From pick-your-own pumpkin patches to pumpkinfests, carving displays and pumpkin inspired cuisine, join Ontario’s pumpkin mania at a farm or event near you.
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Most in-person activities and events will require pre-booking and will have lower capacity and set visit times to ensure its safe for all. Check online for all requirements in advance.
Photo credit: Pumpkinferno at Upper Canada Village
Returning with new and revived exhibits, this award-winning spectacular exhibit features over 7,000 carved pumpkins lit up along a one kilometre long nighttime tour.
Upper Canada Village, 13740 County Road 2, Morrisburg
Photo credit: York Durham Headwaters
Our friends at York Durham Headwaters challenge pumpkin loving home chefs to try out these five sweet and savory recipes. Let us know how they taste!
Photo credit: Saunders Farm
Although operating at a lowered capacity, Saunders Farm will continue the Halloween tradition with pumpkin picking and other daytime activities like the selfie pumpkin wall during the Haunting Season, and FrightFest at night. Book in advance, no walk-ins.
7893 Bleeks Road, Munster, Ottawa
Photo credit: Snyders Family Farm
Pick out your perfect pumpkins then stick around for a sunset campfire with your bubble of family and friends in a socially distanced area. Stock up on pumpkin spiced cinnamon buns and pumpkin cutie pies from the bakery. Scare up even more fun at Fear Farm with six legendary haunts, followed by a stop by the Pumpkin Pub.
Snyders Family Farm
936685 Blenheim Road, Bright
Photo credit: Brooks Farm
Let the little ones loose in the Barnyard Playground and treat yourselves to homemade pumpkin pie, before selecting that winning pumpkin for your jack-o-lantern carving.
122 Ashworth Road, Mount Albert
Photo credit: Pumpkins After Dark at Country Heritage Park
Jack-o-lanterns come alive at this 2.5 kilometre audio drive-through exhibit with over 150 pumpkin sculptures, including an awesome pumpkin arch. Book online.
Pumpkins After Dark
Country Heritage Park, Milton
Photo credit: PéPé’s Pumpkin Patch
There are hay rides, a corn maze and pumpkins of all sizes and shapes to choose from. Plus, pick up a super cool PéPé’s Pumpkin Patch face mask this year.
PéPé’s Pumpkin Patch
2651 Front Road, LaSalle
Photo credit: Murphy’s Farm Market & Bakery
Visit early this season to choose from a selection of small, large and decorative pumpkins to create the perfect jack-o-lantern for Halloween. And a mouth-watering, made-from-scratch pumpkin pie from the bakery will sure to be a hit.
Murphy’s Farm Market & Bakery
5141 Simcoe Road 10, Alliston
Photo credit: Chappell Farms
Pick out your pumpkin and say hello to the host of farm animals during the Fall Festival at Chappell Farms.
617 Penetanguishene Road, Barrie
Photo credit: Gammondale Farm
Come for contactless excitement like Canada’s largest pumpkin catapult, the barnyard maze, the monster corn trail and of course, tons of pumpkins to choose from, all just west of Thunder Bay.
Pumpkinfest at Gammondale Farm
426 McCluskey Drive, Slate River Valley
Main photo credit: Pumpkins After Dark at Country Heritage Park