Nothing says Fall like visiting a pumpkin patch and picking the perfect pumpkin to decorate for Halloween in New Orleans! Here are a list of pumpkin patches in New Orleans sponsored by Linda Lea Photography
Pumpkin Patches in Jefferson Parish:
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church:
September 22nd through October 31st you can pick a pumpkin and take photos in a decorated area! Open Monday through Friday from 3-6pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10am-6:30pm. Located at 2216 Metairie Rd.
Lafreniere Park and Plum Street Snowballs:
Opens October 4th and runs through October 31st you can pick a pumpkin and get a snowball treat! Pumpkins range from $1-$30. Open Tuesday through Friday from 2 pm – dusk and Saturday from 11am – dusk. Located inside the splash pad in Lafreniere Park.
St. Augustine Church:
Pumpkins arrive in Early October. Hours for the pumpkin patch vary with weather and lengthen as the month progresses. Call the church for more information 504-887-4801. Located on the corner of Haring and Green Acres
Pumpkin Patches in New Orleans
St. Paul’s Episcopal School:
October 12th through October 31st, you can pick the perfect pumpkin and take pictures! Open Monday through Friday from noon-6pm and Sunday from 10am-6pm. Located at the corner of Canal Blvd and Harrison Ave.
First Presbyterian Church of New Orleans:
The pumpkins arrive October 7th more details TBA.
Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes In Southeast Louisiana
These pumpkin patches are a little further away but they are worth the drive to visit and have a day of family fun!
September 28th through November 8th, children can pick a pumpkin, visit with farm animals, get their faces painted, zip line and more. Open Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm and Saturday from 10am-5pm. Located at 11215 Lee’s Lane, Hammond. Cost is $7 per child.
Corn Maze at the LSU Ag Center
Saturdays in October starting October 5th from 10am-5pm. Corn maze, farm animals, hay rides, pumpkin decorating and more. Admission is $10 per person for ages 10 and up, ages 10 and under are FREE. Learn More
Cajun Country Corn Maze
October 5th through 24th – Friday 5pm-11pm, Saturday 9am-11pm and Sunday 11am-6pm with haunted mazes on Friday and Saturday Nights. Admission starts at $11 per person, ages 3 and under are free. Learn More
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About Our Sponsors: Linda Lea Photography
Linda Lea Photography, located on the Northshore, specializes in maternity, newborn, baby’s first year, children and families. Our style is timeless with hints of vintage, shabby chic, and a lil southern charm mixed in. From the moment you walk in our studio you know you will be taken care of like family.
We are a full service studio starting with a personal consultation to determine our clients wishes and vision all the way to the delivery of your heirloom products that you have so carefully chosen. Linda Lea Photography stays current on any and all posing and safety techniques.
The lady behind the lens, Linda Duhon, was born and raised on the Northshore where she currently resides after graduating from SLU in 2005. Linda is a “boy mom,” wife, animal snuggler, baby whisperer, Netflix binge-er, lover of light and all things photography. It is her absolute goal to create the best images and offer the best products to preserve your mark in your family’s history.