Don’t Miss These 9 Great Pumpkin Patches In Kansas This Fall

It’s officially fall, which means it’s FINALLY pumpkin season! If you’ve been resisting the urge to partake in pumpkin everything, rejoice! Starbucks is serving PSL’s by the gallon, Target is continually re-stocking their pumpkin scented candles, and pumpkin patches across the state are now open. Here are our picks for some of the very best pumpkin patches in Kansas:

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Address: 163 NE 30 Rd, Great Bend, KS 67530, USA
Address: 2252 Mulberry Rd, Hiawatha, KS 66434, USA
Address: 10007 SW Indianola Rd, Augusta, KS 67010, USA
Address: 1108 S 200th St, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
Address: 1791 N 1500 Rd, Lawrence, KS 66046
Address: 4567 Marshall Rd, Rantoul, KS 66079, USA
Address: Northeast 108th Street, NE 108th St, Kansas, USA
Address: 5991 17th St, Grantville, KS 66429, USA
Address: 22261 N 139th St, Basehor, KS 66007, USA
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Best Pumpkin Patches in Kansas

October 04, 2021

Where can I find pumpkin farms in Kansas?  

Kansas is one of those states that are just perfect for fall fun, like festivals, corn mazes, hayrides, and pumpkin carving. And, speaking of pumpkin carving, Kansas is home to plenty of awesome pumpkin patches that are just waiting for you to come visit! Some of the most popular patches in Kansas include Walter’s Pumpkin Patch, in Burns, the pumpkin patch at Klausmeyer Dairy Farm in Clearwater, and Applejack Pumpkin Patch in Augusta. And then there’s other fabulous patches like P and M Pumpkin Patch, which is in Moundridge, and Britt’s Garden Acres in Manhattan. Of course, these are not even close to the entire list, but for brevity’s sake, we’ll leave it at those. You ought to get a nice head start while autumn is still young!  

What is fall in Kansas like?  

Kansas is lovely for most of the year – as long as you are willing to tolerate warm, humid summers – and autumn is no exception. In fact, autumn might just be the best time of year to visit Kansas (or just to live there). The average temperature in fall in Kansas is anywhere from 78 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit. It can be a little rainy, averaging anywhere from 3 to 5 inches of rain in September and 2 to 4 inches in October. By mid-October, fall foliage is at its absolute best, and that’s when you’re going to want to go leaf-peeping (if you haven’t already… okay, even if you have, just go again, it’s worth it). By the end of October into November, it gets a little chillier, and the first snow flurries usually begin right around then. Kansas is a beautiful state with plenty to offer, most especially during the fall. Check this article out for some of the most beautiful places in Kansas to enjoy fall 

Address: 163 NE 30 Rd, Great Bend, KS 67530, USA
Address: 2252 Mulberry Rd, Hiawatha, KS 66434, USA
Address: 10007 SW Indianola Rd, Augusta, KS 67010, USA
Address: 1108 S 200th St, Pittsburg, KS 66762, USA
Address: 1791 N 1500 Rd, Lawrence, KS 66046
Address: 4567 Marshall Rd, Rantoul, KS 66079, USA
Address: Northeast 108th Street, NE 108th St, Kansas, USA
Address: 5991 17th St, Grantville, KS 66429, USA
Address: 22261 N 139th St, Basehor, KS 66007, USA