Nashville Octobers make us want to frolic through pumpkin patches in slow motion. Is there anything better than fall in Music City? Nope! And one of the best ways to experience all the fall things? Visiting one of the many farms in and around Nashville! We’ve got your list below of the best places to enjoy hayrides, corn mazes, pumpkin patches, and more!
The fall fun is endless at Lucky Ladd Farms and we’re especially fond of their corn maze! It’s been named the “#1 Corn Maze in Tennessee” and it’s easy to see why. The miles of winding paths through the cornfield have games and activities to participate in along the way. The design of the maze is also an ode to the Lion King (check out their website for an aerial view). In addition to the corn maze fun, Lucky Ladd Farms has something for everyone: pumpkin patch, pony rides, farm park activities, and so much more.
Enjoy a 10-acre corn maze with all kinds of crazy twists and turns at Shuckles in Greenbrier! They’ve also got hayrides, bonfires, farm activities, and even a magician! Award-winning entertainer and magician, Bruce Amato, will perform his World of Magic & Fun Show three times a day on Saturdays and Sundays.
Pumpkin Hill has been providing fall family fun for 25 years in Mt. Juliet! It’s a family-run 200-acre working farm but it’s open to the public on the weekends for all the fall fun. From a corn maze to hayrides to bonfires to Instagram-worthy hay bale creations, Pumpkin Hill has it all!
For more than 20 years, Gentry’s Farm has been offering fall family fun to folks in Franklin. Their four-acre corn maze is a hit as well as their endless farm games and activities. The kids will love the farm animals and hands-on activities in the barn.
If you’re feeling brave, Millers Thrillers will give you a bit of a scarier fall experience. How about an hour long stroll through some haunted woods with creatures waiting around the corner for you. We should note this is NOT for children 10 and under. Now, how about a zombie paintball hayride? Protect your crew and shoot the invading zombies. The hayride is for ages 8 and up. Also, anyone under the age of 16 must have an adult with them for either attraction.
Get ready for lots of fall adventures at Honeysuckle Hill Farm! Not only do they have the quintessential pumpkin patches and corn mazes, they also have a bungee trampoline, zip lines, and a 35 foot climbing wall!
Come pick your own pumpkin! Kellers Corny Country in Dickson has tons of farm activities for the whole family! From rides to games, your kids are sure to have the time of their life! One of the most popular attractions at Kellers this year is their barn show! Don’t miss it!
Jump on a wagon at Cedarwood Farms and take a ride out to the patch to pick your own pumpkin! Then stick around for all of the fall fun. From tire swings to a petting zoo to a pumpkin train, Cedarwood has some seriously creative farm fun!
From hay rides to a pumpkin train, there’s a lot of fall fun to be had at Walden Farm in Smyrna! Your little ones will also want to get their faces painted.. and don’t leave without a pick your own pumpkin!
Pumpkins on pumpkins on pumpkins! Boyd’s has an awesome selection plus their corn maze is always a huge hit. It’s no surprise Boyd’s is a Clarksville family tradition; they’ve been around for 35 years!