The Essential Fall Bushel List

100+ must-do’s to enjoy Rhode Island’s most colorful season

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Leaves are changing. Temperatures are dropping. Swimsuits are being traded for sweaters, and summer shandys for autumnal brews. It’s officially fall, the season for carving pumpkins, picking apples, getting lost in corn mazes, and seeking the “good” kind of scares. Whether you’re looking to carry on timeless traditions, or try something new, we’ve got a cornucopia of events for you to pick from.

Fall Bushel List: East Bay & Newport

Fall fun in East Bay & Newport!

All Autumn Long

Aquidneck Growers Market: Farmers market running year-round. Find them in Middletown at Newport Vineyards on Saturdays, and on Memorial Boulevard in Newport on Wednesdays. 

The Bit Players: End the week with an evening of laughs at Firehouse Theater with Newport’s hit improv comedy show. Every Friday and Saturday

Free Family Fun Day: On the first of each month, join Audubon Society for crafts, storytime, animal discoveries, hikes, and more. 

Newport Foodies Strolls: A 1.5-mile food tour about all the hottest places to eat in the City by the Sea. Wednesday through Saturday through November

Newport Neighborhood Food Tours: Go beyond mansions and yachts and discover Newport’s rich food history on this walking tour through all the best places to eat. Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays

Pumpkin Palooza: Celebrate fall with special events every weekend – from a ride on a magic pumpkin coach and pumpkin painting to a DIY scarecrow workshop. Through October 27, Warren

September

September 12-15
Newport International Boat Festival: Taking up 13 acres of Newport’s beautiful waterfront makes this the largest boat show in the northeast! 

September 14
Warren Heritage Foundation Gala: Celebrate Warren’s manufacturing heritage during a swanky soiree at WaterRower’s new manufacturing plant overlooking the scenic Kickemuit River. 

A Country Day at Pardon Gray: Enjoy a day packed with country-style food and fun, from tractor pulls to pony rides. Tiverton

Culinary Adventure: Party like it’s the 1920s at this speakeasy-themed event featuring drinks created during the prohibition. Newport

Firefly Yoga & Wellness Festival: Try out vegan eats courtesy of Sprout and Lentil, sweet sips from Juice’d Cafe, and a full schedule of yoga classes, clinics, and workshops. Portsmouth

September 14-15
Bluegrass Festival & Pick-Nic: Food, friends, and fun at this first-ever concert featuring bands Ocean State Ramblers, Bend in the River, and Pretty Saro. Warren

September 20-21
Harbor Lights Newport: Newport’s waterfront is festooned with lights during this brand-new event to kick off the fall season. 

September 19-22
Newport Mansion Wine & Food Festival: Wine tastings, an after-dark party, cooking demonstrations, and a celebrity chef appearance – all on the grounds of a mansion. 

September 28
Harvest Craft Fair: Find art and antiques galore at Knights of Columbus’ annual craft fair. Middletown

Ben Rosenblum at Sandywoods: What happens when you take an internationally touring jazz pianist and a Croation vocalist to Tiverton? You get a night of musical genius as Ben Rosenblum and guest Astrid Kuljanic perform at Sandywoods. Tiverton

September 29
Bristol Burger Bash: Bringing premier patties – in miniature form – to Linden Place, plus plenty of bluegrass and beer. 

October

October 3-6
Audrain’s Newport Concours & Motor Week: Perfect for history buffs and car enthusiasts alike, this celebration honors the city’s extensive automotive history. 

October 5
Connor’s Halloween Party: This special sensory-friendly, fall-themed event caters to kids with autism, featuring a bouncy house, scavenger hunt, bubble table, and more. Warren

October 5-6
Norman Bird Sanctuary Harvest Fest: Enjoy a weekend of live bands, train and pony rides, a mud pit, over 70 artisans and crafters, local food trucks and vendors, and more. Middletown

October 10-14
Rogue Island Comedy Festival: Laugh the evenings away as the best nationally and locally known comedians bring their stand-up performances to Newport.

October 12
Broadway Street Fair: It’s Newport’s block party of the season: food, art, music, drinks, and more, all packed into a one-day festival that takes over the historic Broadway District. 

Four Corners Classic: Car enthusiasts will love this new event at Tiverton Four Corners, a show dedicated to vintage automobiles, including rare and extremely early editions. 

Annual Pumpkin Weigh-off: Gather the kiddos to come see the biggest gourds you’ll ever lay eyes on at this anticipated East Bay tradition at Frerichs Farm. Warren

October 13
Newport Marathon & Half Marathon: Support local charities as you qualify for the Boston Marathon (or simply elevate your morning jog). 

October 14
Columbus Day Parade: As part of the Festa Italiana, this celebration of Italian culture and heritage starts at St. Joseph’s on Broadway and ending at the Columbus statue on Memorial Boulevard. Newport

October 19
Tunnel to Towers 5K Run & Walk Rhode Island: Honor first responders as you join 9/11 hero and firefighter Stephen Siller on a scenic run or walk at Fort Adams. Newport

October 19-20
Bowen’s Wharf Seafood Fest: Sip on Whalers, listen to live music, and eat all the lobster rolls, fish tacos, calamari, and oysters you want! 

October 20
Pell Bridge Run: Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Newport’s iconic bridge with a picturesque 4-mile run, all while supporting dozens of nonprofit organizations. 

Warren Walkabout: Passersby are welcomed into independent shops, historic spaces, local restaurants, art studios, and more during this festival of small biz. 

October 26
The Perfect Pumpkin Party: It’s all about celebrating fall’s official veggie. Join the Audubon in searching for hidden pumpkins, playing pumpkin games, and collecting stickers to create your own “patch”. 

November

November 1-10
Newport Restaurant Week: Enjoy lunch or dinner offerings from over 50 participating restaurants. 

November 2
Holiday Showcase Craft Fair: Get a headstart on your holiday shopping with the help of local craft vendors. Portsmouth

Fall Bushel List: Southern Rhode Island & Block Island

Fall fun in Southern Rhode Island & Block Island!

All Autumn Long

Block Island Art Trail: Explore galleries, shops and studios on this self-guided tour. Download a map or pick one up at 104 Spring Street. Through November

Block Island Farmers Market: Every Saturday at Legion Park and Wednesdays at Spring House, through October 12. 

Coastal Growers Market: Year-round market on Saturdays at Casey Farm (North Kingstown) through October 26 and at Quest Montessori School (Narragansett) from November 2 through December 28. 

General Stanton Outdoor Flea Market: The oldest, continually operating flea market in Rhode Island, occurring weekends through October 13. Charlestown

Stargazing Nights at Frosty Drew Observatory: On clear Friday evenings head to what Yankee Magazine called the “Best Stargazing in New England.” See the rings of Saturn, Milky Way, and more, conditions permitting. Charlestown


September

Through September 27
Coming Home Exhibit: Artists’ Cooperative Gallery of Westerly presents artwork based on the vision of home and peace, in honor of 80 years since the start of WWII. 

Through September 29
The Hollow: The Granite Theatre puts on this production of Agatha Christie’s murder mystery, involving a string of romantic connections that make everyone a suspect. Westerly

September 12-October 6
A Doll’s House Part 2: This Gamm Theatre production continues the 19th century drama of a Norwegian housewife who walked out on her family, this time following her new life and her grapples with marriage and gender inequality. Warwick

September 13-October 4
The Skriker: This play at Contemporary Theater Company is steeped in fantasy and horror, examining modern struggles like depression through the story of two teenage girls and an ancient fairy. Wakefield

September 13-October 6
7th Annual Poetry & Art: Wickford Art Association’s exhibit showcases the reciprocal relationship between poetry and art, featuring 40 original poems inspired by 40 works of art. 

September 21
Jamestown Rhode Race: From Narragansett Bay to Newport Bridge and Watson Farm to Jamestown proper, this race takes participants on a scenic tour of Conanicut Island. 

September 27-29
Experience Block Island: Formerly the Taste of Block Island Weekend, sample all the island has to offer, from dining and shopping to beaches and lodgings.

September 29
Ocean State Tour de Cure: Bringing cyclists, runners, and walkers of all abilities together under one mission: to raise awareness and funds for the American Diabetes Association. Kingston

October

October 4-6
Audubon Birding Weekend: Block Island is the place to be for spotting migratory birds as they make their way south for the winter. 

October 5
Oktoberfest: It’s cheers to German culture during this heritage festival famously known for its endless steins of beer. Wakefield

October 12
Apple Fest: A day dedicated to showcasing New England’s favorite fall fruit – including a pie contest. Saunderstown

October 13
Block Island Half Marathon: Enjoy a workout with a view as this half marathon takes you past beach dunes, the North Lighthouse, and rolling pastures. 

October 18-20
Ninigret Quilters 2019 Quilt Show: Learn the ins and outs of the quilting craft, plus enter a raffle to win this year’s Ocean Sunset quilt. Westerly

October 19
Exeter Fall Festival: Enjoy good old fashioned family fun with pumpkin painting, carnival games, food, and performances. 

Guy Fawkes Bonfire: The Misquamicut Players re-enact the Monty Python parody of Guy Fawkes’ attempt to blow up Parliament in 1605. With a bonfire and a comedic act you don’t want to miss, this night on Block Island will be full of laughs. 

Harvest Festival: Family fun at Smith’s Castle, featuring games, music, and treats like apple crisp. North Kingstown

Pumpkin Festival: Head down to Kinney Bungalow for hayrides, pumpkin painting, exhibits, and fall desserts! Narragansett

October 20-27
Westerly Restaurant Week: Relish three-course price fixed meals from your favorite eateries, or expand your palate with something new. 

October 25-31
Wicked Wickford Week: This wicked Halloween week in Wickford is fun for the whole family! Enjoy events such as crafts, trick-or-treating, and a parade. 

October 26-27
West Bay Open Studios: Meander through North Kingstown, Warwick, and East Greenwich during a self-guided tour of artists and their maker spaces. 

Fall Bushel List: Central Rhode Island

Fall fun in Central Rhode Island!

All Autumn Long

Bring Your Own Improv: This interactive improv show welcomes voluntary audience participation. Applaud for a scene you like, yell out suggestions, or if you feel you're ready, join on stage. Recurring Fridays through November 29, Warwick

Warwick Food Truck Nights: Sip and savor from your favorite food vendors as they take over locations around Warwick every third Thursday of the month through October 17. 

September

September 14-15
Apple Festival: Nothing signals the start of fall quite like the apple. To celebrate, thousands flock to Memorial Park for apple pies, contests, and artisan row. Johnston

September 28
Heritage Day: The Providence Brigade Band serenades the crowd at The Paine House Museum during this historic bash featuring craft vendors, colonial activities, and tour. Coventry

September 29
Harvest Supper: Enjoy a catered dinner under a tent at Clouds Hill Museum. This year’s theme? “Harvest of Land and Sea.” Warwick

October

October 11-13
Annual Cowboy Rendezvous at Stepping Stone Ranch: Ride horses through the beautiful Stepping Stone Ranch for this cowboy rendezvous. West Greenwich

October 12
Warwick Firefighters 5K: Join local firefighters and their families for a road race to promote overall health, wellness, and a healthy lifestyle. 

October 17
Empty Bowls: A Benefit for the RI Community Food Bank: Artists, restaurants, and community members gather together to help end hunger. Cranston

October 18
Rocky Horror Picture Show: RKO Army presents the cult classic from screen to stage in this interactive event. East Greenwich

October 25
Charlie the Butler Ghost Party: The Cranston Historical Society invites you to a frighteningly fun night with Jared the Magician and Mentalist inside the decorated Sprague Mansion. Costumes optional. 

October 26
Beervana Fest: The historic Rhodes on the Pawtuxet will host a beer fest with samples of beer from local breweries. Enjoy tasting, learning about, and appreciating the art of craft beer. 

October 27
Kids Expo & Halloween Costume Contest: This affordable and positively impactful event is not only a fun way to celebrate the Halloween holiday, but also a great way to get in touch with different programs and businesses that support children’s health and learning. West Warwick

November

November 9-10
Armenian Fest 2019: Enjoy two nights of Armenian delicacies like kufta, shish kebab, and losh, along with live music, crafts, and jewelry. Cranston

Fall Bushel List: Northern Rhode Island

Fall fun in Northern Rhode Island!

All Autumn Long

Classic Car Cruise Night: Step back in time at A&W Smithfield on Tuesday evenings for car-hop service and a weekly assembly of autos, hosted by radio personality Cruisin’ Bruce Palmer.

Seven Cedars Farm Haunted Hayride: Ride through a mile long trail that twists and turns through the farm’s haunted woods for a Halloween experience you won't soon forget. Friday, Saturdays, and Sundays in October, Smithfield

Trivia at the Guild: Test your trivia knowledge every Tuesday night at this laid-back and spacious tap room. Through November 12, Pawtucket

September

September 21
Great Pumpkin Festival: Experience the start of the crisp autumn season with an always exciting family fun event! Celebrate everything pumpkin with contests, food vendors, live entertainment, and community organizations. North Smithfield

Rhode Island Heritage Day Festival: Bringing back all the usual fanfare – multicultural fashion show, traditional music and dance, arts and crafts, kid’s area and face painting, and food trucks – to a new location. Pawtucket

Seven Cedars Farm Fall Festival: An annual event that includes a marketplace of crafters and vendors. Held 10-4pm. Rain date: September 28. Smithfield

September 22-28
Pawtucket & Central Falls Restaurant Week: Flavor comes first during this seven-day celebration of all things food. Featuring American, Asian, Cape Verdean, Irish, Italian, Latin American, and Indian cuisine. 

September 28-29
Oktoberfest: With music, dancing, food, and beer all from the German culture, this festival is a great time even for non-German Rhode Islanders. Pawtucket

October

October 9
Corn Husk Pumpkins and Witches Workshop: This event allows you to make your own corn husk witch or pumpkin with all the materials you need and refreshments available. Smithfield

October 11-14
Woonsocket AutumnFest: AutumnFest is packed full of fun, with amusement park rides, food and art vendors, and of course the AutumnFest Parade on the 14th. 

October 19
Train Excursion through Blackstone Valley: Hop aboard for a scenic train ride through the Blackstone Valley! Beginning at the Blackstone Valley Train Depot in Woonsocket, you’ll enjoy a 2-hour train ride through Worcester, MA. Then off to Putnam, CT for an afternoon filled with fun! 

2019 Glocester Scarecrow Festival: From 9am-4pm, this scarecrow competition also offers hot cider and other treats along with entertainment throughout the day. And the best part, all scarecrows stay on display until November 3. Chepachet

Halloween Party: Support St. Ann Arts and Cultural Center by joining in on a fun party including dancing, a food buffet, costume contests, and more! Woonsocket

Fall Train Excursion: All aboard in Woonsocket for a train trip that takes you through Worcester, MA, to the Great Pumpkin Festival in Putnam, CT, and then back to Woonsocket again. 

October 20
42nd Street Magic at the Assembly Theater: Come see Matt Roberts and his hit show from New York City for an evening of magic and laughter. Harrisville

November

November 3
Sunday Night Jam: Can’t let go of the weekend? Head to Murphy’s Law Irish Pub for weekly Sunday evening sessions with guests and notable local talent. Pawtucket

November 6
Primitive Christmas Garlands Workshop: Visit the Smith-Appleby House for an evening of holiday crafting and refreshments. Be sure to reserve your spot. Smithfield

November 10
Historic House Tours: Fall is the perfect time to discover Lincoln’s Great Road Historic District. Enjoy guided tours given by costumed volunteers, from 1-4pm.

Fall Bushel List: Providence

Fall fun in Providence!

All Autumn Long

Benefit Street: A Mile of History: Learn from experts about the 18th and 19th century homes lining this one-mile stretch of the city. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays through October 31

Brown University Football: Watch the Brown Bears throw around the pigskin at their games all fall long on home turf. Varying dates

Food Truck Fridays: Craving that street taco and an evening outdoors? Roger Williams Park Zoo hosts local food trucks doling out street fare at Carousel Village. Every Friday through September 27

Haunted Boat Tours: Take a spooky boat tour and learn about the many restless souls that haunt the streets and rivers of Providence. On Wednesdays through October 30

Hope Street Farmers Market: Fruits, veggies, and other culinary amenities abound at the farmers market in Lippitt Park. Saturdays through October 26

Providence Artisans Market: Artists from all over Southern New England convene at Lippitt Park to display their fine crafts, jewelry, paintings, and more. On Saturdays at Lippitt Park through October

Providence Flea: Take a leisurely Sunday stroll down South Water Street through tents of vintage clothing and decor, live music, food trucks, and local nonprofits. Sundays through September 29

WaterFire: This iconic Providence tradition never gets old. Take a date, family, or out-of-towners to see the river set ablaze and meander through the artisanal market while you’re there. September 28, October 5, and November 2

September

September 12-21
Design Week RI: Ten days. Multiple events. One mission. Showcasing the innovation and economic impact of the design sector in the state through a series of curated events featuring RI talent. 

September 14-October 20
The Prince of Providence: His infamous legacy continues as the life of Buddy Cianci appears onstage at Trinity Rep. 

September 18-21
STYLEWEEK: Fashionistas, it’s the week you’ve been waiting for: New England’s premier fashion week brings local, national, and international designers together on the Rhody runway. 

September 21
Pet Walk 2019: Raise money for shelter animals while spending time with your own roaming through Roger Williams Park and exploring the many vendors, activities, and snacks – even a costume contest! 

September 26
Ensemble/Parallax: This contemporary music and multimedia consort plays masterworks alongside avant-garde, and kicks off its newest season at Rhode Island College.

September 29-October 5
Jimmy Buffet’s Escape to Margaritaville: Set your mind on island time for a hilarious and heartwarming musical with unforgettable songs. 

October

October 5
Fall Fest and Craft Fair: Support the Henry Barnard School at Rhode Island College for their fundraiser fair, featuring a color run before the event. 

October 5
TEDxProvidence: Now in its eighth year, TEDx comes back to Providence, inviting talented speakers to address the central theme: Advance. 

October 3-November 3
Jack-o-Lantern Spectacular: Take a stroll through Rhody’s favorite pumpkin patch as it’s lined with thousands of masterfully carved, candlelit gourds. 

October 10
Daedalus Quartet: This string quartet has performed in the world’s leading concert halls, and makes a stop at McVinney Auditorium.

October 11
Ray LaMontagne: Catch the American singer/songwriter’s acoustic tour as it stops at PPAC. 

October 15
The Halloween Show at AS220: Get into the Halloween spirit with AS220 during a concert featuring Truth Bypassed, Nadine Luchon, and Stone Nobles. Costumes welcomed! 

October 19
Halloween Iron Pour: Sparks fly at The Steel Yard as crews pour over 2,500 pounds of molten iron to make a series of sculptures come to life. 

October 26
Spooky Zoo at Roger Williams Park: Enjoy a fun, Halloween-themed day at the zoo with daytime outdoor activities, trick-or-treating, animal encounters, and so much more! 

October 29-November 10
Aladdin: Discover a whole new world at PPAC through the Broadway production of Disney’s Arabian classic. 

October 30
Marc Trachtenberg and The Ladies of Lounge: It’s a grown-up Halloween party at Lippitt House featuring happy hour concert, cash bar, and snacks. 

Haunted House of Political Horrors: RI NOW hosts a night of games, costume contests, Halloween drinks, food, and more with a political twist. 

October 31
Halloween Parade at Brown Street Park: It’s all about the kiddos at this fun autumn bash. Find pizza, crafts, games, brass band, and, of course, a parade. 

November

November 1-30
LORD of the PIES: Presented by RI Food Fights, this 7th annual pizza-off gives you the chance to sample over 20 different pizza slices made all over Rhode Island in search of the best. Varying locations through November

November 1-3
Rhode Island Comic Con: Experience your favorite comic book characters, celebrity guests, and dozens of events and exhibits. 

November 8-10
Art Providence Show: Formerly known as the RISD Annual Holiday sale, this is a juried exhibition of art, crafts, and design by RISD alumni, New England makers, and beyond. 

November 9-10
Providence Fall Home Show: This two-day event features all types of home vendors and builders, landscape architects, and remodelers ready to help you design that dream home. 

Haunted Attractions

Get your haunt on statewide

Beware – these Rhody haunts are not for the faint of heart. If you’re a thrill-seeker, check out any of these eight stops for a scare.

13th World
4097 Diamond Hill Road, Cumberland

Factory of Terror
3 Bridal Avenue, West Warwick

Field of Screams
179 Plain Meeting House Road, West Greenwich

Fortress of Nightmares
90 Fort Adams Drive, Newport

The Haunted Labyrinth
804 Dyer Avenue, Cranston

Scary Acres RI
2150 Scituate Avenue, Hope

Seven Cedars Farm
20 John Mowry Road, Smithfield

Slater Park Haunted Tunnel
Slater Memorial Park, Pawtucket

Apple Orchards

Where to find dem apples across RI

Apple picking is a timeless, treasured fall tradition, and lucky for us, rural Rhode Island is ripe with farms full of McIntosh, Macouns, and more.

Appleland Orchard
135 Smith Avenue, Greenville

Barden Family Orchard
56 Elmdale Road, Scituate

Dame Farm & Orchards
91B Brown Avenue, Johnston

Elwood Orchard
58 Snake Hill Road, North Scituate

Fraser Orchard & Tree Farm
135 Carr's Trail, Western Coventry

Harmony Farms
387 Saw Mill Road, North Scituate

Hill Orchards
86 Winsor Avenue, Johnston

Indian Rock Farm RI
9 Burnt Hill Road, Scituate

Jaswell’s Farm
50 Swan Road, Smithfield

Knight Farm
1 Snake Hill Rd, North Scituate

Narrow Lane Orchard
213 Narrow Ln, North Kingstown

Old Stone Orchard
33 Colebrook Road, Little Compton

Phantom Farms
2920 Diamond Hill Road, Cumberland
333-2240

Pippin Orchard
751 Pippin Orchard Road, Cranston

Rocky Brook Orchard
997 Wapping Road, Middletown

Steere Orchard
150 Austin Avenue, Greenville

Sunset Orchards
244 Gleaner Chapel Road, North Scituate

Sweet Berry Farm
915 Mitchell’s Lane, Middletown

Pumpkins Galore

Pick the perfect pumpkin

Whether you like ‘em tall and skinny or squat and wide, painted, carved, or left as-is,
no fall is complete without that perfect pumpkin. Here’s 35 places to find yours!

Adam’s Farm
495 Sumner Brown Road, Cumberland

Appleland Orchard
135 Smith Avenue, Greenville

Barden Family Orchard
56 Elmdale Road, North Scituate

Carpenter’s Farm
520 Matunuck Beach Road, South Kingstown

Clark Farms
711 Kingstown Road, Wakefield
2984 Commodore Perry Hwy, Matunuck

Confreda Greenhouses & Farms
2150 Scituate Avenue, Hope

Cucumber Hill Farm
39 Cucumber Hill Road, Foster

Dame Farm & Orchards
91B Brown Avenue, Johnston

DeCastro Farms
1780 East Main Road, Portsmouth

Escobar’s Farm
133 Middle Road, Portsmouth

Elwood Orchard
58 Snake Hill Road, North Scituate

Festival Farm
2 Canonchet Road, Hope Valley

Frerichs Farm
43 Kinnicutt Avenue, Warren

Goodwin Brothers Farm Stand
458 Greenville Road, North Smithfield

Healey's Farm
1100 Lafayette Road, North Kingstown

Highland Farm
4235 Tower Hill Road, Wakefield

Hill Orchards
86 Winsor Avenue, Johnston

Jaswell’s Farm
50 Swan Road, Smithfield

Leach Farm & Orchard
147 Austin Ave, Greenville
862-5156

Manfredi Farms
77 Dunns Corner Road, Westerly

Mapleville Farm
544 Victory Highway, Mapleville

Morris Farm
2779 Warwick Avenue, Warwick

Old Stone Orchard
33 Colebrook Road, Little Compton

Pezza Farm
2279 Plainfield Pike, Johnston

Pippin Orchard
751 Pippin Orchard Road, Cranston

Rambone Brothers Farm & Greenhouses
2153 Plainfield Pike, Rear, Johnston

Quonset View Farm
895 Middle Road, Portsmouth

Salisbury Farm
11 Peck Hill Road, Johnston

Schartner Farms
One Arnold Place, Exeter

Spring Hill Sugar House
522 Gardner Road, Richmond

Stamp Farms
1 Stamp Place, Exeter

Steere Orchard
150 Austin Avenue, Greenville

Sweet Berry Farm
915 Mitchell’s Lane, Middletown

The Farmer’s Daughter
716 Mooresfield Road, South Kingstown

Young Family Farm
260 West Main Road, Little Compton

Corn Mazes

Get lost in a corn maze

Tackle any of these corn mazes for an awesome autumn adventure.

Adam’s Farm
495 Sumner Brown Road, Cumberland

Clark Farms
2984 Commodore Perry Highway, South Kingstown

Confreda Greenhouses & Farms
2150 Scituate Avenue, Hope

Cucumber Hill Farm
39 Cucumber Hill Road, Foster

Dame Farm & Orchard
91B Brown Avenue, Johnston

Escobar Farm
255 Middle Road, Portsmouth

Highland Farm
4235 Tower Hill Road, Wakefield

Manfredi Farms
59 Dunns Corner Bradford Road, Westerly

Morris Farm
2779 Warwick Avenue, Warwick

Salisbury Farm
11 Peck Hill Road, Johnston

Spring Hill Sugar House
522 Gardner Road, Exeter