Pumpkin Patch List 2019

Pumpkin Patch List 2019

October is Pumpkin Patch Season in Arizona! Here is a list of some of our favorite spots to go pumpkin patching.

MacDonald’s Ranch

MacDonald’s Ranch in north Scottsdale is one of our family’s annual favorites. We make time every year to visit the ranch’s pumpkin patch, which is only accessible by horse drawn hayride. The first stop at the ranch is their old Western town, just inside the entrance, then on to the pony rides, games, hay bale maze and other fun activities. We always pick out a least a couple of pumpkins (they have a great range of sizes), so either save the hayride to the pumpkin patch for last, or bring a wagon to carry your load. Special note: wear sunscreen, a hat and very comfortable shoes – this is a working ranch and you’ll be walking through the desert to enjoy all that the ranch has to offer.

26540 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85255-9343

Mortimer Farms

We love to visit Mortimer Farms in the cooler climes of Dewey, Arizona. This working farm has a fantastic Pumpkin Festival, and includes activities for older kids and grown-ups on Friday and Saturday evenings. Mortimer Farms not only has a real live corn maze, hay rides, and pumpkin patch, it also boasts a zipline, nightly barn dance, karaoke, pig races and an official “Pumpkin Chunkin’” competition! This Pumpkin Festival is worth the trip, and is a great way to cool off during our not quite cool yet Octobers in Phoenix.

12907 E. State Route 169
Dewey, AZ 86327

Tolmachoff Farms

Right in the heart of Glendale, Tolmachoff Farms is a real working farm and home to one of our favorite pumpkin patches to visit every year. The farm has a huge pumpkin patch, a mini corn maze for the little ones, and a haunted corn maze for bigger kids. They also have a great petting zoo, train ride, hay pyramid, corn box, adult and child pedal cart track, giant jumping pillow and much more. This year, they also have a haunted corn maze that looks terrifically scary. Tolmachoff Farms is a great place to take your kids and hosts many field trips from schools around the valley. Go enjoy some shady trees, fresh air and pumpkin farm fun in the West Valley!

5726 N. 75th Ave.
Glendale, AZ. 85303

Carefree Enchanted Pumpkin Garden

The Enchanted Pumpkin Garden in Carefree features beautiful, whimsical pumpkin carvings from master sculptor Ray Villafane and the Villafane Studios team. It is open to the public and woven throughout the four acre Carefree Desert Gardens – right on Easy Street in Carefree, Arizona. The Enchanted Pumpkin Garden invites visitors to see mischievous pumpkin characters, Saguaro cacti and scarecrows, all artfully carved by Ray and his team. It will also feature several special events on different weekends, including instructional carving nights, costume contests, and weekly activities such as the “Adopt a Pumpkin” patch, pumpkin pie eating competition, corn maze, face painting, arts and crafts, a new harvest market, food and a local craft beer garden. We can wait to see those delightful pumpkins and carvings first hand.

101 Easy Street
Carefree AZ 85377

Other Pumpkin Patches Near Phoenix

There are tons of great pumpkin patches near Phoenix that we just haven’t had a chance to try yet. Here is a list of some you can check out with a range of prices and locations. If you head that direction, please drop us a note and let us know what you think!

Rocker 7 Farm Patch

19601 W Broadway Rd.
Buckeye, AZ 85326

Schnepf Farms Pumpkin and Chili Party

24610 S. Rittenhouse Road
Queen Creek, AZ 85142

Mother Nature’s Farm

1663 E. Baseline RD.
Gilbert, AZ 85233-1542

Vertuccio Farms Fall Festival

4011 S. Power Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85212

Marana Pumpkin Patch and Farm Festival

14901 N. Wentz Road
Marana, AZ

Seasonal Farms

1819 N 99th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85037
700 N. Higley Rd. Gilbert, AZ 85204

Crooked Sky Farms

2615 S 27th Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85009

North Valley Pumpkin Patch

46135 N Black Canyon Highway
Phoenix, Arizona 85087

Amadio Ranch

4701 W Dobbins Rd
Laveen, Arizona 85339



Have a great time celebrating fall in Arizona!

– mambug



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