You can find local pumpkin patches by visiting websites such as PumpkinPatchesandMore.org and then entering the state and region where you are located to find the addresses of nearby pumpkin patches. Local community newspapers also list regional pumpkin patches, as do media publications created for parents and families.
Another website that includes the names and addresses of pumpkin patches is PickYourOwn.org, which also lists the names and addresses of local "pick your own" farms.
During the peak Halloween season, it is possible to find the names and addresses of local pumpkin patches by consulting online resources such as HalloweenAttractions.com. These resources typically include the names and addresses of other Halloween-inspired events, such as hayrides, corn mazes, and haunted houses.
For parents of children, two common places to find family-oriented media publications listing or advertising local pumpkin patches include the local library and the offices of doctors, especially pediatricians. In the local library, these publications are typically located next to the newspapers and magazines area. In the offices of doctors, they are in the waiting area.
Once you have selected a few potential pumpkin patches to visit, you can find the specific location on a map by using a GPS device or by entering the information into a mapping resource such as Google Maps.