It's spooky season. Bring on the scary movies, apple cider, haunted houses and everyone’s favorite—pumpkin patches.

Everyone who loves Halloween knows that no Halloween is complete without a trip to the pumpkin patch to choose the perfect pumpkin to carve.

Luckily for those who live in the Washington County area, the county is abundant with many different pumpkin patches that are sure to put you into the autumn spirit.

If you are interested in where the best pumpkin patches in Washington County are, then just keep reading.

Simmons Farm

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Nothing says “fall” like taking a trip to Simmons Farm’s pumpkin patch in McMurray.

Hop on the tractor to take a hayride to the pumpkin patch where you and your family will be able to pick your pumpkins. After picking your pumpkins, take a ride down the huge slide, walk through the corn maze, chuck a pumpkin with the sling shot or go pick an ear of Indian corn.

No matter how you are spending your time at Simmons Farm you are sure to have the best time while embracing the autumn season.

Planning your next visit to the pumpkin patch? Check out Simmons Farm!

Simmons Farm Pumpkin Patch

Trax Farms

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There is no better place to start a family tradition of heading to the pumpkin patch than at Trax Farms Fall Festival.

Experience an overload of fall with a hayride to the pumpkin patch followed by picking your own pumpkin. Feeling adventurous? See if you can find your way through Trax Farms 3 acre corn maze. There are plenty of things to do for families with children of all ages such as a bungee jumper, giant slide, rock wall, train rides, bouncy house and so much more.

If you are looking for a fall experience for the whole family to enjoy, check out Trax Farms Fall Festival!

Trax Farms Hay Ride

Shilling Hill Farm

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If you are looking for a relaxing place to pick your pumpkins, Shilling Hill Farm in Washington is the perfect place for you.

Shilling Hill Farm has a plethora of fall produce and decor to pick from such as pumpkins of various sizes, corn stocks, straw bales and gourds. The pumpkins and other fall produce and decor is available on a flat plot of land, making it easily accessible for people of all ages.

After picking your pumpkins, head on over to the Shilling Hill dinner booth for their “famous” fresh baked pies and a warm and yummy bite to eat.

If you are on the hunt for a relaxing pumpkin patch experience, check out Shilling Hill Farm!

Shilling Hill Farm

The SpringHouse

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There’s nothing better than the authentic farm experience when visiting the pumpkin patch at The SpringHouse in Eighty-Four.

Enjoy a hayride with the whole family before and after your search for the perfect pumpkin. Once you have found your pumpkin enjoy walking throughout the farm and checking out the many different farm animals such as the cows, sheep and chickens just to name a few.

Take a ride down their big slide or head on over to see the various different themed pumpkin displays such as The Wizard of Oz, Flintstones, Minions and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to name a few.

If you are looking for a pumpkin patch experience like no other, check out The Spring House!

The SpringHouse Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Pumpkins Statues

Triple B Farms

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Get ready to get into the fall spirit with Triple B Farms Fall Festival and pumpkin patch.

Pick your own apples and pumpkins to get into the fall spirit with Triple B Farms. Enjoy one or as many of their fun activities as you can such as hayrides, Storybook Pumpkinland, Education Acres, meet the farm animals, corn mazes, hay bale jump and so many more!

If you are looking for some fall fun check out Triple B Farms— you will not be disappointed!

Triple B Farms Pumpkin Patch