This six-generation family-owned and -operated vegetable and fruit stand features produce to purchase on site, or you can even pick your own. Apples, gourds, pumpkins, potatoes, tomatoes, mums and more are available for purchase; contact the farm for more info on U-pick opportunities. The farms famous fall festival generally starts the first weekend in October with live Bluegrass and Americana bands on weekends.
5832 River Road, Hebron, mcglassonfarms.com. Photo via Facebook.com/McGlassonFarms
This family market features hayrides to the pumpkin patch on Saturdays and Sundays where you can pick your gourds.
9 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Sept. 21-Oct. 31. Free admission. 11620 Hamilton Cleves Road, Hamilton, facebook.com/brownsfarmmarket. Photo: Brittany Thornton
This family-owned Wilmington farm is the ultimate one-stop-shop for fall fun. Situated on over 50 acres of land, the farm offers pick-your-own pumpkins, farm animal visits, free hayrides, a corn maze, apple cider, caramel apples and more. They also offer Thanksgiving turkeys and group tours of the farm.
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Sept. 21-Oct. 27. Free admission. 3068 W. State Route 73, Wilmington Photo via Facebook.com/SchappacherFarms
Fall on the farm kicks off Sept. 21. Events include a themed five-acre corn maze, cow train rides, fresh apple cider, pumpkin patch hayrides, a straw maze, caramel apples, duck races and a farm animal petting zoo. Hayrides to pick your own pumpkins start at 10 a.m. on weekends and 11 a.m. during the week. Theres also a craft beer garden for grown-ups.
10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday Sept. 21-Oct. 31. $9 Monday-Friday; $12 Saturday-Sunday. 9669 S. State Route 48, Loveland, bloomsandberries.com. Photo via Facebook.com/BloomsandBerriesFarmMarket
A fall fest on a 25-acre dairy farm with hayrides, a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, petting zoo, hay maze and more. Some activities are free and some are ticketed. Country Fireside Nights are held Sept. 28 and Oct. 4, during which you can experience the magic of the farm at night with a lantern-lit hayride, a pumpkin launcher and bonfire.
Sept. 7-Oct. 31. 1835 Sherman Mount Zion Road, Dry Ridge, countrypumpkinsky.com. Photo via Facebook.com/CountryPumpkins
Head to the farms annual Fall Pumpkin Festival, held every weekend in October, featuring more than 30 family-friendly activities including a puppet show, live music, mini zip lines, a carnival, pony rides and paintball. Buy mums, gourds, apple cider, corn stalks and pumpkins. Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch to pick your own or chuck a mini pumpkin (or pet a bunny) for an additional fee.
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays Sept. 28-Oct. 28. $10; free children 2 and under. 7849 Main St., Newtown, burgerfarms.com. Photo via Facebook.com/BurgerFarm&Garden
General admission to this fest includes access to the four-acre corn maze, hayrides, a tractor play area, duck races, pipe swings, ball zones and more. Walk to the pumpkin paradise to select your own pumpkin (priced by size), or indulge in some cinnamon-sugar donuts, kettle corn, pumpkin butter, caramel apples, roasted nuts and apple cider. Guests can also rent bonfire pits with benches. Niederman lights the bonfire, you provide the snacks to roast over the open flame.
6-9 p.m. Thursday; 6-10 p.m. Friday; 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday; 1-6 p.m. Sunday. Sept. 26-Oct. 27. Fall $12. 5110 Lesourdsville West Chester Road, Hamilton, niedermanfamilyfarm.com. Photo via Facebook.com/NiedermanFamilyFarm
This farm is a haven of pumpkin patches, corn mazes, wagon rides, animals and more. Fall Farm Days include adventure wagon rides, a crazed corn maze, giant slingshots, clodhopper golf, archery, an underground slide and farmyard play area. Theres an extra fee for the pick-your-own pumpkin patch.
Noon-6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays Sept. 28-Oct. 27. $16; $14 seniors and active military; free ages 4 and under. 3779 State Route 132, Clarkesville, bonnybrookfarms.com. Photo via Facebook.com/BonnybrookFarms
This fifth-generation family farm and cider mill grows apples, peaches, pumpkins and more many of which you can pick yourself. U-pick pumpkin and apple season starts in September; pick up a bag and an orchard map in the store and then purchase your picks by weight. Other fall fun includes a petting zoo, hayride, corn maze, pony rides and corn bins to play in instead of sandboxes. Visit the market and cafe for tasty treats.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday; noon-6 p.m. Sunday. Through Nov. 27. Prices vary depending on activity. 198 Stone Road, Georgetown, Kentucky, evansorchard.com. Photo via Facebook.com/EvansOrchard
This farm is family-friendly with things to do for all ages during Fall Festival Weekends, which start the third weekend in September and run through October. There are horse-drawn or tractor-drawn hayrides, a 15-acre corn maze, an interactive playground, live Bluegrass music and pedal cart races. Pick your own pumpkin from the pumpkin patch or head to the produce barn to enjoy apples and fresh-pressed apple cider straight from the orchard. Some activities require tickets.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays Sept. 20-29; 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays Oct. 5-31. 1731 Ohio, State Route 131, Milford, shawfarms.com. Photo via Facebook.com/ShawFarms