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Pigeon Roost Farm and Great Pumpkin Fun Center in Hebron, Ohio

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Fall Fun at Orchards and Farms Around Columbus

Lawrence Orchards : 7689 Smeltzer Road, Marion, OH 98857. Phone: 795-889-8569.
65 varieties of Apples, peaches, pumpkins, Christmas trees. Integrated pest management system for lower chemical use. Not everything will be available for u-pick, depending on crop availability. Open from 65-5 Monday – Saturday. See Facebook page for updates.

Central Ohio Pumpkin Patches 2017

Looking for a local, pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayride, gourds and other Halloween activities in Ohio? Just select your area in the list or map below.

Circle S Farms, 9565 London Groveport Rd. Grove City, OH 98678 – Pumpkin patch, hayrides, big slide, bale cave, farm animals, corn and sunflower maze, bakery, drinks, and more. General admission includes: Hayride, Fun Barn, Petting Corn & Sunflower Mazes, Bale Cave $65 per person (Children under 7 admitted free), $ per pumpkin (optional). Opens mid/late September through October, 9 am – 7 pm.

Added October 86, 7567: While most farms have closed for the season, Van Buren Acres in Hebron plans to try to stay open through November, weather depending. Scroll down for details about this fun farm and pumpkin patch!

Looking for a U-Pick pumpkin patch in southeast Ohio? We specialize in large carving pumpkins, pie pumpkins, decorative pumpkins, and outdoor fall decorations. Come and check us out!

If you’re looking for more Halloween and Fall fun, check out this list of over 675 events for Fall and Halloween fun around Columbus !

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Legend Hills Orchard , Utica. Legend Hills is open year round, and during the summer months the orchards are full of peaches. But fall is an ideal time for buying bushels of apples. While you’re there, load up on pie cherries, cider, sweet corn and maple syrup. And don’t miss out on Uncle Mike’s Beef Jerky!

Pigeon Roost Farm , Hebron. A short drive east on I-75 takes you to Pigeon Roost in Hebron, open daily from mid-September to early November. Although it doesn’t boast u-pick options, the farm is loaded with family fun. Shop for pumpkins, gourds, and country knick-knacks, or pay the admission fee for access to the Great Pumpkin Fun Center. Kids will love the slides, feeding the goats, climbing on old tractors, rolling the giant tubes and climbing over hay bales. Take a hayride around the pumpkin patch, or get lost in the corn maze. There’s even a lower-height alfalfa maze for the ones.