This post is updated for 2022. As new information becomes available, we will update.
St. Peter Parish. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.
125, E. 19th Avenue.
We have no updated information at this time for 2022.
We have no updated information except the following:
St. Anselm Catholic Church. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.
306 St Mary St
Pumpkins usually arrive the first week of October.
2123 Florida Street, Mandeville (this is a move of two blocks from it’s 2017 location–they are now closer to Mandeville Bake Shop)
HOURS: Fri & Sat, 9a-7p and Sun-Thurs, 11a-6p. Cash OR CreditCard, no admission fee as usual.
4499 Sharp Rd, Mandeville, LA 70471
Available starting October 6th, running through the month of Oct while supplies last. Open Thursday and Friday 2:30 – 5:30pm, Saturday 9am – 6pm, and Sunday 10am – 4pm.
There will be a free photo opp to capture your fall memories! On Saturdays, there will be fall family fun that includes: face painting, bake sale, chicken feeding and pumpkin decorating.
No cash. Credit, Debit, Paypal, and Venmo.
First United Methodist Church
433 Erlanger Ave.
11am – 7pm, 7 days per week.
Steele’s Christmas Tree Farm.
56459 Dollar Rd., Angie, LA.
Steele’s is no longer operating their pumpkin patch at this time.
Brushy Branch Christmas Tree Farm
51211 Narretto Rd, Loranger, 70446
Open weekends in October. From 9:30AM-6PM.
Admission was $10/child in years past.
Hay rides, pumpkin picking, painting pumpkins, corn maze, 56x 33 jumpy, train ride, spider web climb, 3 story tower with slide!!!
Open every weekend in October! Open first weekend in November too.
Train rides will be available at $2/person. Parents with children do not have to pay admission. This is the only Northshore Patch that has a cornfield maze.
Mrs. Heather’s Pumpkin Patch.
31458 LA Hwy. 43, Albany.
Open 9AM-4PM, seven days a week.
Price is $8/child. Adults get in free. Cash only.
Many activities for the kids.
Pumpkin Patches Beyond the Northshore
Barn Hill Preserve
11342 LA-955, Ethel, LA 70730
Open Saturday and Sunday 9AM-2PM.
Admission $17/person ages three and up.
Admission includes: Tour our zoological park, Petting Zoo, Kangaroo Walkabout, Fall Games, Free small pumpkin from the patch, Tractor Rides, Face Painting, Hay Maze.
Available for additional purchase: Zip-lining at Magnolia Ridge Adventure Park, Giraffe Nurseries & Picnics, Mini Animal Encounters, New Food Trucks
Cajun Country Corn Maze
Cajun Country Corn Maze is not open for the 2022 season.
Activities include (depending on package choice: corn maze, pig races, animal petting area, slides, corn crib, pirate ship, playground area, duck races, spider web, bee train, bucking cow train, pumpkin train, jump pad.
LSU Ag Center Corn Maze
Burden Museum & Gardens, 4560 Essen Lane, Baton Rouge, LA 70809
October 2, 9, 16, 23*, 30, 10AM-5PM
Purchase tickets for your two-hour Corn Maze experience this year! Session Times: Morning: 9-11AM, Midday: Noon-2PM, Afternoon: 2:30-4:30PM. One special night session will be hosted on October 29th from 6-9PM No tickets will be sold at the gate.
$15/person. Two and under get in free.
Activities will include:
traverse the maze, meander through the sunflower fields, ride a hayride and pick satsumas with the ones you love. Other activities include climbing the hay mountain, travel through the hay maze, play in the corn crib, petting farm with Goula Paradise Farm, take a pic’ and pick-a-pumpkin in the pumpkin patch, take-home crafts, and more! Fun festival foods will be available for purchase from a variety of local vendors.
Southern Promiseland Farm and Corn Maze
1212 Raygan Ln, Kiln, MS 39556
Open on Saturdays in October 11AM-9PM.
Cash Only, Ages 3 and up, $8. Ages 2 and under FREE with paying adult
There is no smoking/E-Cigs allowed at the maze. There are no pets allowed. No costumes please.
10-Acre Corn Maze, Roping Arena, Cow Milking Simulation, Hayrides, Farm Animals, Concession, Play and picnic Area, Pumpkin Patch, Grass Maze, Cow Trains, and a one of a kind Farm Scene investigation.
More Halloween Fun
You can see our full Fall guide here–everything you need from now until Thanksgiving.
You can see the Halloween activities list here.
If you have older kids and are looking to get spooked, we have a list of haunted places and excursions happening in south Louisiana here.
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