Fall is the season of apples, spices, and of course, pumpkins! These lovely orange gourds are a symbol of the season. We decorate and carve them, or turn them into pies and cookies.

If you love pumpkins, you and the family will enjoy visiting the numerous local pumpkin patches and participating in all the fall activities.

1) Beebe Farms

Their pumpkin patch and harvest activities are happening every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in October from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., located at 600 Beebe Road in Central Point. They have every type of pumpkin you could imagine — from jack-o-lantern pumpkins, to warty goblins, pie pumpkins and more! They also have butternut, spaghetti and sweet meat squash that you can turn into amazing meals.

And when you have your fill of pumpkin? Lose yourself in the corn maze, or shoot apples at your favorite villains. If you get a shot through the eye of the skull, you’ll win a prize! With plenty of tricks, treats and surprises, the entire family will love a day at Beebe Farms.

2) Bigham Farms

Also located in Central Point, Bigham Farms has a pumpkin patch that’s open every Friday-Sunday in October from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. In addition to having pumpkins of every size, their fall farm activities include a corn maze, pumpkin slingshot, hay rides, fresh vegetables, and much more.

Bigham Farms is a favorite local hangout during the fall season. Surrounded by beautiful and picturesque autumn views, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

 3) Fort Vannoy Farms

Then, Fort Vannoy Farms in Grants Pass has an epic corn maze and pumpkin patch, which is open every day in October from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

When you visit the farm this time of year, you’ll walk through the eight acre pumpkin patch and pick the perfect pumpkin for carving, decorating, or making delicious pie. There are a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors for you to choose from, so you’ll definitely find the perfect one.

4) Pheasant Fields Farm

In the heart of beautiful Phoenix, you’ll find Pheasant Fields Farm. Their 17th annual harvest festival and autumn activities are open every weekend in October. With your ticket, you’ll get access to their corn maze, pumpkin patches, animal exhibit, rides on the cow train and hay ride, and three shots at the shooting gallery.

And if you’re searching for pumpkins, they have an amazing variety available, whether you want them for baking, decorations or carving. There’s also numerous local vendors so you can do some holiday shopping, too!

The Best Local Pumpkin Patches

Autumn is one of the most beloved seasons for a reason. It’s when we trade sandals for boots, and t-shirts for sweaters. The scents of baked apples and pumpkin spice fill the air. And as the crisp autumn air floats across the Rogue Valley, it’s time to explore the local farms and find a pumpkin ripe for picking.