Pumpkin Patches in Colorado
Find pumpkin picking near Denver, Colorado Springs and Fort Collins on our list of Colorado pumpkin patches. Lots of local “pumpkin patches near me” with corn mazes, hayrides, and agritourism in the state of Colorado. Most are open from the middle of September through October 31st. Last Major Update:
Adam’s Apple Orchard & Country Store - Ault, CO
Taking over the PYO operations and country store operations from Masonville Orchards, Mike Biwar is expanding the offerings of the store and the days of operation you can pick your own produce. They offer apples for pick your own or buy them pre-picked in the store, plus plums and pears. Later in the season, there are pick your own pumpkins. The country store also has apple cider, jams and jellies, and more. They are located 70 miles north of Denver and about 25 miles east of Fort Collins.
Anderson Farms - Erie, CO
Open daily and weekends starting in late September. Fall festival features a 30 acre patch with 26 varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds. Antique tractor pulled wagon hayride, 30 acre corn maze in their cornfield, pumpkin launching, pedal karts, farm animals, barrel train, zombie paintball and Terror in the Corn. Anderson Farms is very popular with over 20,000 Facebook likes. Their address is 6728 County Road 3-1/4, Erie, CO 80516. It is about 29 miles north of Denver.
Bartels Farm - Fort Collins, CO
A family owned and operated farm that started as a sheep farm in 1905. They have offered visitors access to their pumpkin patch for more than 11 years. Also enjoy the hand carved corn maze, kids’ straw maze, hay rides and punkin chunkin. Admission and lots of activities are free. Their address is 3424 E. Douglas Rd., Fort Collins, Colorado. It is about 7 miles northeast of Fort Collins.
Colon Orchards - Canon City, CO
A fourth generation farm in the Arkansas River Valley. They have pumpkin picking, 5 acre cornfield maze and hayrides (weekends). Admission is $8 per person which includes pumpkin. Additional pumpkins are $5 each. Kids five and under are free, but they are not entitled to a free pumpkin. They are open everyday starting at 9:00 AM. Their address is 3175 Grandview Ave., Canon City. It is about 43 miles southwest of Colorado Springs.
Colorado Pumpkin Patch - Monument, CO
Open every day starting in late September. Enjoy pumpkin picking, blindfolded golf cart maze, pony rides (weekends), farm animals, corn box and live bluegrass (Saturdays). They are located at 4600 Hwy 86, Castle Rock, CO. It is about 36 miles south of Denver.
Cottonwood Farms - Boulder, CO
Free admission on weekdays this year. The season begins September 21st. They are open every day through Halloween with their pumpkin patch, free corn maze, hayride, farm animals, and produce. Also a great place for Christmas trees from Thanksgiving through Christmas. Their address is 1535 N 75th St., Boulder, CO 80303. It is about 5 miles east of downtown Boulder.
Diana’s Pumpkin Patch - Canon City, CO
Activities start late September and run weekends Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through Halloween. Enjoy PYO pumpkins from their field and haul them back to your car in their free of charge wagons. They have a variety of small and large pumpkins, including the largest selection of heirloom and specialty pumpkins in Southern Colorado. Enjoy the 8 acre corn maze which has been losing visitors for more than ten years. It takes approximately 45 minutes to make your way through the cornfield. Bring your flashlight to try the maze at night. Admission is varies but children 5 and under are free. Paid admission includes one pumpkin and a variety of farm fun including corn bin, hay slide and duck races. Their address is 1649 Poplar Ave., Canon City, CO.
Ferrara’s Happy Apple Farm - Penrose, CO
They are open Wednesday through Sunday. Admission, hayrides and apple bags are free. They are growing more than five varieties of apples available for you-pick. They also have a pumpkin patch. Country Store includes delicious baked goods, including fresh apple pie, and other products. They are located about 30 miles south of Colorado Springs.
Flat Acres Farm - Parker, CO
Their annual fall festival event runs from late September through Halloween. They are open each week from Wednesday through Sunday. A family owned and operated farm in Douglas County. They have a pumpkin patch, 5 acre corn maze, zombie airsoft and haunted monster maze. Kids’ activities include corn box and hay bale maze. Their address is 11321 Dransfeldt Rd., Parker, CO 80134. It is about 24 miles southeast of Denver.
Fritzler’s Corn MAIZE and Giant Pumpkin Patch - LaSalle, CO
Their kickoff event occurs in late September. They are open weekends in September and Wednesday through Sunday in October. They feature over seven acres of u-pick pumpkins with corn maze and other fall farm activities. There is also zombie paintball and the maze becomes Scream Acres haunt at night. This is a full entertainment complex that has had more than 450,000 visitors to their corn maze. There are 20 maze attractions, 1.6 miles of trails, and lots of food choices. As you can guess, Fritzler’s Corn Maze is very popular with over 21,186 Facebook likes. Their address is 20861 County Road 33, LaSalle, Colorado. It is about 37 miles southeast of downtown Fort Collins.
Happy Apple Farm - Penrose, CO
Pick your own apples, pumpkins, and blackberries. Their country store also has fresh baked apple pies and other baked goods, plus jams, jellies, and other canned goods, and they offer a hayride.
Harvest Farm - Wellington, CO
Open starting in late September and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October. A 209 acre farm and rehabilitation center for men located 70 miles north of Denver. They host a fall festival and corn maze in October with pumpkin picking, hayrides, corn cannon, barrel train, hay jump and petting zoo.
Hill’s Harvest - Thornton, CO
Now open every day this fall. Pick your own pumpkins from the field or buy a pre-picked pumpkin starting in September. Free weekend hay rides. This farm has a variety of pumpkins, vegatables, and apples depending on the harvesting season. The farm opened in the Summer of 2004 to continue the tradition started thirty years ago at Jake’s Farm. The address is 3225 E 124th Ave 2131, Thornton, CO 80241. It is about 17 miles north of Denver.
Jack Lantern’s Northern Colorado Corn Maze - Fort Collins, CO
Their fall seasonal events start in October. They operate their pumpkin patch and 15 acre corn maze on Thursday through Sunday in October. Also well known for their Haunted Maze on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. During daytime hours they also have live animals, a scavenger hunt, bounce house, picnic area, and more family fun. Their address is 2318 S. County Road 5, Fort Collins, CO. It is located about 8 miles east of Fort Collins.
May Farms - Byers, CO
Enjoy the Fall festival activity starting September 30th with pumpkin picking, corn field maze and hay rides. Open every Saturday and Sunday from the last weekend in September through October. Their address is 64001 US Highway 36, Byers, CO. It is about 47 miles east of Denver.
Mazzotti Farms - Hudson, CO
Open weekends in October. Owned and operated by the Mazzotti family since 1982. It features a pumpkin patch and real farm activities. They also have a corn maze, giant slide, petting zoo and create your own scarecrows. Their address is 24120 Weld County Rd. 8, Hudson, CO. It is about 37 miles northeast of Denver.
Mile High Farms - Bennett, CO
Open weekends Saturday and Sunday starting October 1st. Enjoy their pumpkin patch, two cornfield mazes, and antique tractor hayrides. Also features a Fall festival with face painting, barrel carts and other activities. Friendly farm animals in the petting zoo at Grover’s Garden. Their address is 11 Cavanaugh Rd., Bennett, CO.
Miller Farms Corn Maze & Fall Festival - Platteville, CO
Open every day from Labor Day through November 15th. A family owned farm since 1949 that has hosted a fall harvest festival since the mid-1990s. Pick your own pumpkins from their field, get lost in their corn maze, petting zoo, jumping pillow, tractor ride, pick your own vegetables. After dark, there is a haunted adventure. Their address is 13812 CR 19, Platteville, CO. It is about 36 miles southeast of Fort Collins.
Moon Farm - Fruita, CO
Moon Farm opens beginning late September. This Fruita pumpkin patch has hayrides, corn maze, petting zoo and straw maze. The pumpkin patch is open every day in October. Their address is 1360 18 1/2 Road, Fruita, CO 81521. It is about 14 miles west of Grand Junction.
Munson Farms - Boulder, CO
Open seven days a week in season. They have been letting visitors pick their own pumpkins since 1977. Take a hayride around the patch and get lost in their cornstalk maze. Their address is 7568 Valmont Road, Boulder, CO. It is about 6 miles east of Boulder.
Orchard Valley Farms - Paonia, CO
An 80 acre farm created in 1976. It now has a farm market and pick your own fruits, beginning with raspberries and cherries in June and ending with apples and pumpkins through October. They started growing grapes in 1997 and later opened the Black Bridge Winery. They are located about 70 miles east of Grand Junction.
Osborn Farm - Loveland, CO
Lots of pumpkins starting September 29th. Their patch is open every day in October weather and crop permitting. They do sell out so visit early in October. Their address is 1230 S. Boise Avenue, Loveland, CO. It is about 22 miles south of Fort Collins.
Pantaleo Farms - Vineland, CO
Also known as The Great Pumpkin Patch. It features their Giant Corn Maze, pony rides, hayrides, inflatables, face painting, and costume contest. It is open weekends from about early October through the end of October. Also feature nightly bonfire and activities. Their address is 39651 South Road, Vineland, CO 81006. It is about 12 miles east of Pueblo.
Rock Creek Farm - Broomfield, CO
Open daily and weekends in October. Free admission and free parking with a cost to select activities. Over 100 acres of u-pick pumpkins, with field pumpkins priced at $6. Hay rides, hay maze and farm animals. Cornfield maze or hayrides priced at $5-8 with haunt free flashlight maze evenings on Friday and Saturday nights. Family fun play area includes super slide, hay bale maze, covered picnic area and other activities. Credit cards are not accepted. Rock Creek Farm is very popular in the fall with over 13,442 Facebook likes. The address is 2005 South 112th Street, Broomfield, CO 80020. It is about 19 miles northwest of Denver.
Rocky Mountain Pumpkin ranch - Longmont, CO
The farm is open daily for groups (school, church, etc.). Their pumpkin festival for the public runs weekends on Saturday and Sunday with their pumpkin patch and hay maze in October. Also has pony rides, petting zoo, bouncy castle and corn tunnel. Their address is 959 Ute Highway, Longmont, CO 80503. It is about 20 miles north of Boulder.
Something From the Farm - Fort Collins, CO
Open daily and weekends beginning early October. Enjoy pick your own pumpkins, a 1 acre corn maze, hayrides and hay playground. Their address is 8020 South Timberline Rd., Fort Collins, CO 80525. It is about 9 miles south of Fort Collins.
Studt’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze - Grand Junction, CO
The farm is open October 1st through 31st. Enjoy pick your own pumpkins with corn maze, kids’ maze and haunted maze owned and operated by Ward and Jennifer Studt. Hayrides and pony rides are available on Friday evenings and weekends. Other activities include straw mountain, pumpkin jump, petting zoo and paint-less paintball called Redneck Bazooka.
Third Street Apples - Penrose, CO
The pumpkin patch opens to the public in middle of September. A 5 acre u-pick apple orchard with more than 40 varieties of apples. They also have pick your own pumpkins starting in September on their 1/2 acre pumpkin field. No admission charge and no amusement rides or other “entertainment.” They have picnic tables so pack a lunch if you wish. Their address is 935 3rd Street, Penrose, CO 81240. It is about 31 miles south of Colorado Springs.
Third Street Apples - Penrose, CO
Pick your own apples and pumpkins, plus prepicked apples and peaches. They are located about 30 miles south of Colorado Springs.
Tigges Farm - Greeley, CO
The store is open but the pumpkin patch is closed for 2020. This family owned and operated farm was started in 1935 by Phillip and Lucy Tigges. It is now run by their children. Pick your own patch, roasted chilies and a farm equipment museum are the highlights. It opens the last weekend in September and runs daily through October. Their address is 12404 WCR 64 1/2, Greeley, CO 80361. It is located about 22 miles southeast of Fort Collins.
Wishing Star Farm - Calhan, CO
The farm is open to the public from September 19th through October 31st. Their fall festival includes pumpkin picking right from the field and hay wagon rides. Pumpkins are $3 which includes hay ride. Take a train ride on the Pumpkin Blossom Railroad. Meet a camel and feed the farm animals in the petting zoo. Pony rides await young cowboys and cowgirls. Other available farm fun includes the hay stack, slide, duck races, tire jungle and pumpkin painting. Harvest Store has pumpkin rolls, baked goods and other food and collectibles for sale. Open Thursday through Sunday from late September through early November. General admission to the farm is $8 per person for ages two and up. Their address is 24024 State Highway 94, Calhan, Colorado. It is about 23 miles east of Colorado Springs.
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