While Phoenix might not be feeling the cool fall weather, we can certainly embrace the coming Halloween season with a visit to the pumpkin patch. Many of these Phoenix pumpkin patches include kids activities like petting zoos, corn mazes and other fall festivities. Scroll through our list of Phoenix-area pumpkin patches below and get ready to pick that perfect one!
This spot in Mesa offers it all—massive pumpkin patch, corn maze, giant jump pad, mini hay maze and a giant tube slide. This year bring a new-and-improved barrel train ride. Don't miss coming back to the farm in the winter for the Christmas light show!
4011 S. Power Rd.
This spot is well known for its horseback rides and it also has an amazing pumpkin patch in the fall. Your entrance ticket gets you the opportunity to pan for gold, roam the Western Town and play some old-time games like duck races and conk the crow. Kids will love the hay maze that super short and designed just for them.
26540 N. Scottsdale Rd.
This four-generation farm has a massive pumpkin patch, petting zoo, hay pyramid and corn box. The crowds love the corn maze and there's even a small version that's perfect for kids. If you are super brave, come back in the evenings for the haunted corn maze!
5726 N. 75th Ave
This is the place to go if you are looking for an organic U-Pick garden experience. Throughout October, Schnepf Farms offers fun fall activities like hay rides, a 4-acre corn maze, a pumpkin patch, pig races and, of course, chili. Grab party food like a burger, chili dinner or succotash, and take a spin on exciting rides or the farm’s train. Fireworks light up the sky Friday and Saturday nights. Don’t forget to grab your Halloween pumpkin during your visit.
24610 S Rittenhouse Rd.
Queen Creek, AZ
Mother Nature's Farm
This pumpkin patch is stocked with fresh pumpkins daily, ranging from one ounce to 500 pounds! Shop at Maneau’s Market for great fall decorations and the best pumpkin accessories. Admission gets you into the air bounce, a hayride, spider web crawl, feeding the animals and Alexander’s Adventure Maze.
1663 E. Baseline Rd.
COVID-19 Update: Visitors are asked to wear masks indoors.
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