Temple Hall Farm Pumpkin Patch & Sunflower FieldsPick your own pumpkin daily in October.
Enjoy a fun family outing at the Temple Hall Farm Pumpkin Patch! Pick your own pumpkin, take a wagon ride around the farm, visit the farm animals, bounce on the inflatable pillows, slide down the hill slides, and more!
October 1 - 31, 2022
Open Daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.*
*Last tickets are sold at 4 p.m.
$15 per person. Save $3 per person weekdays!
Free admission for ages 2 years and younger. (Free admission does not include a pumpkin)
Each paid admission includes one pumpkin.
Credit preferred, no online ticket sales.
Features & Attractions
Pick-Your-Own-Pumpkin: Take a wagon ride or a stroll over to the pumpkin patch to pick your perfect pumpkin.
Wagon Rides: Take a ride to the pumpkin patch, or just enjoy a loop around the farm on a wagon ride, running daily
Farmyard: See cows, goats, alpacas, sheep, pigs, chickens, and other farm animals! Take a scavenger hunt to make your visit even more fun!
Roping Cattle: Test your cowboy skills with our very tolerant (and inanimate) roping cattle!
Jumping Pillows: Jumping has never been more fun than on our larger-than-life air-pillows! Two huge inflatable pillows will delight kids of all ages!
Hill Slides: Get a bird’s eye view of the farm, then race your friends down our giant hill slides!
Yard Games: Cornhole, CanJam, checkers, and more!
Playground: Enjoy hours of climbing, sliding, and swinging at the playground.
Cornbox: This fan favorite is like a sandbox, but with corn!
Playhouses: Let your imagination run wild in our schoolhouse and cottage playhouses.
Pumpkin Cannons: Ready, aim, fire a pumpkin into a target for a satisfying smash! Weekends only.
Food Truck: Enjoy hot dogs, funnel cakes, snacks and beverages from the NOVA Parks food truck. Weekends only.
PLEASE NOTE: Dogs are not allowed at Temple Hall Farm.
Groups/Parties: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
ABOUT LEGACY FARMS
Legacy Farms is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization established in 2012 to empower neurodiversity in the workplace through mentor/apprenticeship programs. Programs are available to neurodiverse individuals who perform essential organizational tasks in the garden located at Temple Hall Farm Regional Park, in the community, and for organizational management.
Programs are designed for individuals ages 16 years and older who identify as neurodivergent, including autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and anxiety. These neurotypes vary from perceived norms and affect an individual’s ability to achieve employment and independence in the current job market. Apprentices build upon their talents and interests, while mentors provide coaching to help develop job skills, social awareness and self-advocacy. For more information or volunteer opportunities, visit legacyfarmsvirginia.org.