It's not all about chunky knits and crunchy leaves: Fall is the prime time for pumpkins. Here are a few D.C.-area pumpkin patches to visit in the new season.
Great Country Farms
This spot in Loudoun County, Virginia, has pick-your-own pumpkins and apples through the month of October. The farm’s market sells local honey, jams and freshly baked goods, and the concession stand serves cider doughnuts and made-to-order flat bread pizzas.
Pro tip: Dirt Farm Brewing is just across the street. The local brewery makes its beers with produce grown at Great Country Farms. Read more about Dirt Farm Brewing on wtop.com. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)
WASHINGTON — It’s not all about chunky knits and crunchy leaves: Fall is the prime time for pumpkins.
And, in the D.C. area, there’s no shortage of farms and orchards with pick-your-own patches and harvest festivals to usher in the season. Here are a few to visit this fall.
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