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.

Here are eight pumpkin patches in Ontario that are so worth the drive:

Brooks Farm

Price: Admission price to be announced

Address: 122 Ashworth Road, Mount Albert, Ontario

When: Sep. 7 to Oct. 27, 2019

Why 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.

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Abby Hill Farms

Price: Free admission

Address: 1490 Bankfield Road, Ottawa, Ontario

When: Seven days a week

Why you need to go: They have a huge selection of pumpkins, perfect for Halloween.

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Downey's Farm

Price: $9.73-14.16 per person

Address: 13682 Heart Lake Rd, Inglewood, Ontario

When: Sep. 21 to Oct. 31, 2019

Why 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.

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Saunders Farm

Price: $22 per person to visit during the day

Address: 7893 Bleeks Road, Munster, Ontario

When: Sep. 21 to Oct. 31, 2019

Why you need to go: During Saunders Farm's haunting season, there's tons of fall and Halloween activities to do! 

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Pingle's Farm Market

Price: $6-8 per person

Address: 1805 Taunton Road East, Hampton, Ontario

When: September and October

Why 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!

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Snyder's Farm

Price: $9.99-13.99 per person

Address: 936685 Blenheim Rd, Bright, Ontario

When: September to October

Why you need to go: They have 100,000 pumpkins in their pumpkin patch!

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Millers Farm & Market

Price: Free admission

Address: 6158 Rideau Valley Drive, Ottawa, Ontario

When: September to October

Why 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!

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Log Cabin Orchard

Price: Free admission

Address: 6121 Cabin Rd, Osgoode, Ontario

When: September to October

Why 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.

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