2022 Pumpkin Patches in Arizona

Fall is right around the corner and with the soon to be cooler temperatures and all the fun, fall activities that are scheduled around the state, it is now time to get out to enjoy some family activities and to and pick that perfect pumpkin for your jack-o-latern this year.

Visiting a local pumpkin patch or road tripping north to take in the fall crisp air is a great valley tradition for many. We have compiled a list of great Pumpkin Patches throughout Arizona.

Schnepf Farms Pumpkin and Chili Party
Queen Creek
October 1st – November 1st

One of the most desirable places to celebrate Fall, Schepf Farms has it all for families looking for fun during the Fall and is a great place to pick the perfect pumpkin.

There is a long list of activities that your admission ticket covers such as a roller coaster, zip lines, petting zoo, hayrides, corn mazes and a great big super slide for racing each other.  General admission is $23.95 per person. Book your tickets online on their official website. They also offer an all-season pass for $78.95 per person, which allows you to visit any day with access to all the rides.

Mortimer Farms Pumpkin Fest and Corn Maze 
Dewey
September 17th – October 31st

This is a great event if you are looking to get out of the valley for a day trip and want to also enjoy some good ol’ fashioned farm fun in Dewey, Arizona. It’s a statewide favorite for sure.

The farm offers Pumpkin Fest, a Corn Maze, hayrides, barrel train rides, pig races, and dog races. Guests can also enjoy a circus show, zip lines, ropes course races, karaoke, and more.

Entry fees varying depending on date. There is children pricing as well as a season pass.  Click here for ticketing, admission and hours of operation. It is a recommended that you reserve a spot before you go because they fill up quickly.

Vertuccio Farms Fall Festival 
Mesa
September 30th-October 30th
Head out to Mesa to enjoy the the Vertuccio Farms Corn Maze & Fall Festival. This pumpkin patch features mini golf, inflatables, a zipline, spider web climb, and a barrel train ride. In addition, there is also a petting zoo, giant tube roll, mini hay maze for kids, pumpkin bowling, and more.

Their operating hours vary from day to day, so visit their site to learn more. Admission is $15 per person. Kids two years and younger are free.

Tolmachoff Farms Pumpkin Days
Glendale
October 1st – November 1st
The event offers pumpkin patch, corn maze, petting zoo, train ride, hay pyramid, corn box, adult/child pedal cart track, jumping pillow and much more.

A west valley staple for Fall family fun is located in Glendale is Tolmachoff Farms. The farm features a haunted maze located over a cemetery and also has several activities to choose from. Get lost in their corn maze, enjoy their petting zoo, climb the hay pyramid and more. And don’t forget the large selection of incredible pumpkins to choose from.

Admission entry is just $14 and kids two years or younger are free.

Mother Nature’s Farm Pumpkin Patch 
Gilbert
September 24th-October 31st
$12.00 per person, children 1 year or younger free.
Reservations are not needed and tickets are only purchased in person, not online. This event is fun for the whole family on the farm. If you plan to eat or want to pay to feed the animals, bring cash. After you pick your pumpkin in their patch, enjoy the maze and the farm boutique. Click here for more event information.

Willis Family Farm 
Snowflake
September 24th-October 31st
Games, Trains, Mazes and a haunted experience. This pumpkin patch in Snowflake, Arizona has it all for a day of fun. The farm offers two mazes, a train ride, a game zone, and laser tag. They also offer a haunt on Saturdays nights in October.

All the activities are individually priced and you can view the pricing on their official website. Check their site to learn about all their pricing, hours and details. The website encourages attendees to check the weather before coming out to the farm.

Marana Pumpkin Patch and Farm festival 
Marana
October 2nd to October 31st
If you are down south, the Marana Pumpkin Patch is one not to miss. It is easily one of Arizona’s best pumpkin patches in the state offering full family fun between a pumpkin patch, corn maze, wagon ride, tractor ride swings, pig races and petting zoo.

Their pricing varies depending on the day of your visit. Visit their site to learn about their hours, tickets and pricing. They are closed Mondays thru Wednesdays.

Apple Annie’s Apple Orchard 
Willcox
September 17th – October 31st.
Located in Willcox, Arizona, the farm offers a pure family fun with a corn maze, pumpkin patch, sunflower fields and apple picking.

Guests twelve years and older entrance fee is $11 and include all the fun. Children between the ages of three and eleven are $9. Ages 2 and under are free. Click here to learn more about their event.

Viola’s Flower Garden’s Flagstaff Pumpkin Patch 
Willcox
October 1st – October 31st

If there is one part of the state that screams Fall, it is Flagstaff. With the cooler temperatures and fall leaves, this might be one of the best places to pick a pumpkin and ring in Fall. Viola’s Flower Garden  hosts a pumpkin patch event during the month of October and it offers a truly great photo opportunity.

The patch offers over 25 different varieties of pumpkins. But before you decide on your pumpkin, head over to their straw bale maze for some fun.

Admission is just $3 and kids three years and are free.

Rocker 7 Farm Patch
Buckeye
October 13th – October 31st

Having been closed in 2020, Rocker 7 Farm Patch in Buckeye will be open this fall. Festival admission costs $8 but discounts are available for bigger groups. You can get a family pass (up to 5 people) for $35, a group pass (up to 10 people) for $70, and a party pass (up to 25 people) for up to $125.

Admission price includes hayride, crop maze, petting zoo, hay pyramid, cotton fields, sunflower field, pumpkin patch, jumping pillow, tractor tire playground and pedal carts.

Pumpkins and concessions are sold separately, including vendors on Saturdays and Sundays. The farm offers an open food policy for anyone who would like to bring their own picnic to the farm.

The farm also features a stunning sunflower field that would offer a pretty special backdrop for family photos. Click here for more details.


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