BEST Pumpkin Patches of Rancho Cucamonga & The Inland Empire

Best Pumpkin Patches of Rancho Cucamonga and the Inland Empire

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Wondering where to take your family for the fall fun? Going for a pumpkin patch is one of the best and fun ways to celebrate this harvest season in Rancho Cucamonga and the Inland Empire. And with the approaching Halloween holiday, it’s the ideal time to find the perfect jack-o’-lantern to carve up and decorate your home. During this fall season, whether you plan to go to a field filled with all varieties of colorful pumpkins, or buy them at a roadside stand, we want to ensure that you get the best pumpkin for carving, eating or decorating. To help you with your quest to finding the perfect pumpkin patches, here is a list of some of the best locations. The venues are filled with gourds of all shapes and sizes and lots of other autumn friendly family activities to enjoy in Rancho Cucamonga and the entire Inland Empire.

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Stu Miller’s Pumpkin Patch in Rancho Cucamonga
While selecting the perfect pumpkin could be the main event, this place offers plenty of other entertainment for the whole family to engage in. Besides the hay rides and corn maze, your kids will get to enjoy other activities like bungee jumps, mechanical rides, games, petting zoo, giant inflatable slide and other inflatables. There are lots of pumpkins to choose from the patch, and you can use their wheelbarrows. Plenty of food is available too.

Cal Poly Pomona Pumpkin Festival
Attend the 23rd annual Pumpkin Festival on October 17th and 18th 2015 and get to choose your favorite pumpkin among the thousands displayed in the field. It is also a great moment to take pictures with the beautiful background to provide memories that will last. Corn maze, face painting, petting zoos, horse rides and more activities are available to enjoy with your family and friends.

Montclair Plaza Pumpkin Patch
The Montclair Pumpkin Patch features a dozen of attractions that are meant to entertain the children and adults alike. From pumpkin picking, petting zoo to pony rides, you will obviously find something to engage your thoughts. The pumpkin patch runs until October 31st.
Come out and attend any of the above pumpkins patches this fall and enjoy the farming fun. It is a sure way to have a fun-filled and rewarding family affair. You just can never go wrong with Pumpkin Patches in Rancho and Inland Empire.

The Pumpkin Factory in Corona
Open from 2nd October through to 31st Spend time with friends and family at the Pumpkin Factory and get to sample lots of pumpkins while engaging in other activities like games, bouncing houses, petting zoos, pony rides, wonderful delicacies and many more. There is plenty to choose from in the family owned farm and you will definitely have a time of your life in the beautiful farm.

Riley’s Farm in Oak Glen
The historic Rileys Farm provides you with a chance to experience a first-hand experience of America’s history. It is one of the best pumpkin patches of all time that helps remake history while giving you a fun-filled moments. Create your adventure at the beautiful family owned firms and enjoy picking pumpkins and their fun demonstrations and activities. Feel free to wander around the fields and don’t forget to pass by their bakery for the best apple pie.

Live Oak Canyon Pumpkin Patch In Yucaipa
Live Oak Canyon offers some of the best wonderful delights. The pumpkin patch is filled with a myriad of activities that will leave you spoilt for choice. They have fifteen different pumpkin patches to choose from, a quad race for kids and even a monkey that shakes your hand for a dollar. You can walk around the park as well and take part in other activities like bounces houses and slides, petting zoo, corn maze, delicious food and lots more.

Irvine Railroad Pumpkin Patch
With a free entry to enter the pumpkin patch, you will be able to sample the various types and sizes of pumpkins from the best pumpkins available. The pumpkin patch also features hay rides, train rides, hay maze, carnival games, tractor races, picture stands and so much more. You will enjoy and never miss out on any other.

Hunter’s Pumpkin Patch at the Temecula Promenade
There is a lot to do at the Hunter’s Pumpkin Patch. They have a tricycle course, hay pyramid, sandbox, animal corral and hay rides, petting zoo, corn maze and much more. You get a chance to pick your ideal pumpkin at a fair price and have lots of photo opportunities with your friends and family. Hunter’s Pumpkin Patch has lots of other activities to engage in so there is something for everyone.

Big Horse Corn Maze and Harvest Festival, Temecula
It’s a pumpkin patch like no other with lots of family-friendly activities to engage in. Every year, an annual harvest festival is held through the month of October. In addition to the popular 11+ acre corn maze, there are plenty of activities like pony rides, hay ride, pillow jump, pig races, pie eating, face painting, gem mining and lots of other games to keep your kids entertained.

Peltzer Farm, Temecula

The Pumpkin Farm is open every day from September 27th to October 31st. You will have an exciting experience as you pick your favorite pumpkin from the variety of different shapes and sizes. You also get to enjoy other activities like the corn maze, hay ride, pony rides, train rides, gem mining and much more in the fall pumpkin farm event.

Peltzer Farms in Temecula
The Peltzer Farms is full of beautiful pumpkins of all sizes, shapes and color that will make searching for that ideal pumpkin so much fun. They even offer tractor-pulled hay ride around the patch so as you can enjoy the breathtaking view of the entire patch. Open from 9 am to 8 pm, the pumpkin farm also offers pony rides, train rides, petting zoos, pig races, corn maze and much more. Bring your kids to have a fun-filled day and moments to cherish.

Bates Nut Farm in Valley Center
Fall traditions and memories have been created at the Bates Nut Farm as families and friends come to share in the fun every year. There is a wide variety of pumpkins to choose from ranging from Big Macs, Ghost, Cinderella, squash, gourds, jack-o’-lantern and many more. Watch your kid pick out their favorite and pumpkin and even get a wheelbarrow for the extra help. More activities to enjoy include tractor hayrides, bounce houses, pony rides, straw maze, petting coral and more.

 

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