The Best Local Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin Patches in Burlington and Hamilton

Nothing says fall family fun like a trip to the pumpkin patch!  Get a warm beverage in a travel mug and take the family out to the pumpkin patch to pick your own pumpkins.

The crisp fall air, hayrides, and freshly baked farm treats are a great way to spend a day. If you’re looking for a pumpkin patch, you’ll find all the info you need below.

Updated for Fall 2021

Burlington Pumpkin Farms

Hutchinson’s Farm

Address: 6202 Walker’s Line, Burlington
What kids love: Snap a picture with Marco’s pumpkin totem, pick a fresh pumpkin for carving or decorating.

Stonehaven Farm Market

Address: 7388 Guelph Line, Campbellville
What kids love: The giant corn maze, wagon ride and “Strawhaven” straw bale area comprises our Fall Fun Play Package at $6/person age 2 and up. No reservations/appointments are required or taken.
Price: $6 admission per person to the kid’s zone. Pumpkins are $12 each or 3 for $24 (any size). No booking or reservations are required. Masks are not mandatory in the patch as it is outdoors in a very large open field but maintain social distancing. 

Milton Pumpkin Patches

Andrews Scenic Acres

Address: 9365 10th Sideroad, Milton
What kids love: Ride their ponies, adventure through the corn maze, walk the haunted forest, and climb the straw mountain! Take a wagon ride out to the patch.
Price: Admission is $12 per person. Pumpkins are $0.49/lb

Hamilton Area Pumpkin Farms


Address: 416 Fallsview Road East, Dundas
Hours: Every weekend in October, including Thanksgiving Monday 10-5 pm
For Kids: Barnyard play area, animal farm, straw fort, trike track, wagon ride, 9-hole mini putt, and more.
Price: $14 per person. Kids under 2 are free. Cash only at the farm. Pre-book  your visit here.

Souptogo (formerly Frootogo)

Address: 573 Parkside Drive, Waterdown
What kids love: Play areas and equipment are geared for kids 0-12, and there are games, corn maze, fire pits, sunflower lookout and more for teens and adults.  Activities include pedal-karts, farm animals, swings, jumping straw, gigantic sandboxes, dirt mountain with slide, monkey bars, and more!
Price: Entrance to the play park is $8.50 per person for 2 hour visit, ready-picked and pick-your-own pumpkins available.

Hanes Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

Address: #1001 Hwy #5, Dundas (6 miles west of Clappison’s Corners)
What kids love: The Hanes corn maze is a human-size puzzle carved into 25 acres of cornstalks, growing over 10 feet tall! Read about our visit here.
Price: Any pumpkin $5, Giant Maze Admission: kids 3 -7 $11,  kids 8-12 $14, 13+ $17; Seniors $16. Take your littlest ones to the parkland at Hanes, kids 3+ are $5. 

Lindley’s Farm

Address: 900 Fiddlers Green Rd, Ancaster
What kids love: 50,000 pumpkins to pick from, or buy a ready-picked pumpkin.
Price: Weekends only from September 26th thru the end of October. 2021 prices have not been released as of yet. 

Merry Farms

Address: 1974 Concession Road 2 West, Hamilton
What kids love: Hay wagon rides, pedal kart racecourse, tetherball court, kiddie rollercoaster, dig in the corn, and more!
Price: Pre-book your visit, no walk-ins for 2020. Only open weekends (Friday thru Sunday) for general admission $15 per person over 2 years old. Pumpkins are sold by size and range from $2 to $20. Cash and debit accepted. 

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