Pick the Perfect Pumpkin at One of These Phoenix-Area Patches

kids at pumpkin patch

​Looking for a big, plump pumpkin to make the perfect jack-o-lantern with? You’re sure to find your perfect match in one of these Valley patches!

MacDonald’s Ranch – 26540 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale

Admission: $10-12
Pumpkin prices: $4-12

Open Tuesday-Sunday, MacDonald’s Ranch offers family-friendly fun with an exciting western twist! All of the usual activities—western games, panning for gold, the petting zoo and train rides—will be open for business, alongside seasonal ones like hayrides and a hay maze.

Mother Nature’s Farm – 1663 E. Baseline Rd., Gilbert

Admission: $5 for Adults, $10 for Children
Pumpkin prices: Vary by size (1 oz. to 500 lbs.)

This Gilbert favorite is a can’t-miss for families with youngsters! In fact, according to their website, they have “plenty of room for the kids to be kids.” Every kiddo who attends will receive a small pumpkin to decorate, as well as free reign of the farm’s various attractions, including the hayride, spider web crawl, straw bounce and an adventure maze. There’s also a variety of farm animals to visit!

Schenpf Farms – 24810 Rittenhouse Rd., Queen Creek

Admission: $20 ($15 discounted tickets available at Fry’s Food Stores)
Pumpkin prices: $3-15

Schnepf Farms’ beloved Pumpkin & Chili Party is back for another season, offering Phoenix residents a delicious spread of warm comfort food, including homemade corn bread, roasted corn on the cob, succotash, pulled pork and, of course, chili. There are also plenty of fall activities going on throughout the event, from hayrides, corn mazes, marshmallow roasting and a petting zoo to carnival rides, pig races, bonfires and a pumpkin launch.

Tolmachoff Farms – 5726 N. 75th Ave., Glendale

Admission: $12
Pumpkin prices: Vary by size

Glendale families looking for festive fun will definitely want to make a trip to Tolmachoff Farms. In addition to their giant pumpkin patch, the farm is famous for its 6-acre corn maze, which has a new theme every year. Plus, after dark, brave visitors can try their luck in the haunted corn maze for an extra fee.

Vertuccio Farms – 4011 S. Power Rd., Mesa

Admission: $9-10
Pumpkin prices: Vary by size (hay bales and corns stalks also available for purchase)

Vertuccio Farms’ annual Corn Maze & Fall Festival is a Mesa staple! This year, alongside usual activities like the 7-acre corn maze, mini hay maze, duck races, pumpkin paint-and-take, train ride, pumpkin bowling and spider-web climb, visitors can take a ride on the new mule-pulled wagon.

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