It’s that time again when pumpkins pop up everywhere. Not that we’re complaining! If you’re looking for pumpkins in the San Francisco Bay Area, we have some marvelous spots for you to explore. Here are eight beautiful places, perfect for the pumpkin lover in us all.
1. Clancy’s Pumpkin Patch: 1620 7th Avenue, San Francisco
Around since 1979, Clancy's offers a variety of pumpkins, from cinderella to gourds. And they also offer tractor-pulled hay rides around the patch! This is a favorite spot for San Franciscans.
2. Lemos Farm: 12320 San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay
Half Moon Bay is known as the Pumpkin Capital of the World and is also the site of the annual Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival. So, you've come to the right place. Lemos is popular when it comes to family fun, featuring everything from pony and train rides to, of course, pumpkins!
3. Alameda Point Pumpkin Patch: 2153 Ferry Point, Alameda
The Alameda Point Pumpkin Patch offers a wide variety of high quality, locally-grown pumpkins. If that's not exciting enough, take a climb up their rock climbing wall!
4. Nicasio Valley Farms Pumpkin Patch: 5300 Nicasio Valley Road, Nicasio
Explore Marin County and get some organic pumpkins, too, at Nicasio Valley Farms Pumpkin Patch. You'll also get a chance to enjoy a hay ride, get on a mechanical bull, meet the farm animals, and fly down a giant inflatable slide.
5. Bob's Pumpkin Patch: Highway 1/Cabrillo Hwy, Half Moon Bay
This is simply a pumpkin patch—no bouncy houses or climbing walls here! The farm stand is off the side of Highway 1, so it's hard to miss and easy to get to.
6. Petaluma Pumpkin Patch: 550 Stony Point Road, Petaluma
Enjoy endless family fun at this five-acre pumpkin patch and four-acre corn maze.
7. Perry Family Pumpkin Patch: 34600 Ardenwood Blvd, Fremont
Perry’s Pumpkin Patch is in the Ardenwood Regional Preserve. An added bonus is that kids can play on the Hay Pyramids, enjoy tractor rides, and wander around in the hay maze.
8. Arata's Pumpkin Farm 185 Verde Drive, Half Moon Bay
The Arata Pumpkin Farm started in 1932. Along with selling a variety of pumpkins, the Arata Farm devotes two acres to its Minotaur’s Labyrinth Hay Maze.
Did we miss a pumpkin patch in the San Francisco Bay Area? Let us know. And if you’re curious about Half Moon Bay, “The Pumpkin Capital of the World,” then check out our post on this
Charming Town Just Outside Of San Francisco.