I’ll be face painting this Saturday, October 3, Saturday October 17, Sunday October 18 and other days to be determined, at the Petaluma Pumpkin Patch, a wonderful family-run venue.
Overflowing with autumn harvest bounty; sunflowers and pretty pumpkins growing in a large field. We got a big orange and green speckled one last year which turned completely orange and lasted for months uncarved.
Free activities include:
- Huge straw mountain with over 500 straw bales to climb
- Farm animals
- Little kid’s Maze
- Rubber duck races
- Corn Kernel sand box
- Free parking
Lots of other activities on weekends: face painting, horse rides, jumpy, snacks, etc. Kids and adults were all over the corn maze, I hear it takes 45 minutes to go through it, but I didn’t try it.
Since 1993, All produce sold at the Pumpkin Patch is locally & sustainably grown by 4th generation Petaluma Farmer Jim. Over 50 varieties of pre-picked squash, pumpkins and gourds. Pick pumpkins from the vine in the pumpkin patch. Open everyday in October (if it’s not rainy or muddy) with special weekend events.
Budderball the clown face paints there regularly, so be sure to say hi to her from Auntie Stacey. She’s the one with the blue hair.
Tip: The Pumpkin Patch has to close when it’s raining or muddy so check their Facebook page for updates during wet weather.
Petaluma Pumpkin Patch hours
Sunday-Thursday: 10AM TO 6PM
Friday & Saturday: 10AM TO 10PM
Admission to the corn maze closes 30 minutes prior to closing.
450 Stony Point Road
Petaluma, CA 94952
Have a safe & happy Halloween!
See you soon,