without saying, but don’t forget to bring and wear your masks.
Best Pumpkin Patches in Maryland
Montpelier Farms (Upper Marlboro)
Spookley the Square Pumpkin, Corn Maze, Hay Rides, Animals, Pedal Karts, Hay & Play, Pumpkin, APPLE CIDER DONUTS and more! *Please note: Pumpkins are NOT included in General Admission and must be purchased at our Pumpkin Patch.
When: See hours here (note they have “Weekday Playday” hours, too.)
Where: Montpelier Farms, Upper Marlboro
Cost: $12, age 2 and under free!, pumpkins & some activities sold separately. (MUST BUY ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE.)
Tip: Readers love this place and noted this year’s visits have not been crowded. Also, discounted rate for weekday visits!
Butler’s Orchard Pumpkin Patch (Germantown)
Fall family fun w/ hayrides, cider & pumpkins. All kinds of activities to keep you busy for the day. Check them out here
Cost: $15 weekends ($10 weekdays), Ages 2 and under are free. (MUST BUY ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE.)
Reader Tip: This place is great though it does gets crowded, even with timed ticket entry. If you can, go on a weekday – the earlier the better.
Miller’s Farm Pumpkin Patch (Clinton)
Hayrides, enormous Corn Maze, Giant slides, and more.
Cost: $12+ (MUST BUY ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE.)
When: Friday-Saturday, 10am-5pm
Reader Tip: Miller’s Farm has done a good job with social-distancing measures annnnnddd their apple cider donuts are delish!
Queen Anne Farm & Pumpkin Patch (Mitchellville)
Family fun begins with a ride around the farm on a tractor-pulled haywagon zeroing in on the pumpkin patch!
Cost: See website.
Corn maze, pumpkin patch, jumping pillow, barnyard animals and more!
Cost: See website. MUST BUY ADVANCE TICKETS.
Route One Fun reader Jo Anna C shares: “It’s pick your own pumpkins from a patch, and they have a ton of animals to feed and interact with year long. The rest of the month of October, on Friday and Saturday nights there will be a socially distanced trail of jack-o’-lanterns with trick or treating.”
When: Closed Mondays & Tuesdays. See website for more details.
Larriland Farm (Woodbine)
Route One Fun reader Susan S shares: “Great for lots of pick-your-own fruits and veggies and their apple fritters are delish!” Hayrides on Saturdays and Sundays.
Cost: Check website.
When: Closed Monday. See website for hours.
Speaking of Fall: Have you seen this post about the
best places for family photos along Route 1? Check it out!