Are you in need of pumpkins for fall? We made a list of some of the best pumpkin patches to go to!
Some pumpkin patches have other activities such as corn mazes, farm animals, face painting, food, and more! Some great ones to highlight are Bi-Zi Farms, Fantasy Trail Wenzel Farm, and The Sauvie Island Pumpkin Patch in Portland.
Bi-Zi is $12 per person but children 2 years and under are free! Seniors are $10 per person. The admission to the pumpkin patch includes: One free pumpkin (any size you can carry!), corn maze, farm animals, live music, one free hot drink, wagon ride, and much more! Interested in a more spooky experience? Try the corn maze in the dark! From 6pm-9:30pm after the pumpkin patch closes you can try your luck at getting through the 7 acre maze! (For more information visit: https://bizifarms.com/pumpkin-patch/)
From October 1st - October 30th the Wenzel family decorate their fantasy trail with spooky Halloween decorations. This trail makes for a great family night for all ages! There is a 40 foot lighted castle, suspension bridge, fantasy scenes, and pumpkin patch. Adult tickets are $7 and children under 12 are $6. The trail is open at night and during the day for hours of fun! Night hours are 7pm-10pm, and day hours are 12pm-5pm. (For more details visit: http://www.fantasytrail.com/)
Growing over two million pounds of pumpkins each year The Sauvie Island Pumpkin Patch has pumpkins, gifts and FREE activities! There are daily hay rides through October 31st from 10am to 5:45am, The Big Red Animal Barn, giant hay maze, and giant hay pyramid are all free. Pumpkins are priced per pound (0-9lbs=$2, 10-19lbs=$4, 20-29lbs=$6, 30+lbs=$8). With food, produce, coffee, family activities and more, The Pumpkin Patch is great fall fun for all ages! (For more details visit: https://www.thepumpkinpatch.com/)