Green Bay Area Guide to Pumpkin Patches & Apple Orchards: 2019

October is here and it’s time to get out and enjoy some apple orchards and pumpkin patches! Here’s the 2019 list with 16 family-friendly places to visit that are an hour or less from the Green Bay area. And it’s not just a list of locations–the let’s go mommy list provides you with just about everything you need to know before going including address, phone number, hours, description and costs…all in one place to make planning easier. (But, if you want a quick list, we have that, too–just check out our pumpkin patch and apple orchard guide page here.)

Most places are open through the end of October unless noted otherwise. Since it’s been a particularly wet fall, some places are not offering corn mazes this year, so check the list before you go so you know what to expect. It will be a good idea to wear rain boots or the like wherever you go and be sure to call ahead if the weather is rainy when you plan to visit in case they close or etc.

I hope you and your family find time to check out at least one of these great locations! (And if you know of any that are not listed here that should be, please let me know.) Happy Fall!!

1) Oneida Nation Apple Orchard

3976 West Mason St
Oneida, WI 54155

Distance: 22 minutes from Green Bay

Tue-Fri: 10-5:30
Sat & Sun: 9-3
Picking ends half hour prior to closing.

Pick your own apples with over 30 varieties available. The majority of apples are Macintosh, Cortlands and Honey Golds.


2) Apple Valley

1670 Mar-El Rd
De Pere, WI 54115

Distance: 23 minutes from Green Bay

Apple Picking
Mon-Sat: 9-3:30
Sun: 10-3:30

Mon-Sat: 9-4
Sun: 10-4

Animal Zoo
Mon-Fri: 9-3:30
Sat: 10-3:30
Sun: 10:30-3:30

Apple Valley has eighteen varieties of apples to choose from. (Not all varieties are available for picking.) On the weekends, enjoy a wagon-ride to the apple trees. Large outdoor open grassy/picnic area with wooden train for kids to climb in, picnic tables and fun fall cut-outs for photo ops. There is also an animal zoo the kids are sure to love. Before or after getting your apples, take a walk to see the animals. They have everything from goats, sheep, peacocks, deer, cattle and more. Admission prices for animal zoo is: $2 each for ages 13+, $1 each for kids 4-12 and FREE for kids 3 & under.

Store sells pre-picked apples as well as pies, cider, caramel apples, jams and jellies (food is sold to take-and-eat, no tables for eating in store). Also available for purchase are items for all of your fall decorating needs: pre-picked pumpkins, gourds, mums, corn cob bundles, corn stalk bundles and straw bales.

Tips: Bring your own containers (bags, buckets, pails, etc) for pick-your-own apples. Stop at the store for directions before going out to pick your apples.

Orchard: FREE (plus cost of apples)
Animal Zoo: Ages 13+ $2 each, Kids 4-12 $1 each, Kids 3 & under FREE

3) Berryland

5687 Steinkraus Lane
Abrams, WI 54101

Directions Note: Abrams Exit 185—located on East Frontage Road, just north of McDonalds at the Farmhouse Ice Cream Parlor.

Distance: 30 minutes from Green Bay

Mon-Sun: 9-5:30 through October 31st

Munchkin Maze, Ducky Derby, Pony Hops, Face Painting, Giant Bale Fort, Corn Box & Game Tent. Geared toward younger kids. Kid-friendly haunted hayrides every Sat & Sun (weather permitting) beginning last weekend in Sept from 10-4. Cost for hayride is $7/per person, which includes a “pick-your-own pumpkin” from the pumpkin patch.

Optional Hayride: $7/per person

4) Mulberry Lane Farm

W3190 Co Rd B
Hilbert, WI 54129

Distance: 45 minutes from Green Bay

Open through October 31st
Mon-Wed: 10-3 (last admission at 1)
Thur-Fri: 10-5 (last admission at 3)
Sat-Sun: 9:30-6 (last admission at 4)
Note: Visit website or call for daily hours; hours may vary day-to-day. Hours subject to weather (check website or call to confirm if unsure); also farm closes 2 hours after last family arrives, so they may close early based on attendance…example: if last family arrives at 1:30, farm would close 2 hours later at 3:30.

On weekdays, enjoy a guided, 45-minute tour of the farm that includes a chance to milk a cow, catch a chicken, kiss a pig, cuddle a kitten, feed the goats and sheep, ride a pony and enjoy a hayride to the pumpkin patch to pick your own pumpkin!! There is also an old-fashioned play area where kids can climb on and through huge tractor tires. On fall weekends, tour the farm at your own pace on a self-guided tour.

Carry-ins are welcome, so you can pack a lunch to eat at the picnic area on the grounds or you can purchase food or drinks at the concession stand in the barn are caramel apples, hot dogs, walking tacos, chili, chocolate chip cookies and hot apple cider and hot chocolate!

$13 per person over age 2
kids under age 2 FREE

5) Polly’s Pumpkins

N4367 Highway 57
Chilton, WI 53014

Distance: 48 minutes from Green Bay

Open through October 31st
Mon-Thur: 9-5:30
Fri-Sat: 9-9
Sun: 9-6

Pick out your pumpkins and enjoy tons of fall fun in the activity area or the 15-acre corn maze. You can also visit Polly’s Pets in the barnyard. Stop in at Polly’s Country Store for fresh-baked pies (dutch apple, strawberry rhubarb, cherry, pumpkin and more), delicious caramel apples, snacks, soda and water. A variety of sandwiches will also be available for purchase on weekends.

Activity Area: Try out the hay bale climb, duck races, 40-ft slide, pumpkin bowling, rope maze and hillbilly downs– then visit the barnyard animals including goats, cows, pigs, rabbits and ducks. Activity area admission is included with any maze admission OR you can give a donation if you are not doing a maze.

Corn maze: The 2019 maze is 15 acres of fun with two different mazes, and two different games for one price! Cost is FREE for kids 4 & under, $6 each for ages 5-12, $8 each for ages 13+ for daytime maze. Cost of maze includes admission to the activity area. You can also explore the mazes at night on Fridays & Saturdays–add $1 for night maze. Maze takes about 1.5 hour to complete. Maze could be muddy, so dress accordingly. Kids under 13 are not allowed in the maze without an adult. Maze & shop do not close until everyone is out of the maze.
Maze #1: There are 17 checkpoints hidden throughout the maze. Uniquely shaped paper punches await the players at each station. Players search the field to find all of these stations and punch your card as proof of completing the game. The challenge is to get all the punches but is not required.

Maze #2: Adventures of Dottie continues this year. This maze is geared for younger kids. It’s easier to navigate and we have Dottie’s friends marked on your map, so you can find them easier!

Corn Cannons: Have fun launching corn cobs at targets for prizes, and if you make it in the barrel, win $50. Cost is 1 cob for $1, 4 cobs for $3 or 8 cobs for $5. Cash only.

On Saturdays & Sundays enjoy tractor-drawn wagon rides to the pumpkin patch from 10-4:30. Cost is $2 each for wagon ride and then you can decide if you would like to pick pumpkins for $3 each (any size). Cash only.

Optional corn maze, corn cannons & wagon rides—see above pricing.
Coupons available online here

6) Meuer Farm

N2564 Highway 151
Chilton, WI 53014

Distance: 60 minutes from Green Bay

Open on Fri & Sat through October 26th
Fri & Sat: 10-5

Fun fall activities for people of all ages. Hayrides are 45-minute rides along 2 miles of trails. No maze for 2019 due to all the rain. Activity area for kids with an 80’ tube slide, duck races, corn box, straw fort and animal area. (Kids under age 10 must be accompanied by an adult in activity area.) Pick-your-own pumpkin patch. Take a ride to the patch in the pumpkin tram. Pre-picked pumpkins also available. Beverages (water and soda) available for purchase. You can bring your own food for a picnic lunch if desired.

General Admission: $5 each ages 12 & under, $8 each ages 13 & up
Includes hayride & kids activity area. Pumpkins sold separately.

7) Star Orchard

253 County Rd CE
Kaukauna, WI 54130

Directions Note: About 4 miles east of Kaukauna High School

Distance: 38 minutes from Green Bay

Mon-Fri: 9-6
Sat: 9-5
Sun: 10-5

Pick-your-own apple orchard with over 20 varieties of apples on 55 acres. Choose from U-pick or pre-picked apples. The Orchard Store also sells all sorts of treats from honey, jams, jellies and syrup to salsa, salad dressings, mustards, apple cider and caramel apples.

Tip: Don’t forget to bring a few containers or bags for picking.


8) Porter’s Pumpkin Patch

W4314 State Hwy 156
Bonduel, WI 54107

Distance: 39 minutes from Green Bay

Open through October 29th
Sat-Sun: 10-4 (weather permitting)

Many fun activities to choose from in the “Little Pumpkin Village”: Scenic, relaxing wagon hay ride ($4), Scarecrow Scavenger Spectacular in 8-acre corn maze ($4), corn cob chuck ($4 per bucket), mini pumpkin painting ($5), scarecrow making ($8) plus old-fashioned water pump races, tug-o-war, pumpkin checkers, pumpkin bowling, pumpkin tic-tac-toe, pumpkin twister, pumpkin toss, round bale hay play, antler toss, rat racers, log walk, gunny sack races and building block bonanza.

The Farm Store will be stocked with squash, ornamental corn, straw bales, corn stalk bundles and all sizes of pumpkins. Pumpkins range in price from $1 (mini) to $10 (huge). Drinks including apple cider, hot chocolate, coffee, water and soda will be available for purchase. Patch Cafe serving food from 12-2.

2 options (kids 2 & under always FREE):

1) FREE (just pay for pumpkins and/or any activities you choose to do as you go, prices in above description)

2) Little Pumpkin Village Wristband: $15 per person

9) Hofacker’s Hillside Orchard

W3964 Wege Rd
Appleton, WI 54913

Directions note: located between Green Bay and Appleton in the Town of Center

Distance: 38 minutes from Green Bay

Mon-Fri: 9-6
Sat: 9-5
Sun: 10-5

Have fun picking your own apples or buy pre-picked if you prefer. Also available for purchase are: cider, jams, caramel apples, popcorn, pickles, honey, maple syrup, corn stalks, straw bales, gourds, pre-picked pumpkins and more. No mazes this year due to wet weather. Four-wheeler rides on weekends $5 per person with a 5# bag for picking apples. Orchard tours available on weekdays if scheduled in advance for $5/person with 5# bag to pick apples on weekdays (weather permitting)! New this year–Haymow zipline open on weekends for kids ages 5 and up!

FREE for apple picking
$5 per person for orchard tours with 5# bag for apples

10) Delzer’s Pumpkin Farm (FINAL SEASON!)

9581 Delzer Circle
Oconto Falls, WI 54154

Directions Note: Due to bridge construction on Hwy 32, take the Krakow detour

Distance: 46 minutes from Green Bay

Open through October 27th
Sat-Sun: 11-4

2019 will be their last season and you won’t want to miss it! Enjoy some fall fun with haunted hayrides, corn mazes, an animal petting zoo, foods & crafts, a haunted granary, face painting and plenty of pumpkins! Kids can also have fun playing on the train cart ride in the yard. If you’re hungry (the kids always are) there will be a concession stand selling hot dogs, chili, nachos, popcorn, cookies, hot cider, hot chocolate and more with tables and chairs where you can eat. Large selection/variety of sizes of pumpkins available for purchase.

$7/ticket (includes 4 activity punches: hayrides are 2 punches, all others are 1 punch)
Kids under 2 are FREE

11) Blaser’s Acres

2556 School Lane
Suamico, WI  54313

Distance: About 10 minutes from Green Bay

Open daily 9-6/dusk through October 31st

Blaser’s Acres features a pumpkin patch, hay ride, corn maze and kids zone along with regular produce and fall items for sale! Each year they turn their corn field into a designed maze that is open daily during September and October (may close due to inclement weather). The kids zone is free and includes a petting zoo, mini putt-putt course and pumpkin slingshot. Corn maze (daily) and hayride (weekends only) are additional cost, see below for pricing.

Corn Maze: $4 per person
Hayride: $4 per person
Corn Maze & Hayride Combo: $7 per person

12) Peter’s Pumpkin Patch

N181 State Hwy 55
Kaukauna, WI  54130

Distance: About 30 minutes from Green Bay

Open through October 31st (unless they sell out before then!)
Mon-Fri: 12-6
Sat-Sun: 10-6

Peter’s Pumpkin Patch offers pre-picked and PYO pumpkins. They offer a large selection of pumpkins, specialty pumpkins, squash and gourds, hay bales in 2 sizes, corn stalks and Indian corn. Homemade jams, pickles and honey are also available!

FREE (Large variety of pumpkins and fall items available for purchase.)

13) Sprangers Orchard

W2100 County Rd KK
Kaukauna, WI  54130

Distance: About 30 minutes from Green Bay

Daily 9-5

Sprangers Orchard offers pick-your-own or pre-picked apples and pumpkins. Many apple varieties available including Honey Gold, Macintosh, Cortland, Gala, Autumn Crisp, Willis, Wolf River and more. Homemade jams, honey, maple syrup, apple cider, caramel apples, caramel coating and pears also available! Fall products including pumpkins, corn shocks, straw bales and squash also available for purchase.

FREE (Large variety of pumpkins, apples and fall items available for purchase.)

14) Cuff Farms

N2299 Ledge Hill Rd
Hortonville, WI  54944

Distance: About 50 minutes from Green Bay

Open through October 27th
Thur-Sun: 10-5
Family Weekend (10/19 & 10/20): 10-6

You and your family can spend the day playing on the farm for free! They have a picnic area in the barn along with a corn pool that the little ones will love. They have a large corn maze, small bale maze, straw slides, a combine slide, a duck racer, and rock n’ rollers. Every year they try to add something new. It’s fun for the whole family! Plus, they offer wagon rides out to their pumpkin patch to pick your own pumpkins, gourds and colored corn. On Thursday, wagon rides leave at 10:30, 12, 1:30, 3 and 4:30. On Saturday and Sunday they run continuously.

In the shed you can find items for sales including pumpkins, gourds, corn, canned pickles, jams, honey, maple syrup, concession food, fall crafts and more. (There will be a limited food items available on Thursdays and Fridays.)

If you are planning a visit be sure to bring sunscreen, bug spray, and wear sturdy shoes or rain boots. Dress appropriately for the weather and fun farm activities!  They have port-a-potties and NO heated or air conditioned buildings.

Family Weekend has some additional special activities including NLHS FFA petting zoo & food trucks.

Optional Pumpkin Picking Wagon Ride: $8 per person on Thur/Fri or $10 per person on Sat/Sun (2 & under FREE). Cost includes 1 large pumpkin, 2 mini pumpkins, 2 gourds and 2 colored corn.

15) The Little Farmer

N9438 US Highway 151
Malone, WI  53049

Distance: About 60 minutes from Green Bay

Corn Maze & Hay Rides through October 31st, stores open through late November
Mon-Fri: 8-6
Sat-Sun: 10-6 (Hayrides 11-4PM)

The Little Farmer’s mission is to provide you with the experience of a rural farm – a return to the land and your roots. When you visit you will sense the great pride they have in providing you with fresh produce, bakery, caramel apples, fall colors and products. Lifetime family memories start at one of the area’s oldest farms.

All pumpkins are sold by their size using “size rings”. There are 6 different sizes. You are encouraged to measure your pumpkin using the rings which are located around the farm buildings and near the fields. You can pick the pumpkins yourself or buy pre-picked.

They offer a corn maze for $3.25 per person. It is a little over 6 acres and takes about 20 minutes. If you have time, you can help figure out who stole the pie from the Bakers! It’s a fun little game to help your kids learn about animal tracks. There is also a playground which is $1 per person. Most of the playground is for small children and toddlers. Older children can enjoy it as well, but grown kids don’t fit on the tricycles. Some of the things you’ll find here are the straw mountain which is for kids of all ages, straw maze for little ones, trike path for little tikes on trikes, swings and tepees. There is also a Pedal Cart Track next to the playground which is fun for all ages!!

Visit the barnyard and find goats, Scottish Highland Cattle, sheep, peafowl and chickens. Kids can feed the goats with goat pellets for 25 cents per hand.

Hayrides are on weekends through October from 11-4PM. Each ride lasts about 25 minutes and costs $4.40 per person. Babies in arms are free. (All rides are weather dependent.)

They also have an apple orchard and offer pick-your-own apples. On weekends you can hitch a ride (for free) to the orchard from 10-4 on the hayride. U-pick bags must be pre-purchased from a register; you may not bring your own containers for picking or reuse bags from a previous visit.

Concessions are available on weekends from local community groups. A different group will come in each weekend and grill up some food at the Brat Fry. The money they earn will go towards their groups to help out the community. Cash only.

Optional Activities: Corn Maze $3.25 each+tax, Playground $1 each, Hayrides $4.40 each+tax

16) Misty Ridge Orchard* (just added)

N5126 Advent Rd
De Pere, WI  54115

Distance: About 25 minutes from Green Bay

Sat: 9-4
Sun: 10-4

Opened in 2018, Misty Ridge Orchard offers pre-picked apples, apple cider, caramel apples, apple pie, honey, maple syrup and freshly made cider donuts available for purchase. Pick-your-own apples will be available in a few years when their newly planted apple trees are producing apples. There is play area/swing set for kids and a nice cafe area with a TV so you can sit inside and enjoy your treats if you would like.


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