Pumpkin picking South of Boston

Pumpkin picking season is here! Here are local farms South of Boston   that offer pick your own pumpkins! Hayrides may cost extra and many of these places are cash only!   Create family memories picking  Looking for a corn maze  or apple picking   pumpkinpicking

here are the places on the South Shore that offer pumpkin picking in 2017

Sauchuk Farm:

 200 Center Street in Plympton, Massachusetts.

  On Saturdays and Sundays  through from September 16th to the end of October  from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, In addition to the popular hayrides, pick your own  pumpkins, cow train, corn cannons, and corn maze , we’ve added a giant jumping pillow, duck races, and a spider web to climb on. Corn maze and pumpkin picking will open on Sept 16th


CN  Smith:

325 South Street in East Bridgewater, (508)378-2270.

Take a hayride to the pumpkin field and pick your own on Saturdays and Sundays in October  from 11:00am–4:00pm.Pick your own is available on weekends only in October.

Nihtila Farm:

12 Nihtila Lane in Holbrook, (781)767-0213.

Nihtila Farm will be opening on Friday September 22, 2017. We will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 until dark and Monday Columbus Day. We are currently booking field trips please call Helen at 781-767-0213 for more information

Ward’s Berry Farm:

614 South Main Street in Sharon, (781) 784-3600.


Walk-in to the pumpkin patch daily from 9 AM – 4 PM

Public hayrides to pumpkin patch on weekends only
Please pay for your pumpkins when you
come back from the patch

September 16 thru October 29
and Columbus Day, Monday, October 9th

Every 15 minutes from 9 AM until 4 PM
$3.00 per person (ages 3+)
No reservations required

Beaver Brook Farm

(645 Summer St., East Bridgewater,

10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday) Pumpkin picking starts Columbus Day weekend