Mrs. Piper’s Pumpkin Patch in Osceola County Kicks Off First Fall Season

If you’re looking for something to do this Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Piper’s Pumpkin Patch in Osceola County is kicking off their first fall season Friday.

They have pumpkin carving, storytelling and also carnival and hay rides.

The owner previously had a pumpkin patch, but it dwindled out during the pandemic and now she hopes this new location can brink back the fun families once had.

“We wanted to have a community event for the children,” Amber Allen, Owner of Mrs. Piper’s Pumpkin Patch. “With it being fall, which is personally my favorite holiday, it’s just a lot of fun. They get to come out, they get to do activities. We have scarecrow workshops, we’re going to have pumpkin carving workshops. I get to tell them stories and just get to kind of talk to them and find out like what our community is all about and bring them in together.”

They’ll be open through October.