It's time to start planning your fall adventures! No autumn would be complete without a pumpkin. From Thanksgiving to Halloween, the pumpkin is a seasonal decor essential. To get a pumpkin, you need to visit this adorable pumpkin patch near Montreal where you can pick a pumpkin and drink wine!
Just one hour from Montreal is Le Centre d'Interprétation De La Courge (which translates to The Interpretation Center of the Squash). Here, they have an incredible assortment of over 40 types of squash and pumpkins, and they let you pick your own pumpkins!
You'll want to head to this cute spot with your friends to get some amazing fall selfies with the pumpkins. In addition to picking a pumpkin, they also have live music on Sundays, tractor rides, and a delicious bistro where you can enjoy pumpkin-based dishes.
What makes Le Centre d'Interprétation De La Courge so unique is they also have a vineyard and a microbrewery. For just $5, you can taste a glass of their white, red, and rosé! You can also do a wine tasting and eat a variety of squash dishes for $22.
Best of all, visiting Le Centre d'Interprétation De La Courge is free! Everyone is welcome to tour the fields for free; you only pay if you pick a pumpkin. This local gem is a great place to visit if you're on a budget!
Because of the dry summer, Le Centre d'Interprétation De La Courge is anticipating pumpkin-picking to begin the second week of September. They recommend the two best weekends to visit are Sep. 28-29, and Oct. 5-6, 2019.
Le Centre d'Interprétation De La Courge
Price: Free admission
Address: 839 Main Road, Saint-Joseph-du-Lac, Quebec
Why You Need To Go: It's free to visit this adorable pumpkin patch! You just pay for what you pick.