Are you looking for a place to celebrate fall with pumpkin picking, corn or hay mazes, hot cider and hay rides?
We've got some great suggestions on where to celebrate fall in Northern Virginia.
PUMPKIN PATCHES & FAMILY FUN
St. Luke's Church Pumpkin Patch, Alexandria
St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Alexandria will host its annual pumpkin patch beginning Oct. 6. A range of pumpkins will be available.
• Bradley Farm Spooky Sprint & Kids Haunt, Herndon
The annual Bradley Farm Haunted House is offering the family friendly Spooky Sprint this year, a two-mile fun run and walk created especially for families. The annual haunted house will also host a haunt especially for children that will include indoor trick-or-treating, a scavenger hunt and more.
• Wegmeyer Farms, Purcellville
Pick your own pumpkins and take a walk through the hay maze at the picturesque Wegmeyer Farms.
• Pumpkinville Fall Festival, Leesburg
The Pumpkinville Fall Festival at Leesburg Animal Park offers all kinds of fall fun, from hay wagon and pony rides to a pumpkin patch, hay maze, moon bounces, face painting, live entertainment and more.
• Cox Farms Fall Festival, Centreville
Cox Farms in Centreville offer a great fall festival with giant slides, hay rides, pumpkins, cider and more.
• Heather Hill Pumpkin Patch, Fairfax Station
The pumpkin patch at Heather Hill Gardens offers a variety of pumpkins, gourds and mums, as well as a petting zoo, moon bounce and a variety of activities for children.
• Hill High Farm Pumpkin Patch, Winchester
The Pumpkin Patch at Hill High Farm offers a large pumpkin patch, crop circle corn maze, tasty treats for sale and the Haunted Nightmares Haunted House.
• Fall Pumpkin Festival at Ticonderoga, Chantilly
The Fall Pumpkin Festival at Ticonderoga Farms has a pumpkin patch, slides, hay rides, hay forts, fire pits and much, much more. A pie-size pumpkin is included with every admission.
• Air and Scare at Udvar-Hazy, Chantilly
Visit Udvar-Hazy for the annual Air and Scare family friendly event. The event includes indoor trick-or-treating, creepy crafts and spooky science experiments.
Where's your favorite pumpkin patch? What makes it the best?