Find pumpkin picking near Boise or Idaho Falls on our list of Idaho pumpkin patches. Local farms have fall activities generally between the middle of September through October 31st. Enjoy pumpkins, corn mazes, live animals, playgrounds, zip lines and so much more at many of these farms.
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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 in October or by appointment.
Linder Farms - Meridian, ID
Fall season fun begins in late September. Stomp through Randy and Sherrie FeistÍs 20 acre pumpkin patch and 15 acre corn maze this fall. 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! They are open Monday through Saturday evening. Their address is 7165 S Linder Road, Meridian, ID 83642. It is located about 14 miles southwest of Boise, Idaho.
Quey’s Maze - Mountain Home, ID
Open Friday and Saturday starting in late September. A family friendly corn maze with pumpkin patch and hayrides. They are located at 48803 Hwy 78, Mountain Home Idaho, 83647 (electronic maps can be inaccurate so check their website for directions). They are about 62 miles southeast of Boise.
RC Acres - St. Anthony, ID
Pumpkin patch opens this season in late September. Features playground area, pumpkin train and fishing.
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. Open every day but Sunday in October. Their address is RRt 2 Box 175, Pocatello, ID 83202. It is about 16 miles south of Blackfoot, ID.
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. They are located at 7998 U.S. 20, Nampa, ID 83687. It is about 22 miles west of Boise.
The Farmstead - Meridian, ID
The fall season begins in the middle of September. This is the original location of Brett HerbstÍs 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 an afternoon or evening 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. They are open Monday through Saturday.
Tubb’s Berry Farm - Twin Falls, ID
Fall season opens in late September. Head out to the herbicide and 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. Their address is 1150 SouthPark Ave West, Twin Falls, Idaho 83301.
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. Open Monday through Saturday. Their address is 2726 Rollandet Street, Idaho Falls, ID 83402. It is located in Eastern Idaho about 27 miles north of Blackfoot, ID.
Burley Straw Maze – Burley, ID
They have a straw maze, haunted straw maze, laser tag and more. Activities including pumpkin patch run starting in early October.