Choose From Over 80-Acres Of Pumpkins At The Charming Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market In Florida
We’ll be the first to admit—when we think of picking pumpkins, we probably don’t immediately think of Florida. But that’s okay—because there are still pumpkin patches worth visiting, they just happen to fly under the radar. This particular pumpkin patch in Florida happens to be one of the biggest—with over 80-acres of farmland to provide fresh produce throughout the year. Ready to add a bucket list item to your autumn adventure list?
To learn more about the incredible Florida pumpkin patch at Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market, visit the website or Facebook Page. Have you ever been to Bedner’s Farm before? Share with us your experience in the comments section — we’d love to hear from you! Or, you can share some of your favorite seasonal attractions with us by filling out a nomination form for the chance to see them featured in upcoming stories.
Florida pumpkin patch
What is fall in Florida like?
You probably won’t be surprised to learn that fall in Florida is relatively mild. While other parts of the country are experiencing drops in temperature and a show of fall foliage, Florida’s temperatures stay warm and the changing in foliage is less common. However, typically by late October and through November, those in Florida will enjoy slightly cooler temperatures. And while this may not seem like it sets the stage for a festive autumn experience, the upside is that you can still enjoy all of Florida’s spectacular outdoor attractions throughout the year. Beaches, hikes, trails, and more are arguably more appealing during the fall season because of fewer crowds.
What are the best fall trails to hike in Florida?
One of the best ways to experience autumn in Florida is getting out in nature and enjoying a trail or two. Florida has such a variety of terrain that finding a unique trail isn’t difficult to do. One of our top hiking recommendations would be visiting Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in Naples. It’s here that you can explore a 2.25-mile boardwalk that will meander through beautiful marsh and prairie lands, pine Flatwoods, and a large Bald Cypress forest. In fact, it’s the largest Bald Cypress forest that remains in North America. Along the way, you’ll want to keep your eyes peeled for wildlife such as alligators, white-tailed deer, and a countless array of native birds. Other must-hike trails in Florida include Big Cypress Bend in Fakahatchee Preserve State Park, Timucuan Trail in Ocala National Forest, Caladesi Island Trail in Dunedin, Garden of Eden Trail in the Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve in Bristol, Anhinga Trail in Everglades National Park, Falling Waters Sinkhole Trail in Chipley, and Ravine Gardens State Park in Palatka. Learn more about these beautiful hiking trails in Florida.