Amber Syed
Scene Editor

It’s the time of the year again for spooky season and pumpkin patches. There are so many great pumpkin patches to visit, a couple of them definitely stand out a little bit more than the rest.

Sunny Acres Farm, located on North Avenue in West Chicago is the place to go. The farm has a haunted hayride, fun house, haunted barn, petting zoo, and of course, great places to get Instagram pictures. The fall festival started September 14 and is open until November 3.

Kroll’s Fall Harvest Farm, located on Town Line Road in Waukegan, opened up on September 21. This farm offers a corn maze, farm animals, and a pumpkin patch. According to Patch, there is no parking or general admission fee to enter the farm, but anything you purchase at the farm requires cash.

Goebbert’s Farm and Garden Center, located on Higgins road in South Barrington, which opened on September 14. According to Patch, this farm includes a giraffe barn, a pumpkin-eating dinosaur, pony rides, camel rides, a wagon ride, and much, much more. General admission to this farm and parking is free, but prices vary for certain activities.

Goebbert’s Pumpkin Patch & Apple Orchard, located on Reinking Road in Pingree Grove, opened up this year on September 14. According to Patch this farm has many attractions including, Haunted house, kiddie play land, straw maze, singing chickens, pig family, pumpkin cannon and more. This farm offers free parking but a general admission fee that varies on the day of the week.

Johansen’s Farm, located on Boughton Road in Bolingbrook, also opened up on September 14. This farm offers attractions such as a children’s zoo and a pumpkin patch. There is no parking or general admission fee for this farm.