It’s Not Fall Until You Visit The Largest Pumpkin Farm In Colorado

If you are like us and live for the fall, you are obsessed with all things pumpkin… however, if you are also a busy parent, like many of us, you may not have had the chance to make it to a pumpkin patch just yet to find that perfect pumpkin. Before beating yourself up too much, just take a deep breath, remember it’s still early, and make plans to visit the largest pumpkin patch in Colorado. It’s just one of many amazing things to do during the fall in Colorado, but we think it’ll become a tradition.

Can’t make it out to Grand Junction? Check out these other delightful pumpkin patches in Colorado this fall!

What is your favorite part of autumn in Colorado? Is it the changing leaves? The chill in the air? The fast approach of Halloween? Tell us everything about why you love fall in the comments – and share with us some of your family’s autumn traditions! We love learning about you and the things you enjoy.

Address: Studt's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze, 21 1/2 Rd, Grand Junction, CO 81505, USA

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Largest Pumpkin Patch in Colorado

August 01, 2022

Where are the best pumpkin patches in Colorado?  

Colorado is an amazing place all year round, but in fall it takes on a very special magic. There are lots of really wonderful pumpkin patches in Colorado no matter which part of the state you’re in; why not visit one (or a few) and make memories that’ll last forever? Some of our favorite farms in Colorado with pumpkin patches include Rock Creek Farm, in Boulder, Studt’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze, in Grand Junction, Anderson Farms, in Erie, and The Patch, in Elizabeth. There are also pumpkin farms in Fort Collins, Durango, Parker, and other towns – but we think you get the idea.  

What is fall in Colorado like?  

Autumn in Colorado is much chillier than summertime, but definitely not quite as cold as winter gets. Typically, autumn begins in September, when the trees begin to change, and the temperatures steadily begin to fall. Average high temperatures in early fall are about 70 degrees, gradually dropping to an average of about 40 degrees through November and into winter. Sometimes, there will be snow flurries, and others, it will be rainy. We suggest folks looking for fall color in Colorado hike some of the incredible mountain trails – now is the best time.  

How many pumpkin farms in Colorado are there?  

Though it’s hard to say exactly how many pumpkin farms in Colorado there are, do rest assured that there are literally hundreds of farms all over the state – many of whom grow pumpkins in the fall. More still are open to the public, offering pick-your-own pumpkins, sunflowers, and more. You’ll also find some delightful corn mazes in Colorado on some of the same farms growing the pumpkins; there are many farms that go all-out in the fall and embrace the changing seasons with all they’ve got. Those ones are our favorites!  

Address: Studt's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze, 21 1/2 Rd, Grand Junction, CO 81505, USA

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