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What started as a backyard hobby has blossomed into a diverse full-grown pumpkin and flower patch operation!

In 2011, Libby's Pumpkin Patch started selling pumpkins off their porch but after a few years, people wanted more. After partnering with fellow family members, growing more crops, and expanding to a new barn across the street, it has flourished ever since.  

Photo: The owner's daughter, Libby, holds the namesake and inspiration for the patch. Today, she helps out the family on the farm and attends Ohio University.

A girl stands next to a vintage tractor at Libby's Pumpkin Patch in Albany, Ohio.
A man stands next to an antique tractor at Libby's Pumpkin Patch in Albany, Ohio.


Our three-acre pumpkin patch is full of many varieties of pumpkins. We use cover crops to promote plant health and improve soil quality. We also look for innovative ways to improve crop production while minimizing material and maintaining a sustainable operation.

Photo: Co-owner, Kevin Lewis, poses with a 1942 Ford 2N wartime antique tractor that sits on the property.

Source: Backdrop Magazine


A field of pumpkins at Libby's Pumpkin Patch in Albany, Ohio
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October 26, 2022

"Libby’s Pumpkin Patch offers fall fun for Southeast Ohio"

A scarecrow overlooks a pumpkin patch field as the sun sets at Libby's Pumpkin Patch
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September 19, 2022

"Best Pumpkin Patches in Ohio"

A family stands next to the sign at Libby's Pumpkin Patch.
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October, 2021

"Libby's Pumpkin Patch Celebrates its Ten Year Anniversary"

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October 16, 2018

"Autumn Opportunities for Agrotourism at Libby's Pumpkin Patch"

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