Fall Activities in Bucks County
Fall is a beautiful time to visit New Hope and see the changing colors across the area. One of the best fall activities in Bucks County, PA is visiting nearby farms and orchards for pumpkin picking and delectable fall-themed food. Many of our Bucks County farms host special festivals and events in October in addition to the fresh produce offered year-round. Get more details on a Bucks County pumpkin patch that hosts fall festivals below.
Active Acres Farm
Active Acres Farm in Newton offers seasonal produce, flowers, and also has pumpkin patch hayrides and pick your own pumpkin events in October.
Hellerick’s Family Farm
Hellerick’s has 18 acres that they dedicate to fun and fall for the Fall Harvest Festival. You’ll find pumpkins, flowers, cider, and more at the festival. They have specialty festival events such as pumpkin rolling, tricycles for all ages, corn chute slides, and farm animal attractions. You can explore the farm market for free and pick up a pumpkin, but the activities require a general admission fee.
The Market at DelVal
The Market at DelVal offers a wide selection of fresh produce, locally made wines and locally produced milk, delicious desserts, and more. In late September and through October, they host the Fall Fun Fest with different themes each weekend. Pick your own pumpkin from the pumpkin patch, take a wagon ride, or find your way out of the giant corn maze.
None Such Farm
None Such Farm hosts an annual Pumpkin Picking & Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays in October each year. For more than 15 years , this free festival has been a local favorite with pick your own pumpkins, live bluegrass music, and hot cider.
Shady Brook Farm
Shady Brook Farm has offered locally grown produce for more than 100 years and visitors love the market, the pick your own option, and Uncle Dave’s Homemade Ice Cream! In the fall, head over to the farm for Fall Fest, complete with wagon rides, pick your own pumpkins, and barnyard animals. Admission is $10 on weekdays and $15 on weekends.
Traugers has fun open air markets and pick your own produce on-site but a highly anticipated event is the October Fest with horse drawn wagon rides, fresh kettle corn, and of course a pumpkin patch.