Fall Fun in East TN


You know it’s October when everything comes flavored with pumpkin spice and when pumpkins and scarecrows populate the stores. Below are seven East Tennessee farms to visit for a homegrown pumpkin, a corn maze, a hayride and lots of other fun, too! Before October’s gone, make a day A-MAZE-ING!

Oakes Farm, Corryton

The family fun includes a corn maze, pumpkin patch, animal exhibit, giant slide, giant sand play area and more. Plus decorative items for sale as well as crafts and honey. Open Thursdays through Sundays through October, plus Oct. 11-13. 

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Kyker Farms Corn Maze, Sevierville

Corn mazes, hayrides, pumpkin patch and more. Open Thursdays through Sundays. 

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Echo Valley Corn Maze, Jefferson City

Enjoy mazes, a hayride with free pumpkin, playground, discovery barn, niblet train and animal feed. Wednesdays through Sundays. 

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Narramore Farms, Kingston

Head west for Narramore’s pumpkin patch and corn maze, plus concessions, on Saturdays and Sundays in October. 

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Deep Well Farm, Lenoir City

Corn maze, pumpkin patch and hayride, with games and farm animals. Thursdays through Sundays in October. 

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Maple Lane Farms, Greenback

Maple Lane’s daytime corn maze turns haunted at night on Oct. 22-31. Until then, there’s also hayrides to the pumpkin patch, vendors, campfire, food vendors and games. Fridays through Sundays in October. 

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Ballinger Farms, Jefferson City

Get lost in Ballinger Farms’ complicated Crazy Maze and pumpkin patch. Fridays through Sundays.

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