Pretend It’s Fall In Hawaii With A Trip To This Charming Pumpkin Patch

While mainland America experiences all things autumn, including apple orchards, haunted attractions, fall foliage, and chilly weather, those of us who call Hawaii home can get a little bummed when the only seasonal change is a drop in the ocean temperature or Starbucks cup print. Well, I have fantastic news for all of you who either miss seasons or wish you were able to experience them, ever: the island of Oahu is home to not one, but two pumpkin patches. The first is found at Waimanalo Country Farms, accompanied by their fall sunflower bloom, which we’ve talked about here. The second is found on the opposite side of the island, at Aloun Farms.

Gates will be open October 14-15, 21-22, and 28-29 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $3 per person, and parking is free. Pumpkins are priced according to size, and everything is cash only, so make sure you have enough for that giant pumpkin you have your eye on!

Military cardholders get in for free on October 28, and the admission fee is waived for anyone who brings in two trash bags of gently used clothing in addition to the chance to win family passes for Wet ‘n’ Wild, making this the perfect opportunity to do some fall cleaning! For more information, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.