Marin and Sonoma Pumpkin Patches 2020
Fall is almost here, and for those seeking that true Halloween pumpkin patch experience, here's our annual guide to pumpkin patches in Marin and southern Sonoma counties. This year, things may be different due to the COVID-19 health emergency; expect precautions like social distancing and mandatory mask wearing to be in place and attractions and amenities like bounce houses, slides, and corn pits to be unavailable. Some favorite pumpkin patches have even been canceled this year. We've listed the canceled pumpkin patches at the end of the article. The good news is, it looks like pumpkin picking, corn mazes, pony rides, and petting zoos will probably be permitted! We'll keep this page updated with any news or changes.
Marin County Pumpkin Patches
5300 Nicasio Valley Road (1/4 mile north of Nicasio square)
Open daily October 1–31, 10 am–6 pm weekends, 10 am–4 pm weekdays
The Nicasio Valley Pumpkin Patch (formerly called the Nicasio Valley Farms Pumpkin Patch) offers certified organic pumpkins, although no attractions like bounce houses will be available this year due to COVID-19. Come in costume! Winners of their "secret costume contest" will get a free pumpkin. Read our review of Nicasio Valley Pumpkin Patch.
2257 Larkspur Landing Circle
Open in October, all day every day
A variety of locally grown pumpkins are available at the Marin Country Mart Pumpkin Patch, in small, medium, and large sizes. This is an honor system pumpkin patch: there is a payment box at the patch, and prices are set as a flat rate by size.
Sonoma County Pumpkin Patches
3795 Adobe Road,
September 26–October 31
Monday–Thursday, 11 am–6 pm; Friday–Sunday, 10 am–6:30 pm; Halloween (Saturday, October 31), 11 am–4 pm
The Pronzini Pumpkin Patch in Petaluma offers acres of fun in the fall. Pick pumpkins, play games, visit farm animals, tour the Haunted Village, and more. Choose from a wide variety of pumpkins in their u-pick field. Enjoy BBQ from the Cowgirl Cafe, and fresh popped kettle corn. It's run by the same Pronzini family that operates Christmas tree lots in Marin during the holidays. Read about our visit to Pronzini Pumpkin Patch.
550 Stony Point Rd
Opens Friday, September 25
Sunday–Thursday, 10 am–6 pm
Friday and Saturday, 10 am–10 pm
This is the big pumpkin patch you see off of Highway 101 on your way out of Petaluma. Over 50 varieties of pumpkins, squash, and gourds, as well as a 4-acre A'Mazing Corn Maze with wider social-distancing paths and second-story viewing platforms ($7 admission; 5 and under free), a little kids' corn maze, farm animals, balloon artist, and pony rides. Read about our visit to Petaluma Pumpkin Patch.
4235 Spring Hill Rd (off Bodega Ave)
Monday–Friday, 9 am–4 pm and Saturday–Sunday, 9 am–5 pm
Another one of our all-time favorite pumpkin patches. Pick your own pumpkin and dig for potatoes on a real working farm. Don't miss the homemade pumpkin ice cream! Read our review of the Great Peter Pumpkin Patch.
5157 Stony Point Road (at Rohnert Park Expressway)
Open daily starting Friday, October 9
Monday–Thursday 9 am–7 pm, Friday & Saturday 9 am–10 pm, Sunday 9 am–8 pm
Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch offers eight acres of pumpkins and their huge seven-acre corn maze this year. Other attractions TBD depending on COVID-19 situation. Read our review of Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch.
3800 Walker Avenue
Santa Rosa 95407
Open daily starting September 26, 10 am–6 pm
Muelrath Ranches offers 20 varieties of pumpkins and other farm products as well as attractions like hay rides, a pumpkin slingshot, a pumpkin cannon, a toddler corn maze, farm animals, and more.
Pumpkin Patches Canceled for 2020
Godmothers of St. Vincent's School for Boys Pumpkin Patch, San Rafael
Tolay Fall Festival, Petaluma
McClelland's Dairy Pumpkin Patch, Petaluma
October 24, 2020
October 23, 2020
October 22, 2020
October 18, 2020
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