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.
The farms featured below also boast a variety of additional attractions including hayrides, 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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Pumpkin Patches in Knoxville TN
As always, you can click any blue business link to verify the information provided or get additional details. Knoxville farms are listed first with the surrounding farms following in alphabetical order.
Due to current events please check the status of any farm on the morning of your visit. Even farms that are planning to be open may have to close at the last minute for cleaning if there is any contamination on their grounds.
1. Oakes Farm
- 8240 Corryton Rd., Corryton, TN
- Knox County
Oakes Farm will be opening for u-pick pumpkins and fall fun on October 1, 2020. The pumpkins you receive at this patch are the perfect size for carving!
Farm guests will enjoy hayrides to the pumpkin patch, a corn maze, and over 25 attractions, including a petting zoo, playground, face painting, and sand play.
The farm also offers a wide assortment of delicious lunch choices, including hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken tenders, fried okra, fried mac-n-cheese, and much more. You can complete the meal with some tasty homemade fudge, hand-dipped ice cream, or funnel cakes. Yum!
2. Buffalo Trail Orchard
- 1890 Dodd Branch Rd, Greeneville, TN
- Greene County
This farm will be open for u-pick in 2020 with increased safety and sanitizing measures.
Buffalo Trail Orchard is a delightful but low-key farm. 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!
After you’ve found the perfect pumpkins, you and your family can hop on over to the farm store, which is filled with delicious jellies, jams, apple butter, and more. Most of the items for sale are homemade using produce grown right on the farm.
3. Ballinger Farm Crazy Maze
- 2738 Renfro Rd, Jefferson City, TN
- Jefferson County
In 2020, this farm will be open from September 18th – November 1st.
At Ballinger farm Crazy Maze, guests will enjoy a fabulous pumpkin patch, corn maze, petting zoo, jump pad, hayrides, hay maze, duck races, and more!
4. Deep Well Farm
- 9567 Hwy 11E, Lenior City, TN
- Loudon County
This farm opens on September 26, 2020.
Deep Well Farm features a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, corn maze, playground area, duck pond, petting zoo, and much more! The pumpkins included with your admission are the perfect size for painting. You can purchase larger carving pumpkins for an additional charge.
If you are feeling peckish, the farm also sells basic consessions.
5. Echo Valley Corn Maze
- 915 Bethel Church Rd, Jefferson City, TN
- Jefferson County
This farm will be open for u-pick begining September 17, 2020. It is closed Monday and Tuesday and open Wednesday through Sunday.
Echo Valley Corn Maze features pick-your-own pumpkins, multiple corn mazes, a hayride, pumpkin cannon, a petting zoo, ziplining, a playground, and more! Refreshments are also available.
6. Friendly Farm
- 1104 Rebel Hollow Rd, Tazewell, TN
- Clayborn County
The pumpkikn patch will be open on weekends in October, 2020.
Friendly Farm is a local favorite that hosts fun special events year-round. Throughout the fall season, they will be holding special events including a costume contest, trick-or-treating, free admission for scouts, and Buddy Walk day!
The fall festivities include u-pick pumpkins, barrel train rides, a large petting zoo, and more! The petting zoo boats over 100 animals. In addition to goats, you can pet chickens, pigs, and bunnies. Oh my!
7. Hyde Farms
- 7545 Hwy 411 South, Greenback, TN
- Loudon County
This farm plans to be open for 2020, but has not yet announced thier opening day.
Hyde Farms boasts u-pick pumpkins, a large corn maze, a hay maze for the little guys, and the largest pig exhibit in East TN! There is also a full-service concession stand on-site.
8. Kyker Farm
- 938 Alder branch Road, Sevierville, TN
- Sevier County
This farm officially opens September 26, 2020
Kyker Farm boasts u-pick pumpkins, a petting zoo, playground area, corn tub, jump pillow, and much more! This unique farm allows you to pick a carving pumpkin, a pie pumpkin, a decorative gourde, or a delicious squash.
There is also a nice snack bar with chili dogs, nachos, and other simple lunch choices.
9. Maple Lane Farms
- 1126 Maple Ln, Greenback, TN
- Blount County
This corn maze and u-pick pumpkin patch will be open begining October 2, 2020.
At Maple Lane Farms, you can enjoy a u-pick pumpkin patch, hayrides, corn maze, and more! This location also boasts a large country store filled with country crafts and farm-fresh canned goods. Refreshments are available for purchase.
10. Mayfield Farm Park
- 257 TN-307, Athens, TN
- Monroe County
This farm will officiially be open for u-pick in 2020.
Mayfield Farm Park boasts a large pumpkin patch, corn maze, pig races, playground, hayrides, outdoor games, and more!
This farm offers tons of delicious food choices including pork BBQ, hotdogs, hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, fried Oreos, and more. Of course, there is also a wide selection of tasty Mayfield ice cream.
11. Narramore Farms
- 199 Laurel Bluff Road, Kingston, TN
- Roane County
This farm will be open for fall fun begining om October 3, 2020.
Narramore Farms features pick-your-own pumpkins, hayrides, a corn maze, and a variety of fun outdoor games perfect for both kids and adults!
When your belly starts to rumble, Narramore Farms has got you covered. Throughout the season, this farm hosts different food trucks from throughout the greater Knoxville area.
12. Love Loud Corn Maze
- First Baptist Church of Sevierville
- Sevier County
Due to current events, this corn maze is not opening for fall 2020. Check back in 2021.
Love Loud Corn Maze is a small but mighty church-run corn maze that also offers hayrides.
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 overcast 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 babywearing 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.