WV Posted in West Virginia September 19, 2015 by Katherine Don’t Miss These 9 Great Pumpkin Patches In West Virginia This Fall Looking for some family fun this autumn? Check out these pumpkin patches and pick out your own pumpkins! 1. Orr's Farm Market in Martinsburg Orr’s Farm Market/Facebook Check out Orr’s Fall Fun Days, scheduled for Sept. 27 at 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. 2. Byrnside Branch Farm in Union Byrnside Branch Farm/Facebook They are open Sept. 18 through the first weekend in November, according to their Facebook page. 3. Okes Family Farm Okes Family Farms Located in Cool Ridge, this farm will start its fall season Sunday Sept. 20. 4. Cinderella Pumpkin Farm Eli & Anne-Marie/Flickr This farm, located in Red Sulphur (Monroe County) offers pumpkins, hay rides, a corn maze and Halloween supplies. For more information, email email@example.com. 5. Morgan Orchard Morgan Orchard/Facebook Pick your own pumpkins at this farm in Sinks Grove. It’s open every day except Wednesday, according to its website. 6. Ridgefield Farm and Orchard in Harpers Ferry Ridgefield Farm and Orchard This pumpkin patch will have a special event in October — Haunting Season. If you like to be spooked go there on Fridays and Saturday nights Oct. 16 and 17 and Oct. 23 and 24 from dark until about 11 p.m. 7. Town and Country Nursery Town and Country Nursery/Facebook This Jefferson County nursery has a pumpkin and corn maze that will open Sept. 26. 8. The West Virginia Pumpkin Festival West Virginia Pumpkin Festival/Facebook Not so much a “patch” as it is a four-day celebration of fall that of course includes pumpkins. This year’s event is scheduled for Oct. 1 through 4 in Milton. It started as a way to help farmers sell their pumpkins but it has evolved into so much more. This year’s events will include live music, arts and crafts, special exhibits and demonstrations, a 5K run and a beauty pageant. 9. Old McDonald's Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze Old McDonald’s Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze Located in Inwood, this place as a pumpkin patch as well as a corn maze, playground, slides and farm animals for viewing. General admission is $5 and kids 3 and under get in free. Are you planning to visit any of these pumpkin patches? Did I miss any? Let me know in the comments.