Fall is in the air, and it's time to plan fun things to do in Colorado to enjoy this beautiful season! Pumpkin patches are always a fall favorite. Autumn wouldn't be complete without carving a jack-o-lantern or baking a homemade pumpkin pie. Keep reading for the best pumpkin patches in Colorado.
Located in Erie Colorado, this gigantic and longest-running pumpkin patch features heaps of gourds, squash, and pumpkins. Aside from pumpkins, they have paintball, gem mining, a 30-acre corn maze, and much more. Stop by at night for Terror in the Corn and Zombie Paintball.
This family farm, north of Lafayette, is well stocked with pumpkins and fall produce. Their admission price is highly affordable at $5 per ticket, even on weekends. They also feature a corn maze, hay rides, and farm animals.
The harvest ride at Miller Farms is remarkable. You get the opportunity to go on a hay ride through their 180-acre fields with stops along the way to pick your own vegetables. You’ll find potatoes, carrots, onions, squash, peppers, pumpkins, and the list goes on!
Maize in the City
Admission to their pumpkin patch is completely free. You only pay for the corn maze, fall attractions, or whichever pumpkin you pick. Maize in the City stars a 20-acre corn maze, sand art, corn launchers, and much more!