Whether you’re picking your own pumpkin or apples, getting lost in a corn maze, petting a goat, or taking a hay ride, our region’s farms have tons of fun activities in store for the whole family.
Andrew’s Farm Market & Winery
9365 10 Side Road, Milton | andrewsscenicacres.com
This pick-your-own farm is a great place to get your apples and pumpkins this fall, but aside from the produce, it’s an excellent destination for family fun. Don’t forget to pick up a yummy pie for dessert at the Farm Store.
Chudleigh’s Entertainment Farm
9528 Regional Road 25, Milton | chudleighs.com
Enjoy a tractor ride, visit pigs, goats, sheep, alpaca, and other animals, and enjoy the vast slides and hay bale jumps in the play area. Or, for some quiet family time, enjoy the scenic nature trail. There’s an outdoor kitchen featuring barnboard pizza’s, hard cider and more. This farm requires pre-booking.
The Apple Orchard
1668 Highway 6, Hamilton | theappleorchard.ca
With over 10,000 apple and pear trees, The Apple Orchard is a great place to pick your own fruit. There are also wagon rides, farm animals, a corn maze, retired tractors for kids to sit on, walking trails, a corn pit, and more.
Bronte Creek Provincial Park Playbarn
1219 Burloak Drive, Oakville | brontecreek.org
Located in Bronte Creek Provincial Park, this 150-year-old barn has
been transformed into a play loft for kids to climb, jump and burn off some energy.
Hanes Corn Maze
1001 Highway 5 West, Dundas | thehanescornmaze.com
This is Canada’s largest corn maze—over 20 acres of cornfields shaped into a new maze each year! Visit the farm animals on your way to the farmland play area full of swings, slides, a sandbox full of diggers, and even pedal carts. Don’t forget to visit their delicious bakery on
your way out.
7256 Bell School Line, Milton | springridgefarm.com
The farm yard includes tube slides, a spider web climber, farm animals, antique tractors, pedal tractors, farm hoppers, a singing chicken show, and a wagon ride. During Harvest Weekends (Sept 17th – Oct 30th), explore the 5-Acre Corn Trail (special admission prices apply).
By Lisa Evans