These 5 Charming Pumpkin Patches In West Virginia Are Picture Perfect For A Fall Day

As pumpkin spice flavored everything hits the stores and the days grow cooler, you’re probably starting to think about where to get real live pumpkins for decorations and pies. Why not make an adventure out of it and visit one of these farms for some family fun? Listed below are five of the best pumpkin patches in West Virginia, and we hope you plan a visit to one (or several) of these delightful seasonal spots!

If there’s one thing better than fall in the Mountain State, it’s a trip to one of the best pumpkin patches in West Virginia during the fall! For more fun this fall in West Virginia, check out Martinsburg, a charming town that goes all-out in the fall with a full schedule of autumn activities!

Address: Cherry Street, Cherry St, Bayard, WV 26707, USA
Address: Old Mcdonalds Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze, 1597 Arden Nollville Rd, Inwood, WV 25428, USA
Address: Okes Family Farms, 614 Blue Jay 6 Rd, Cool Ridge, WV 25825, USA
Address: Town & Country Nursery, 1885 Darke Ln, Kearneysville, WV 25430, USA
Address: Orr's Farm Market, 682 Orr Dr, Martinsburg, WV 25403, USA
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Best pumpkin patches in West Virginia

August 20, 2022

What are some fun fall day trips in West Virginia? 

The Mountain State comes alive with color in the fall; and, in our opinion, there’s no better way to revel in the seasonal splendor than on a fall train trip in West Virginia. Each year, the most anticipated train ride in West Virginia is the Autumn Colors Express. This delightful seasonal excursion takes riders through the autumn foliage of the picturesque New River Gorge National Park while offering breathtaking views of the New River and Kanawha River below.

Another train ride in West Virginia that is particularly lovely in the fall is at Cass Scenic Railroad. Way up in the mountains of West Virginia lies Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, a place where visitors can take a step back in time aboard a restored, steam-powered locomotive. Originally built to transport logs to a West Virginia lumber mill, Cass Scenic Railroad has been transformed into one of the most scenic, historic, and interesting passenger trains in the country. Trips depart from the town of Cass and take visitors to Whittaker Station (a two-hour ride) or all the way to Bald Knob (a four-and-a-half hour adventure). We’re partial to the Bald Knob excursion; featuring a unique ecosystem that’s more similar to what you might expect to find in Canada than West Virginia, Bald Knob rises high above all but one of West Virginia’s myriad mountain peaks. The train climbs an impressive 2,290 feet from the Cass Depot to the top of Bald Knob, for a breathtaking adventure that’s sure to have you marveling at the majestic Mountain State’s natural beauty!

Address: Cherry Street, Cherry St, Bayard, WV 26707, USA
Address: Old Mcdonalds Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze, 1597 Arden Nollville Rd, Inwood, WV 25428, USA
Address: Okes Family Farms, 614 Blue Jay 6 Rd, Cool Ridge, WV 25825, USA
Address: Town & Country Nursery, 1885 Darke Ln, Kearneysville, WV 25430, USA
Address: Orr's Farm Market, 682 Orr Dr, Martinsburg, WV 25403, USA