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Best Places You Can Go Pumpkin Picking Close To Montreal

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Best Places You Can Go Pumpkin Picking Close To Montreal

Ah yes, fall is here and you know what that means… Halloween and pumpkin carvings are just around the corner. Pumpkin picking has to be one of the best things about fall so be sure not to miss out! The list below composes of some of the closest and the best pumpkin farms in Montreal!

READ ALSO: Best Places You Can Go Apple Picking Close To Montreal

Pumpkin picking is honestly a super fun activity to do with your friends and it is also very romantic. So, get that perfect fall outfit ready and head out to one of these farms for the perfect start to fall this year! It’s fun and you can even make pumpkin pie afterwards!

1. Pick Some Pumpkins At Quinn Farm

A photo posted by GILLAN KING (@gillanking) on

2495 Perrot Blvd. S., Notre Dame de l’Île-Perrot.

Quinn Farm is one of the most popular places to get some bright orange pumpkins! They have fields full of beautiful and creepy pumpkins that are perfect for your fall and Halloween needs!

Hours:

Thursday to Sunday 10:00am to 4:00pm

Activities:

  • animal farm
  • straw castle
  • hay slide
  • tire pyramid
  • duck races
  • mini-maze and labyrinth
  • farm shop

Cost:

$5 admission + $0.35/lb per pumpkin

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2. Pick Some Pumpkins At Le Verger Labonté

A photo posted by Verger Labonté (@verger_labonte) on

2291 Boulevard Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot

For the coolest, strangest, and most odd pumpkins, this is the place to be!

Hours:

Monday to Friday 1:00pm to 6:00pm

Saturday & Sunday 9:00pm to 4:oopm

Activities:

  • three seasonal mazes for different age groups, including a horror labyrinth
  • playground
  • animal farm
  • tractor ride
  • picnic area
  • farm bistro

Cost:

Starting at $ 3.00 + $ 0.59 / lb + 2$ admission (includes wagon ride)

Additional costs for labyrinths

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3. Pick Some Pumpkins At Centre d'interprétation de la courge

A photo posted by Audrey Lanthier-lavoie (@audreylavoie) on

839 Chemin Principal, St-Joseph-du-Lac

For just the cutest pictures and the most fun, I recommend checking out Centre d'interprétation de la courge! You will leave with great pumpkins and beautiful pictures!

Hours of Operation

Monday to Sunday 9:00pm to 5:00pm

Points of Interest

  • Walking trails
  • Squash museum
  • Rustic playground
  • general store/restaurant

Cost of Admission

$3/pumpkin

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4. Pick Some Pumpkins At Verger du Flanc du Nord

A photo posted by Marie-Pier? (@marps__) on

835 Chemin Rouillard, Mont-Saint-Hilaire

For beautiful views and even more stunning pumpkins, I suggest heading out to Flanc du Nord for some pumpkin fun!

Hours:

Monday to Sunday 8:00am to 7:00pm

Activities:

  • tractor rides
  • playground
  • cider house
  • animal farm
  • treasure hunts

Cost:

Entry is free with purchase of pumpkin

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5. Pick Some Pumpkins At Vergers et Cidrerie Denis Charbonneau

A photo posted by ΣΤΕΦΑΝΥ (@stephaniebazinet) on

575 Rang de la Montagne, Mont St. Grégoire

For endless rows of pumpkins that never seem to end, I recommend this awesome little orchard that is the perfect place to find your perfect pumpkin!

Hours:

Monday to Sunday 8:00am to 7:00pm

Activities:

  • animal farm
  • playground
  • tractor and horse-drawn rides
  • crepes house

Costs:

Entry is free + purchase of pumpkin

Website

6. Pick Some Pumpkins At Petch Orchards

A photo posted by Bill Peng (@b_peng) on

431 Rt. 202 Hemmingford, Québec

For some simple pumpkin picking this is the place for you! It's quiet and a sweet farm!

Hours:

Monday to Sunday from 8:00am to 8:00pm

Activities:

  • Picnic area
  • animal farm

Cost:

Entry is free

Website

7. Pick Some Pumpkins At La Magie de la Pomme

A photo posted by Veronique (@vnallain) on

925 Rang de la Fresnière, Saint-Eustache

For baskets full of pumpkins since you just can't get enough of them, I recommend checking out the magic apple orchard that may also have magic pumpkins!

Hours:

Half day from 10:00pm to 12:00pm or 12:30pm to 2:00pm

Activities:

  • group activities
  • animal farm
  • haunted house
  • tractor ride

Cost:

Entrance is free + purchase of pumpkin

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8. Pick Some Pumpkins At  McMaze 

A photo posted by McMaze (@mcmaze_farm) on

Willy Allan Road, Civic #17049 St. Andrews West, ON

When you are looking for that unique pumpkin that you just can't find, you will be pleased to know that you will find it at McMaze!

Hours:

Monday to Saturday 11:00am to 5:00pm

Sunday 11:00am to 4:00pm

Activities:

  • mazes
  • fun farm
  • wagon rides
  • haunted house

Cost:

Weekday $10

Weekend $12

Website

9. Pick Some Pumpkin At Verger Gibouleau

A photo posted by Frédérique Bouchard (@byfrederiquebouchard) on

Verger Gibouleau, 3675 Avenue des Perron

For crates full of cute little pumpkins and fields filled with huge pumpkins, this is perfect for when you want both!

Hours:

Monday to Friday: 9 am to 7 pm

Saturday and Sunday: 9 am to 6 pm

Activities:

  • Guided tours
  • pedestrian paths in the woods
  • tractor rides

Cost:

Entry is free

Website

 10. Pick Some Pumpkins At Vergers Pierre Tremblay et fil

A photo posted by G i n g e r ? (@ginger777stricker) on

375 Rang de la Montagne, Mont-Saint-Grégoire

Be sure to plan a trip to Mont St. Gregoire for some superb pumpkins and memories that will last forever!

Hours:

Monday to Sunday from 8:00am to 8:00pm

Activities:

  • Picnic area
  • animal farm
  • pony rides and tours

Cost:

Entry is free + $9 for 10lb apple bag

Website

11. Pick Some Pumpkins At Verger Lafrance

A photo posted by Sabrina Li (@imsabrinali) on

1473 Chemin Principal, Saint-Joseph-du-Lac

Hours:

Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm

Activities:

  • picnics
  • tractor rides
  • animal farm
  • playground with Mascot Pépin la Pom

Cost:

Free entry + $10 for 10lb apple bag

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