10 Best Pumpkin Patches in Colorado!

With the leaves changing and temperatures dropping in Colorado, fall can really be a beautiful time in the colorful state. Embrace the wonderful weather and celebrate a new season's arrival by heading to a pumpkin patch in Colorado.

Autumn just wouldn't be complete without a homemade pumpkin pie or a jack-o-lantern. When it comes to finding the perfect pumpkin, the Colorado farms on this list have the most noteworthy pumpkin patches, known to have a plethora of this vibrant gourd!

Many of these locations in Colorado are family-run businesses that have been growing produce for generations. Visiting a pumpkin patch in Colorado isn't just about picking the perfect pumpkins, it's about embracing the culture of the state. Don't miss out and visit these 10 best pumpkin patches in Colorado to experience fall fun this autumn season.

Anderson Farms, Erie, CO

Known as one of Colorado's longest-running corn mazes and pumpkin patches, Anderson Farms has become a northeast Colorado favorite fall attraction. Located in Erie, Anderson Farms not only boasts the biggest pumpkin patch in Colorado but also has gourd launching displays, pony rides, a playground, and a farm stand. Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch where you can choose from over 26 varieties of squash, pumpkins and gourds. And for the thrill-seekers they have Terror in the Corn where you can explore 10 acres of fear. 

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Diana's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze, CaƱon City, CO

Diana's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze is a family-run business located in Cañon City. At Diana's, guests can enjoy the eight-acre corn maze as well as the pumpkin patch complete with numerous varieties of pumpkins. Heirloom, specialty, large and small pie pumpkins are all grown on site here at Diana's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze.

Cottonwood Farms, Lafayette, CO

Cottonwood Farms not only has a well-stocked pumpkin patch but also features a corn maze, farm animals, straw-bale maze and hayrides. This farm, which offers free admission during weekdays and $5 on Saturday and Sunday, is a destination for both fall produce and Christmas trees from Thanksgiving to Christmas.

Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms, Denver, CO

At Denver Botanic Gardens, Chatfield Farms boasts a 10-acre pumpkin patch and an seven-acre corn maze. A mini-maze is even offered for small children to enjoy. Guests can drop their pumpkins off at the pumpkin daycare while they enjoy the rest of Chatfield Farms.

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Rock Creek Farm, Broomfield, CO

Rock Creek Farm in Broomfield wows guests with a 100-acre pumpkin patch and six miles of corn mazes. But that isn't all: Rock Creek also has a petting zoo, pumpkin carving, straw bales and more. After a few hours of fall fun at Rock Creek, don't forget to snack on their famous caramel apples and pumpkin desserts.

Studt's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze, Grand Junction, CO

Complete with a pumpkin patch, mazes to enjoy day and night and a haunted maze, Studt's Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze is perfect for fall family fun. Studt's first pumpkin patch started over 30 years ago, and has now grown into a must-visit fall attraction in the Grand Junction area.

Mile High Farms, Bennett, CO

Mile High Farms impresses guests with not just its eclectic pumpkin patch, but also the farm's two corn mazes, a petting zoo, inflatable bounce castles, hayride and even face painting. Find pumpkins in wide variety, from baking pumpkins to whimsical Cinderella pumpkins. This Bennett farm is perfect for fall family fun.

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Miller Farms, Platteville, CO

A family-run business for generations, Miller Farms offers a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, corn maze and hayrides through 180-acres of fields where you can pick your own vegetables. Guests can also learn about the true nature of farm life with their farm tours. The Annual Fall Festival is a popular time to visit this Platteville farm.

Colorado Pumpkin Patch, Monument, CO

The Colorado Pumpkin Patch, a family-friendly farm, provides families with a stellar pumpkin patch, outdoor laser tag, gourd target practice, a petting zoo, mazes, and of course a hayride. This pumpkin patch recommends choosing pumpkins Oct. 1-20, ensuring that you get the best selection. Guests will not find scary activities on this farm, making it perfect for a fall family outing.

Fritzler Farm Park, La Salle, CO

Located seven miles south of Greeley, Fritzler's Farm Park has eight acres of pumpkin patch, but guests typically come for its incredible corn maze. The corn maze at Fritzler's is intended to challenge and thrill guests. Complete your time at Fritzler's with a ride on the mini rollercoaster or go-carts. Head to the corn maze at night for a spooky, haunted experience.

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