Find pumpkin patches near Phoenix, Flagstaff and Tucson with our list of Arizona pumpkin patches. Enjoy a day on the farm with your friends and family, take a hayride out to the pumpkin patch, and pick out the perfect pumpkin to carve up. Indulge in the rest of the fall fun offered by your local farmer and end the day with a photograph to remember it forever.
Support your local farm this October and pick your own pumpkins at one of these pumpkin patches. Here are the pumpkin patches in Arizona:
MacDonald’s Ranch – Scottsdale, AZ
A horse and cattle ranch from the 1950s that the Richardson family opened to the public in 1970. Take a horse or mule drawn hayride to the pumpkin patch. Other activities include petting zoo, hay maze, pony rides, gem mine, cowboy golf, carnival rides, face painting, and sand creations.
Location: 26540 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Pumpkin Patch Train – Williams, AZ
The pumpkin patch train takes parents and kids from Williams Depot to the pumpkin patch. Other activities available include the free hay bale maze, haunted train car, crafts and coloring at Williams Depot.
Location: 233 N Grand Canyon Blvd, Williams AZ 86046
Buckelew Farm – Tucson, AZ
Holding its 25th annual Pumpkin Festival and Corn Maze the last four weekends in October 2013. Take a tractor-drawn wagon ride to the pumpkin field and pick your own pumpkins. Other activities include the 11 acre corn maze, professional pumpkin carving, petting zoo, zombie paintball, arts and crafts, inflatable slide and pedal cart race track. The Great Pumpkin Race, a 5K cross country run through the farm and corn maze, is October 13, 2013.
Location: 17000 W. Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85735
Freeman Farms – Chino Valley, AZ
Freeman farms, owned and operated by Norm Freeman and Lynne Trenery, holds a pumpkin festival every October. Other activities include the hay rides, corn maze, farm train, merry go round, and petting zoo.
Location: 1096 E. Road 3 South, Chino Valley AZ
Mother Nature’s Farm – Gilbert, AZ
Wade Kelsall runs the farm his parents purchased here in 1968. They began selling pumpkins in 1991 and forty acres of pumpkins are now grown in Duncan for sale here. The Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off on October 5, 2013. The “pumpkin patch” is open from September 23rd to November 3, 2013. It appears that the pumpkins are brought to the Gilbert location. Other activities include hayrides, adventure maze, straw bounce and farmyard animals.
Agua Linda Farm – Amado, AZ
Enjoy the fall festival on weekends in October and take a hayride out to the pumpkin patch. Other farm activities include kid-friendly maze, petting zoo, bounce house, Tyke Track and tire swings. Agua Linda Farm has been farmed by Stewart and Laurel Loew for the past two decades.
Location: 3643 East Frontage Road, Amado AZ 85645
Apple Annie’s Orchard – Wilcox, AZ
The Apple Annie’s Orchard was started in the early 1980s by John and Annie Holcomb (and family). They expanded into their pumpkin festival in 2003 with the purchase of Hunsdon Farms. Pick your own pumpkin from their forty acre pumpkin patch. Also enjoy the 15 acre corn maze and other fall fun.
Location: 64055 W Williams Rd, Willcox AZ 85643
Tolmachoff Farms – Glendale, AZ
Location: 5726 N. 75th Ave., Glendale, AZ. 85303
Enjoy pumpkin days and a six acre corn maze at Tolmachoff Farms from October 1st to November 10, 2013. Also enjoy the mini maze, petting zoo, train rides (weekends), corn box, pedal carts and jumping pillow.
We have provided a link to the website for these pumpkin patches. Please use it to confirm the hours open, location, cost and attractions available at your local Arizona pumpkin patch. Some pumpkin patches are open limited hours. We don’t want anyone showing up to find that the farm is closed!
We try to only include those farms which have u-pick pumpkin sections. There’s no need for us to include every Walmart or Home Depot selling pumpkins, is there? If you find that a farm only offers pumpkins that have been pre-picked, we will appreciate it if you let us know and we will remove it from the list.
As we conducted our nationwide search for fall fun, we compiled a list of activities that are found at farms with pumpkin patches. Your local Oklahoma pumpkin patch may have some or all of the following attractions:
Farm Animal Petting Zoo, Hayrides, Wagon Rides, Train rides, Pony Rides, Face painting, Live Entertainment, Pick Your Own Apples / Apple Orchards, Playgrounds, Cow Train, Pumpkin Cannon, Corn Cannon, Concession Stands, Corn Mazes, Straw Mazes, Rubber Duck Races, Mining, Slides, Mechanical Bulls, Rope Mazes, Pig races, Make scarecrows, Pumpkin painting, Pedal carts, haunted attractions, Zip line, Corn Box, Campfires / Bonfires
For more information about the activities available at your local pumpkin patch, please visit their website. If you would like to help us compile a list of which farms have which activities, we would be thrilled to have your help.
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If you have fun at one of these pumpkin patches and don’t want the fun to end, see our list of pumpkin festivals. And after you have found your pumpkin, be sure to check out our pumpkin carving guide and pumpkin recipes.
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