Now that Pumpkin Spice Lattes are our daily coffee orders again, we need to figure out where our next Instagram Pumpkin Patch photo shoot will be.

It might not be quite Halloween yet but if you’re ready to get a little spooky have got you covered.

They have put together a handy list of places where you can go to pick your own pumpkins.

It also contains places where you can find pumpkin suppliers, maize mazes and activities to help you get in the Halloween spirit.

Oxford Mail: One of the children enjoying the pumpkin fun


Where can I find a pumpkin patch in Oxfordshire?


These pumpkin patches across Oxfordshire will have you pumpkin ready in time for Halloween.

Millets Farm Centre

Pumpkin picking is a great family activity but at Millets Farm, there is so much more. Their 19th and biggest ever Cornfield maze promises lots of family fun and games.

This year, the theme is World War Two which means there will be everything from code breaking to medal hunts to a “keeping our country fit” training zone and ration game.

Children can play on the usual bouncy castles and trampolines as well as see three real life Military vehicles, including a Tank.

The Pick Your Own Pumpkin fields are open daily from 9am to 5.30pm from the 25th September.

Peach Croft Farm

Peach Croft will definitely put you in a festive spirit. 

This traditional farm and shop offers their speciality free range Turkeys and Geese for Christmas .

As well as picking your own pumpkins, you can stock up on loganberries,  raspberries, black/redcurrants, broad beans, mange-tout, peas, sugar-snap peas and potatoes.

Rectory Farm

Another option is Rectory Farm in Staton St. John. 

You can pick fruit, flowers and vegetables all year round from their 45 acre fields. 

They currently have sunflower picking which make the perfect Instagram post.

If picking is not your thing, they have a skilled team of professionals in the fields who pick our best every single day. 

The Old Farm Shop

Family-run Old Farm shop should also be on your list.

You can bring the family along to visit a variety of farmyard animals as well as pick a variety of free range fruit vegetables.

Their farm is open all year round to encourage people to find out where there food actually comes from.