Are you on the lookout for pumpkin patches near Wichita, KS? Are you looking for corn mazes, gourds, hay-rack rides, and other fall activities in or around the Air Capital? Well you have come to the right website, my friend!
Every year we want to show you where to find great pumpkin patches in Wichita KS and the surrounding area of our river city. Scroll down to see Our Pumpkin Patch Party List!
Whether you only want pumpkin patches in Wichita or just one of the big corn mazes the great ICT is known for. We have some awesome choices in this post! Many of these patches have a wide variety of pumpkins to select from as you’d expect.
For experiences and traditions that make it more fun for you and the kiddos, you’ll of course want to find a place that has those additional activities; such as a corn maze, hay rack ride, or maybe even a haunted hay rack ride for you and the older kids.
If you are on a tight budget, there are great options to save you money and still have a fun experience picking out a pumpkin and making those great memories. After all, a pumpkin from a farm is much cooler and more exciting than picking one up from Dillions or Walmart.
Many pumpkin patches and corn mazes generally open in mid-September. Some opened a bit sooner, but if you are reading after this update, you only have a couple weeks left to hit a patch!
So get started planning fun memories with those little bundles of joy! Trust me when I opine that kids love a hay rack ride and yours like spending time with you! Also, picking their own pumpkin at harvest time can be a neat experience for them!
The pumpkin patches presented below offer similar features and activities. This list is not in any particular order. They are all good choices!
• Applejack Pumpkin Patch-
10007 SW. Indianola Rd • Augusta, KS 67010
Less than 25 minutes away from the East side of Wichita
Tuesdays-Fridays 9:00-3:00 (closed Mondays) Saturdays 10:00-6:00 PM Sundays 12:00-6:00 PM
Just outside the East Wichita border, The Applejack Pumpkin Patch kicks off our list because they seem to have all the goods!
They have train rides, corn and milo mazes, tractor-pulled hay rack rides, previously picked produce, refreshment stand, picnic area, petting zoo, and too many more fun things to list. After all, this is a blog not a book!
I will have a link to their website and all the other great pumpkin patches as well, so you can get more information and look at more pictures if you’d like!
The fields at Applejack are filled with those pumpkin treasures! The petting zoo has goats, rabbits, chickens, and fish. You can feed the goats and the fish so be sure to bring some quarters to buy the chum!
Have some refreshments like funnel cakes, slushies, and shaved ice. Families are encouraged to play together in this impressive outdoor, low-tech, farm oriented setting.
Whether you’re interested in a conventional outing in order to find your very own pumpkin or just wanting a local family adventure, this patch has you covered. Have a blast on their zip-line, rat racer, hay forts, tire swings, and paintball shooting!
Be sure to check out The Gourdinator! Launch their pumpkin cannon, pumpkin guns, and slingshots (all of them safe). There’s plenty of fun for the whole group! We could probably do a whole post on each of these great pumpkin farms.
Dates of operation: Open for fall family fun the last full weekend of September through the end of October.
- $9.00 per person (2 and under are FREE) – pumpkins extra and sold by the pound– market value
- ½ price military and senior citizen discount with ID – pumpkins extra (additional discounts do not apply)
- See website for discount info. on admission.
Most all activities at this patch are included in admission cost, except for pumpkins you buy to take home and pumpkins you destroy in the artillery line! www.applejackpumpkinpatch.com
Cedar Creek Farm and Pumpkin Patch
6100 N 119th St. W.
Maize, Kansas 67101
(Northwest side of Wichita, just off of K96 and 119th St. West.)
Starting September 21st-October 31st
We welcome the Smith family as the newest local pumpkin patch to the ICT area! Explore seven acres of hand-planted pumpkins. They offer what they describe as a wholesome family environment for you to unplug and reconnect with your loved ones.
One thing that immediately stood out to me was that they have a wheel chair accessible hay-rack for your friend or family members to easily join the fun.
I then read somewhere that they’re the only patch in town that has a lift. They are certainly the first one I have seen and I think that is awesome of them!
Aside from the unique variety and and great selection of pumpkins, they have plenty of other fun things you would expect for all ages to enjoy. They have a corn maze, petting zoo, barrel train, pony rides, hay bale climbing, and playgrounds for all the little ones.
They even have fire pits to rent as well.
• Pumpkins at the Park- Tanganyika Wildlife Park,
1000 S. Hawkins Ln, Goddard, Kansas (10 minutes West of Wichita)
October 18th – 20th & 25th – 27th
6:00 to 9:30 PM
Technically they are not a real pumpkin farm, but they will have a descent selection of those orange treasures. They celebrate with kid friendly activities, characters, inflatables, waterfall light show, a 3-D maze, Fire Performers, and last but not least, animals.
All with a bit more spooky theme than the farms. If the Halloween atmosphere is more of what you are looking for this might be for you then.
Guests of all ages will like watching their performers twirl, throw, and yes, even breathe fire.
Kids of all ages can visit their pumpkin patch to find the perfect pumpkin (pumpkins are an additional charge).
Warm snacks, warm drinks, tricks, treats, and even free hay-rack rides. Plenty of creepy and ghoulish scenery if that’s your thing.
There is plenty to do at Tanganyika!
More information on cost and plenty of pictures on their website below.
• Meadowlark Farm Pumpkin Patch–
11249 SW 160th St, Rose Hill, KS 67133 (East of Wichita, Kansas) Almost 30 minutes away.
Fall Hours: Wed- Sat, 9 am – 5 pm, Sunday 12-5 pm
This farm is a Pick-Your-Own peach and apple orchard, pumpkin patch, and they sell Hard Cider (please don’t booze and drive).
Snacks, salsas, jams, slushies, ciders, regular pumpkins and mini-pumpkins.
Costs: A tractor/hay rack ride to and from the pumpkin patch costs $3.00 per person regardless of age with a minimum of 5 riders.
If you have less than that you can just hire the whole ride to and from the pumpkin patch for $15.00 (rides every 30 min. or walk the 10-minute trek for free.)
More pricing and pictures at their site below.
• Walters Pumpkin Patch-
10001 NW U.S. Highway 77, Burns, Kansas 66840
Slightly over 50 minutes out of Wichita (past El Dorado)
In Walters pumpkin patch, pumpkins are available at the store or Farm-stand, Pump-Kin patch-pick Inside the field, a fall festival, train rides, corn maze, child-sized maze, and goat walk.
They have tractor-pulled hay rides, a swaying pillow, gift shop, concession stand, picnic area, face painting exhibition, jumping cushion, pony rides. Did I mention zip-line?!?
They also have other farm animals grazing about and birthday celebrations available to plan for your kids.
General Admission Includes:
- Corn Maze (Daytime only)
- Hayride and Access to the Pumpkin Patch
- 2 Giant Jumping Pillows
- O’Play Barn & Farm Animals
- “Kid-Fashioned” Fun Pumpkin Patch Play Area
- O’Play Corral
- Pedal Boats
- Trike Track
- Culvert Swing
- Pumpkin Perpetrators Stockades
- Carroll’s Corn Crib
- Straw Piles for Jumping
- The “No Left Turn” Maze
- New Tree House Play Area!
- Horse Walker with Swings
- Corn Bin
- New Play Area
- Pumpkinland Game
- Picnic Areas and Pavilion
- Bag Swings
- Underground Slide
- Hay Bales to Climb
Hours of Operation
Sept 21st – Oct 31st, 2019
Mon – Sat: 10 am – 7 pm
Sundays: 1 pm – 7 pm
Cost: Admission on Mondays through Fridays is $10. On Saturdays and Sundays, pumpkin patch admission is priced at $13.
More details below.
• Klausmeyer Dairy Farm-
8135 S 119th St W
Clearwater, KS, 67026
Another very fun place for the family!
Only 20 minutes South of Wichita.
Open to the public on weekends beginning, Sunday, September 22, 2019
Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze -10 am- 6 pm
Day time Zombie Paintball – 10 am- 6 pm
Zombie Paintball that’s Glow in the Dark and an
Evening Corn Maze
7 pm – 10 pm
Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze – 10 am-7 pm
Day time Zombie Paintball – 10 am-7 pm
Wednesday & Friday Evenings:
(by appointment only)
Zombie Paintball (Glow in the Dark) & Corn Maze
Their last day of the season open to the public is November 2, 2019!
•Mr. Gourdman’s Pumpkin Patch-
3750 S. Dusty Rd
Derby, KS 67037
Close by in Derby, Mr. Gourdman’s Patch has all you need for a fun time at a pretty low price.
Much more than just a patch, they have a corn maze, mulch mountain, hay maze, nature trails, horseback rides, tractor rides, canoes, and you can even fish!
Admission Prices $7.00 per person
(kids 3 and under free)
$5.00 for Military (show ID)
Pumpkins are extra and
are sold by size
More info. at wichitaspumpkinpatch.com
These last two are taking a break this year and one seems to be done for good….so don’t go 🙂
• Kansas Maze in Gaeddert Farms- 13209 E. 82nd Ave, Buhler, Ks 67522
They are taking a break this fall. No mazes or pumpkins.
They will be open next year. Check out their previously awesome mazes in the link below.
• Bergmann’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Farm
(closed down for good)
Wichita’s largest Corn Maze was a great one but they announced they were closing down. 2001-2019.
Thanks for all the memories!