Baton rouge pumpkin patch 2020

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Corn Maze | LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens

Corn Maze Saturdays

October 2, 9, 16, 23*, 30  | 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

Purchase tickets for your two-hour Corn Maze experience this year!

Session Times:

Morning: 10 a.m. - noon

Midday: 12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Afternoon: 3 - 5 p.m. 

Admission is $15 per person and free for children two and younger. Tickets are pre-sale only, and will not be offered at the gate. All ages must have a ticket to enter. Tickets are limited.

To ensure the safety and well-being of all attendees, this year's Corn Maze will operate with careful social distancing guidelines in place. Each Saturday offers multiple sessions to choose from with a 30-minute gap between each session to allow for cleaning. 

Become a member! Members of the Friends of LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens with a Family/Dual membership or above receive a pass for up to four people to attend one Corn Maze session at no cost. Register for your free tickets.

Activities will include:

  • Corn Maze
  • Sunflower Fields 
  • Pumpkin Patch 
  • Petting Farm 
  • Corn Crib
  • Hayride
  • Satsuma picking
  • Antique Tractors
  • Hay Mountain
  • Mini Hay Maze
  • Take home crafts
  • Picnic Area with local food vendors

*Corn Maze closes at 2:30 p.m. on Oct. 23.

children sitting on hay bales at corn maze.

As our guests, we ask that you:

  • Abide by social distancing and sanitary guidelines set forth by our state and Parish officials.
  • Wear a mask when you are within 6 feet of the other guests and staff. 
  • Stay 10 feet or more away from other guests when you are not wearing a mask.
  • Come and enjoy the Corn Maze, ONLY IF YOU ARE WELL. 
  • Stay home if you have been exposed to COVID-19 recently or have symptoms of COVID-19, including:
    • Fever
    • Cough
    • Shortness of breath
Little kids picking satsumas

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Month-long pumpkin patch opens in Prairieville Monday

BATON ROUGE, La (BRPROUD) – Get your carving knives ready! A pumpkin patch in Ascension Parish will open for the whole month of October.

NewSong Community Church is holding a pumpkin patch with pumpkins of various sizes and shapes. The patch also features different types of flowering plants such as cucumbers, squash and melons from the Navajo Indians in Northern New Mexico that will be available for purchasing.

United Methodist Children’s Home will be selling jellies. Families will have multiple options for photography at the patch along with a photo booth. NewSong Community Church says that there be no paid photography.

On the weekends, free hayrides will be available.

All proceeds go to NewSong Church missions.

The patch is located at the corner of Old Perkins Rd. E and Bluff Rd. in Prairieville, La. The days and times are listed below:

  • Monday through Friday from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m.
  • Saturday’s from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
  • Sunday’s from noon until 6 p.m.

NewSong Community Church will also host a free Fall Festival with live music, hayrides, games food painting and more on Saturday, Oct. 30 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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Baton Rouge Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze Guide

While this year may look different, there is still much to look forward to… we get a taste of cooler days, pumpkins, cute costumes, and a few fun events. We have compiled our list of fun fall pumpkin patches & corn mazes! Don’t miss our favorite spots around the Red Stick to find your perfect pumpkin, create some fall family memories, and take a hayride or two. As with previous years, we have included events and activities taking place in Baton Rouge and beyond.

This post will be updated as new events are listed; check back for more Baton Rouge Family Fun!

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Baton rouge Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch

While every effort has been made to ensure this information is accurate, we encourage you to contact the patch directly to verify that all details are correct and have not changed. If you have information on a Pumpkin Patch or corn maze that we missed, please let us know!

Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze Guide

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Corn Maze at Burden

Corn Maze Saturday

A 2-HOUR Corn Maze experience will allow you to traverse the maze, meander through the sunflower fields, ride a hayride and pick satsumas with the ones you love. Other activities include climbing the hay mountain, petting farm with Goula Paradise Farm, make your way through the mini hay maze, take a pic’ and pick-a-pumpkin in the pumpkin patch, and more!

WHEN: October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30  | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

WHERE: Burden Museum & Gardens 4560 Essen Lane

Morning: 10 a.m. – noon
Midday: 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Afternoon: 3 – 5 p.m.

ADMISSION:$15 per person and free for children two and younger. This year’s tickets are pre-sale only and will not be offered at the gate. All ages must have a ticket to enter. Tickets are limited.

Visit the Botanic Gardens website for ticketing and more info!

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Jefferson United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch

Family fun in a safe environment. The Pumpkin Patch is the largest mission project at JUMC – there will also be photos ops for the family. All net proceeds are distributed to local missions, plus help fund the youth mission trip. Last year they were able to donate thousands of dollars – all because of the volunteers willing to work the patch. Plus, with the Kick-Off event, new people can experience JUMC.

WHEN: Starts October 8th

WHERE: 10328 Jefferson Highway, Baton Rouge, LA 70809  Back of Lot.

Weekdays 11 AM TO 6 pm
Saturday 9 AM TO 6 pm
Sunday 12 PM TO 6 PM

ADMISSION: Free – pay for your pumpkin

Pop-up Pink Pumpkin Patch at Baton Rouge General

The pop-up pink pumpkin patch is coming! Visit Baton Rouge General Medical Center to get your free pumpkin – one per person – while pumpkins last! Two locations this year… and be sure to get your #Protectyourpumpkins T-shirt!!


WHERE: Mid City Campus 3600 Florida Blvd. and Bluebonnet Campus 8585 Picardy Ave.

COST: Entry and pumpkins are free. “Protect your pumpkins” T-shirts will be available for purchase. Proceeds go toward Pennington Cancer Center.

Hallow Jack’s Pumpkin Patch

This quaint, secret patch is getting set up and is now open to the public! Located off of Magnolia Beach in Denham, it’s the perfect spot for a fall photo backdrop. It’s not a pumpkin patch per se, but it’s everything you want in a “pumpkin patch.” Adorable photo ops, great quality in fancy pumpkins, carving tools, seasonal flowers, festive T-shirts, and fall decor. 
🎃 WHERE: 6834 Magnolia Bridge Road Denham Springs, LA 70726
🎃 HOURS: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Ascension Parish

NewSong Church Pumpkin Patch & Fall Festival

Baton Rouge Pumpkin Patch

The NewSong On Old Perkins Road Road Road Community Church pumpkin patch, at the corner of Old Perkins and Bluff Road in Prairieville, will be open Monday, October 4th through Saturday, October 31st.
🎃 Pumpkins of all shapes and sizes, as well as various types of gourds from the Navajo Tribe in Northern New Mexico, will be available for purchase.
🎃 Jellies and salsas from the United Methodist Children’s Home will be for sale.
🎃 There will be a photo booth and other photo opportunities around the patch (no paid photography!).
🎃 Free hayrides are available on the weekends.
🎃 Morning field trips for area schools include storytime, hayrides, crafts, and pie-sized pumpkins. All proceeds go to church missions.
🎃 NewSong will also host a FREE Fall Festival on Saturday, October 30th, from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Live music, hayrides, delicious food, face painting, inflatables, games, crafts, and more.

WHEN: Monday, October 4th through Saturday, October 31st.

WHERE: 18465 Old Perkins Rd, Prairieville, LA 70769

Monday – Friday Hours are 2 pm – 6 pm
Saturdays – 10am – 6pm
Sundays – 12pm – 6pm

ADMISSION: Free – pay for your pumpkin

Livingston Parish

Mrs. Heather's Pumpkin Patch

Mrs. Heather’s Pumpkin and Strawberry Patch

See our full review of Mrs. Heather’s Pumpkin Patch and what to expect.

Pick a Pumpkin from the field – Activities include zipline, Jumping Pillow, Tunnel Slide, Face Painting, Duck Racing, Pedal Tractors, See Cotton, Growing, Hay Maze Milk a Cow Roll Down the Hill Catch Mrs. Heather telling how pumpkins grow Merry go round Play Horse Shoes Nature Trail Lots of places to take pictures Weigh & Measure your pumpkin, Bring a Picnic Lunch, Paint a pumpkin (weekends only)

WHEN: September 26 – November 8

WHERE: 31458 La 43 Hwy, Albany, LA 70711. Phone: 225-567-3493

Daily 9:00am – 5:00pm

ADMISSION: Kids (newborn & up): $8 per child  Adults: Free – Cash Only

Faith Crossing UMC Pumpkin Patch


East Feliciana Parish

Barn Hill Preserve Pumpkin Patch 

Barn Hill Preserve pumpkin patch

Barn Hill Preserve’s pumpkin patch will be going on every weekend in October! Guests will participate in fun Fall related activities and get to experience the beauty of the preserve. They will have activities ranging from animal shows, hayrides, and mini animal encounters to picking pumpkins out of the patch.

WHEN: Every Saturday/Sunday from Oct 2nd to Nov 21st 

WHERE: Barn Hill Preserve 11342 LA-955, Ethel, LA 70730 – 225-286-3003

Saturday’s & Sunday’s 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

ADMISSION: $16 per person at the door.

St. Helena Parish

Cajun Country Corn

Cajun Country Corn Maze

Cajun Country Corn has been farming food and fiber for over 30 years. They started their corn maze in 2000 and have been doing it ever since. In addition to the regular maze, they open up a portion of the maze on Friday and Saturday nights for haunting. Other spooky attractions include the haunted trail, board maze, and zombie paintball. You can also enjoy the pumpkin blaster, corn cannon, and other farm attractions while you are there. Pine Grove, LA – 7 Acres
Haunted Nights in October


WHERE: The maze is located 1 mile east  of 42360 (Napa Auto) in Pine Grove and five miles west of 35999 (Bear Creek Western Store) in Montpelier, LA

Friday 5 PM – 11 PM (with haunting beginning at dusk dark)
Saturday 9 AM-11 PM (with haunting beginning at dusk dark)
Sunday 11 AM-6 PM

After November 8th, our hours of operation will be
Saturday 9 AM-9 PM
​Sunday 11 AM-6 PM

ADMISSION: Click here for full details on packages and pricing

Beauregard Parish

CM Farms

CM Farms

Pumpkins, 40+ attractions, a 12-acre maze, farm animals and so much more are awaiting your visit!  Includes a corn maze, jumping pillow, photo ops, animal barrel train, wagon rides, dirt mountain slide, animal barn, tasty eats, and rubber duck races. CM Farms has something special planned for each weekend.

WHEN: Opening October 2, 2021

WHERE: 252 CM Farms Road, Dry Creek, LA 70637 (337) 328-8916 – About 2.5 hours from Baton Rouge

Saturdays in October 10 am-8 pm
Saturdays in November 10 am-7 pm
Sundays 12-6 pm

ADMISSION: Ages 3+ $18.95


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Find a local pumpkin patch

Looking for a local pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayride, gourds and other Halloween activities in Baton Rouge and south-central Louisiana?  Scroll down this page and you will see the all of those in Baton Rouge and south-central Louisiana, sorted by county. Some are farms, where you take a hay ride out into the field, others are elaborate farm stands with mountains of pumpkins and other activities and some are simple roadside stands.  Most have loads of pumpkins to choose from.  To really make it fun for  your kids, look for those that have the extra activities, like a corn maze, spook house, or hayride.  There is usually a small fee for the mazes (of course, the  more elaborate mazes tend to charge more. Hayrides are often free. ALWAYS call before you go to confirm the info, they don't always report changes to me!

And if you know of one I missed and want to add it or correct the information, please let me know!   If you are looking for pumpkin weigh-offs and the US and world's largest pumpkins, see this page! Want to do a fundraiser selling pumpkins? See this page! There are affiliate links on this page. Read our disclosure policy to learn more.

New for this year, see our Top Ten list of best pumpkins to make pumpkin pies and for baking and cooking. Also, our Master List of 100 Varieties of Pumpkins for every purpose. Then see this page for our easy pumpkin pie from a real pumpkin recipe.

Updates for October 2021

Most pumpkin patches  and corn mazes usually open by mid September, some earlier! You may also like a local zombie event or Zombie Paintball!. The world's best pumpkin pie recipe is here, and the pie crust recipe is here! And we have home canning, preserving, drying and freezing directions. You can access many pumpkin and other recipes and other resources from the drop down menus at the top of the page or the site search.

Keep in mind, many farms, pumpkin patches, corn mazes and Haunted Houses are trying to cope with rapidly changing state COVID requirements: ALWAYS see their own website, Facebook page or call them before you go.

NOTE: Many of the farms are dropping their websites and switching to Facebook pages - but they don't tell anyone, including search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo or us, or redirect their website,  thus breaking all links to them. If a link is broken please click the "click here to report a broken link or blank page" so we can find the replacement link! Thanks!

After Halloween, find a Christmas tree at a local Christmas tree farm (and enjoy a bonfire, smore, hot chocolate and free hayrides, and often Santa visits! And next Spring, you'll want to take your children to a free Easter egg hunt - see our companion website to find a local Easter Egg hunt.  If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to write me!

Pumpkin Patch Listings, by county

Click on Resources above, if you need a county map

Ascension Parish

Assumption Parish

East Baton Rouge Parish

  • Blackwater United Methodist Church - pumpkin patch- already gathered from the field, tractor-pulled hay rides, restrooms, Bounce house
    10000 Blackwater Road, City Of Central, LA 70714. Phone: 225-261-4646. Alternate Phone: 225-261-7557. Fax: 225-261-4699. Email: [email protected]. Open: Pumpkin Patch October 6 - 30, 2014; Pumpkin Patch Hours: Monday to Friday 10 am - 7 pm; Saturday 10 am - 5 pm and Sunday  1 pm - 5 pm; Car Show - October 25, 2014; Craft Show - October 25, 2014; Trunk-or-Treat - October 26, 2014 (see their website for hours); ; Proceeds from this year's patch will go to local and foreign missions; Monday -Fridays are open for School field trips. Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check.    
  • LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens - pumpkins for sale in the shop or farmstand, Fall festival, corn maze, kiddie (mini) corn maze, tractor-pulled hay rides, Honey from hives on the farm, gift shop, concessions / refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area, petting zoo, farm animals, birthday parties, weddings and wedding parties, school tours, group reservations, events at your location (call for info)
    4560 Essen Lane, Baton Rouge, LA 70809. Phone: 225-763-3990. Email: [email protected]. Open: late September through October. Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, only. Click here for our Facebook page. Activities will include: Corn Maze, Sunflower Fields, Pumpkin Patch, Petting Farm, Hayride, Satsuma picking, Hay Mountain, Rock Rascal Treasure Hunt, Take home crafts, Picnic Area with local food vendors Arbor Day tree planting, Gourmet in the Garden, Cocktails in the Garden, Garden Fest, Wine & Roses, Trees 'n Trails, Master Gardener, Herb Society, Burden Horticulture Society and so much more!. 2020 Admission is $15 per person and, free for children 3 and younger. 

East Feliciana Parish

Iberia Parish

Iberville Parish

Livingston Parish

  • Mrs. Heather's Pumpkin and Strawberry Patch - pumpkins, picnic area, face painting,  birthday parties, school tours
    31458 La 43 Hwy, Albany, LA 70711. Phone: 225-567-3493. Alternate phone: (225) 567-9113. Email: [email protected]. Directions: 3 miles North of Albany on the corner of highway 43 and highway 1064. Click here for a map and directions. Crops are usually available in March, April, May. Open: Call for current days and hours; School Tour Times: From 9am to 1pm; Call about field trips and school tours. Payment: Cash, only.   Or cell phones: (985) 974-0260 or (985)-320-0698. We also have Tractor Races.Pick a Pumpkin from the field, They also have: Zip line, Jumping Pillow, Tunnel Slide, Face Painting, Duck Racing, Pedal Tractors, See Cotton Growing, Hay Maze, Milk a Cow, Roll Down the Hill, Catch Mrs. Heather telling how pumpkins grow, Merry go round, Play Horse Shoes, Nature Trail, Lots of places to take pictures, Weigh & Measure your pumpkin, Bring a Picnic Lunch, Paint a pumpkin (on the weekend only). (UPDATED: September 25, 2019, JBS)
    A visitor writes on September 21, 2014: "I felt compelled to send in a response after reading the completely inaccurate comments about this Pumpkin Patch that my children have been to at least once or twice a year for 16 years. I was so shocked by the comments that I showed them to a couple of former teachers of my kids who go to Ms. Heather's with their class yearly. First of all, yes they do purchase pumpkins in bulk, but there is a field there that has pumpkin plants growing. And Ms. Heather uses those plants daily to tell the children exactly how pumpkins are grown. This pumpkin patch is so popular that the re is no way that they would be able to grow the amount of pumpkins that they need. Secondly the people working there have always been polite and very welcoming. In the 16 years that we have been visiting we have never been treated rudely by anyone. The large building is indeed a house. It is the owner's home. The farmer's home. They live there and it is in fact a privately owned business. I have never had the impression that it had anything to do with a church fundraiser. I can't imagine where that comment came from. Next the school's come back year after year from all over south Louisiana and Mississippi, not because the owner knows them or "It's one of THOSE kinds of things" but because the children LOVE it. Each year they add something new and my children who are now from high school down to 1st grade look forward to exploring the new attractions every year. Lastly I want to talk about price. Children pay $7 each and adults are free. That means that my family pays $14 (my oldest is now considered an adult) and we can enjoy all of the activities available from the time we get there until dark. My kids can ride the horse tire zip lines, go through the corn maze, play on the huge red inflated tarp, take endless pictures in many different spots set up specifically for picture taking, race rubber ducks with water pumps and a lot of other things that I can't remember right off hand. Yes Pumpkins are cheaper at Walmart. So if you are an adult (which I suspect the person with the negative post must be since they stated that they weren't asked to pay anything), you can go buy a pumpkin at Walmart, but if you want a fun and inexpensive family day then ignore the previous comment and visit Ms. Heather's. A family with 4 children will only pay $28. You will be glad you did."
    A visitor writes on July 27, 2014: "We visited Mrs. Heather's Pumpkin and Strawberry Patch in the fall, wanting to get some pumpkins for carving for Halloween. First, it is not a pumpkin patch. Pumpkins are trucked in (a flatbed arrived as we were walking in) and come in cardboard boxes on pallets just like at Walmart. They are placed in a grassy field. There a few displays, like a few rows of corn, a few bales of hay, a tractor and wagon, etc. The day we went, there were quite a few school buses with children. It looked like the children were charged $4 for a 5-8 inch pumpkin. The people working were not very nice or polite. I felt unwelcome and like an intruder the whole time. I didn't like being watched over the whole time. What looks like a gift shop from the outside is actually a home so I don't know what they are trying to present. I got the feeling it was a combination of a private venture and a church fundraising thing, or a private thing passed off as a church fundraiser. Probably some teacher or relative made a shady deal with school administrators for field trips. It seemed like "it's one of THOSE kinds of things". I'm glad the day we went we were not charged admission. I would have asked for a refund, even though I probably would not have received it from them. A waste unless you need to drive to the boonies to let your children walk in the grass. By the way, W-mart has bigger pumpkins for carving, and at a better price."
  • Saint Francis Episcopal Church - pumpkin patch- already gathered from the field,
    726 Maple Street, Denham Springs, LA 70726. Phone: 225-665-2707. Alternate Phone: 225-610-8397. Fax: 225-665-2709. Email: [email protected]. Open: Monday to Saturday, 9am to 6pm and Sunday 12noon to 6pm; October 07 to 31, 2012. Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check. Click here for our Facebook page. The Pumpkin Patch is a fund raiser for the church and the Mission Church located in New Mexico where the Navajo Indians grow the harvest to support their community. We host field trips for daycare and kindergarten classes in the morning hours. Children are told a pumpkin story, given a small sample of 'pumpkin juice', and allowed to exploer the patch. Admission to the patch is free of charge. This is our 17th year hosting the Pumpkin Patch and people in the community know us year round as the 'Pumpkin Church'.

Pointe Coupee Parish

St. Helena Parish

St. James Parish

St. Martin Parish

St. Mary Parish

West Baton Rouge Parish

  • Cajun Country Corn Maze Louisiana Maze - corn maze
    40833 LA-16, Amite City, LA 70422. Phone: 225 - 343 - 1119 or 877 - 843 - 9421. Email: [email protected]. Open: See the Corn Maze Calendar for dates and times. Directions: Get a MapThere are two mazes in Port Allen. WE ARE NOT THE CORN MAZE LOCATED ON LA 1. If it doesn't say WAFB, Cajun Country Corn Maze, you are not at our maze. Free Activities include pig races, Corn Crib, rubber Duck Races, Slides,tube slide and our roller slide
    Sand Pile, Spider Web Crawl, Petting/ Viewing Zoo, Pirate Ship.
    Activities that Require Admission Tickets and/or Armbands: Two Phase Corn Maze~ What this place is all about!! Getting lost while having fun following maps, and using passports to find your way through! This 7.5 acre maze will have you lost for longer than you ever expected! (ADMISSION PAID) Cow Train Rides, hayrides, corn cannons, jumping pillows, and
    Friendly Fire~ Arena-style, Air-powered Nerf Ball Gun Fun! Challenge your friends to see who has the best guts, no glory!! You gotta see it to believe it! (TOKEN PAID)
    Zombie Paintball~ A wagon ride equipped with glow in the dark paint ball guns (6 per wagon) pulled through one of the most eerie forest scenes imaginable. Try your best to shoot the zombies lurking in the shadows! Available both day and night.(WRISTBAND PAID)
    The following Paid Activities are only available after dark in October
    Haunted Corn Maze~ Only in October, Only at Night and Only for those not weak of Heart! A secret third phase of the corn maze is haunted after never know what may be lurking in a cornfield at night!
    Haunted Trail~ For those of you looking for an even more scary experience...try making it through a dimly lit forest filled with spooks, tricks and scares.
    Haunted Pallet Maze~Find your way through this challenging maze while being chased by our goblins galore!
    Click here for a discount coupon.  And RECEIVE and additional $1.00 OFF OF ADMISSION WITH COMPLETION OF SURVEY
    (this offer is valid with any other discount coupons!)   (1 survey per family is accepted) (UPDATED: October 19, 2020 JBS)

West Feliciana Parish

  • Luckett Farms - pumpkins, pumpkins for sale in the shop or farmstand, pumpkin patch-pick in the field where they grow, pumpkin patch- harvested and laid out on the ground or lawn, corn maze, kiddie (mini) corn maze, tractor-pulled hay rides, Honey from hives on the farm, porta-potties, restrooms, picnic area
    12501 La highway 10, St. Francisville, LA 70775. Phone: (225) 939-2998. Email: [email protected]. Open: Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Picking updates: Click here for updates. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. We use integrated pest management practices (IPM). Payment: Cash, Check, Debit cards, Visa/MasterCard, Discover, AmEx. Click here for our Facebook page. (ADDED: January 22, 2019)




2020 patch baton pumpkin rouge

Where to find corn mazes, pink pumpkin patches and more fall 2021 fun in Baton Rouge

  • By Olivia Deffes

Fall is in full swing, but spooky season is just getting started.

There’s no shortage of fall fun and Halloween activities to do in Baton Rouge this month.

Whether you’re looking for a fright or want to play it safe with trick-or-treating, here are some seasonal happenings all around the Capital City. What other fun are you getting up to this year? Tell us at [email protected].

The 13th Gate 

Known as one of the most frightening attractions in the country, The 13th Gate has officially kicked off another season of spooks. With 13 scary sections, this haunted house is not for the faint of heart. Tickets start at $30 for general admission and can be purchased here. Three Roll Estate, the distillery next door to The 13th Gate haunted house, has also prepped a special menu of $5 Halloween-themed cocktails for the occasion.

Pop-up Pink Pumpkin Patch

Pink pumpkins are back at Baton Rouge General. This year, the patches at the Bluebonnet, Mid City and Ascension campuses will have thousands of peachy and pink pumpkins that visitors can take selfies alongside. Each guest is free to bring a pumpkin home. The exact date the pumpkin patches will pop up will be a surprise, so watch the hospital’s social media this month for an announcement. It’s all part of the “Protect Your Pumpkins campaign” reminding women ages 40 and older to get their annual mammograms.

Haunted car washes 

Geaux Clean Car Wash is giving out scary good car cleanings this October. On four spooky days, Geaux Clean will transform its car wash into a Halloween Tunnel of Horror at its O’Neal Lane, Corporate Boulevard, Siegen Lane and Wax Road locations. Get a fright and a clean car all in one trip. More details about the Halloween Tunnel of Horror are coming soon. Dates and more information can be found on Geaux Clean’s Facebook.

Corn Maze at Burden

The LSU Rural Life Museum and the LSU AgCenter Burden Museum & Gardens will have a corn maze and other Halloween festivities throughout October. After you meander though The Corn Maze at Burden, you can participate in other activities such as crafts, satsuma picking and petting farms. The Corn Maze is open every Saturday in October. Tickets are $15 a person and are free for children two and under. Other events include Harvest Day (Oct. 2), Haints Haunts and Halloween (Oct. 31) and more. Find it all at Looking for more corn mazes? Check out this story from 225‘s archives.

Trick or Treat Down the Row

Bring your family to LSU’s Sorority Row Sunday, Oct. 24, for an evening of fun and safe trick-or-treating. Come in your best costumes and visit LSU’s sorority houses for sweet treats and other activities. This event is open to all families in the Baton Rouge area. Trick or Treat Down the Row will be from 3-5 p.m. at West Lakeshore Drive. More information will be posted on LSU Panhellenic’s Instagram.

Boo at the Zoo

BREC’s Baton Rouge Zoo is getting into the Halloween spirit this month with Boo at the Zoo. Guests of all ages are encouraged to attend in their best costumes. There will be festive photo opportunities throughout the Zoo along with Halloween-themed activities. It’s sure to be a wild time. Boo at the Zoo will take place Oct. 16-17 and 23-24. Guests will be charged regular zoo admission. More information can be found here.

Rocky Horror Picture Show and ‘Addams Family’ Spoof Night at Manship Theatre

Enjoy two Halloween movie classics at the Manship Theatre Friday, Oct. 29. Up first, a comedic take on the 1991 film The Addams Family. Local comedy troup The Family Dinner will celebrate the iconic Halloween flick with jokes, improv skits and comedic cometary. After Spoof Night, Manship Theatre will have a late-night showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Spoof Night begins at 7 p.m. and tickets are $12. The Rocky Horror Picture Show will play at 10:30 p.m. and tickets are $17. More information about both events can be found here.


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