Sinkland Farms Pumpkin Festival, voted as Best Pumpkin Patch in Virginia, is celebrating its 29th year. We have plenty of Covid 19 health and safety precautions in place.
The festival has something for everyone: from hayrides to the pumpkin patch, a corn maze, pony rides, horseback trail rides, farmyard animals, live local music, kids zone, craft beer and wine sales, food trucks, ice cream, kettle corn, coffee bar, interesting demonstrations, arts and crafts vendors, pig races, kids zip line, and our Bad AXE Throw, as well as extra entertainment attractions every weekend.
Open for 6 fall weekends, starting September 26 and 27 and continuing every weekend through November 1, this is a festival NOT TO BE MISSED.
Outside all day fun and you can also purchase all your autumn décor needs. Many sizes and varieties of pumpkins, gourds, and winter squash grown on the farm for sale. New this year, come take your picture in our sunflower fields.
Sinkland Farms is the largest and longest running pumpkin festival in the region and has also been voted a BEST FARM TO VISIT, TOP 10 EPIC WEDDING VENUE in the Commonwealth and BEST FALL FESTIVAL in the region. See our website at: http://www.sinklandfarms.com.
This year we are open Thursdays and Fridays: from 4 pm to 8 pm with limited attractions and $7 entrance fee, starting October 1. Our full festival is held Saturdays: 10 am to 5 pm; Sundays: NOON to 5 pm. Admission is $10 per person, $8 for Seniors/Military/first responders, FREE for kids under 2. You may purchase tickets online which includes an extra convenience fee or buy them at the gate.
Located in Christiansburg, 2 miles off Exit 114, I-81, approximately 10 minutes from Blacksburg and Radford, 20 minutes from Salem, and 30 minutes from Roanoke.
Admission includes: Hay ride, visit through corn maze, farm animal viewing, pig races, all live music, additional entertainment, and kids zone. Note that pony and horseback rides, zipline and Bad Axe Throw costs extra.
Price: General Admission: USD 10.00
Time: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Venue: Sinkland Farms