Seasonal October 21, 2018
These Utah Pumpkin Houses Are Just Begging To Be Visited This Fall
We still have a couple weeks before Halloween! If you’re looking for a fun activity that’s perfect for the whole family, head to Draper to visit Kuwahara’s Pumpkin Patch.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
For a fun family night this fall, visit Kuwahara Wholesale's Pumpkin Patch. You'll find it at 12153 S. 700 W., Draper, UT.
You'll find four different pumpkin-themed patches to visit here. From Nightmare Village...
...to Frankenstein's Cemetery, each decorated greenhouse is stuffed full of pumpkins ripe for the picking.
It's free to visit the pumpkin houses, and you're certain to love every one of them.
Choose the perfect pumpkin for your porch.
The farm is a great place to capture a few fall family photos, too!
Catch one of five different, entertaining shows. They start every evening at 5 p.m..
You'll also want to check out the corn maze...
...play in the corn pits...
...and visit the Haunted Alley. There's also face-painting, a bounce house, and snacks available.
Visit the pumpkin patch through October 31st.
Many activities are free; others require tickets which cost $10 for ages 3-65, $5 for seniors, free for children under age 3.
Does this look like something your family would enjoy?
Make sure to enjoy fall before it’s gone! Take
this two-hour drive to see Utah’s fall foliage.