Thousands of pumpkins are ripe for the picking at this 101-year-old farm just outside Montreal

Oct 18 2022, 3:00 pm

If you and the squad want to fill up a car with pumpkins this fall, this farm outside of Montreal might be tough to top.

Laval’s Ferme Marineau, a pumpkin patch that has been in operation since 1921, has thousands of pumpkins and more than 15 different varieties, ripe for the picking.

The farm even gives guests a wheelbarrow in order to capture and transport as many pumpkins as they can.

The farm has an impressive selection of fall-based activities on-site including pumpkin tic-tac-toe, pumpkin bowling (which is exactly what it sounds like), a giant pumpkin house, corn maze, a petting zoo, tractor rides, and of course, food and drink.

 

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Admission costs a smooth $5.95 (free for kids under three) and U-Pick pumpkins cost between $1.50 and $13.65, based on size

The pumpkin patch is open every day until the end of October (depending on pumpkin availability) and guests are also invited to bring their own picnics.

Ferme Marineau – Pumpkin patch

 

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When: Weekends from now until the end of October
Time: 9 am Р6 pm
Where: 4356 Boulevard Dagenais Ouest, Laval
Price: $5.95

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