Five Spots to Visit in Kansas This Fall

Pumpkin patches and orchards in Kansas 2022

Leaves are changing, pumpkins are spicing and fall is finally here! To take full advantage of this cozy weather and gorgeous scenery, visit a Kansas orchard, farm or park. With tons of activities and plenty of autumnal treats, there’s fun for the whole family. Here are a few of our favorite fall spots to visit in Kansas. 

The Applehutch in Plains

Beyond pumpkin and apple picking, this orchard also has a large corn pit for kids — or adults! — to play in. While not in season during fall, The Applehutch also offers pear picking, so be sure to keep an eye out for their seasonal schedule.

Cost: free entry (corn pit included), additional fees for the goodies you take home. 

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Cider Hill Family Orchard in Kansas City

More than 6,000 apple trees plus more than 30 acres of land equal an expansive adventure! This orchard boasts activities like hayrides, train rides, apple picking, pumpkin patch wandering and more. 

Cost: free entry, additional fees for the goodies you take home and the rides you jump on.

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Riverside Park in Wichita

This 50-acre park is filled with trees creating a gorgeous mosaic of autumn colors as their leaves change. Stroll while admiring the scenery, set up a picnic or relax at a gazebo. 

Cost: free entry. 

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Rees Fruit Farm in Topeka 

Fresh apple cider and apple cider donuts? We don’t know how it gets any tastier! This stop is overflowing with delicious treats and affordable family fun. Might we suggest picking up a few pumpkins from their you-pick patch to carve before Halloween? 

Cost: free entry, additional fees for the goodies you take home. 

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Sunny Side Pumpkin Patch in Assaria

Hayrack rides, two crop mazes, a children’s crop maze, games and more await you and your family at Sunny Side! Whether you’re picking pumpkins or partaking in one of the many activities available, this location has something for everyone.

Cost: $1 per year of age for kids under 6 years old, $7 for everyone 7 years old and up, entry fee covers all activities; additional fees for the goodies you take home.

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From picking pumpkins to sipping apple cider, we hope you find a fun fall activity to suit your taste! If you find yourself visiting one of these spots across Kansas, tag us in your Facebook or Instagram posts so we can see the smiles. Happy fall, y’all!

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