Welcome to Wonder and Wander’s Guide to Fall Fun in Jackson County. We’ll be highlighting some of our favorite spots throughout October and handing out some “awards” along the way – so check back often!

No pumpkins? No problem!

As Halloween gets closer and closer, you might be feeling pressed for time to grab some gourds, but luckily there is no shortage of options in Jackson County! Not up for a full-fledged visit to a pumpkin patch? These locations offer grab-and-go pumpkin options, which will leave you with plenty of time to carve them! (Fun fact: the only year we skipped the pumpkin patch was when Big broke his arm and required surgery. Farm-stand pumpkins were the perfect options that year!)

Now the only question is – which way will you go? Spooky, scary, or silly? 

Adams Farm
10425 Adams Rd, Clarklake, MI 49234
Adams Farm is a family-owned farm that is open seasonally (July – October) with fresh fruit and vegetables. They offer a variety of pumpkins and produce, and get this. They even offer pre-cleaned pumpkins with the seeds removed. 
For more information about Adams Farm, click here.

The Shaded Wagon
12280 Spring Arbor Road, Concord, Michigan
The Shaded Wagon is a family-run farm market located in Concord, Mi. They are open seasonally from July to October offering farm-fresh produce. The Shaded Wagon often has goods available for purchase from local artisans, as well as a variety of pumpkins!
For more information about The Shaded Wagon, click here.

Ives Gardens
4990 Ann Arbor Road, Jackson, Michigan
While Ives Gardens claims to have the best sweet corn in Michigan, they also have some pretty sweet pumpkins, too. Ives also has a variety of fruits and veggies for purchase, and make sure you bring cash or a check.
For more information about Ives Gardens, click here.

Looking for the full-fledged pumpkin patch experience? Check out our #youautumnknow awards to help you choose a location. Will you visit “The Family Tradition Spot“, “The Fan Favorite“, or “The OG“?

A Plethora of Pumpkins – Jackson County, Michigan

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