July 22, 2021
*All dates are reflective of 2021.
Pick a day to pick a pumpkin at one of Tennessee's farms. Visit with the animals, buy some gourds, and find your way through a corn maze for a full day of autumn fun. Snap lots of pictures and hashtag them #madeintn to share how you spend a perfect fall day made in Tennessee.
East Tennessee Farms
Home to a ton of attractions, Oakes Farm is a great destination to make family memories. From the Punchin' Pumpkin Maze Race to The Mighty Pumpkin Pounder and The Mine Shaft Giant Slide, kids and kids at heart can play and laugh the day away. Play corn hole, giant checkers and tetherball. Then, find your way through the nine-acre maze.
East Tennessee's largest corn maze is in store for guests to the 500-acre Myers Pumpkin Patch and Farm in Greeneville. With thousands of pumpkins, squash and other gourds for sale along with organic jams, jellies, crafts, honey and other sweets in the general store, tractor rides, s'more stations around fire pits and lots more, Myers Pumpkin Patch and Farm is a great family destination.
A giant jumping pillow, an 80-foot double barrel slide, lots of animals to see and even a pumpkin with admission is all part of Ballinger's Farm fun. Bring marshmallows and hot dogs to roast on the many fire pits around the farm. Find your way through the corn maze and visit the pumpkin patch to find that perfect gourd.
Middle Tennessee Farms
A petting farm, pony rides, more than 70 activities and educational adventures are the norm on the 60-acre Lucky Ladd Farms in Eagleville. Farm-themed playgrounds, mega slides, wagon rides, tire climbs, games, and tractor trains entertain for hours. Six hidden checkpoints in the cornfield can be found to win a special prize. Choose from more than 10 varieties of picked pumpkins or visit the patch to pick your own.
Welcome fall during Honeysuckle Hill Farm's Fall Festival Sept. 25-Oct. 31, 2021. Find your way through the country music corn maze. Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch to pick your perfect pumpkin. Hear singing chickens and watch pig races. Kids can zip line, play on the Airplane Fortress, roast marshmallows at the bonfire pits and ride down the Spider Slide. When you get hungry, enjoy a variety of food options on the farm like barbecue nachos and sandwiches, corndogs and sweet treats like fudge, kettle corn, caramel apples and even apple cider slushies.
Bring your friends, kids or significant other to Gentry Farm for a fall day filled with harvest fun. Find your way through the four-acre corn maze, take a wagon ride and see farm animals Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays Oct. 2-31, 2021. Kids can play on the wooden tractor playground and have fun in the grain trough barn. Play farm games see the interactive displays in the Hands on Centers Barn. Enjoy apple cider, popcorn and other treats in the picnic area.
West Tennessee Farms
A cow train for tots, a storybook maze as you go along the trail and a pumpkin blaster are some of the experiences at the 100-year-old Donnell Century Farm. Visit with goats, rabbits, donkeys, turkeys and chickens as well as a calf to brush, pet and hold. Climb Hay Mountain and then slide down the chute; roll around the grounds in black tubes; and find your way through the corn and hay mazes.
Take a shot at the corn cannon and visit the pumpkin patch at Falcon Ridge Farms in Bolivar. This expansive West Tennessee farm is a fall destination for many to enjoy the corn maze, tractor-drawn wagon ride, pony rides, food at the Market, tire swings, giant slides, tetherball, cornhole, bounce houses and more. Bring your camera and get a family photo at the charming props around the farm.
Farm charm is everywhere at Priddy Farms during their annual pumpkin patch event. Kids and kids at heart can enjoy the hayride to the pumpkin patch, areas to get that perfect fall family photo, petting and feeding zoo, giant slides and Haunted Woods. A bounce house, train ride and scare crow dress up activity will have kids entertained for hours. Shop straw bales, mums and other fall decorations. Dates for 2021 are to be announced so keep an eye on their Facebook page.
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