Halloween haunts, pumpkin patches, tricks and treats, Da de los Muertos, neighborhood festivals, and harvest/holiday shops are all in the air. Are you also getting ready for Halloween? Looking for the best pumpkin shape for your Jack-O-Lantern?
Here are three Pumpkin Patches in the area.
1. Underwood Family Farms
Underwood Family Farms transforms into an autumnal wonderland every October as it hosts its annual Fall Harvest Festival, which includes a variety of events ranging from Wild West Weekend to All About Pumpkins. Throughout the month, visitors may enjoy live music, animal displays, corn mazes, and an unending supply of pumpkins.
Check: Fall Harvest on the Farm | Underwood Family Farms for more details.
2. Tanaka Farms
Known for its Hello Kitty-themed farm experience, Tanaka farm gets very busy this time of the year. As there are many visitors, one should reserved parking space. Plus, if you're looking for anything other than pumpkins, the U-pick veggie garden is open every day for your picking pleasure.
The farm is open from Sept 18–Oct 31: Daily 9am–6pm.
3. Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch
In a squash garden, the popular patch stands out like a scarecrow. It's as if someone plopped a piece of country farmland in the center of a fast-paced, metropolitan city, complete with rows of pumpkins, a large hand-carved rocking horse, a petting zoo, and a tiny straw labyrinth. Pony rides, intricate face painting, a super slide, pumpkin carving, a spider bounce, and food and drink booths are all available at this small piece of autumn. If you can, stop by on a weekday afternoon for $5 entrance; otherwise, you'll have to pay a rising admission charge every weekend and on Friday evenings.
Make sure to give them a visit before it gets crowded as the spooky season is getting near.