Here’s where you can pick the perfect pumpkin or get lost in a corn maze in Virginia Beach this fall

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VIRGINIA BEACH — Fall is here and so is your guide to U-Pick pumpkins and corn mazes. So, here you go:
  • Address: Cullipher Berry Patch 772 Princess Anne Road
  • Contact Info: 757-721-7456
  • Updates: Call or check Facebook page for updates and availability.

Cullipher Farm has three corn mazes with varying levels of difficulty open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays this fall.

  • Address: 1707 Princess Anne Rd
  • Contact Info: (757) 426-5585
  • Updates: Call or check Facebook page for updates and availability.

Starting Oct. 5, families can explore Flanagan Farm’s corn maze and take a few wagon rides while picking the perfect pumpkin and even sweet potatoes.

  • Address: 2388 London Bridge Rd
  • Contact Info: (757) 427-9520
  • Updates: Call or check Facebook page for updates and availability.

Hunt Club Farm’s Harvest Fall Fair and Halloween Festival are open from Sept. 28 through Oct. 31.

The fair features its large pumpkin selection with mazes, games, hayrides, pony rides, petting zoo, and a night-time haunted festival for teens and adults.

The 2019 fall season is just beginning so keep reading Southside Daily for more fall-related activities throughout Virginia Beach and Norfolk.

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Lucretia Cunningham is a multimedia journalist at Southside Daily covering hyper-local stories in Virginia Beach and Norfolk. Her stories focus on public safety, tourism, and city government. She is a Virginia transplant and military spouse originally from Chicago. Lucretia also served on active duty from 2006 to 2016 and started her journalism career as a broadcaster in the Virginia Air National Guard. When she’s not covering stories on the Southside, she’s covering stories with her Air National Guard unit.