Come to the Country!
We have the perfect rural setting just a few miles from Eufaula, Alabama. Take a step back in time when you visit Paradise Pumpkin Patch. Our farm is an interactive experience for kids from two to ninety-two! We have activities, adventure, antiques, and animals. Did we mention pumpkins?
Paradise Pumpkin Patch will be OPEN this weekend, Saturday October 13 & Sunday October 14th. Hurricane Michael did little damage and we are thankful that no animals were harmed during the storm.
Open for Fall Season on September 29, 2018
Saturdays 9am-6pm | Sundays 11am-6pm (Central Time)
Columbus Day: Monday, October 8 8am-4pm
Field Trips & Groups: Weekdays by reservation only
Each Fall, we transform the farm into Paradise Pumpkin Patch & Farm Festival, providing attractions and activities to delight kids from two to ninety-two. Work a cane mill. Try out old hand water pumps. Listen to a working windmill and browse the barn filled with antique farm equipment, animals and tack. Hop aboard a tractor-pulled hayride that will take you to the corn maze, pumpkin patch, and cotton field.
— Pumpkins —
Pick pumpkins to carve or paint, pumpkins to decorate with, or little pie pumpkins for cooking! And bring your camera for pumpkins-n-kids photos!
Admission includes ALL attractions!
Farm admission $12.50
Children under 2 are free
Seniors (65+) $10.00
Attractions: Hayride, Cow Train, Inflatable Park, Hay Bale Hill, Trackless Train, Feather Farm, Farm Playground, Giant Corn Box, Calf Roping, Cow Milking Mini Zip Line, 60 Foot Tunnel Slide, Rubber Duck Race, Jumping Pillow, Cotton Pickin’, Tractor and Tricycle Race, Obstacle Course, Pig Races, Pumpkin Painting, and Stick Horse Corral!
We accept cash or credit/debit cards for admission. No personal checks, please. We have an ATM on site.
Amenities at the Farm
We have delightful Country Store for gifts and souvenirs. Come hungry, ’cause our Farm Kitchen is the home of “finger-licking good and farm fresh”! Hotdogs, hamburgers, chicken fingers, pizza, cotton candy, popcorn, soft pretzels, boiled peanuts, chips, nacho’s, ice cream, and assorted snacks and cold drinks.
We know it gets hot in Alabama, so we’ve air-conditioned our farm restrooms.