Many of you are probably looking for pumpkin patches to explore this time of year. One in Missouri is a must-visit because of its unique location.

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The Cave Pumpkin Patch is located near the Lake of the Ozarks in Brumley, Missouri, and what makes this pumpkin patch stand out is that part of it is set up within a cave. After you go pumpkin picking you can explore the cliffside cave that is attached to the pumpkin patch.

Not only can you explore the cave, but the pumpkin patch also has a  playground, corn house, barrel train rides, bounce houses, mini golf, and other fun-filled family activities. You can definitely plan on spending the entire day having fun at this pumpkin patch. There is also lots to eat and drink, a country store, and the main attraction pumpkins.

I love the fall and going to pumpkin patches we will have to put the on our stop for the season. The Cave Pumpkin Patch officially opens in October so plenty of time to plan a weekend away and have a fun family day at the pumpkin patch.

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