These 4 Charming Pumpkin Patches In Delaware Are Picture Perfect For A Fall Day
It’s finally starting to feel like fall in Delaware. The leaves have already started to change on the Dover Green, and apple cider is making its way to the grocery stores. That can mean only one thing: the apple orchards and pumpkin patches are opening. The following are four of what we consider to be the best pumpkin patches in Delaware, pick a few to add to your autumnal bucket list.
What are your picks for the best pumpkin patches in Delaware? Share them with your fellow fall lovers in the comments below!
These orchards and u-pick farms in Delaware make great fall day trip destinations, and if you’re looking for more ways to enjoy the prettiest season in the state, check out this article with related seasonal content: 9 Picture Perfect Fall Day Trips To Take In Delaware.
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What's the best fall festival in Delaware?
Delaware may be a small state, but it's big on fall fun -- especially in the festivals department. While there are numerous can't-miss fall festivals in Delaware, our very favorite has to be the annual Fall Fest at Fifer's. Each year, Fifer Orchards builds an enormous corn maze for Delaware's kids and adults to enjoy. The themed maze is a challenge for everyone, but there's nothing more fun than making your way through! But it's so much more than merely a corn maze; Fifer's puts on the quintessential fall festival. Tractor rides, epic bounce pads, festival favorites like massive straw slides and pedal tractors, friendly farm animals, and, of course, massive pumpkin patches, make the annual Fall Fest at Fifer Orchards *the* autumn event to attend in Delaware!
What are some fun fall day trips in Delaware?
Experience peak fall beauty when you check out one of the best fall day trips in Delaware. Some must-visit spots for amazing fall foliage and seasonal splendor include Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, which is downright ravishing drenched in autumn colors; Lums Pond State Park, a must-visit for avid hikers; Wilmington and Western Railroad, which hosts a spectacular fall foliage train ride known as the Autumn Leaf Special; Hagley Museum, a DuPont home and museum that is a great spot to learn some history and watch the scenery change throughout the season; and Lewes & Rehoboth Beach, a wonderful beach town in the First State that's nothing short of sublime in the fall season.