If you’re in the South Florida area and looking for a place to take the family to celebrate Fall, look no further than Pinto’s Farm. It’s the best pumpkin patch in Miami and the number one spot for a family fun day filled with Fall activities.
We recently spent the afternoon there and had such a great time!
*This post is sponsored by Pinto’s Farm. As always, all opinions and images are my own.
Pinot’s Farm is so much more than just a pumpkin patch. It’s a family-owned and operated farm and event destination. They host educational field trips, parties, special events and 3 big yearly festivals including the Fall Pumpkin Patch. I love supporting small business and knowing this is a family place makes it even better.
We started our visit by downloading the map off their website prior to leaving the house. My kids love maps and it was a great way to talk about the farm and plan our day beforehand. Arriving early was also a good idea. The entrance opens at 11:00 am so we got there at 10:30 am and managed to score amazing parking close to the entrance!
Save money & time by getting your tickets online here!
We started by following the trail and saw lots of perfect spots for pictures with Fall & Halloween decor. One of my favorite parts, and my son David’s as well, was the educational signs with pumpkin facts!
There’s so much to enjoy at Pinto’s Farm! Face painting, pumpkin painting, hay maze, paddle boats, tractor rides, race track are just a few of the fun things to do.
All of the activities are included with admission so it was easier to just have a good time without having to pay for every single thing while we were there.
After we made it through the hay maze, we stopped at the paddle boats. Jacob was brave enough to ride it with dad but David wanted to take in the sights with me.
Then we found the tractor ride! It was definitely something I’d never done before so I was excited and so were the boys. But it sure was bumpy! We even saw some of ponies and got a little tour of the land from the tractor.
After that it was time for the race track and playground. There are two separate race tracks, one for bigger kids and one for smaller kids. It’s a pretty big space for them to ride tractor bikes, or at least that’s what I’m calling them anyway. They look like mini tractors mixed with a bike so yep, tractor bike. It’s a thing now.
You may be thinking, where are the pumpkins right? Well, there are tons and tons of pumpkins all around property along with a fully stocked pumpkin patch. Right next to that we found a tent with hay seats. Yes, you read that right, seats made of stacks of hay! I’d never in my life sat on hay before and let me tell you it was “pinchy” & not comfortable at all. But I endured it because that’s where the Magic Show took place.
The only reason we left earlier than planned was because it started to rain a bit but otherwise we would’ve stayed longer. With so much to see and do, Pinto’s Farm is a must-do for South Florida families in the Fall. It’s got my vote as Miami’s Best Pumpkin Patch, even though it’s got so much more to offer.
A few tips to note:
- It’s muddy so wear the proper footwear. Our shoes got super dirty and we had to wash them right when we got home. It’s not a big deal but be prepared.
- There are stations along the property selling food & drinks. They take cash & card so no need to worry. However, we brought our own lunch and planned to eat it in one of the many benches available.
- Buy your tickets online and you can show your ticket right from your phone.
- Snap those pics & tag Pinto’s Farm on Instagram & Facebook!
The Pumpkin Patch is open until October 29th so get your tickets now and don’t miss out!
Here are a few extra pictures from our day!