Arizona September 27, 2015
Don’t Miss These 10 Great Pumpkin Patches In Arizona This Fall
October is just a few short days away, so why not shift your family activities to something a little more autumnal? Even if the weather is still a little hot in some areas of the state, that doesn’t mean we can’t indulge in some classic fall activities like visiting a pumpkin patch. Here are ten pumpkin patches found across the state that make for a wonderful visit. Check them out!
1. Apple Annie’s Orchard Farm, Willcox
Like any good farm, Apple Annie’s has their hands in plenty of pots to keep their farm operating and involved with the community as much as possible. Their pumpkin patch just opened this weekend, so stop by for a corn maze and, of course, find yourself a beautiful pumpkin. Apple Annie’s is located at 2081 West Hardy Road in Willcox.
2. Buckelew Farm, Tucson
For a U-Pick experience, be sure to check out Buckelew Farm in Tucson this October to select your perfect pumpkin. They'll be open the last three weekends and admission is $10 per person. Buckelew Farm is located at 17000 West Ajo Way in Tucson.
3. MacDonald’s Ranch, Scottsdale
Whether you're looking for a set of cute, dainty pumpkins to place on your mantel or a massive one for an amazing jack-o-lantern, you'll be able to find what you're looking for here. The pumpkin patch will be open for the entire month of October (except Tuesdays) from 9AM to 6PM. Admission is $10 on weekdays and $12 on weekends, which includes a wide range of activities such as a hay maze, petting zoo, and games.
4. Marana Pumpkin Patch, Marana
The pumpkin patch will be open this year from October 3 to October 31 daily, although hours vary by the day. Admission ranges from $10 to $12 per person and includes access to their corn maze, the petting zoo, and a hayride. The Marana Pumpkin Patch is located at 14901 North Wentz Road.
5. Mortimer Family Farms, Dewey
I hope you have your fall cookbooks ready for all the pumpkins you’ll be picking at this farm. Their annual Pumpkin Fest will be held every weekend in October and they charge $15 per person for admission for U-Pick pumpkins. The farm is located at 12907 E State Route 169 in Dewey.
6. Mother Nature’s Farm, Gilbert
The pumpkin patch at this farm will be open daily in October. Admission is $10 for children and $3 for accompanying adults, which includes your pumpkin selection along with a whole bunch of activities. The farm is located at 1663 East Baseline Road in Gilbert.
7. Pumpkins in the Pines at Hitchin’ Post Stables, Flagstaff
Pick a pumpkin and go for a horse ride any day in October at this site. Admission is $12 on Monday through Friday, $14 on Sundays, and $16 on Saturdays. Hitchin’ Post Stables is located at 4848 Lake Mary Road in Flagstaff.
8. Rocker 7 Farm Patch, Buckeye
Open through November 8, this pumpkin patch has a nice range of pumpkin varieties and sizes as well as activities. Admission is $9 on weekends and $6 on weekdays. The patch is located at 19601 West Broadway Road in Buckeye.
9. Tolmachoff Farms, Glendale
Open from October 1 to November 8, Tolmachoff Farms will have their pumpkin patch ready for picking daily. Admission is $9 per person and includes some fun family activities. The farm is located at 5726 N 75th Ave in
10. Willis Farm, Snowflake
Enjoy some pure family fun at this pumpkin patch in Snowflake. They charge by the pound for pumpkins and large gourds. The farm is located at 381 South 1st E in Snowflake.
Have you been to any of these locations before? Which are you looking forward to visiting? Tell us in the comments below!