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Family Farm Fun at Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch

Located on a 30-acre farm off of Stony Point Road in Sonoma County, the Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch is definitely a must-visit attraction for families this fall. While its address is in Santa Rosa, it's actually located in the rural area just outside Rohnert Park, making it an easy trip from Marin.

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch is popular, and for good reason — there are a ton of fun activities here for the whole family. Of course, don't forget to head out into their giant 10-acre pumpkin patch to look for that perfect pumpkin, too.

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch

We visited the Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch this weekend and had a great time. We were really impressed with their enormous pumpkin patch, which has wide variety of different pumpkins and colorful gourds growing in it. Many of the pumpkins were still attached to the vine, so come prepared with a pocketknife or clippers!

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch

Santa Rosa pumpkin patch offers a wide variety of attractions for families. A $5 general admission wristband gets you access to much of the fun, including corn pits, tire swings, the hay pyramid, games, the petting zoo, and of course the pumpkin patch. A $20 wristband gets you all that plus access to jumpy pillows, bounce house, and inflatable slide. For $30, you can add on admission to the corn maze, a cow train ride to the pumpkin patch, and three shots on the pumpkin blasters. 

Attractions like the Cow Train, hay rides, and pumpkin blasters, are also available a la carte, and outside vendors are on hand on weekends with additional activities like pony rides and face painting. Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch is home to Sonoma County's largest corn maze, with short and long routes. Admission to the corn maze costs $5; children under 5 are admitted free. After 6 pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, it becomes the Night Maze and admission goes up to $7 for all ages. Learn more about all the attractions here.

Like most pumpkin patches, food — including hot dogs, chili, and nachos — and drinks are available for purchase. You can also get kettle corn, cotton candy, caramel apples, and other sweet treats. 

Their huge pumpkin patch has a really wide variety of pumpkins to choose from, ranging from classic orange jack-lantern types to specialty pumpkins, squash, and gourds. There are plenty of carts to use to haul your future jack-o-lanterns back to the checkstand and then to your car. Prices range from $5 to $20 and up for classic orange pumpkins, depending on size. Specialty pumpkins start at $8, gourds are $3 and up each.

With more than enough activities and attractions to keep everyone occupied and an easy-to-get-to location, the Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch is a popular choice for fall family fun. For more information, call (707) 331-6653 or visit

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch

If You Go

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch is open Monday–Thursday from 11 am–6 pm, Friday 11 am–10 pm, Saturday 9 am–10 pm, and Sunday from 9 am–8 pm. The pumpkin patch will close at 6 pm on Halloween, October 31. Last corn maze entry is 45 minutes before the patch closes. The patch may be closed on rainy days. General admission is $5 per person; wristbands for additional activities are available.

Food and drink are available for sale. Portable restrooms with hand-washing stations are available.

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch is located at 5157 Stony Point Road in Santa Rosa. To get there, take Highway 101 north to the Rohnert Park Expressway exit, and head west over the freeway. Head west until you reach Stony Point Road, then turn left; Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch will be on your right just after the bridge.

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch