Rogate Pumpkin Patch And All Its Wonders Return This Autumn - The Directory Group

Rogate Pumpkin Patch and all its wonders return this Autumn


The annual pumpkin-themed outdoors event will magically reappear this October. The attraction is open every day from Friday 14th through to Sunday 30th at the family-run, nestled beautifully in the Southdowns National Park, in Rogate, Hampshire.

More than a pick your own, Rogate Pumpkin Patch is a wonderful world of everything spooky and pumpkin. Charming many visitors of all ages every year, the carefully curated and unique attractions are designed not only for imaginative play but are also the perfect backdrop for fabulous photos and memories to share.

“Our ethos is based around creating a wonderful day out for pumpkin pickers of all ages, which is a sustainable and authentic experience.  Our local multi-talented creative team, who are all local friends, young adults and family, reuse and recycle materials to create all the attractions and unique installations for the event.”   “We are very fortunate to list in such a beautiful area and giving children the opportunity to be outside and sharing what we see everyday is our passion”.  Sophie & Pete Davey, Owners, The Rogate Pumpkin Patch.

Attractions include Merlin’s Wood, Dracula’s Estate, Pumpkin Garden and the Bubble Witch. Plus the Spooky Sunflower Trail with its individual creations for visitors to seek out such as Dorothy’s House, The Hobbit Hole and the Box Troll Eyes. Additional activities like Pumpkin Skittles Alley, Pumpkin Slingshot and the Pumpkin Shy are designed for the whole family to enjoy.

Visitors are encouraged to make a day of it and indulge in one of the many street food options from the different caterers on site. There is also the Spooky Shop to visit, filled with a huge choice of pumpkin decorations.

The pumpkin patch itself has 25 different varieties of pumpkin, gourd and squash ranging from munchkin to monster in size for visitors to pick directly from the field. 


The Directory Group covers the following areas within Hampshire and West Sussex: Petersfield, Clanfield, Hornden, Cowplain, Waterlooville, Denmead, Purbrook, Widley, Farlington, Cosham, Drayton, Havant, Rowlands Castle, Hayling Island, Emsworth, Southbourne, Westbourne and Bosham.