Three pumpkin patches each offer something different for visitors to Crawford County in Southeast Kansas: a mini-amusement park for kids, an old fashioned pumpkin patch, plus an active farm with numerous photo opportunities.
Ol’ Yale Farms
Ol’ Yale Farms includes a kid-friendly “playground for giants”, Tire Mountain, zip line, and other activities. Local artisans frequently do demonstrations during regular hours.
Established in 2018, Ol’ Yale Farms is located at 306 S 250th St just north of Frontenac and Pittsburg. It is open Saturdays & Sundays 10a-5p, beginning September 16.
Widmar Pumpkin Patch
Widmar Pumpkin Patch is a small pumpkin patch off the beaten path with pumpkins of all sizes and shapes, corn stalk bundles, gourds, hay bales and mums.
The Widmar Pumpkin Patch is located at 109 W 2nd St in Franklin, just north of Pittsburg and Frontenac. It is open sunrise to sunset every day beginning September 10.
For pricing, details and updates, follow them on Facebook or call 620-762-2857.
Wood Farms Pumpkin Patch
Wood Farms Pumpkin Patch sits on a 78 acre active farm with numerous photo opportunities for families, including a hay maze, hay ride, combine slides/play set & more.
Established in 2005, Wood Farms Pumpkin Pitch is located at 1108 S 200th St just south of Pittsburg. It is open Saturdays & Sundays 12p-6p, from September 30 through October 29.
For pricing, details and updates, follow them on Facebook or call 620-249-5223.
NOTE: After 25 years, Steve and Ruth Zimmerman retired the Hickory Creek Farms pumpkin patch near McCune prior to the 2020 season.