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5 Best Farms to Visit this Fall Near Brampton

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Autumn is here, and the weather is turning–it’s getting colder, and the time for bundling up with a warm sweater in front of the fire is upon us.

It’s also time for warm drinks–such as apple cider and pumpkin spiced lattes, haunted hayrides, corn mazes, all things spooky, and of course, pumpkin picking.

Here are the top farms to visit near Brampton.

5. Albion Orchards

Located on Innis Lake Rd, Caledon, Albion Orchards has tons of squash and pumpkins that will be perfect to decorate your front porch.

Whether you’re looking for pumpkins to use for a delicious, festive soup; or you want to make a delicious pumpkin pie; or maybe you want to bake and salt the seeds for a tasty, seasonal snacks; or maybe you want to show off your artistic side and carve spooky Jack-‘o’-lantern that will scare (and impressed) all your neighbors.

5 Best Farms to Visit this Fall Near Brampton

The shop is open Wednesday through Friday 10: 00-06: 00 and 10: 00-17: 00 on Saturdays and Sundays, but you can just pick your own pumpkins 10: 00-04: 00 on weekends.

4: Forsythe Family Farms

Situated in Uxbridge Ontario, this farm has a lot of fun autumn activities for the whole family to enjoy. You can walk through the trail sunflower eight to 12 feet tall; You can test your navigation skills to the corn maze; You can visit some of the farm animals; You can go for a carriage ride; You can choose lots of fresh fruits and vegetables including strawberries, pears, raspberries, tomatoes, and of course – the pumpkin.

Forsythe Family Farms is open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

3: Andrew’s Scenic Acres

Located on Side Road in Milton, Andrew Scenic Acres offers many delicious wines to try, as well as fun activities for families to enjoy.

Every weekend in October, Andrew hosts Harvest Festival, featuring many activities including tractor rides, fall display photographs of farm animals to visit, straw mountain climbing, haunted forest to try and survive, and plenty of pumpkins to choose.

Andrew’s Harvest Festival is open on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on weekends from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

2: Downey’s Farm

Located in the heart of Lake Rd, Inglewood, Downey’s Farm offers plenty of family-friendly activities throughout the autumn.

The beginning of autumn marks the beginning of the Pumpkin Fest in Downey that offers many activities for families to enjoy: you can go for a carriage ride, enjoy some entertainment, visiting some farm animals, test your skills against eight-acre corn maze, take a bottle (or two ) of cranberry wine, and of course, pick your own pumpkins.
Downey’s Pumpkinfest is open every day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the last call for admission is 4 p.m.

1: Springridge Farm

Situated at the Bell School Line in Milton, Springridge agriculture has many activities throughout the fall for families to enjoy.

At the weekend began in late September and will be until the end of October, you can enjoy the Harvest Festival, which offers many activities for people aged two to 92. There was a puppet show professionals who perform at 11 am, 12:00, 01:00, 2: 30 pm, and 4 pm; there is a train ride that takes you to five acres of corn trail; No ride horses for an additional fee; and there is a weekend BBQ that serves hot dogs, sausages, apple chips, and special meals for children.

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