Boulder County's Best Pumpkin Patches

Get your pumpkin patch fix by visiting at least one of these wonderful farms located in our area.

7th Generation Farm – Louisville 
Open daily through October – 9:30 am – dark
Enjoy wagon rides to the pumpkin patch, visit with the farm animals, paint a pumpkin, run in the corn maze, and purchase the farms locally raised eggs, meats, and other local products.

Munson Farms – Boulder
Open daily through November 1st – 9:00 am – 6:30 pm
Munson offers a great variety of heirloom squash including Cinderella Pumpkins, white, and greens varieties. Go to Munson for pumpkins only as they do not offer any other activities.

Anderson Farms – Erie
Open daily through November 2nd – Hours vary
Anderson Farms is the largest Fall Festival on the front range. Activities include hay wagon rides to the pumpkin patch, touring/feeding farm animals, pumpkin launching,
gem stone mining, pumpkin painting, face painting, pony rides, rubber ducky races, live music, food vendors, playground, and 30 acres of corn mazes. Anderson Farms is open on select evenings for Zombie Paintball and Haunted Corn Maze fun.

Red Wagon Farm – Boulder 
Open daily through October 31st – 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Pick your own pumpkins, tour the straw bale maze, visits alpacas and llamas, take a
hay ride.

Cottonwood Farm – Boulder
Open daily through October 31 – 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Cottonwood offers a pumpkin patch, corn maze, produce stand, hay rides, and a few animals to visit.

Rock Creek Farm – Broomfield
Open Daily through October 31st – 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Rock Creek allows you to drive the perimeter of their 120-acre pumpkin patch to pick your own favorite gourd. Tour their 30-acre corn maze, visit farm animals, walk through the hay bale maze, and enjoy treats from their farm stand. Rock Creek also offers corn maze tours at night and they aren’t haunted.

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