Best Pumpkin Patches In Massachusetts
With Oct. 31 closing in, millions of Americans are on the hunt for the perfect pumpkin to carve this Halloween.
To help them out, BetMassachusetts.com – where you don’t have to dig for the best Massachusetts betting promos – decided to find the state’s best Pumpkin patches. Using Google Maps, we compiled a list of all the corn mazes, pumpkin patches and orchards we could find in Massachusetts. Next, we found their reviews on TripAdvisor, Yelp! and Google Reviews and averaged them all out to rank the top pumpkin patches in the state.
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Where To Find Massachusetts Pumpkin Patches
Pumpkin Farms In Massachusetts
As you can see above, Sauchuk’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch alongside Fletcher Farm are tied for the best pumpkin patch in the state where Massachusetts sports betting is heating up as the weather cools.
Located in Plympton, Sauchuk’s opened in 2007 and allows customers to pick their own pumpkins, along with a host of other activities. But the crown jewel of this 150-acre farm is its corn maze, which gets a re-design each year. This year’s theme is a tribute to the state’s agriculture industry. Past maze designs have featured Massachusetts legends like John F. Kennedy and Tom Brady.
Meanwhile, Fletcher’s Farm is on the western side of the state, in Southampton. In addition to the pumpkin patch, this family-owned dairy farm boasts over 150 cows and offers tours of their facilities. The place also has a farm stand that will be open until Dec. 24.
Just behind the top two pumpkin patches is the Ioka Valley Farm in Hancock. After you pick out your pumpkin, you can check out their sugar house to see how maple syrup gets made, or you can visit the cows and pigs. On the way out, you can leave with a pumpkin pie and some pasture-raised beef.
Tied for fourth in our rankings of the Bay State’s best pumpkin patches is Marini Farm near Ipswich, and Carver Hill Orchard, just an hour drive away for Boston residents. So if you’re out shopping for a festive part of fall while eyeing Massachusetts betting apps, they’re out there.
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