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The best pumpkin patches in Miami for some fun fall action

Bring on the season of giant gourds, fall ops, hay mazes and jaunts to the best pumpkin patches in Miami

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil
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Pumpkin patches in Miami are a rare sight as Santa Claus dressed in swim trunks. Yet, our fair city has both. When you live in the tropics and every day is a good day to visit one of the Miami beaches then you find a way to make seasonal stuff work. That said, autumn fun is not lost on us here. We look forward to fall events in Miami and love a hay maze as much as the next northerner, we just do things a little differently. Skip the boots and scarves and rally the little ones (after all, visiting a field filled with gourds is one of the best things to do in Miami with kids this time of year), it’s pumpkin patch season, ya’ll! Here’s where to go to find them, and check back often as we add more to the list.

Pumpkin patches in Miami

Back for a second year, Tinez Farms' Pinterest-perfect scene provides the ideal fallscape for all your seasonal photos. There's a themed balloon arch and an autumnal vignette with festive signs to get you inspired. An assortment of pumpkins in all sizes, hay bales and corn bunches tie the whole thing together. There's also a petting zoo with lots of adorable animals, play areas for the kids and weekend farmers' markets selling organic produce, wares from local businesses and more. Sep 11–Nov 27; Fri–Sun 11am–7pm.

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This adorable pumpkin patch has been around for nearly four decades, and it offers much more to do than picking gourds. There’s a petting zoo, a butterfly garden, a corn maze and pony rides for the little ones (an extra $2)—plus so many fall-inspired photo ops. The farm is open on weekends (10am–4pm) and admission is $12. Oct 8–30

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Make believe it's actually fall in Miami at this charming farm near the Redlands. Besides selecting the perfect pumpkin to carve from the patch, kiddos get to ride pedal boats, tractors and even ponies. There’s also a petting zoo for little ones looking for more hands-on fun. The price of admission includes a guided tour. Add-ons like a photo in the patch and a feeding experience are available. Through Nov 6

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