Your Guide to the Best Pumpkin Patches in Denver

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It’s time to plan your annual trip to the pumpkin patch. There’s no shortage of pumpkin patches to choose from in the Denver area but to make your decision a little bit easier, we’ve broken down which ones are worth checking out. 


Anderson Farm is so much more than a pumpkin patch, you can also enjoy pedal karts, farm animals, jump pads, a barrel train, and we can’t forget about its main feature, a 25-acre corn maze! It’s open every day of the week, except for Tuesday from now until October 31st. On weekdays it’s $15 per person and on weekends, it’s $23 but kids under 3 are always free. 


At Mazzotti Farms, admission covers the cost of one pumpkin! This is one of the best pumpkin patches to bring kids to because their corn maze is scare-free. Plus, they have a petting zoo where your little ones can get up close and personal with some of their favorite farm animals. Best of all, you can make your very own scarecrow for just $40. 


Enjoy face painting and baked goods at Mile High Farms. This pumpkin patch is only open on the weekends and admission costs  $16 for ages 13-59, $10 for ages 60+ and military service people, $10 for ages 5-12, and 4 and under are free. This is great for a spur-of-the-moment trip since tickets do not need to be purchased in advance. 


With over 100 acres of pumpkin patch to explore, you’re sure to find the perfect pumpkin at Rock Creek Farm. Open 9 am-6 pm on the weekdays and 9 am-10 pm on the weekends, this is a more affordable pumpkin patch in the area with admission costing only $7 per person ages 4 and up. Do keep in mind that corn maze tickets, pumpkins, decorations, and treats are an additional fee. 


You better hurry and plan your trip to the pumpkin patch soon before all the pumpkins are picked over!

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