Pumpkin Patches in Kansas City

Pumpkin Patches In Kansas City

Johnson Farms Plants and Pumpkins
A team favorite – Johnson Farms is a laidback experience whether you visit their market, greenhouse, u-pick offerings, fall fun activities, or pumpkin patch!

At Johnson Farms this fall you’ll find:

  • U-pick Vegetables and Pumpkin Patch open daily
  • Tractor pulled wagon rides
  • Farm animal corral
  • 15 acre corn maze included with admission
  • Pumpkin Donuts & Cider Slushies
  • Adult and family season passes available to visit all fall for one low price

We are crazy about sharing all there is at Johnson Farms and encourage others to put on their overalls and get outside.

KCMC Tip: With a season pass to Johnson Farms, families can visit all season long for the price of 1 1/2 visits! This is a great way to enjoy the many activities Johnson Farms has to offer. Watch the litter of piglets grow, enjoy our super fun playground, explore the corn maze, tractor pulled wagon rides, pick sunflowers and veggies and find the perfect pumpkin in our u-pick pumpkin patch.

Weston Red Barn

Beginning Labor Day Weekend, the farm is open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily through the first weekend in November. In addition to picking the perfect pumpkin, make a day of it with tractor or horse-drawn hay rides, pony rides, farm animals, country store and a corn maze.
KCMB Tip: Admission and parking are free. Just pay for the activities you want to participate in.

Liberty Corn Maze

This year’s design theme is Kansas City Sports Champions! Smaller mazes made with rock, rope, tire and soybeans are perfect for littles that aren’t ready for the big maze. The festivities begin Sept. 18. Check out the rules and maze hours before you go.
KCMC Tip: Who says kids have all the fall fun? Make this a date night and rent (in advance) a Hillbilly Kampfire and relax at the Grain Drain Saloon and Beer Garden!

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Dunn’s Cider Mill (Belton, Mo.)

Bonus! On your way back from Johnson Farms, stop by Dunn’s for fresh cider donuts and (the real) apple cider. Or if you want to avoid the lines, GO EARLY!
KCMC Tip: Open limited days and hours, mid-September to mid-November. Check Facebook for changes and supply updates.

Faulkner’s Ranch Pumpkin Farm (Kansas City, Mo.)

Highlights include a pumpkin patch, Wild West playground, hayride, petting farm barn, field maze, duck races, games, train ride, corn cannon and face painting (some attractions weekend only). Open Oct. 1- Oct. 31.
KCMC Tip: Limited capacity this year due to COVID-19 procedures and tickets must be purchased online. Guests are required to wear a mask indoors or where social distancing cannot be met.

Carolyn’s Country Cousins (Liberty, Mo.)

A mining camp, petting zoo and pig races highlight this pumpkin patch that also offers a variety of food options. The farm opens Sept. 19, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. daily.
KCMC Tip: Buy your tickets ahead of time online or go for a season pass.

KC Pumpkin Patch (Olathe, Kan.)

The KC Pumpkin Patch has more than 50 fall attractions including a barrel train, duck races, human foosball, gemstone mining, jumping pad, farm animals and a corn crib. Plus, pumpkin picking, of course. Tickets are $13.95 online and $15.95 at the gate; open Thursdays -Sundays in October.
KCMC Tip: Stop by the neighboring KC Wine Co for a glass of wine, cider or a refreshing wine slush. Ages 21+

Alldredge Orchard (Platte City, Mo.)

Get your apples and pumpkins in one spot! Alldredge is open Saturdays and Sundays in September and October for apple picking and weekends in October for pumpkins. The orchard also has a playground, store, bakery and cafe and farm animals.
KCMC Tip: Check Facebook before you go to ensure the variety of apples available is one you want. U-Pick will not be available every weekend. Pumpkins are priced by weight.

Powell Pumpkin Patch

This family-owned patch in Louisburg offers FREE admission! Opening Sept. 26, this 35-acre patch offers free hayrides and a corn maze for an additional fee. Small concession stand with packaged snacks and drinks available. Open daily, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
KCMC Tip: A quarter-mile nature trail has a great view of Kansas wildlife and trees.

Schaake’s Pumpkin Patch

Another free admission patch! Schaake’s in Lawrence features pick-your-own-pumpkins, , a hay maze, the straw romp, farm animals, and a photo area. Opens Oct. 3., weekdays noon – 6 p.m. and weekends 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
KCMC Tip: No concessions except bottled water available this year.

Gieringers Orchards

Gieringers offers a corn maze, pumpkin patch, sunflower fields, hay rides, jump pad and other fun activities beginning Sept 25 – Oct. 27 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Check back online for updated pricing.
KCMC Tip: New this year – apples!

Fun Farm Pumpkin Patch

This Kearney farm has a pumpkin patch, barrel train, pig races, tricycle track, pumpkin cannon, rubber duck races, Keebler village treehouses, and more. Opens Sept. 18 thru Nov. 1; admission is $14+ on weekdays, and $17+ on weekends.
KCMC Tip: Rent a fire pit for $50 (20 people or less) for a private event for your family and friends.

Kerby Farm

Don’t miss the Spook House, horse swings, lasso practice areas along with a pumpkin patch, zip line, corn maze, farm animals and play areas. Opening September 26 (through Oct. 31) in Bonner Springs, weekends only. $7 admission for ages 3 and up. Pumpkins are 50 cents per pound.
KCMC Tip: Concessions available on weekends only.



Though we aim to ensure the accuracy of all our postings, we always advise you check online before heading out for the most up-to-date information as well as changes due to COVID-19 precautions. 

Sarah
Sarah is mama to 9-year-old, Henry, 6-year-old Clark and 4-year-old Lucy. After growing up in Manhattan, Kansas (Go Cats!), she moved to Minnesota where she met her husband, Shea. Realizing how much she hated snow in May, she convinced him to move to Kansas City in 2010. Together they have lived in Midtown, Waldo, the Plaza before migrating to Johnson County. Sarah has her master’s in urban administration and is currently in the Kansas City Centurions program. In between the crazy, she likes to drink coffee, run, travel (but never to the same place twice), and experience all things Kansas City!

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