Are you thinking about heading to a pumpkin patch this weekend? We have a list of places for you that have pumpkin patches in metro Phoenix.
MacDonald’s Ranch Pumpkin Patch
26540 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale (SW corner of Jomax Rd. & Scottsdale Rd.)
Ends October 31. Hours are from 9 am to 6 pm daily Wednesdays through Mondays, closed Tuesdays.
We’ll be heading to MacDonald’s Ranch on Saturday with some friends. One of the main reasons we’re going here is to try something new, but the price is also better than some of the other options, and they have pony rides. General admission is a $10 entrance fee per person on weekdays, $15 per person on Saturdays and Sundays, one year and younger can enter for free. Get details on the MacDonald’s Ranch web site.
The Great Pumpkin Festival – Desert Botanical Garden
Papago Park, Phoenix Ends October 26, 2014 | Thursday & Friday: 8:30 am – 12 pm Saturday & Sunday: 8:30 am – 3 pm Friday, and on Saturday at the Desert Botanical Gardens you can enjoy The Great Pumpkin Festival.
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Admission to the festival is included with general admission, Adult: $22, Senior: $20, Student: $12, Child $10 (3 – 12). Children under 3 are admitted free. Click here for details.
Pumpkin Patch at Mother Nature’s Farm
1663 E. Baseline Rd., Gilbert Ends October 31. Here’s a great option if you are looking for a pumpkin patch in Gilbert, AZ. The farm entrance fee is $10.00 per child, and includes a small OZ pumpkin, bag of stickers, decorating your pumpkin, the air bounce, a hayride, straw bounce, feeding the animals and a maze. Adults are $3.00 to tag along and ride the hayride.
Rocker 7 Farm Patch
19601 W. Broadway Road, Buckeye Ends October 31. If you are looking for a pumpkin patch in the west valley, consider the Rocker 7 Farm Patch in Buckeye. They have a corn maze, a pumpkin patch, sunflower field, hay rides, and more! They’ll also be selling some food items, such as roasted corn and kettlecorn.
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They also have vendors for snow cones, pizza, and bison burgers. Hours are 9 am-6 pm Friday-Saturday; 1 pm-6 pm Sunday. $9, children in diapers free. Click here for the details and photos.
4011 S. Power Rd. Mesa Ends November 2. If you’re looking for a pumpkin patch in Mesa, AZ, then check out this farm. They’ve got a corn maze, air playground, giant tube slide, and a bunch of farm animals and bounce houses. They have a season pass for $22 per person, which might be a good value if you plan to revisit. Visit Vertuccio Farms web site for details. Tickets are $9 per person, ages 2 and younger are free when accompanied by an adult.
24810 Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek Ends November 2.
Good chilly morning from the pumpkin patch! 54 degrees. It’s cold out here. #pumpkinandchiliparty #fallfun A photo posted by Carrie Schnepf (@schnepf_farms) on
One of the valley’s favorite farms, Schnepf Farms is offering a pumpkin and chili party this fall! You can get more information at the Schnepf Farms web site.
Admission $17 plus tax at the gate or $14 at any Fry’s Grocery (children under 2 free).
Tolmachoff Farms Pumpkin Days & Corn Maze
5726 N. 75th Avenue, Glendale
Ends November 9, except Mondays and Tuesdays in November.
If you’re looking for a pumpkin patch in Glendale, you should definitely check out Tolmachoff Farms! They have a petting zoo, a train ride, and play areas. Check the Tolachoff Farms web site for details and directions.
Admission is $9 each for ages 2 and up. Extra charges for the train ride. They have a discount coupon available online.