Belue Place Pumpkin Patch
Ages Festival is Appropriate For
Take the family to visit a working family farm in Lexington, Ala. for a bounty of fun at the Belue Place Pumpkin Patch.
Visitors are invited to the Belue Place, a working farm situated in northwestern Alabama. The Farm is opened to the public Saturdays and Sundays in October for families and the young at heart to enjoy a little bit of farm life. Children can take a hayride to the pumpkin patch and pick their very own pumpkin to take home. Other activities include a hay loft jump, cow train rides, tire mountain, horse tire swings, corn crib play area, hay tunnels to wander through, pumpkin painting and storytelling.
Animals abound at the Belue Place and may be petted by the interested or simply observed by the curious. The petting zoo inhabitants include baby goats, miniature horses, rabbits, pigs, chickens, baby chicks, ducks and guineas.
The corn maze is a relatively new addition to Belue Place. Visitors enjoy the challenge and fun exploring the maze, and ongoing games like the corn maze crossword puzzle can make the experience even more enjoyable.
The Belue Place Pumpkin Patch is open Saturdays and Sundays in the month of October. Hours are Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission is $12 per person and provides access to all areas of the pumpkin patch, which includes corn maze admission, one pumpkin per person and all activities.
How to Get There
Coming from Lexington or Southern Tennessee:
Take Highway 64 East from Lexington towards the Grassy Community.
Take County Road 49
Then right onto County Road 513.
Pumpkin Patch is about 1/2 mile down the dirt road.
From Rogersville, Alabama:
Take HWY 207 North towards Anderson.
Go through Anderson and take the 2nd road to the left pass the Fish Creel, County Road 49
Go a few miles and take the only road (dirt road) to the left, County Road 513
Pumpkin Patch is about 1/2 mile down dirt road.
$12 per person