Still Haven’t Picked Your Pumpkin? Try One of These Farms

By: Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers | October 18, 2017
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Pumpkin carving is one of the best family activities to do in the fall. Before you can do that, however, you need to go pumpkin picking. Lucky for you, southeast Michigan has plenty of orchards and farms that offer great pumpkins for carving. Here are six to check out.

Three Cedars Farm

Hayrides, train rides, pumpkins, and more await you and your family at Three Cedars Farm in Northville. We’ve had the opportunity to visit the farm, check out the video above!

Long Family Orchard, Farm, & Cider Mill

Long Family Orchard, Farm, & Cider Mill is a great place to spend a fall afternoon if you are in the mood for cider, doughnuts, and of course, pumpkins.

Blake’s Orchard and Cider Mill

One of the more popular options in the area, Blake’s Orchard and Cider Mill takes you on a hayride out to the pumpkin patch to pick from the very best pumpkins.

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Farmer Charley’s Kackleberry Farm

Along with corn mazes, pig races, bonfires, and plenty of other fall time activities, families can take a ride to Nana’s Pumpkin Patch at Farmer Charley’s Kackleberry Farm in Monroe. With over seven acres of pumpkin covered grounds, there are plenty of quality pumpkins for your family to choose from.

Bennett Orchard

For more than 50 years, Bennett Orchard has been a solid option for families and their pumpkin needs. The orchard has a wonderful U-Pick pumpkin patch.

Plymouth Orchards

By hitching a ride on the wagon up to the pumpkin patch at Plymouth Orchards, you and your family are guaranteed to find the kind of pumpkin you are looking for. The mill is open seven days a week for your pumpkin picking needs.