This post is updated for 2020. As new information becomes available, we will update.
St. Peter Parish. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus.
125, E. 19th Avenue.
Pumpkins will arrive October 10th and the patch is open daily 9:30AM to 5:30PM every day afterwards until October 31st.
A large selection of pumpkins and a family photo area.
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: Monday through Friday 10AM-6PM, Saturday and Sunday 9AM-8PM.
First United Methodist Church
Pumpkin patch is canceled this year due to covid-19.
Steele’s Christmas Tree Farm.
56459 Dollar Rd., Angie, LA.
Steele’s is no longer operating their pumpkin patch at this time.
56457 Holden Circle, Amite
At this time Liuzza Land has not announced any public fall days for 2020.
Pumpkin picking, wagon ride, pony ride, goat feeding, petting zoo, giant jumping pillow, tunnel/hill slide, corn maize, pioneer playhouses, tractor swings, Ag-Ventureland, and much more!
Mrs. Heather’s Pumpkin Patch.
31458 LA Hwy. 43, Albany.
Open 9AM-5PM, seven days a week.
Price is $8/child. Adults get in free. Cash only.
Many activities for the kids. Read our review of Mrs. Heather’s right here.
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