Bring The Family Out To The Hugo Pumpkin Festival In Oklahoma And Enjoy Elephants And Fall Festivities Under One Roof

Every year, Oklahoman’s go crazy for fall activities. Time to take a road trip and head down to Hugo, for the Hugo Pumpkin Patch Festival. This is a great way to kick off the cooler temperatures and spend some time outdoors. Open October 1st to November 1st, this pumpkin patch has something for everyone. There are seemingly endless activities to keep you busy all day — hayrides, inflatable games, pumpkin carving, and much more. Did we mention feeding the elephant? Yes, you can do that too. The Sooner state knows how to celebrate this time of year better than all the rest. Check out the pictures below and then see for yourself.

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To learn more about the Hugo Pumpkin Festival, click here.

Don’t you just love this time of the year? Pumpkins are everywhere, the leaves are beginning to fall, and the weather is perfect for outdoor activities! A great place to enjoy all three of these is at Woodbine Farms Pumpkin Patch in Ardmore. This family-owned farm is surrounded by gorgeous trees and scenery and makes for an excellent fall outing — click here to learn more.

Address: Hugo, OK 74743, USA