Nashville Fall Festival: Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, and Fall Fun

November 9, 2022 | Advertising Disclosure | Our Partners may be mentioned in this article.

The inaugural Nashville Fall Festival is September 24, 2022 through October 31, 2022, at 8687 Old Harding Pike. Nashville Fall Festival is the newest fall experience in Music City on a 70-acre farm along the South Harpeth River, offering an elaborate corn maze, a pumpkin patch, hayrides, kids activities, fall decorations, hot air balloon rides on select dates, and over 86 different varieties of pumpkins for sale. Nashville Fall Festival is open Friday through Sunday (except October 21-24, 2022).

What to Expect:

  • Corn maze
  • JUST ADDED: Flashlight Night on Friday and Saturday nights (navigate the corn maze with a flashlight!)
  • JUST ADDED: Old Tyme farming exhibition on Saturday from 1:00pm to 6:00pm
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Hayrides
  • Pumpkins (over 86 different varieties!)
  • Playground
  • Tractor Tire Mountain
  • Corn “sand” box
  • Pumpkin bowling
  • Tire swings
  • Fall decorations and plants for sale (corn stalks, hay bales, fresh apples, mums, potted plants)
  • Private bookings for groups, photo sessions, and more (text 706 -531-6781 for private booking inquiries)
  • Hot air balloon rides on select dates


  • Address: 8687 Old Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37221 (map/directions)
  • Hours:
    Friday: 3:00pm – 9:00pm
    — Flashlight Night until 9:00pm (bring a flash light to navigate the corn maze!)
    Saturday: 9:00am – 9:00pm
    — Old-tyme farming exhibition from 1:00pm to 6:00pm
    — Flashlight Night until 9:00pm (bring a flash light to navigate the corn maze!)
    — Live bluegrass and country music
    Sunday: Noon – 7:00pm
    — Live bluegrass and country music
  • Admission: 
    $20 – Adults
    $10 – Child (7-17)
    FREE – 6 and under
    *Select activities and items are an additional fee; see website for details
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