For This Halloween, Visit a Pick-Your-Own Pumpkin Patch

Fall is our favorite time of year at Farm Bureau Insurance, and there’s no better place for families to enjoy the unique pleasures of autumn than a Colorado pumpkin patch. Kids will love the out-of-the-ordinary activities, and parents will love the photo ops!

From the spooky to the quaint, we’ve rounded up a few noteworthy pumpkin patches from all over the state to start your search for a fun-filled Halloween adventure.

Tip: Some patches regularly update weather information in case of closures; if in doubt, call before you go. Also, some tickets may be purchased in advance, so check online for schedules and other info.

COVID-19 Advisory: always call or check online sites before you go, as schedules, activities, or COVID-19 policies may be subject to change.

South Colorado

Falfa Pumpkin Patch

  • Some children’s activities will be closed this year due to COVID-19.
  • Come out and pick your own white or traditional orange pumpkins and stay as long as you’d like.
  • Pumpkins are sold by weight, with a typical carving pumpkin (8 to 12 pounds) priced at $7. Choose from pumpkins for carving, making pies, or for decoration.
  • For kids, this one-acre patch offers a static train with a slide and bell whistle, a ride around the patch in a barrel train ($2 per child), and a corn pit with toys.
  • If you’d like to bring a picnic and eat outdoors in the shade, call in advance.

Check “Breaking News” on the website for early closings due to weather.
DatesOpen through October 31
HoursSaturdays and Sundays, 10:00am-6:00pm
Address54 County Road 221
Durango, CO 81303 (map)
Phone(970) 769-0252

North Colorado

Fritzler Farm Park and Scream Acres

Pick your own pumpkins at Fritzler Farm Park’s large U-Pick Patch. More than 25 family attractions are available, including a corn maze, pumpkin house, go-karts, barrel train and pumpkin cannons. Scream Acres’ “committed actors” promise to deliver “a Haunt experience unlike any other.”

COVID-19 Guidelines: check the website for detailed sanitary and social distancing procedures.
DatesOpen through October 31
HoursCheck the website for varying daily schedules. The park will be open during “select days and hours.”
Address20861 County Road 33
LaSalle, Colorado 80645 (map)
Phone(970) 737-2129
AdmissionDaily: $19.95 at gate
Daytime Season Pass: $49.95 at gate

Central Colorado

Lone Creek Farm

Attractions include a pumpkin patch, corn maze, ziplines, giant pumpkin jump pads, pumpkin drop, pig races, farm animals, and more.
DatesOpen through November 1

Due to frequent changes in COVID-19-related guidelines and regulations, please call to get the latest information.
Hours10:00am-6:00pm Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Address3879 N. State Highway 83
Franktown, Colorado 80116 (map)
Phone(303) 800-1243
AdmissionChildren 3 and under: Free
Ages 4 to 62: $19.95
Military and Senior: $16.95
Groups of 15 or more: $15.95

The Patch in Elizabeth

Plan for a full day at this large patch near the Denver area. Attractions include a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, a four-acre corn maze (and a mini-maze for little ones), “Bucking Bronco train,” hayride, and much more. Before you leave, jump on a tractor-pulled wagon for a ride to the pumpkin patch, where you may choose from black, white, or traditional orange!

See detailed COVID-19 Agritourism Safety Guidelines on the website.
DatesOpen through November 8
HoursTuesday-Friday: 10:00am-3:00pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10:00am-6:00pm
Address39980 Fox Trot Circle
Elizabeth, Colorado 80107 (map)
Phone(720) 446-6001
AdmissionAge 2 and under: Free​
Regular Admission: $19.95 (includes $3 concessions voucher)​
Grandparents: $9.95​
Military Discount: 10 percent savings

West Colorado

Studtz’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze

Choose from a variety of pumpkins that you can pick yourself! Traditional, Green and White Pumpkins—small to “gigantic.” Pricing is dependent on the size and variety you choose. All are non-GMO and pesticide-free.

Kids can also enjoy corn mazes, a pumpkin jump, hay mountain, “animal train” ride, and more.
DatesOpen October 3-31, 2020
HoursTuesday-Thursday: 12:00pm-7:00pm
Friday: 12:00pm-9:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-9:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am-7:00pm
Address21 1/2 Road
Grand Junction, Colorado 81505 (map)
Phone(970) 773-6489
AdmissionChildren 3 and under are free every day
Weekdays: $9
Weekends: $12

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