Celebrate The Season At These Pumpkin Patches Near Woodbourne!

Make the most of fall with your family by hitting these pumpkin patches near Orange County, NY!

The season is in full swing, and with the kids settled in school and you settled into the routine the school year brings, it’s time to start planning some fall fun! The great news is that finding entertainment and activity that’s great for your whole family is easy with all of the pumpkin patches in our area.  Here are just a few near Woodbourne, NY that are well worth checking out this October!

  • Cunningham Family Farms: This Swan Lake farm has a wealth of things for you and your family to do this fall! From Sullivan County’s largest corn maze (it’s 4 acres!) to a pumpkin patch where you can pick the perfect one to carve for Halloween, to an obstacle course the whole family can race through, they’ve got something to do for everyone. Looking for something a little less active? Hop on a hay ride or pan for treasure at the Los Irishman’s Mine.
  • Jenkins-Leuken Orchards: What’s better during fall than apple pie? Pick some apples by heading to this orchard in New Paltz. One of the first settled towns in the area, New Paltz has plenty of history to offer and the team at the Jenkins-Leuken Orchards can teach you about how they’ve been growing delicious food ever since.
  • Hurds Family Farm: Head to Modena to be a part of all of the festivities, including a pumpkin patch, coming your way at this family farm in October! October 4th and 5th is Kids Weekend on the Farm, featuring like Celtic music from the Foley Family on Sunday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. The following week, head down for the Pumpkin Fiesta Weekend from October 10th to 12th. Sunday will again feature live music from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., this time showcasing the jazz stylings of Deane Machine.

We hope you and your family have a lovely time celebrating the fall season at these local pumpkin patches! Contact The Misner Agency in Woodbourne for all of your New York insurance needs.



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