Known as the “Garden State”, New Jersey is a great spot for family farms. Looking for a great spot for pumpkin picking in New Jersey? Look no more! With over 65 u-pick pumpkin farms in New jersey listed below, you’ll be sure to find a spot your whole family will love coming to year after year. Make pumpkin picking in New Jersey with your family a yearly fall tradition!
Here you’ll find Pumpkin picking farms in NJ that the whole family will love – most include hayrides, maybe include much, much more, from corn mazes to pumpkin cannons to haunted houses. Scroll to your county and find our top picks for going pumpkin picking in New Jersey.
Pumpkin Picking in New Jersey
Use this index to jump to the county you’d like to find a pick your own pumpkin in NJ location. These pumpkin picking farms are perfect for families – find the season details and hours, and website below!
Pumpkin Picking in New Jersey Directory
- Atlantic County
- Bergen Country
- Burlington County
- Camden County
- Essex County
- Gloucester County
- Hunterdon County
- Mercer County
- Middlesex County
- Monmouth County
- Morris County
- Passaic County
- Salem County
- Somerset County
- Sussex County
- Warren County
Pumpkin Picking in Atlantic County
- R & J Farm – Galloway Township
Season 2018 Details: Featuring a corn maze, a haunted “Cornfield of Terror”, hayrides, a jumping pillow and more, make R&J your pumpkin picking in NJ destination in Atlantic County! Opening day is September 22, 2018.
Hours: M-Th (11-6), F (11-10) S-Su (10:30 – 10)
- Sahl’s Father Son Farm – Galloway Township
Season 2018 Details: Season begins September 22, 2018. Fall activities feature corn mazes, pig races, hayrides, and farm animals.
Hours: Th-F (4-7), Sa (10-7), Columbus Day 10-7
- Butterhof’s Shady Brook Farm – Egg Harbor
Season 2018 Details: Over 150 years old, this farm offers corn mazes and hayrides to the pumpkin picking patch
Pumpkin Picking in Bergen County
- Demarast Farms – Hillsdale **
Season 2018 Details: General Admission includes free parking, entrance to pumpkin patch, hay wagon ride, two petting zoos, adventure playground, corn box, photo display area, crooked house village, wooden playsets, and picnic area with tables costs $7 a person plus $9 per pumpkin (any size pumpkin). Also featuring pumpkin picking movie nights and lessons on Spookley the Square Pumpkin.
Hours: Pumpkin patch open to the public Saturday, Sunday and all holidays 9:00am to 4:30pm, and Monday thru Friday 3pm to 4:30pm.
- Abma’s Farm – Wykoff
Season 2018 Details: Family farm featuring a petting zoo, farm tours, hayrides, and more.
Hours: Starting late September, open to groups of less than 10 without a reservation and more than 10 M-F form 8-5:30
- Lupardi’s Nursery – Closter
Season 2018 Details: Opening September 22, 2018. Features a large feeding zoo, wagon rides, corn mazes, a 30 foot tree house slide, and a haunted greenhouse as well as snack stations with fresh cider.
- Secor Farms – Mahwah
Season 2018 Details: Hayrides begin mid-Septmeber. The farm features a “How Tall This Fall” sign perfect for yearly photos, a corn box with toy tractors, and a petting zoo.
- DePiero’s Farm Stand & Greenhouses – Montvale
Season 2018 Details: Late September starts pumpkin patch, hayrides, face painting, a haunted hay ride, apple cider donuts and fresh pressed cider.
Pumpkin Picking in Burlington County
- Indian Acres Tree Farm – Medford **
Season 2018 Details: Wagonrides (20 minutes through farm with pumpkin picking halfway through) start October first (12-4). Also features a corn maze, hay bale maze, giant tire sand pit, mini rock wall, barrel train rides, a pumpkin bounce house, face painting, petting zoo, and a ball launch game
- Johnson Locust Hall Farm – Jobstown
Season 2018 Details: Starting in September, enjoy hayrides, a corn maze, and an animal feed and play patch. Wristbands are offered on weekends. Live music and a BBQ can be found on the weekends as well.
Hours: 9-5 for the farm, 9-3 for the hayride
- Johnson’s Corner Farm – Medford
Season 2018 Details: Starting September 8, 2018. Fall Festival Weekends include Live Music, Family Friendly Corn Maze, Gem Mining , Apple and Pumpkin Picking Hayrides and the Food Tent serving up tasty selections from the grill. Harvest Gift Shop, Animal Farm, and Discovery Barnyard are also popular destinations on a beautiful Fall day.
Hours: Farm market – 8-7, Hayrides 10-5.
- Strawberry Hill Farm – Chesterfield
Season 2018 Details:
Hours: Open 9-5
- V & V Adventure Farm – Shamong **
Season 2018 Details: Opening September 15, 2018. Features hayrides, 10 acre corn maze, Jersey Devil haunt, Rubber duck races, haybale mazes, zombie shoot out, cow barrel train ride.
Pumpkin Picking in Camden County
- Springdale Farms – Cherry Hill
Season 2018 Details: Features hayrides and a large corn maze
Pumpkin Picking in Essex County
- Fairfield Farms & Greenhouses – Fairfield
Season 2018 Details: Opening the first week of October. Family friendly fall activities include “The Tower” slide, hayrides, 5 acre corn maze, play in the hay area, this place is perfect for pumpkin picking in New Jersey with your family.
Pumpkin Picking in Gloucester County
- Duffield’s Farm Market – Sewell
Season 2018 Details: Season begins the end of September. Enjoy fall activities, family-friendly hayride in the country
- Maugeri Farms – Swedesboro
Season 2018 Details: Open weekends in October. Activities include Haybale Maze, Treasure Hunt and Pumpkin Decorating Station, Multiple beanbag toss activities, barrel train rides, and Corn Hole games. They offer a children’s haybale maze as well as a tiny tots hay bale treasure hunt.
Hours: Weekends, 10-4:30
- Mood’s Farm Market – Mullica Hill
Season 2018 Details: Pumpkin hayrides are available in October. They include a ride to the pumpkin patch, picking a small pumpkin, a drink of apple cider, and an apple cider donut. It is a family friendly ride with many fun, silly, and scary (but not too scary) things along the path.
Hours: Rides available Saturdays, 11-3:30
Pumpkin Picking in Hunterdon County
- Melick’s Town Farm – Califon
Season 2018 Details: Open weekends in October. Hayride is a horse drawn wagon ride to the pumpkin patch. Features free grass maze, giant hay bales, cider mill, and petting zoo,
Hours: Weekends, 10-6
- Schaefer Farms – Flemington**
Season 2018 Details: Open every weekend starting end of September. Featuring a hayride through 40 acres of pumpkins, farm animals, a bounce house, corn maze, corn cannon. At night, Farm of Horrors features a haunted corn maze, hay ride, haunted house.
Hours: 9:30-6 weekdays, 9:30-10 Saturdays, 10-9 Sundays
- Everitt Farms – Ringoes
Season 2018 Details: Opening at the end of September. Featuring corn maze, farm animals, hayrides, themed weekends, refreshments, 6 Acre pumpkin patch, and kids corn boxes.
- West Portal Pumpkin Patch – Asbury
2018 Season Details: Season begins September 22, 2018. Featuring an indoor haybale maze and corn box for toddlers, a large outdoor hay maze for 6+, 2 large corn mazes, and hayrides.
Pumpkin Picking in Mercer County
- Terhune Orchards – Princeton**
2018 season details: Celebrate fall than with Pick-Your-Own Apples and Pumpkins! Enjoy pony rides, wagon rides, visit the Corn Stalk Maze, Hay Bale Maze and our barnyard of farm animals. Children can enjoy face painting and pumpkin painting.
Hours: 10 – 5
- Oasis Family Farm – Robbinsville**
2018 season details: Plenty of attractions will entertain kids of all ages – from a gold mine to a fossil dig, go pumpkin picking and spend the day looking at honey bees, ants, and a spooky haunted house.
- K & S Farm’s Sunshine Acres – East Windsor
2018 season details: Open for the season September 22, 2018. Featuring a cornmaze and hayride. Night activities include Zombie Paintball Wagon Hunt, House of Insanity and a Killer Kornfield. Non-scary night event include a flashlight maze, night pumpkin picking, and a non scary play area.
Hours: 10 am – 11 pm
- Lee Turkey Farm – East Windsor
2018 Season Details: Pick Your Own requires a $2 membership card and a $5 picking deposit that goes towards your purchase.
Hours: M-S 9-6, Sun 2-6
- Windsor Farm and Market – West Windsor
2018 Season Details: Featuring hayrides, flashlight hayrides, haunted hayrides.
Pumpkin Picking in Middlesex County
- Cheesequake Farms – Old Bridge
2018 Season Details: Opening September 21, 2018. Featuring hayrides, cornmazes, zombie paintball, Haunted corn maze and haunted hayride.
- Giamarese Farm – East Brunswick
2018 Season Details: Season begins late September. Featuring hayrides, cornmaze, and pony rides.
- Stults Farm – Plainsboro
2018 Season Details: Pick your own pumpkins starting in October.
- VonThun Farms – South Brunswick **
2018 Season Details: Season opens September 22, 2018. Get lost in a corn maze or visit to look for the perfect pumpkin. Take a hayride, pick apples or browse the Farm Market for fresh produce, baked goods and more. Families can enjoy over 35 different fall activities from John Deer tractor course to Pumpkin tic tac toe to jumbo connect 4.
Pumpkin Picking in Monmouth County
- Happy Day Farm – Manalapan **
2018 Season Details: Season begins September 29, 2018. Featuring over 30 attractions for families including bounce houses, feeding zoo, duck races, pedal carts, hayrides, and pig races as well as a kids korner for kids ages 2-6
- A. Casola Farms – Holmdel **
2018 Season Details: Season begins mid September, 2018. Featuring hayrides, petting zoo, corn maze, a wild west show, face painting, and nighttime haunted activities.
- Battleview Orchards – Freehold
2018 Season Details: Season opens September 22, 2018. Featuring country store and hayrides.
- Wemrock Orchards – Freehold
2018 Season Details: Season begins the last weekend of September. Featuring a 5 acre corn maze, Munchkin fun patch from ages 1-4, hayride through decorated farm.
- Atlantic Farm – Manasquan
2018 Season Details: Season is weekends only. Featuring pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn maze, hay bale maze, tractor and truck displays, bounce house, and more.
Pumpkin Picking in Morris County:
- Conklin Farm U-Pick – Montville
2018 Season Details: Open weekends only, end of September. Featuring hayrides, slingshot, corn maze.
- Riamede Farm – Chester
2018 Season Details: cut your own pumpkins – remember to bring your own cutting shears!
Hours: 9 – 4:30
- Hillview Farms – Gillette
2018 Season Details: Season opens October. Hayrides to pumpkin patch
- Alstede Farms – Chester
2018 Season Details: Season begins mid September. Featuring hayrides, corn maze, corn kingdom, animal feeding, moon bounce, wagon rides, train rides.
- Middle Valley Farms – Mendham
2018 Season Details: On the weekends in late September to the end of October, Middle Valley Farms is open to the public and features 6 acre corn maze, hay rides, pick your own pumpkin patch, hay maze, and more – the perfect place to go pumpkin picking in new jersey.
- Stony Hill Farms – Chester **
2018 Season Details: Season begins September 1, 2018. Hay rides, maze fun park featuring giant and mini corn mazes, tile maze, rope maze, trike racing, Noah’s Ark playground, gem mining.
- Ort Farms – Long Valley **
2018 Season Details: Season begins weekends, September 16, 2018. Featuring farm animals, hayrides, farm mountain, picnic area, corn maze, train ride, monster truck rides.
- Sun High Orchard – Randolph
2018 Season Details: Admission to the pumpkin patch is free. Weekend Hay Rides are $1 per person 2 years and up
Pumpkin Picking in Ocean County
- Argos Farm – Forked River **
2018 Season Details: Fall Festival begins weekends, September 15, 2018. Featuring corn maze, hayride, pig races, hay slide, pony rides, hay mountain, farm animals, and much more.
- Emery’s Farm – New Egypt
2018 Season Details: Featuring hay rides, corn mazes, treasure hunt, bale maze, corn maze with Clue who done it theme, straw bale maze.
- Hallock’s U-Pick Farm – New Egypt
2018 Season Details: pick your own pumpkins.
- Silverton Farms – Toms River
2018 Season Details: to be updates as information is added to site.
Pumpkin Picking in Passaic County
Farms View – Wayne
Pumpkin Picking in Salem County
The McCann Farm – Monroeville
Pumpkin Picking in Somerset County
- Norz Hill Farm – Hillsborough
2018 Season Details: Weekends, starting September 4, 2017 though October. Spend the at day at Norz Hill Farm by taking a tour of our farm and the animals, taking the corn maze challenge, letting the little ones get a pony ride or even going to our food both for a burger, popcorn and a drink.
Hours: Weekends, 10-6
- Doyle’s Unami Farm – Hillsborough
2018 Season Details: Opening September 22, 2018. Featuring corn maze, hayrides, and farm animals, demonstrations on animal farm practices, and a farm store.
Hours: Weekends, 1-5
- Hillsboro Farm – Hillsborough
2018 Season Details: On weekends, October 6 through October 28, there are plenty of fun fall festivities going on at the farm. Hayrides, pumpkin picking in our pumpkin patch, corn maze, face-painting, scarecrow-making, pumpkin decorating, and more.
- Snyder’s Farm – Somerset
2018 Season Details:Fall Festival begins September 29, 2018, weekends only. Featuring a hayride, moon bounce, horses, corn maze, hay bale maze, corn boxes, corn hole, pedal carts, pumpkin cannon and more.
Pumpkin Picking in Sussex County
- Heaven Hill Farm – Vernon
2018 season details: season starts September 15, 2018 and admittance costs as low as $10/person. Parking is free and pets are not allowed. Heaven Hill Farm stakes claim to having the largest fall festival in Northern NJ with their Great pumpkin festival as well as North Jersey’s largest corn maze.
Hours: 10 -4
- Sussex County Strawberry Farm – Newton
2018 Season Details: Pick your own begins first week of October with hayrides every weekend.
- Ideal Farm and Garden – Lafayette
2018 Season Details: Pumpkin Hollow opens the last weekend in September. Featuring hayrides, a haunted barn, farm animals, and a haymaze.
- Tranquility Farms – Andover
2018 Season Details: Fall Fest runs Saturdays and Sundays through October. Featuring hayrides, pumpkin launchers and corn cannons, bounce pillow, cow train, corn maze and a free kids fun tent.
- Pochuck Valley Farms – Glenwood
2018 Season Details: hayrides and pumpkin picking. Picking is closed by 3:30.
Pumpkin Picking in New Jersey – Warren County
- Longmeadow Farm – Hope
2018 Season Details: Pumpkin season starts the first weekend in October and runs through the last weekend before Halloween.
Hours: Open 9-5 on weekends
- Donaldson Farms – Hackettstown
2018 Season Details: Season begin September 22, 2018. Hayrides, Indian corn picking, corn mazes, duck races, farm animals, pony rides.
Hours: M-Sa 9 -5, Sun 9-4
- Marshall’s Farm – Delaware
2018 Season Details: Featuring hayrides and a large Halloween display for fun photo opps.
- Race Farm Fresh – Blairstown
2018 Season Details: Pick your own season begins July 7-October 31.
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