One essential fall tradition is going to a pumpkin farm. Not only is visiting pumpkin patches in Ontario a super cheap activity, but you can also get some fantastic fall-themed photos for your social media feeds, too. Your home decor game will get a step up with the pumpkins you bring back to add some fall flavour to your space.\nHere are eight pumpkin patches in Ontario that are so worth the drive:\nBrooks Farm\nPrice: Admission price to be announced\nAddress: 122 Ashworth Road, Mount Albert, Ontario\nWhen: Sep. 7 to Oct. 27, 2019\nWhy you need to go: There are tons of things to do in the fall at Brooks Farm, like catching a pumpkin cannon show, zip-lining, visiting the pumpkin patch, and seeing cute farm animals.\nView this post on Instagram Just a couple of 🎃s . #pumpkinpatch #pumpkinpicking #brooksfarms #brooksfarms A post shared by 𝓢𝓾𝓶𝓶𝓮𝓻 𝓦 (@summerweldon_) on Oct 11, 2018 at 2:12pm PDT\nWebsite\nAbby Hill Farms\nPrice: Free admission\nAddress: 1490 Bankfield Road, Ottawa, Ontario\nWhen: Seven days a week\nWhy you need to go: They have a huge selection of pumpkins, perfect for Halloween.\nView this post on Instagram Fallin for this season 🍁🍂🎃 A post shared by A N I K A 🌸 L E U N G (@anikaleung) on Oct 15, 2018 at 4:09pm PDT\nWebsite\nDowney's Farm\nPrice: $9.73-14.16 per person\nAddress: 13682 Heart Lake Rd, Inglewood, Ontario\nWhen: Sep. 21 to Oct. 31, 2019\nWhy you need to go: Downey's Farm has a massive collection of pumpkins to pick from! While you're there, make sure to explore the eight-acre corn maze, enjoy a wagon ride, and say hi to the adorable farm animals.\nView this post on Instagram With thanksgiving weekend coming to an end, I guess it’s time to head back to the pumpkin patches 🎃😂🎃 #kiddingbutnot #happythanksgiving #sydhofffall A post shared by Sydney Hoffman (@syd.hoff) on Oct 9, 2017 at 6:51pm PDT\nWebsite\nSaunders Farm\nPrice: $22 per person to visit during the day\nAddress: 7893 Bleeks Road, Munster, Ontario\nWhen: Sep. 21 to Oct. 31, 2019\nWhy you need to go: During Saunders Farm's haunting season, there's tons of fall and Halloween activities to do!\nView this post on Instagram FIND HANGRYMEL! GO! 😱 COUNT WHICH ROW IM AT! GO! 🎃 I was contacted by @saundersfarmfun to be an ambassador, really grateful to be apart of their team this year! Click link in my bio for 10% off! Every Tuesday I get a new code and will be updating it❤️ • IM SAYING THIS OUT OF TRUE HONESTY and Saunders Farm “fright fest” was the most scary fun I’ve had in Ottawa in a very long time. These are the reasons why I loved @frightfestcan for that “scary event”. 1) the staff are trained by professional actors and did not break character. 2) the rides were scarier, which meant I screamed loud and may have wet my pants. 3) the “bug house” is a new ride which I truly enjoyed. (Btw no live animals are bugs in there) 4) their fries are bomb af and there is @beavertails_official 5) It’s a family owned farm and been supported by people like us in the community, staffed over 300+ people with no volunteers (all got paid), over 70,000 people visit the farm for the the “haunting” and the “fright fest” event and planted over 150,000 trees! • A big reason why I partnered with them, because they are a family owned company and they have been giving back to the Ottawa community and is always going to live up to their legacy. _________________________________________________________ #Ottawa #frightfest #frightfestfan #saundersfarm #halloween #pumpkinspice #pumpkinpatch #halloweenseason #fallseason #ottcity #ottawacity #narcityottawa #canada #ottawablogger #ottawalife #ottawaevents #ottawatourism #ottawastyle #ottawafood #myottawa #ottawaphoto #ottawafoodie #pumpkins #ottawaartist #ottawaphotographer #ottawamodel #falltime #falldecorations #halloweendecorations A post shared by MEL ╳ OTTAWA’S FUN FOOD BLOG (@melshangrytable) on Sep 23, 2018 at 7:37pm PDT\nWebsite\nPingle's Farm Market\nPrice: $6-8 per person\nAddress: 1805 Taunton Road East, Hampton, Ontario\nWhen: September and October\nWhy you need to go: You'll have so much fun picking your own pumpkin and getting lost in the huge corn maze at Pingle's Farm Market!\nView this post on Instagram 🎃give em p u m p k i n to laugh about🎃 #badpun #fall #halloween #candid #farm #hollah #pumpkin #duh #legsfordays A post shared by Sara Lenis (@sara.lenis) on Oct 1, 2018 at 6:31pm PDT\nWebsite\nSnyder's Farm\nPrice: $9.99-13.99 per person\nAddress: 936685 Blenheim Rd, Bright, Ontario\nWhen: September to October\nWhy you need to go: They have 100,000 pumpkins in their pumpkin patch!\nView this post on Instagram #squashgoals 🎃 A post shared by Courtney Lun (@courtneylun) on Oct 24, 2017 at 2:26pm PDT\nWebsite\nMillers Farm & Market\nPrice: Free admission\nAddress: 6158 Rideau Valley Drive, Ottawa, Ontario\nWhen: September to October\nWhy you need to go: Have the perfect fall day picking your own pumpkins, getting lost in the corn maze, and going on a tractor wagon ride with your BFF!\nView this post on Instagram finally found someone more annoying than me!!! 💓 A post shared by Lisa Huang (@lisehuang) on Nov 12, 2017 at 6:59pm PST\nWebsite\nLog Cabin Orchard\nPrice: Free admission\nAddress: 6121 Cabin Rd, Osgoode, Ontario\nWhen: September to October\nWhy you need to go: In addition to purchasing a pumpkin, you can also enjoy some fresh apple cider and go on a free wagon ride.\nView this post on Instagram pumpkin pie on the brain 🎃 A post shared by katie (@katieburtt) on Oct 24, 2018 at 12:55pm PDT\nWebsite\nThere are stories everywhere. 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