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When Is a Good Time for a Price Reduction?

Factors to Consider Before You Drop Your List Price

Whether you call it a price reduction, an improvement, or an adjustment, nobody wants to hear about lowering prices except a buyer. In a buyer’s market or a slow period, it’s not unusual for sellers to point fingers at agents, and for agents to point fingers at sellers’ unrealistic expectations for a price. Still, there are some times when lowering your asking price is the right move. Before you do, there are a few questions to ask yourself so you can determine your home price-reduction strategy.

Are You Selling in a Buyer’s Market?

Demand falls when the market is slow and inventory is high. If that’s the case, and you’re don’t absolutely have to sell right now, then it may be wise to take your home off the market until things improve. You might be better off renting your house, or staying put until the market rebounds if you’re not highly motivated to sell.

Did You Start Too High?

If you initially priced your home too high, you’ll have to continually reduce the price until you hit that “magic” number. This is referred to as “chasing the market down,” and it’s not a good thing. Buyers will begin to wonder if something is wrong with your house. They’ll also wonder how much lower will you might be willing to go and decide to play a waiting game.

Have You Overlooked Anything?

Ask a friend to stop by and give you an honest opinion of how your house shows—honest being the operative word. Yes, your agent should have nailed this months ago. Your place should show like a masterpiece. But sometimes a fresh set of eyes can pick up on something that you and your agent missed. Find it, fix it, and see if things pick up.

If you’re making a habit of hanging around during showings, you should change it. An owner’s presence often makes buyers feel uncomfortable. Leave your prospective buyers to look around in peace. And don’t turn down showings simply because you don’t want to get out of the house.

The bottom line: Make sure you’re not unwittingly sabotaging your—and your agent’s—efforts before you take the scissors to your listing price.

How Is Your Marketing?

If you feel like the market is right for your asking price, and you’re not doing anything to get in the way, you might want to look at your marketing efforts. Before you reduce your price, consider whether you and your agent are making every effort to sell your home for what you think it’s worth. Questions to ask include:

  • How many hits has your listing received in the MLS?
  • Do the marketing comments sell the benefits or features?
  • What kind of direct mail campaign has been launched?
  • How many open houses have been held?
  • How does the house show online? Are there a lot of beautiful pictures?
  • Is your signage in a prominent location? Does it contain several phone numbers and a website?
  • Do you have a virtual tour published?
  • What kind of feedback have you received from agents and buyers?
  • Are you offering enough compensation to selling agents?
  • How many showings have you had?
Watch Other Listings

If you do decide to reduce your price, it’s important to be strategic about it. Pull up pending sales and find ones that had price reductions. How many days were they on the market (DOM) before the price was reduced, and how much of a price reduction was made? You won’t know the sold price, but you can determine average price reduction percentages. Ignore active listings without price reductions unless they’re similar to yours and the DOM are low.

Run side-by-side comparisons with active listings near the price point you’re considering. Price your home so it falls in the bottom two to five listings or—if you’re really determined—price it less than anything else on the market.

Properties that are priced below what buyers are readily willing to pay will receive multiple offers. This is the case even in distressed markets as home prices slide into downward spirals. In many cases, it’s common to see price wars develop among buyers who are competing, which then results in an accepted offer for more than list price.

Consider a New Listing

You might want to take your home off the market and put it back as a new listing at a different price so your reduction isn’t readily evident to any agents who look at your listing. An entirely new listing looks fresh and exciting to a buyer, and new buyers come into the market all the time. Not every agent studies the history of a listing, so this strategy can help you avoid the stigma of a price reduction.

The Bottom Line
Every seller wants to get the most they can for their home, and you should explore every alternative before you make a price reduction. But sometimes even a small price change can make the difference between a quick sale and watching your home languish on the market. An experienced agent should be able to help you answer the right questions and decide if a price drop is the right decision.

The Top 5 Reasons to Hire a Real Estate Agent

Benefits of Hiring a Real Estate Agent

Buyers and sellers are on separate sides of the fence when it comes to home sales. What one is trying to achieve is often diametrically opposed to what the other wants to see happen—the first usually want to steal the property while the other wants top dollar. And yet, they share the same ultimate goal. They want a sale.

Both sides can benefit significantly from hiring a real estate agent to assist them, but their reasons can be different. 

It’s All About the Money…
Consider this if you’re contemplating going “FSBO”—for sale by owner—when listing your home. Of course, you want to get as much for their home as possible, and you might think that means not parting with extra commissions. But a 2017 study indicated that FSBOs fetched about 30% less for their owners than agent-listed properties. 

And you’re probably going to have to pay a commission anyway if your buyer is represented by an agent. The buyer’s agent’s commission is typically factored into the deal—although you’ll still save on the commission you would otherwise have paid your own agent.  

And why not use an agent if you’re the buyer? After all, the seller is paying the commission, not you. Of course, there’s always a slim possibility that the seller will refuse to do so, but you can probably move on and look at other properties if it appears that this will be the case, although it can depend on whether you’re shopping in a buyers’ or sellers’ market and who has the upper hand. 

…And Attention to Detail
You might be far out of your element when it comes to reviewing and understanding the multiple documents involved in a real estate deal, and you should have a thorough understanding of what you’re getting into regardless of whether you’re buying or selling. Purchase agreements alone can top 10 pages in 2019, not to mention federal, state, and local document requirements. 

Luckily, your agent will be far more familiar with all this paperwork than you are. Consider this if you’re still thinking about saving money: Some mistakes or omissions in these documents can cost you as much as that commission you were trying to avoid paying—or even far more. 

Here’s an example: Maybe a buyer makes an offer on a home, but it’s contingent on getting a mortgage. There’s no possibility that the buyer could purchase the property without first securing financing—but there’s no such contingency or escape hatch built into the purchase agreement to let the buyer out of the deal if financing fails. The buyer is obligated to go through with the sale or be sued if it turns out that a mortgage isn’t happening. 

Consider hiring a broker for a smaller one-time fee to simply review your contracts before signing if you’re still dead set against hiring an agent to take care of all this.

Privacy, Confidentiality, and Fiduciary Duty
Your real estate agent has your back whether you’re a buyer or a seller. Agents have what’s known as a “fiduciary” responsibility to their clients. They legally obligated to put their clients’ best interests first. 

This duty imparts a very high standard for confidentiality. As a buyer, do you really, really want to turn over your most intimate financial details to a FSBO seller who’s under no legal obligation to keep the information confidential? The same goes for turning any and all information over to the seller’s agent, who has no fiduciary responsibility to you but only to the seller. Your own agent would know whether any information the other agent is requesting from you is reasonable. 

You do have recourse if you’re the buyer and the seller’s agent has lied to you, misled you, or disclosed confidential information. You can report it to the agent’s professional association, such as the National Association of Realtors. But again, this assumes that the seller has an agent. You’ll have far fewer options if the property is FSBO. 

Agents Know What to Look For…
Buyers usually have a pretty firm idea in mind of what they want in a property, from number of bedrooms to an attached garage to any number of other must-have and must-not-have factors. You’ll probably feel pretty comfortable looking at homes with that list tucked firmly in the back of your mind.

But your agent will be alert for issues that might not cross your mind, such as furnace issues, leaks, roofing problems, and mold and insect issues. An agent will recognize the telltale signs of these problems and know how best to approach them. Again, this experience and knowledge can end up saving you thousands down the road. 

You know exactly how much you want for your home if you’re the seller, but is the price you’ve arrived at reasonable? You might only know for sure if you’re able to identify comparable sales that confirm that you’re in the right range—or not. Agents can do comparative market analyses in their sleep. 

An agent can hand over-researched, current, and reputable data regarding a neighborhood’s demographics, crime rates, schools, and other important factors. That’s a lot of time-consuming research to do on your own, particularly if you don’t know where to start. 

Agents Have Superior Negotiating Skills
You might not be a negotiation shark if you don’t happen to be an attorney, mediator, union rep…or a real estate agent. Remember that fiduciary responsibility your agent has to you. It’s your agent’s job to get you the best possible price for your home or to see to it that you get the best possible deal on the property you want to buy. 

Agents are trained to negotiate well, if only from experience. They know what normally works and what does not. Most have tried-and-true techniques all their own. And, most importantly, they have no emotional stake in the outcome that can cloud their thinking. 

You, on the other hand, might be willing to come up with $10,000 more to purchase that to-die-for home, never realizing that it’s really not necessary because you possess certain bargaining chips. It’s just more money saved if you have an agent who prevents you from taking an unnecessary financial plunge. 

The Bottom Line

Henry Ford once said that it proves that you’re smarter than they are when you hire people who are smarter than you. The trick is to recognize when you need help and to find the right person.

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Halloween and Fall Train Rides in New Jersey and Pennsylvania

Halloween and hayrides go hand in hand, but if you really want to up your game this year, take a trip on a Halloween train! From spooky to scenic, these fall train rides offer a unique bit of fall fun for the whole family: Passengers can take a seat in a vintage caboose, travel through gorgeous fall foliage, visit a pumpkin patch, and even trick-or-treat onboard. After the ride, round out the day with autumn activities like corn mazes, crafts, and a costume party.

Book your tickets now to ensure you don’t miss out on one of these seasonal NJ railway adventures. Most trains have limited capacity and other safety protocols this season, but be sure to click through to each train’s individual website for details and requirements.

Fall Train Rides in New Jersey

Corn Maze Train
Weekends through September 27
All aboard the historic passenger coach for a ride to Snyder Farm to the corn maze. Face masks are required, and the rides run at reduced capacity.
The Great Pumpkin Train
Saturdays and Sundays from Saturday, October 3– Sunday, November 1
Throughout the month of October, visitors can take the train to pick a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch while enjoying the beautiful scenery. In addition, families can extend the fun by purchasing add-ons such as the Corn Maze and the Mine Train for an additional fee.
Haunted Express Night Time Rides
Fridays and Saturdays starting in October (2020 Dates TBA)
Take a ghostly nighttime ride and a walk through the haunted woods of Allaire State Park, an annual tradition for decades.
Pumpkin Trains
Saturdays and Sundays from Saturday, October 3–Sunday, October 25
All-aboard the train at Flemington Station for a trip to Everitt Farms’ at Pumpkin Junction. Allow about 2.5 hours for your visit. Your train ticket includes a round-trip train ride, plus admission to a 6-acre corn maze, a tractor-pulled wagon ride, and other fall activities.

Fall Train Rides in Pennsylvania

Trick-or-Treat Train
New Hope
Select dates from Friday, October 9 – Sunday, October 31
Climb aboard the train at New Hope & Ivyland Railroad for a 45-minute trick-or-treat train ride. Kids are encouraged to dress in their favorite Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat around the New Hope train station for candy and assorted toys.

Hope you have fun! 

The Best Pumpkin Picking Patches And Farms In NJ

It’s that time of year for all things pumpkin—lattes, decor, food, and of course, one of our favorites— pumpkin picking in NJ. Along with hayrides (tame and scary), cutting a fresh pumpkin from its stem can give you all the fall feels. And this year, it’s one of the best ways to celebrate the season since it’s outside, making a pumpkin patch a prime spot to practice social distancing. To get the latest COVID-19 guidelines as well as the pumpkin picking schedules (which vary with each farm), be sure to call ahead or click on the farm’s website. Are your littles ready for pumpkin picking? Scroll down to find a family-friendly pumpkin patch near you.

Here is the best pumpkin picking in NJ this fall:

Atlantic County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

R and J Farm
Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch, and then put your pumpkins to the side and make your way through the corn maze. Note: The Cornfield of Terror is closed for the 2020 Fall Season.
Open daily starting September 19
September 19, 20, 26 & 27 11AM – 6PM, September 21-30, 12PM -6PM
Monday – Thursday 12PM – 6PM, Fridays 12PM – 8PM, Weekends 10:30AM – 8PM, October 31 10:30AM – 4PM
723 W. Herschel St.
Galloway, NJ 08215 


Sahl’s Father Son Farm
From pumpkin picking in NJ and hayrides to an animal farm and corn maze, your littles will have a fall day of fun here.
Open September 26 on Thursday and Friday from 4PM – 7PM, and Saturdays from 10AM – 7PM
420 West Pestalozzi Street
Galloway, NJ 08215

Bergen County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Abma’s Farm
Hayrides and pumpkin picking have been redesigned with social distancing in mind—that means hayrides, pumpkin picking, and scarecrow making are ticketed events, purchased ahead of time online.
Open daily September 28 – October 31, Monday – Friday 1PM – 5PM, Saturday 9AM – 5:30PM
W700 Lawlins Road
Wyckoff, NJ 07481

Demarest Farms
Named one of the best places to pick pumpkins in New Jersey, this place includes pumpkin picking, tractor rides, farm market shopping, and more. This season, reserve your picking spot online before you go.
Farm open daily from 8AM – 6:30PM
Pumpkin picking starts approximately September 19
244 Wierimus Rd.
Hillsdale, NJ 07642


Depiero’s Country Farm
Enjoy the pumpkin patch and sip on fresh-pressed and hot apple cider.
Open daily from 8AM – 6PM
Pumpkin picking available September through October
156 Summit Avenue,

Montvale, NJ 07645
(201) 930-8678

Secor Farms
This year, while the hayride and maze are canceled, you can walk to the decorated pumpkin patch to find the best pumpkin to take home. Also enjoy fresh-pressed apple cider, homemade apple cider donuts, and more.
Open daily from 9AM – 5PM
Pumpkins available from September 14 through October 31
85 Airmont Ave.,
Mahwah, NJ 07430

Burlington County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Johnson’s Corner Farm
If you’re looking for both apple and pumpkin picking in NJ, look no further than Johnson’s, where you can take a  hayride to the fields. And be sure to check out their Fall Festival Weekends, where you can enjoy live music, a corn maze, gem mining, food tents, and more.
Open daily from 8AM – 7PM
Pumpkin picking hayrides starting September 12 through November 1, Weekdays from 10AM – 5PM on the hour, Weekends from 10AM – 5PM continuous
133 Church Rd.
Medford, NJ 08055


Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm
Johnson’s Locust Hall Farm will celebrate their Fall Harvest weekends throughout September and October with Live Music and a fall feast menu created by Sensational Host Catering. This year, they’re offering a drive-through experience where you can drive along their “Park N’ Pick” Route and make stops at the Pumpkin Patch, Apple Orchard, Sunflower Field, and Corn Maze. Reservations areseven days a week, so be sure to book ahead of time on their website.
Open weekdays from 9AM – 12PM, weekends from 9AM – 3PM
Pumpkin picking available starting in October
2691 Monmouth Rd
Jobstown, NJ 08041

Essex County- Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Fairfield Farms
Fall is the best time of the year at Fairfield Farms, with activities like hayrides, a child-friendly corn maze, an obstacle course, a rope maze, a pumpkin slingshot, and of course, pick your own pumpkins.
Open Monday through Thursday, 11AM – 7PM, and Friday through Sunday 8AM – 6PM
Hayrides weekends start at 10AM, Weekdays 1PM-5PM
177 Big Piece Rd.
Fairfield, NJ 07004

Gloucester County- Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Mood’s Farm Market
Get your flannels on and head out on a patch to pick your very own pumpkin. And don’t forget to bring shears and a container.
Open Monday through Saturday from 8AM – 7PM
Saturdays from 11AM – 4PM
Pumpkin picking available in October
901 Bridgeton Pike
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062


Hunterdon County- Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Melick’s Town Farm
Bring the family for a ride to the pumpkin patch to pick out the perfect pumpkins for jack-o-lantern making and fall decorations.
Open daily from 9AM – 6PM
Pumpkin Picking available every weekend in October
472 County Road 513
Califon, NJ 07830

Schaefer Farms
Set in the heart of Hunterdon County, have fun picking pumpkins with the family, seeing the adorable farm animals, getting lost in the corn maze, eating delicious food, and more. Then at night, the Halloween-themed Farm of Horrors opens October 3.
Pumpkin Picking available on weekends beginning September 26 through October
Open Monday through Saturday, 9:30AM – 6PM, Sunday 10AM – 5PM
1051 County Route 523
Flemington, NJ 08822

Mercer County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Terhune Orchards
Enjoy barnyard fun at this family-favorite farm in New Jersey this fall. Pick from over 15 varieties of pumpkins in September and October—just check ahead for picking availability.
Pumpkin picking available September through October
Open Monday through Friday 9PM – 6PM, and Saturday & Sunday, 9AM – 5PM
330 Cold Soil Road (pick your own pumpkins location)
Princeton, NJ

Lee Turkey Farm
Once you sign up to be a Lee Farm Picking Club member (the fee is $2 to join and can be used all season), you can pick all the pumpkins your kids find and then head to the corn maze, saying hi to the turkeys along the way.
Open Monday through Saturday from 9AM – 6PM, and Sunday from 2PM – 6PM
Pumpkin Picking available September through October
201 Hickory Corner Road
East Windsor, NJ 08520

Oasis Family Farm
Oasis Family Farm is excellent for littles to pick pumpkins and then hit the Fun Zone, where they can play, climb, and explore.
Pumpkin Picking available from September 26 through November 1
Open daily, 12PM – 7PM
Oasis Family Farm
3 Circle Drive
Robbinsville, NJ 08691

Middlesex County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

VonThun’s Country Farm Market
“Your one-stop-shop for fall fun,” Von Thun’s is still offering all the favorite fall activities with COVID-19 guidelines. So you can have a safe fall day with the fam picking pumpkins, apples, taking hayrides, going through the corn maze, riding pedal karts, and more. If you’re picking apples, head to their Walk-To Patch, but if you’re just in the mood for pumpkins, head to the Main Patch with a hayride.
Open Monday through Friday from 10AM – 6:30PM, and Saturday & Sunday 9AM – 6PM
Fall Festival Weekends from September 19 through November 1, 10AM – 5PM
519 Ridge Rd
South Brunswick, NJ 08852

Giamarese Farm & Orchard
This season, there will be pumpkin picking, a hayride, and corn maze with social distancing guidelines, but check-in for updates on when those will be operating on their Facebook page.
Open Wednesday through Sunday, 10AM – 6PM, and Sunday from 10AM – 3PM
Pumpkin picking in October
155 Fresh Ponds Road
East Brunswick, NJ 08816 


Cheesequake Farms
According to Cheesequake Farm, fall and Halloween are “pumpkin time” and one of the most exciting times of the year. Take a fun hayride to find pumpkins of every shape, size, and color throughout their fields and at their farm market.
Beginning October 7
Open daily from 9AM – 6PM
2095 US 9, Old Bridge, NJ 08857

191 NJ-34, Matawan, NJ 07747

Monmouth County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Battleview Orchards
Pick your pumpkins for the fall season and be sure to catch a hayride on the weekends starting on September 29.
Open Monday through Sunday from 9AM – 6PM
Pumpkin Picking available September 22 – October 30
91 Wemrock Rd, Freehold, NJ 07728
(732) 462-0756

A. Casola Farm
Get ready for pumpkin picking and fall fun at this family-run farm offering hayrides, a petting zoo, pony rides, a corn maze, and more.
Open daily from 9AM – 5PM
Pumpkin Picking and Fall Fest starting September 12
Holmdel, NJ 

Happy Day Farm
If you’re looking for some of the best pumpkin patches in NJ, look no further than Happy Day Farm. Your whole family will have a blast picking pumpkins, with their patch open all week long and then a fun Fall Festival every weekend (plus Fridays in October.) You and your littles will love all the fun activities like the feeding zoo, corn maze, hay mountain, pedal carts, tractor rides, and more. Plus, don’t forget to bring your camera, mama, there are a ton of great insta-worthy photo-ops for the cutest fall photos.
Pumpkin Picking available daily from 10AM – 5PM from September 12 through October 25
and Fall Festival on weekends from September 12 through October 25
Daily 10AM – 5PM
106 Iron Ore Road (tickets for fall festival online only)
Manalapan, New Jersey 07726


Red Wagon Farm Market
The largest pick-your-own pumpkin patch in New Jersey, there are over 100 kinds of pumpkins to pick from, including “Giant Prize Winner” pumpkins, all that you can pick right off the vine.
Saturdays and Sundays, 10AM – 5:45PM
Pumpkin picking available September 19 through October
437 State Rte 33
Manalapan, NJ 07726


Wemrock Orchard
Pick your own pumpkins, take a hayride through their fall-themed farm, and explore the giant corn maze that takes up over 5 acres of land.
Open daily from 9AM – 5PM
Pumpkin picking available September through Halloween
100 Wemrock Rd
Freehold Township, NJ 07728


Morris County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Alstede Farms
Head to Alstede Farms pumpkin picking in Chester, NJ. You’ll have a family day of fall fun, complete with picking your own pumpkins to decorate your home for fall. Choose from a variety of different pumpkins from orange and white, to munchkins, to gourds and squash.
Open daily from 9AM – 6PM
1 Alstede Farms Lane
Chester, NJ 07930 


Hacklebarney Farm Cider Mill
Get lost amongst the vines as you search for the perfect pumpkin to pick and then head to their farm store (located inside their 1950’s barn!) for delicious apple cider and fresh donuts.
Open Thursdays through Sundays from 10AM-5PM, open Columbus Day
104 State Park Rd
Chester Township, NJ 07930

Ort Farms
Known as “the most spacious farm in Morris County,” Ort Farms is home to all the fun fall activities you expect during the season. Soak in the changing fall foliage, enjoy a hayride to the pumpkin patch, and search for your perfect pumpkins. Plus, with so many other activities and a Fall Festival happening all week long (starting September 19), you’ll want to make more than one trip.
Open Monday through Saturday from 8AM-7PM, Sunday from 8AM-6PM
25 Bartley Road
Long Valley, NJ 07853

Stony Hill Farms
This New Jersey pumpkin patch is open until October growing gigantic pumpkins for all to pick and enjoy. Just be sure to reserve your tickets ahead of time online.
Open daily from 10AM-5PM
Pumpkin picking available from Late September through October
15 North Rd,
Chester, NJ 07930


Wightman Farms
Head over for a day of Autumn Harvest fun at Wightman Farms on weekends where you can pick your own pumpkin from their field, along with a ton of other fall activities, and even apple picking.
Open daily from 8AM-6PM
Autumn Harvest Fest on weekends, from 9AM-5PM

1111 Mt Kemble Ave
Morristown, NJ 07960


Ocean County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Argos Farm
According to Argos Farm, “fall fun begins with a family adventure into the pumpkin patch to find the perfect pumpkin,” and we could not agree more. With a huge selection from giant pumpkins to tiny ones, tall to fat, you’ll be able to pick your pumpkins right off the vines. Plus, don’t miss out on all the fun around the farm like the corn maze, wagon rides, farm market, tug of war, and more—just check ahead to see what’s happening when.
Pumpkin picking available weekends starting September 19 through November 1, 10AM – 6PM
Monday – Friday starting September 23 through October 30, 1PM-6PM
1250 Lacey Rd
Forked River, NJ 08731


Passaic County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Farms View
Enjoy fresh cider and donuts as you take a fun family hayride to pick your own pumpkins in the patch.
Open Monday through Saturday from 9AM – 6PM, and Sunday from 9AM – 1PM
Pumpkin picking and hayrides available from September 28 through October 31
945 Black Oak Ridge Road
Wayne, NJ 07470 


Sussex County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Sussex County Strawberry Farm
Take a hayride to pick from various pumpkins like Sugar, Jack O’Lantern, White Lumina, Mini, and Gourds. After you’re done, you can also pick up fresh local apples, corn, and mums, and enjoy fresh local cider.
Open Monday through Saturday 9AM-5PM, Sunday 10AM-5PM
Pumpkin Picking available starting in October
565 Route 206 North
Andover, New Jersey, 07821 


Warren County – Pumpkin Picking in NJ

Donaldson Farms
A long time family tradition at Donaldson Farms, take a pumpkin picking hayride to the patch (and the apple orchard, too.) On weekdays, you can grab your own wheelbarrow and walk to the fields to the pumpkins and even Indian Corn.
Open daily from 9AM – 5PM
Pumpkin PIcking available from September 26 through November 1
Hayrides available on weekends from 10AM – 5PM
358 Allen Road
Hackettstown, NJ 07840

VonThun Farms
VonThun’s second location is also offering all the favorite fall activities with COVID-19 guidelines. That means you can have a safe fall day with the fam picking pumpkins, apples, taking hayrides, going through the corn maze, riding pedal karts, and more.
Open Monday through Friday from 10AM – 6:30PM, and Saturday & Sunday 9AM – 6PM
Fall Festival Weekends from September 19 through November 1, 10AM – 5PM
438 Route 57 West
Washington, NJ 07882

Farms Closed for 2020 Pumpkin Picking in NJ
Atlantic County
Butterhof’s Shady Brook Farm—no pick your own for 2020
Open daily from 10AM – 4PM
Egg Harbor City, NJ


Burlington County
Indian Acres Tree Farm—As of now, not open. Please call ahead for more details.
111 Tuckerton Rd.,
Medford, NJ 08055


Camden County
Springdale Farms—TBD for pumpkins this season
Open daily from 8AM -7PM
1638 South Springdale Road
Cherry Hill, NJ, 08003


Middlesex County
Stults Farm–no pick your own
Open Monday – Friday, 11AM – 6PM, Weekends 10AM-5PM
146 Cranbury Neck Rd,
Cranbury, NJ 08512
(609) 799-2523