Visit a pumpkin patch near Fort Collins, CO:
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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.
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.
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.
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 and Saturday 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.