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Pumpkin Patches in Sonoma County 2021

Pumpkin Patches in Sonoma County

Celebrate the season with a visit to a local pumpkin patch!

Find the best pumpkins for your jack-o-lanterns and fall decorating and enjoy some outdoor family fun at local farms! At some, you can find your way through corn mazes and hay mazes, visit with farm animals, play games, and more!

Foggy River Farm Pumpkin Patch & Autumn Farm Pantry
Sept. 18 through Halloween. Fri. – Sun., 10am-4:30pm.
Explore fields of beautiful pumpkins, gourds and winter squash with their hand wagons. You can follow the Fairy Corn Forest scavenger hunt as you wander along! Heirloom dry beans, cornmeal, popcorn and ornamental corn cobs for sale.Reserve a time online to save money and get priority entry.
8291 Eastside Road, Healdsburg.

Grandma’s Pumpkin Patch
Open daily 10am-7pm through October. Stroll through the pumpkins, watch the farm animals, climb a haybale pyramid, take an imaginary ride on a vintage tractor. Bring a picnic to enjoy at one of the shaded picnic tables.
17740 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg.

Mickelson Pumpkin Patch
Open Daily til Halloween. See website for hours.
Choose from a variety of pumpkins, ride the grain train, enjoy the hay maze and hay pyramid, apple cannon, paintball gallery, and more!
5495 Redwood Highway, Petaluma.

Muelrath Ranches Pumpkin Patch
Open daily, 10am-6pm, Sept. 25-Oct. 31.
Pick up pumpkins, mini pumpkins, ornamental corn, sunflowers, corn stalks, gourds, winter squash, and hay bales. The fun includes a corn maze, hay rides, a haunted dungeon, and a pumpkin sling shot!
3800 Walker Ave., Santa Rosa.

PaPa’s Pumpkin Patch
Open daily through October, 9am to 4pm.
Come pick your own pumpkins, right off the vine, choosing from seven varieties of pumpkins in the field. Enjoy the beautiful, peaceful setting, in the shadows of old-growth Redwoods.
13110 Occidental Rd, Sebastopol.

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch & Amazing Corn Maze
Open daily starting Sept. 24.
50 different varieties of pumpkins, squash, and gourds, 4-acre A’Mazing Corn Maze and Lil Kids’ Corn Maze, straw bale mountain, farm animals, pony rides, and more.
450 Stony Point Rd, Petaluma.

Peter Pumpkin Patch
Oct. 1 – 31, weekdays 9am-4pm, weekends 9am-5pm.
Pumpkin picking, corn maze, hay pyramid, cow milking demo and farm animals, free hay wagon ride, BBQ and live music on weekends. Homemade pumpkin ice cream and cheese for sale. Free admission.
4235 Spring Hill Rd., Petaluma.

Pronzini Pumpkin Patch
Sept. 26th thru Halloween. Open daily – see hours on website.
Acres of pumpkins, Haunted Village, Cowgirl Cafe serving BBQ meals, shaded picnic area, live music on weekends. Pony rides on weekends. Covid safety guidelines in place.
3795 Adobe Road, Petaluma.

Punky’s Pumpkin Patch
Oct. 3-31, Monday-Friday, 11am to 9pm, Saturday-Sunday, 9am to 9pm
Twenty acres of big, beautiful pumpkins and a wide variety of squash grown by the The Gutzman family
50 Mark West Springs Road in northern Santa Rosa at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts.

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze
Open daily Oct. 8th thru Halloween.
A family farm full of fun! 8-acre pumpkin patch, giant hay bale maze, hay pyramid, sunflower maze, games, hay rides, farm animals, and more! Covid guidelines in place.
5157 Stony Point Rd., Santa Rosa.

SRJC Shone Farm Pumpkin U-Pick
Open Thurs, Oct. 7-Sun, Oct. 9, 10am-3pm and Mon., Oct 11, 12-4pm.
The farm will be open for the community to come out and pick pumpkins to take home. To minimize crowds, you must register for a (free) entrance ticket with a specific time slot. Their online store will offer a full array of farm fresh fruits and veggies to pre-order.
7450 Steve Olson Lane, Forestville

The Amazing Corn Maze at Petaluma Pumpkin Patch, created by farmer Jim Groverman, is a “don’t miss” fall highlight in Sonoma County!

Also check out “Things to do in Sonoma County in Autumn”

Check out our guide to local Halloween and Día de los Muertos activities!

And find out what else is Happening in Sonoma County!