The Epiphany Church of Walpole, Mass., will hold its annual Pumpkin Patch throughout October at 62 Front St., across from the Walpole Town Common. Monday through Friday hours are 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., and Saturdays, Sundays and Columbus Day from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. A seemingly endless supply of pumpkins will soon arrive in a huge truck that will have traveled to Walpole from the Navajo Indian Reservation in Farmington, N.M.!
Thousands of pumpkins saturating the lawns at this quaint 125-year-old Walpole church and its rectory (only 18 miles from Boston) is not only an amazing autumn New England sight, but also a sure fire way to pick the perfect pumpkin while helping those in need. The Pumpkin Patch is a fundraiser for Epiphany Parish and 3/4 of the proceeds are returned to the Navajo Reservation to help the Native American reservation allocate much-needed funding for education, job training and basics for necessary everyday living. One fourth of the earnings remain with Epiphany for other outreach projects.
As you can tell by the photos, the pumpkin scene is a truly spectacular scene — and juxtaposed with the beautiful Walpole Town Common for further enhancement!
The pumpkin picking attraction has surely evolved into a rite of passage for the local fall season. If you’re looking for a pumpkin in any shape or size at budget friendly prices, the Epiphany Church of Walpole Pumpkin Patch is certainly a wonderful fall pumpkin picking destination. Plus, mums, cornstalks and special raffles will be present, as well as weekend baked goods sales!
The Epiphany Church of Walpole Pumpkin Patch is located at the corner of Front and West Sts. in downtown Walpole MA. For more information or to volunteer, contact Contact Carol Johnson at email@example.com.
What to do near the Pumpkin Patch?
Walk the Monarch Trail at Adams Farm
Hike the Walpole Town Forest
Enjoy lunch or dinner at The Raven’s Nest
Stroll through Bird Park
Visit a pub, restaurant, bar and pooh hall under one roof at Napper Tandy’s Walpole
Experience farm-to-table cuisine at Farmer in the Dell