Perfect Pumpkin Patches in Chickasaw Country

Nothing says fall like hayrides, giant leaf piles, the rustle of corn mazes, and beautiful scenery to explore. That’s right, we’re talking pumpkin patches! When you visit south-central Oklahoma during fall, you experience all of this and more!

  1. Cornerstone Kid’s Ranch

You will find a place for summer exploration and fall festivities just 3 miles northwest of Ada, Oklahoma. Cornerstone Kid’s Ranch is also kind of like an amazing birthday party: bounce houses, tractor rides, and more on 160 acres of lush property. From October 1st until November 2nd, you and your family can experience their famous Pumpkin Patch event. Pick a prize-winning pumpkin, enjoy carnival games, and dive into a selection of sweets & treats! If you are visiting during the week or taking a weekend day trip, your cost will vary from $7 per person during weekdays and $10 per person on the weekends.

  1. Happy Day Farms Pumpkin Patch

Happy Day Farms Pumpkin Patch invites you to experience the farming industry in, Terral, OK. You can experience the best of fall starting October 5th. Plan your next trip with your family or with your school to partake in pony rides, bounce houses, hayrides, games, and pumpkin patches to your heart's content. Before you head out, stop by the gift to take home your own souvenir!

  1. Woodbine Farms Pumpkin Patch

Take a drive on I-35 towards Ardmore, where you’ll find the excitement of a carnival! Choose from watching a daring tight rope walk, lively duck races and see pumpkins in all shapes and sizes or don’t choose at all and spend a day reveling in this awesome fall festival. Later on, cozy up to a campfire for ‘smores and stargazing, since Woodbine Farms is open until 10pm most days. Can you think of a more perfect fall day?

Pumpkins in Chickasaw Country

Whether you’re a Chickasaw Country local or are down the road aways, don’t forget to add these amazing autumn destinations during your next weekend road trip planning! So, grab your cup of coffee, a few of your favorite people, and head to Chickasaw Country this fall.

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