As the cool nights set in and the mountains begin to dance with colors, festive fall memories are waiting to be made. Soak in the season with your family at one of these pumpkin patches in Knoxville TN and the surrounding counties.
East Tennessee is filled with wonderful choices for this fabulous fall outing, including u-pick pumpkin farms and pre-picked options.
The farms featured below also boast a variety of additional attractions including hay rides, petting zoos, playgrounds, jump pads, farm stores and more!
If you’re a pumpkin farm newbie, we’ve also provided some tips to help you survive your trip!
If you want even more u-pick fun, check out our big list of farms for fruit picking near Knoxville.
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As always, you can click any blue business link to verify the information provided or get additional details. In the list below, Knox county is featured first, with all additional counties following in alphabetical order.
Pumpkin Patches in Knoxville TN
- Location: 8240 Corryton Rd., Corryton, TN
Enjoy u-pick pumpkins, a corn maze, and over 25 attractions, including a petting zoo, playground, face painting, sand play area, and much more!
See nearby Knox and Roane counties for a pumpkin farm near you.
View nearby Loudon, Knox, and Sevier counties for a pumpkin farm near you!
- Location: 1104 Rebel Hollow Rd, Tazewell, TN
This local favorite hosts fun special events year round. The fall festivities include u-pick pumpkins, barrel train rides, a large petting zoo, and more!
- Location: 1890 Dodd Branch Rd, Greeneville, TN
In addition to pick your own apples and pumpkins, this delightful but low-key farm also offers a hayride. For anyone wanting a less commercialized pumpkin picking experience, this farm will be just the ticket!
Though this farm is technically in Greene County, it is less than a 30 minute drive from Newport TN.
View nearby Knox and Hamblen counties for a pumpkin farm near you.
- Location: 7464 W Andrew Johnson Hwy, Morristown, TN
Although they do have a small pumpkin patch, the star of this farm is their large corn maze. They also have a variety of other attractions including a jump pillow, gem mining, petting zoo, and more!
- Location: 2738 Refro Rd, Jefferson City, TN
Guest will enjoy a fabulous pumpkin patch, corn maze, petting zoo, jump pad, hay rides, hay maze, duck races, and more!
- Locations: 915 Bethel Church Rd, Jefferson City, TN
This fabulous attraction features pick-your-own pumpkins, multiple corn mazes, a hay ride, pumpkin cannon, petting zoo, zip line, playground, and more!
- Location: 9567 Hwy 11E, Lenior City, TN
This farm features a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, corn maze, playground area, duck pond, petting zoo, and much more!
- Location: 7545 Hwy 411 South, Greenback, TN
This farm boasts u-pick pumpkins, a large corn maze, a hay maze for the little guys, and the largest pig exhibit in East TN!
- Location: 1126 Maple Ln, Greenback, TN
Enjoy a u-pick pumpkin patch, hay rides, corn maze, country store, and more!
- Location: 257 TN-307, Athens, TN
This attraction is closed for renovations during the 2019 season, but is scheduled to re-open, better than ever, in 2020. This farm is about 18 minutes outside of Madisonville.
- Location: 199 Laurel Bluff Road, Kingston, TN
This fun fall attraction features pick-your-own pumpkins, hay rides, a corn maze, and a variety of fun outdoor games perfect fort both kids and adults!
- Location: 938 Alder branch Road, Sevierville, TN
This popular farm boasts u-pick pumpkins, a petting zoo, playground area, corn tub, jump pillow, and much more!
- Location: First Baptist Church of Sevierville
This small but mighty church-run corn maze also offers a hayride.
See nearby Knox and Clayborne counties for a pumpkin farm near you.
Pumpkin Books to Share
- Apples and Pumpkins – A young girl spends the perfect fall day on the farm picking apples and pumpkins.
- Pumpkin Jack – This is a fun science lesson disguised in a delightful story. A young boy throws his rotten jack-o-lantern into the back garden. Throughout the year he continues to make observations, until he gets an awesome spring surprise!
- Seed, Sprout, Pumpkin Pie – With vibrant photographs, kids can follow the life cycle of a pumpkin from seed to pumpkin pie.
Pro Tips to Help You Survive Your Pumpkin Farm Visit
- Consider visiting the farm earlier in the morning or later in the day to avoid the sweltering mid-day heat.
- An over cast day can also provide great relief from the heat, if you time your trip to avoid the storm.
- Be sure to bring tote bags or a collapsible wagon to make transporting your pumpkins easier. If you are taking a hayride, bags are the way to go.
- At a pumpkin patch or corn maze, strollers are definitely more trouble than they’re worth. Consider baby wearing instead.
- By their nature, farms have a lot of dirt. Come prepared to clean little hands by bringing hand wipes, especially if you are planning to eat while you’re there.
- Some farms only accept cash, so be sure to verify with your chosen farm prior to leaving for your trip.