A list of all the pumpkin patches in Colorado for you to visit during this fall season!
Sweater weather is right around the corner, and what better way to spend your fall weekends in Colorado than with a visit to one of the many pumpkin patches throughout the state. Many of the pumpkin patches also offer a wide range of activities, from corn mazes to hayrides, petting zoos, and more! Check out this list of all of the pumpkin patches in Colorado and start planning the fall festivities!
Anderson's Patchwork Pumpkins has a large pumpkin patch for you and your kiddos to explore, as well as a tractor and hayrides. It makes a great place for a family visit this fall!
Malara Gardens, Arvada
Malara Gardens in Arvada has an indoor pumpkin patch with a straw bale maze for the fall season. They also have corn stocks, apple cider, and "spooky decorations" to fulfill your autumn needs.
Mile High Farms, Bennett
Mile High Farms in Bennett has a wide range of fall activities for the entire family to enjoy. Tickets will get you access to two different corn mazes, an antique tractor ride to and from the pumpkin patch, farm animals, play and bouncy castles, live performances, and much more.
Munson Farms, Boulder
Munson Farms in Boulder is open daily and runs through October. For the fall time, they have a pumpkin patch, hayrides and a corn maze for family fun!
Rock Creek Farm, Broomfield
Rock Creek Farm in Boulder has "U-Pick-Em Pumpkins" and over six miles of corn mazes to explore for the fall. Admission to the Farm is always free, which is all the more reason to go!
Courtesy of Diana's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze (Facebook)
Diana's Pumpkin Patch, Canon City
Diana's Pumpkin Patch has so much to offer this fall season for family fun. There are countless activities, including a hayride, duck races, and a corn maze that is different each year. This year, their corn maze design is The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown, which includes a lot of trails, but is not too complicated.
Tagawa Gardens, Centennial
At Tagawa Gardens, there are three weekends of pumpkin patch family fun in October. There are numerous activities each weekend, and while most activities require tickets, admission and special events are free.
Long Neck Pumpkin Farm, Colorado Springs
Long Neck Pumpkin Farm not only has a pumpkin patch, but there are also hayrides, duck races, bean bag toss, farm animals, and more! Admission is $10 per person, which includes all activities.
Falfa Pumpkin Patch, Durango
Falfa Pumpkin Patch is one-acre of adorable, close family fun. They offer a pumpkin patch, and a static train with a slide for the kids to play on.
Spooky's Pumpkin Patch, Fort Collins
Grab a pumpkin that's perfect for carving at Spooky's Pumpkin Patch! They have a wide selection of pumpkin size, as well as decorations to spruce up your fall home displays. It's free to walk through the patch, and all pumpkins have their prices underneath so you know what you are paying for what you pick.
Courtesy of Jack Lantern's Northern Colorado Corn Maze (Facebook)
Jack Lantern's Corn Maze, Fort Collins
Jack Lantern's Corn Maze has two pumpkin patches, corn mazes, farm animals, a bounce house, and more. They even have a spooky nighttime haunted corn maze and haunted hayride from dusk till closing.
The Bartels Farm, Fort Collins
At the Bartel's Farm pumpkin patch, you can also enjoy punkin' chunkin' and farm animals for free. Admission and parking are also free. There are also hayrides and a corn maze.
Lone Creek Farms, Franktown
Lone Creek Farms has over a dozen attractions for the fall season. Attractions include a pumpkin patch, hayrides, panning for gold, zip lines, rubber duck races, and so much more.
Moon Farm, Fruita
Moon Farm has a pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayrides, and more! They also have a Haunted Castle and a Creepy Clown House for those looking for a scary Halloween experience.
Lower Valley Pumpkin Patch, Fruita
Lower Valley Pumpkin Patch offers free admission, a pumpkin patch and a play area for kids to enjoy! According to their site, they "offer a wide variety of pumpkins at the most affordable prices in town. In addition to our pumpkins we have decorative flint corn, corn stalks, and straw bales."
Courtesy of Studt's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze (Facebook)
Studt's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze, Grand Junction
Studt's has a pumpkin patch with all different sizes to choose from! They also have a PumpkinFest on October 27 with a bunch of pumpkin-related activities, candy, and prizes.
Mazzotti Farms, Hudson
At Mazzotti Farms, you and your family can experience a pumpkin patch, corn maze, petting zoo, and even create your own scarecrow.
Fritzler Farm Park, La Salle
Fritzler Farm Park hosts an annual fall festival with corn mazes to be envious of. There are over 15 attractions to enjoy at their festival, including a pumpkin patch, pig races, pumpkin cannon, and more.
Cottonwood Farms, Lafayette
Visit Cottonwood Farms for all sorts of fall fun activities, including a pumpkin patch (of course), a corn maze, hay bale maze, farm animals, and more.
Everitt Farms, Lakewood
Everitt Farms may not be a pick your own pumpkin patch, however, their prices are good. They bring their pumpkins to their farm stand from the last weekend in September through Halloween. Their pumpkins are priced from $1 for a mini pumpkin to $12 for a large one.
Mueller's Little Farm, Littleton
Mueller's Little Farm opens for three weekends in October. They have all sorts of activities, including pumpkins, face painting, and food. Also, there's no admission fee if you buy a pumpkin!
Courtesy of Denver Botanic Gardens (Facebook)
Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms, Littleton
The Fall Festival at the Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms is a Colorado famous attraction. With a 10-acre pumpkin patch, carnival games, and horse-drawn hayrides (to name a few), there are endless fall activities to enjoy.
Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Patch, Longmont
Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Patch has pony rides, a hay maze, a petting zoo, a fire truck slide, and more! Admission and parking are free, and tickets are $1 each for activities.
7th Generation Farm, Louisville
At 7th Generation Farm, there's a pumpkin patch, hay bale maze, tractor hayrides, and more! Their pumpkin patch will be open throughout the month of October.
River Ranch Farms, Loveland
River Ranch Farms has a pumpkin patch that is open every day this fall through October 31. Admission to the patch is free.
Courtesy of Colorado Pumpkin Patch (Facebook)
Osborn Farm, Loveland
Visit Osborn Farm for a pumpkin patch with hayrides and vendors. The hayrides and vendors are only available on the weekends, however. Parking and admission are free.
Pumpkin Pickin' Paradise, Milliken
Pumpkin Pickin' Paradise offers pumpkins priced by size instead of weight, which has the possibility to make them a more affordable option on your pumpkin hunting this season. They also offer a haunted maze, a store, a haunted shack, and more!
Colorado Pumpkin Patch, Monument
Colorado Pumpkin Patch in Monument has all sorts of fall activities to enjoy this season, including tractor hayrides, a kids straw maze, and human foosball.
New Castle Gardens, New Castle
The New Castle Gardens has a pumpkin patch and over a dozen activities, including putt-putt and haunted hayrides.
Flat Acres Farms, Parker
Flat Acres Farms has a pumpkin patch, corn maze, petting zoo, corn hole, and more fun fall activities to enjoy. Their website states that "every visitor to the Fall Festival will receive either a free Mini Pumpkin or Mini Gourd!!!"
Courtesy of Flat Acres Farm (Facebook)
Schweiger Ranch, Parker
Schweiger Ranch will host the Lone Tree Fall Festival on October 5. There will be a pumpkin patch, hayrides, a petting zoo, and more. According to the Ranch, "There’s something festive for everyone in your family, compliments of the RidgeGate community and the City of Lone Tree."
Harvest Days, Pueblo
Harvest Days hosts a pumpkin patch, hayrides, a petting zoo, and more fun fall activities for the entire family. Admission is $10 per person and includes a pumpkin and all the activities.
Pantaleo Farms, Pueblo
The Great Pumpkin Patch and Pantaleo Farms offer free admission and free hayrides, and plenty of other activities along with concessions. They will be open during various days throughout October, with varying times as well.
Maize in the City, Thornton
Maize in the City has an array of attractions, including a pumpkin patch, corn maze, mini train, pony rides, and more! The pumpkin patch, playground, and corn kernel box are free to use, while the other attractions have their own costs—nothing comes out to more than a few dollars, though.
When you're done picking out your pumpkin, swing by one of these six corn mazes in Colorado!
Which pumpkin patch in Colorado is your favorite to visit? Were there any that we missed? Let us know in the comments!