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Petaluma Pumpkin Patch

Great Pumpkin Patches in Sonoma County

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As Sonoma Wine Country sets into the fall mood, the mornings have a crispness in the air but the days still turn warm. Summer warm. The leaves are just starting to turn, the grapes are being harvested, apples are still being picked, and picturesque fields are given over to pumpkins.

Family farms feature a variety of gourds for your autumnal mood and Halloween creations. You could find a kid fest, a down home farm experience, do a little wine tasting, and find the perfect pumpkins for your seasonal decor.

Grandma's Pumpkin Patch, Healdsburg

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Grandma's Pumpkin Patch

Lots of fun can be found at this family farm. Stroll through the pumpkins, pet farm animals, climb the hay stacks, run through the maze, and check out vintage tractors. Take along lunch and linger at one of the shaded picnic tables.

Punky's Pumpkin Patch, Santa Rosa

Families can enjoy fun activities and choose from a generous selection of pumpkins, squash, and heirloom winter squash grown by the Gutzman Family. This pumpkin patch is located at Santa Rosa's Luther Burbank Center. 

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch and Amazing Corn Maze, Petaluma

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Petaluma Pumpkin Patch and Amazing Corn Maze

More than five acres of home-grown pumpkins, squash, and gourds present a huge selection to pick your own variety. Have fun with seasonal activities like the huge straw mountain and corn kernel sand box. Try to find the single exit out of the four-acre corn maze — it can take 45 minutes to complete! On Fridays and Saturdays, take a flashlight to try the maze at night.

Pronzini Pumpkin Patch, Petaluma

A variety of pumpkins and corn are growing at Pronzini's for all ages to enjoy acres of fun this fall. Families can enjoy hay rides, bouncy houses and slides, a petting zoo, pedal cars, and the Haunted Trail.

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Muelrath Ranches

Muelrath Ranches, Santa Rosa

There's good ol' fashioned fun at Muelrath Ranch with a corn maze, hay pyramid, vintage tractors, and a great variety of sustainably grown pumpkins and gourds to choose from. Pack a picnic and enjoy the season.

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The Peter Pumpkin Patch

The Peter Pumpkin Patch, Petaluma

At Petaluma Creamery's rural working dairy and farm, you'll find all kinds of varieties of pumpkins, baby animals, farm activities, hay rides, and a hay maze. Taste wonderful Spring Hill cheeses and enjoy their homemade ice cream. 

The Santa Rosa Patch, Santa Rosa

This family run pumpkin patch has eight acres of pumpkins and a huge corn maze with short or long routes to follow. There are lots of activities here, including a huge jumpy pillow, inflatable slide and bounce house, petting farm, hay rides, pumpkin blasters. There is a charge for admission and various wristbands are for sale for enjoying all that's on offer. Special guests like Moana and Spiderman will be making appearances on the weekends. 

Foggy River Farm, Healdsburg

Bring your family for an authentic pumpkin patch experience at Foggy River Farm, complete with a Fairy Corn Forest scavenger hunt and dozens of pumpkin varieties. Pick your gorgeous carving pumpkins, decorative gourds and edible squash in a beautiful field amidst the backdrop of the Russian River Valley's rolling hills and lush vineyards. Check Foggy River Farm's Facebook page ahead of your visit to see which days their baby goats are at the Healdsburg pumpkin patch for petting.

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