Find pumpkin patches near Boise or Idaho Falls on our list of Idaho 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 Idaho:
Linder Farms – Meridian, ID
Stomp through Randy and Sherrie Feist’s 20 acre pumpkin patch and 15 acre corn maze from September 27th to October 31, 2013. Other activities include hayrides, straw bale maze, petting zoo, laser tag, rock climbing wall, zip line, pony rides, pumpkin slingshot, mechanical bull, barrel train rides, tractor tire playground, corn box, duck races and more!
Location: 7165 S Linder Road, Meridian, ID 83642
The Farmstead – Meridian, ID
This is the original location of Brett Herbst’s corn maze from The MAiZE. It was purchased by Jim and Hillary Lowe in 2006, after Jim had worked for The MAiZE since 2000. Spend a day at the pumpkin festival for hayrides, u-pick pumpkins right off the vine, get lost in the corn maze and get frightened in the field of screams. Learn more about what’s going on there in the fall on Facebook.
Location: 1020 South Rackham Way, Meridian, ID 83642
The Berry Ranch – Nampa, ID
Fred Screffler began The Berry Ranch in 1992 after years in the seed research business. Hop a ride to the pumpkin patch and pick your own pumpkins from the last Friday in September through October 31st.
Location: 7998 U.S. 20, Nampa, ID 83687
U Pick Red Barn – Idaho Falls, ID
Choose from over 20 varieties of pumpkins, ride the train from Upick Depot and explore the original barn from the 1930s. The patch is operated by cousins McNeil & Chase Walker.
Location: 2726 Rollandet Street, Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Swore Farms – Pocatello, ID
A corn maze and pumpkin patch on the farm of Mike and Wendy Swore, who have owned the farm for more than ten years. Get a ride to the pumpkin patch in a draft horse pulled haywagon and pick your own pumpkin from the 12 acre patch. Get your face painted, play farm games, toss an angry bird and sip cider.
Location: RRt 2 Box 175, Pocatello, ID 83202
Cabalo’s Orchard – Kuna, ID
A family run orchard by Chan and Cathy Cabalo that offers u-pick blackberries, apples and pumpkins from its ten acres of pesticide free tree fruit and vegetables. They are open to the public on Friday, Saturday and Sunday or by appointment. Learn more about what’s happening at their orchard via Facebook.
Location: 2087 W King Rd, Kuna, Idaho 83634
Tubb’s Berry Farm – Twin Falls, ID
The pumpkin patch opens September 20, 2013. Head out to the herbicide/pesticide free patch and cut your pumpkin off the vine. Let your kids enjoy the straw maze and petting zoo, hayride, rubber duck raceway, corn bin and corn cannon while you enjoy the delicious products at the farm stand.
Location: 1150 SouthPark Ave West, Twin Falls, Idaho 83301
Christensen Pumpkin Farm – Burley, ID
Pick your own pumpkin patch that is always open (in season, we presume) and has lots of pumpkins!
Location: 612 East 200 South, Burley, Idaho 83318
Quey’s Maze – Mountain Home, ID
A family friendly corn maze with pumpkin patch and hayrides.
Location: 48803 Hwy 78, Mountain Home Idaho, 83647 (electronic maps can be inaccurate so check their website for directions).
Thunder Mountain Pumpkin Liner – Horseshoe Bend, ID
Depart from Horseshoe Bend Depot on a Thunder Mountain train in October for a scenic trip a farm stand selling pre-picked pumpkins (based on the photos on their website, might have a pumpkin patch though).
Location: 120 Mill Road, Horseshoe Bend, Idaho 83629
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 Idaho 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. However, some farms in warm weather climates are forced to pick their pumpkins early in order to prevent them from rotting on the vine as they ripen prior to when you would pick them. There’s not much we can do under those circumstances and will do our best to only include those farms that offer a satisfying overall experience.
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.
We welcome feedback and suggestions to improve this page. Don’t be shy. Say hello and tell us what you think and how we can do better. If your pumpkin patch isn’t on this list, leave the information via the comment form or send it to me through the contact page.
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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