The leaves are turning colors, there's a new chill in the air... fall is here, and that means hot apple cider and pumpkin-flavored everything! The Baltimore area has several local farms to enjoy this time of year, whether you love getting lost in a corn maze or are looking for some fresh, homemade harvest treats. Take advantage of this beautiful time of year and head out to explore a farm and pumpkin patch near Baltimore!

Need something close by? Weber’s Cider Mill Farm in Parkville and Rodger's Farms in Greenspring Valley are excellent options, as they're less than a 30-minute drive from downtown Baltimore. See what makes each Baltimore farm special:


Photo courtesy of the Weber's Cider Mill Farm Facebook page 

Weber’s Cider Mill Farm in Parkville

For over 4 generations now, the Weber family has been growing and selling produce. Thing shave changed a bit since 1908 when their farm first started, though—now, you can find a huge variety of things to enjoy and explore! Autumn is a special time of year on the farm, and you can spend a crisp fall day going on a hayride, navigating a straw maze, checking out the Boo Barn, picking out a pumpkin, and much more. Pick up some fresh apple cider or a homemade pie to take home, too! 

Learn more about visiting Weber's Cider Mill here. 

Located at 2526 Proctor Lane Parkville, MD 21234


Photo courtesy of the Rodgers' Farm Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch Facebook page 

Rodger's Farms in Greenspring Valley

Located just northwest of Baltimore, Rodger's Farms is packed with family-friendly activities perfect for spending an entire day enjoying the bounty of harvest! Pick a pumpkin from their pumpkin patch, see their farm animals (including cows, pigs, chickens, sheep and more), get lost in the corn maze, take a hayride, and of course, stock up on fresh produce and fresh, local cider! 

Learn more about visiting Rodgers' Farms here. 

Located at 1818 Greenspring Valley Road