Looking to pick pumpkins with your family or friends during this fine fall season? There’s nothing quite like picking and carving pumpkins, whether it be in conjunction with your Halloween celebrations, your Thanksgiving preparations, or just plain fall fun. Here’s a buying guide to help you find the best local pumpkin patches in the metro area of Denver, Colorado.
Denver Pumpkin Patches boasts itself as the number one guide to Denver pumpkin patches and family friendly farm attractions. Offering one of the most complete and up-to-date online directories for counties like Adams, Boulder, and Broomfield, DenverPumpkinPatches.com is a great resource for finding local pumpkin patches and other autumn and Halloween attractions.
Pumpkin Patch: Cottonwood Farm in Boulder, Colorado
One pumpkin patch that Denver Pumpkin lists is Cottonwood Farm in Boulder. Known this time of year for its end up summer produce sales, soon Cottonwood Farm will be the place to be for its fall and Halloween festival. Open from September 27 to October 31, 10 am to 6 pm daily, Cottonwood Farm is a great place for families to visit. Admission is free but certain activities cost.
Besides being able to pick out organically grown pumpkins here, Cottonwood Farm also has a straw bale maze, a corn field maze, steam tractors and other farm equipment, as well as calves, sheep, chickens, goats, and its prized farm dog named Jackson.
Located on the southwest corner of 75th St. and Arapahoe Rd., you can use the Cottonwood’s interactive route finder online to find specific driving directions. You can call 720-890-4766 or email email@example.com for more information.
Pumpkin Patch: Rock Creek Farm in Broomfield
Another place for picking pumpkins that Denver Pumpkin suggests is Rock Creek Farm, which is currently closed to the public but will open its Fall 2009 season on the last Saturday of September. Situated about twenty minutes north of Denver, Rock Creek Farm prides itself on having over 100 acres of fields for friends and families to wander through to pick pumpkins. Typically open from 9 am to 6 pm, something very unique about Rock Creek is that many of the pumpkins waiting to be picked are still on the vine. With pruning shears in hand, you’ll be able to experience a little taste of real farm life for yourself.
The Broomfield farm also has corn mazes, caramel apples, farm animals, and more fall fun attractions. With a detailed online Price Listing of all that’s offered at Rock Creek, you’ll be able to instantly know if this pumpkin patch is right for your budget. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-465-9565 for more information.
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