Corn Mazes, Pumpkin Patches and Hayrides: Fall Farm Activities Near Martinsville
Fall in Virginia is one of the very best times of the year, and there’s no better time to experience the Martinsville area. If you’re ready to enjoy a few autumnal activities, you’re in luck! Whether you’re looking for local pumpkin patches or the best corn maze Virginia has to offer, we’re here to help. Check out our top spots for fall fun in Virginia:
Why buy any old pumpkin when you can pick your own in the field? If you’re still searching for that perfect pumpkin, we love to recommend Jeter Farms. The pumpkin patch and hayrides are fantastic spots to celebrate the season in style. And if you’ve got animal lovers in your group, the barnyard zoo is a wonderful place to see the animals up close.
Owen Farm is packed with so many great activities that it’s the perfect spot to go with a larger group. From the sky-high zip line to the adorable pony rides to the intricate corn maze, Virginia residents will fall in love with autumn after a day at this hidden gem.
White Fall Farm
Want to have a blast while learning all about farming? Check out the annual Pumpkin Hunt at White Fall Farm. Weave through the hay bale maze, meet the farm animals, jump in the grain pile, and enjoy a crackling bonfire as the day winds down. There are plenty of opportunities for photos, along with a pumpkin painting station to make your own keepsakes.
Martinsville Uptown Oktoberfest
Pencil in the Martinsville Uptown Oktoberfest on October 5th to learn all about German culture while enjoying classic Bavarian cuisine. This family-friendly event has been held every year for a whopping 40 years, so don’t miss out on the live music and amazing food – courtesy of some of the best restaurants in Martinsville.
Learn More About Martinsville
Whether you want to know more about Martinsville or all about autos, the folks at Gunter CDJR Martinsville are here to help. Contact us with any questions and we’d be happy to help! In the meantime, might we suggest checking out local favorites like the Virginia Museum of Natural History?