10 Fun-Filled Pumpkin Patches in Southern Colorado

October 12, 2021

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10 Fun-Filled Pumpkin Patches for the Whole Family in Southern Colorado 


With autumn finally arriving after a long hot summer, the time for picking the perfect pumpkin is here. We’ve compiled a list of pumpkin patches and corn mazes that are sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face. 

Colon Orchards

Cañon City
A 4th generation farm that features a pumpkin patch, corn maze and a plethora of apple varieties and cider for you to embrace those fall vibes. 

Hours: Monday - Sunday 9 am - 6 pm
Cost: $10 per person

Diana’s Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze

Cañon City
In addition to the heirloom pumpkins, you can also pick up some other fall favorites like mums, squash, and gourds from this family-run business.  

Hours: Friday & Saturday 10 am - 9 pm, Sunday 10 am - 6 pm
Cost: $13 per person (kids five and under free), military discount available | Tickets can be purchased online in advance

Long Neck Pumpkin Farm

Colorado Springs
Operating since 2015, this farm offers hayrides, slides, duck races, and a variety of farm-themed playground activities. 

Hours: Friday - Sunday 10 am - 5 pm
Cost: $15 per person (kids two and under are free) | Tickets must be purchased online ahead of time

Colorado Kids Ranch

Monument 
In its 14th season, Colorado Kids Ranch boasts a variety of concessions in addition to hayrides, laser tag, a straw maze, bounce pillows, and more. 

Hours: Tuesday 9 am - 1 pm, Wednesday - Sunday 9 am - 5 pm
Cost: Kids (over three) $15, Adults $14, Senior/military discounts available

Venetucci Farm

Colorado Springs
As a Colorado Springs staple for years, Venetucci’s pumpkin patch and farm store are close to downtown Colorado Springs. Saturdays admission includes a craft fair. 

Hours: Thursday - Sunday 10 am - 2 pm
Cost: $5 per person (kids under 8 free) | Tickets can be purchased online in advance

Happy Apple Farm

Penrose
This is the only pet-friendly pumpkin patch on our list and boasts hayrides, apple cider, a variety of heirloom pumpkins for that perfectly crisp fall day with your family. 

Hours: Thursday - Sunday 9 am - 4:30 pm
Cost: Free

Guidestone Colorado

Salida 
This farm education nonprofit’s harvest festival has one weekend left (Oct. 15-17). Take a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch and let your kids enjoy the straw bale maze, crafts, and more.

Hours: October 15-17 | 9 am - noon, 1 - 4 pm
Cost: $10 per person (children two and under are free) | Tickets must be purchased in advance

Milberger Farms

Pueblo 
This farmstand and Pueblo Chile titan hosts southern Colorado’s only organic corn maze and pumpkin patch. With other activities like hayrides, barrel rides, and a corn box, there’s something for everyone. 

Hours: Fridays 9 am - Dark, Saturday & Sunday 9 am - 5 pm
Cost: $12/person

Pantaleo Farms (The Great Pumpkin Patch)

Vineland (Pueblo)
Located in the heart of Pueblo county’s agricultural landscape, this late-night pumpkin patch boasts a giant corn maze, hayrides, bonfires, inflatables, and more. 

Hours: Monday - Thursday 10 am - 6 pm (pumpkin picking & corn maze only), Friday 4 - 11 pm, Saturday 9 am - 11 pm, Sunday 9 am - 10 pm
Cost: $3 per person (kids three and under are free)

The Patch

Elizabeth
Run by the Smith family, this pumpkin patch features a 4-acre corn maze and a multitude of other activities like hayrides, a ropes course, their “bucking bronco” train, apple cannons, and more. 


Hours: Thursday-Friday 10 am - 3 pm, Saturday-Sunday 10 am - 6 pm
Cost: $19.95 per person (Kids two and under free) and includes a $3 concession voucher, $14.95 for grandparents, military discount available | Tickets can be purchased online

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