There’s something special about visiting a pumpkin patch and going on hayrides. Maybe it’s the crisp autumn air, or the anticipation of carving a jack-o-lantern. Whatever the reason, pumpkin patches are a great way to spend an autumn afternoon. Here are a few tips to make sure you have a great time.

The best and worst part of fall is that the weather can’t make up its mind. One day it’s a beautiful sunny day, and the next it’s cold and rainy. However, no matter what the weather is like, there are plenty of fun fall activities to do, like visiting pumpkin patches. You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy visiting a pumpkin patch.

Here are some of the best places to go on hayrides, mazes and pumpkin patches:

Cheekwood Harvest

Tuesday- Sunday 9a-5p 1200 Through Oct. 27, 2022

Nashville Fall Festival 

Friday 3p-8p, saturday 9a-8p, and sunday 12p-8p Through Oct. 31

Walden Farms

Thursday & Friday 2p-6p saturday 9a-6p and sunday 12p-6p Through Oct. 31

Honeysuckle Hill Farm

Friday 10a-6p, saturday 10a-8p, and sunday 12p-8p Through Oct. 30

Gentry’s Farm

Saturday 9a-5p and Sunday 1p-5p Through Oct. 31

Keller’s Corny Country

Friday and Saturday 10a-5p Sunday 11a-4p Through Oct. 31

Boyd’s Pumpkin Patch

Daily 9a-6p Through Oct. 31

Shuckles Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch Fiddle Dee Farms

saturday 10a-9p sunday 12p-8p Through Oct. 30

Wilson Family Farm

Friday and Saturday 10a-4p Through Oct. 31

Cedarwood Farm

Friday 8:30a-8p, Saturday  9:30a-8a, and Sunday 12p-5p Through Oct. 31

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