As dog lovers we're always looking for every opportunity to have our dog’s join us on our weekend adventures as opposed to leaving them at home. With Halloween around the corner, we thought there was no better time to round up the top dog friendly pumpkin patches near Toronto!
A reminder to always keep your dog on leash at all times for both your dog and everyone’s safety.
Pingle's Farm Market
Address: 1805 Taunton Rd, Hampton, ON L0B 1J0
Pingle’s Farm has been bringing farm fresh fun to the Durham Region ever since their “barn doors” opened 34 years ago. The on-site farm market proudly offers freshly baked goods, locally grown fruits, vegetables and proteins, made-in-house entrees & other goodies, and 100% Canadian sourced grocery items.
Andrew's Scenic Gardens
Address: 9365 10 Side Rd, Milton, ON L9T 2X9
Established in 1980, Andrews Scenic Acres is 165 acres of pick your own fruits and more and is proud to be a Halton Hills local community farm. Bert and Lauraine dreamt of a farm that would attract local families to create special memories and celebrate delicious healthy food. Over the 40 years, the farm has grown to include our winery, a playground, the farm animal area and our "proud to be local" farmstore. All this nestled on the Niagara Escarpment to explore in all the changing seasons. Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, daliahs, pumpkins and squash are just a few of the delicious produce available on the farm to bring home to your table.
The Apple Orchard
Address: 1668 Hwy 6, Hamilton, ON L8N 2Z7
Experience the beautiful agriculture of rural Ontario at The Apple Orchard. The remarkable landscape features over 10,000 apple and pear trees, is host to a fun-filled farm experience for the entire family. Wagon rides, Sunflower fields, Animals, Pumpkin/Squash, Corn maze, Corn Pit, Walking trails, Hay Jump & More!
Chudleigh's Entertainment Farm
Address: 9528 Regional Rd 25, Milton, ON L9T 2X7
Chudleigh’s was inspired to see how families from nearby cities loved the taste of country life and how a sunny fall day on the farm just seemed to turn everybody into a kid. So they began inviting people to visit the farm in Milton, Ontario, in 1967. Fresh apple pie seemed like a natural way for visitors to take that memory home with them, so we soon began baking them from scratch on site. And of course there’s a large variety of pumpkins to pick from!
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We hope to see you at Pingle's Farm for Hallowoof this Sunday, October 30th for a fun and festive day with your pup!