Fall at Meadowlark Farm | You-Pick Orchard, Pumpkin Patch, Live Music, & Hard Cider


Fall 2022 – Meadowlark Farm, Pick-Your-Own Apple Orchard, and Pumpkin Patch, near Wichita in Rosehill, KS, is ready for visitors! With apple picking, a pumpkin patch in October, cider pressing days, live music, and more – this is a great autumn experience for the entire family. 

Meadowlark Farm You-Pick Orchard and FarmLocation:

11249 SW 160th St.
Rose Hill, KS 67133


Wednesdays – Sundays, 10am-5pm


Admission to the farm (pumpkin patch and/or orchard) is $2.50/person 13yrs and over

Meadowlark You-Pick Orchard and FarmApple You-Picks

The Meadowlark apple orchard comprises more than 2000 trees, of more than 20 apple varieties.  The earliest apples ripen in July, and latest ripen in November, allowing local families to pick-your-own for four months each season. As each apple variety ripens, Meadowlark Farm posts a description on their Facebook Page.

Pumpkin Patch

This is a true autumn farm experience with pumpkins on the vine! Bring your own knife or shears to cut these pumpkins off the vine. Walk through the apple orchard on the way to the pumpkin patch and pick some late apples from trees bursting with fruit, then get your pumpkins and ride back to the farm store on the antique hayrack ride.


  • Many varieties of apples from August through November
  • Apple orchard adjacent where pumpkin patch visitors can pick apples
  • Occasional live music in the evenings that can be combined with evening apple picking with cooler temperatures and nice light for awesome photos – watch for Facebook posts!
  • Hard cider on tap, can be enjoyed on the deck
  • Live music on Saturday evenings from 5-7pm
  • Fresh pressed apple cider on Saturdays (weather permitting), check Facebook page for details
  • Baby Goats
  • Picnic shelters/tables/safe, pleasant environment/playset for kids
  • Pumpkin patch in October
  • Snacks available, but bring your own picnics are welcome
  • Families can enjoy strawberry picking in May, and peach picking in July and August

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