Fall in LA begins with chillier mornings and crunchy leaves underfoot, and before you know it, LA pumpkin patch season is here! Check out this freshly picked list of pumpkin patches near you and get ready for some “gourd” ol’ fashioned family fun!Less
Underwood’s beloved Fall Harvest Festival returns this year with family favorites like pick-your-own pumpkins (and other fruits and vegetables!), wagon rides to and from the fields, countless photo ops, corn mazes, a hay pyramid, harvester slide, animal experiences, and themed weekends with live entertainment! With 50 acres of scenic farmland to explore, there’s plenty of room to spread out and enjoy yourselves!
A new location this year but the same fun you come to expect. At Shawn's, your city mouse can turn into a country mouse and experience the hunt for that perfect, long-stemmed, “chubby-faced” pumpkin! And as always, Shawns packs in extra fun with activities like a train, petting zoo, inflatable slide and bouncer, pony rides, carnival games, and more. Weekdays and early weekend mornings are the best times to beat the lines (and the heat).
Take a wagon ride to fields of pumpkin varieties, like their carriage-shaped Cinderellas, deep-ribbed Fairytales, smooth white Polar Bears, and spooky blue Jarrahdales. Then, top off the fun with a visit to their barnyard for animal encounters and a stop at their produce stand, turned harvest holiday bazaar. And starting at noon on Fri. and throughout the weekend, Tanaka brings out their pumpkin cannon, ATV rides, food vendors and more!
Irvine Park Railroad’s Pumpkin Patch is fun for the entire family. Located just behind the train station, admission is free (although there is a park entrance fee, charged by the County of Orange for each vehicle that enters Irvine Regional Park). If you plan to visit on busy weekends, plan to arrive early in the morning to help avoid park entrance and parking delays.
Is it a pumpkin patch, animal farm, country fair, or garden oasis? Answer: Yes. If you’re looking for an escape from the city (and are up for a 60-90 minute drive), this destination is a must—Plus, it's close to the best apple picking around! There’s something for everyone here: From autumn fields, bursting with sunflowers and pumpkins; to carnival food, rides, and games; animal attractions; and photo ops galore. It's also the largest pumpkin patch in all of San Bernardino County.
Today, Santa’s Village (a.k.a. Skypark at Santa’s Village) is an adventure theme park, offering biking, fishing, archery, ziplining, bouldering, mining, and much more alpine fun for the whole family! And during the Pumpkins in the Pines festival, Skypark treats guests to a fall celebration with special events like park-wide trick-or-treating; pumpkin painting in Santa’s Workshop, costume contests, light shows, themed skate parties, seasonal characters, and holiday treats throughout the park.
This well-loved pumpkin patch is a westside institution, drawing fans from near and far for thrills and chills since 1987. It’s even become somewhat of a celebrity haunt (pun intended!). Experience everything from valet parking to complimentary wagons and photo ops galore at Pumpkin Village and hoist yourself up onto their giant rocking horses. Activity tickets are also available for a full slate of attractions like pony rides, super slides, face painting, bounce houses, and a petting zoo.
This farm-fresh market stand (known for its signature tomatoes, corn, strawberries, and stone fruit) will transform into a pumpkin patch come Oct. 1st. Their famous corn maze is returning this year where guests can wind and giggle their way through five acres of corn stalks. There will also be pony rides, a petting zoo, and a tractor-pulled train ride around the field. The patch itself will also be carefully decorated, perfect for snapping a few festive photos.
Head here for a pumpkin patch filled with activities for all ages to enjoy that you won't find anywhere else. In addition to bounce houses and slide inflatables, an inflatable rock climb, a Euro bungee jump, and obstacle course, we've got our eyes on the lighted scooter track (age 5 & up) and Giant Tricycle Track. Read that again: A Giant Tricycle race track made just for big kids and adults (age 8 & up). It looks as fun as it sounds.
Check out "Carved," a family-friendly event for all ages. Even though this isn't a buy-a-pumpkin event, you can get inspired by the hundreds of carved pumpkins that light up a 1-mile walk through Camellia Forest and Oak Grove. There will also be new, oversized photo ops with sculptures made of sticks and other natural materials. And don't miss out on exploring the whole garden, including their popular Pumpkin House and and hay maze; and enjoy themed food available on-site.