It can be sunny and sweaty in Southern California, but grab your favorite flannel and boots and head to one of the many pumpkin patches around town this eerie season.
There are parquet-filled parking lots, storefronts, or courtyards in almost every city, but here are a few places where you can pick the perfect pumpkin while embracing the Halloween spirit.
Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch
The popular Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch in Culver City is perfect not only for picking the best pumpkin to take home, but it’s also a great place for Halloween-themed photoshoots for Instagram. There are also a variety of activities including a pumpkin village, a skeleton slide, a straw maze, a zoo and more.
It may be a good idea to book a time interval online before entering. Admission Monday through Friday is $ 5, except Friday after noon. 17 it becomes $ 10. Weekend rates vary by date and time, from $ 20 to $ 30. Rates increase at all times during the last week of the month. Guests must sign COVID and disclaimers before entering.
Carriage ride, produce stands, arts and crafts, oh my! Tanaka farm in Irvine is the ultimate pumpkin adventure experience, with plenty to do for the whole family. On the weekends they even have Tanaka Grill open where you can enjoy toasted corn, pork sandwiches, churros, kettle corn and more. If that’s not tempting you enough, they’re even having a Hello Kitty-themed pumpkin patch experience.
The courtyard is open every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and closes at 3 p.m. on Halloween. Admission is $ 6 and parking is $ 10. Parking reservations are required Fridays from noon and all day Saturdays and Sundays.
Underwood Family Farms
Autumn Autumn at Underwood Family Farms in Moorpark includes a giant pumpkin patch, a corn maze, games, rides, live entertainment, a country store and more! You can not only choose your own pumpkins, but also fruits and vegetables. At the weekend, there are food stalls that offer, among other things, tri-tip sandwiches, hot dogs, burgers, toasted corn, shaved ice cream and pumpkin pie.
Admission is $ 10 during the week and ranges from $ 16 to $ 22 on weekends. Parking is free.
Haunt ‘Halloween LA
Haunt O ‘Ween in Woodland Hills, the ultimate Halloween playground with immersive tunnels, pumpkin picking and carving, a scarecrow garden, a 40-foot carousel and as many as 35,000 pumpkins is on display. Plus, food trucks! Although last year was a drive-through experience due to the pandemic, this year it is boots-on-the-ground.
The cost of this is on the higher end, with tickets for $ 30 on weekdays and $ 35 on weekends. Parking is free.
Cal Poly Pomona Pumpkin Fest
The annual Cal Poly Pomona Pumpkin Festival is back! Choose the perfect pumpkin, pet a goat, milk a cow, ride a hay wagon and get lost in a giant corn maze. There is also an animal farm and a marketplace with fresh produce, honey and autumn decorations.
Tickets will only be available online. Wednesday and Thursday there is free admission from 15:00 to 20:00 (online reservation is still required). On Fridays it is $ 5 for adults and $ 4 for children ages 3 to 12. On weekends, admission for adults is $ 8 and for children $ 6. The pumpkin patch is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
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