Mickelson Pumpkin Patch in Petaluma is Back for More Fall Fun
A relative newcomer to the North Bay pumpkin patch scene, Mickelson Pumpkin Patch debuted last year and is back for 2022! It's located between Novato and Petaluma just past the Sonoma County line, at the same location as the Mickelson Christmas tree lot. With a huge pumpkin field, rustic ambience, and plenty of attractions like a hay maze, games, tractor rides, inflatables, and farm animals, it’s an ideal destination to put on you fall family fun list!
Enter the pumpkin patch through the big tent at the front. There's a vast pumpkin field with pumpkins of all shapes and sizes. You can grab a wheelbarrow or, better yet, a cool retro radio flyer wagon to haul your pumpkins to the checkout stand. In the tent near the checkout area you'll find gourds and specialty pumpkins like minis and sugarpie as well as other goodies like locally made candles and fall decor. Pumpkin prices are on a par with other local pumpkin patches and range from $3 to $45.
Of course the pumpkins are just part of the whole experience. Admission is free, but you can buy a wristband for $25 and get all-day unlimited access to everything the pumpkin patch has to offer (except for the paintball gallery and apple cannon which take $7 tickets) including bounce houses and inflatable slides in the Jump Zone, the huge one-acre hay maze and pyramid and tractor rides. A $15 wristband gets you access to everything but the Jump Zone. You can also play games like cornhole, checkers, and jenga and ride pedal bikes around a hay-bale course.
Food and drink are available from their on-site vendor and include kettle corn, cotton candy, funnel cakes, corn dogs, and lemonade. Enjoy your snacks at one of the picnic tables on the grounds.
Mickelson Pumpkin Patch is definitely a worthy addition to our local offerings this fall! Learn more about them at www.mickelsonpumpkinpatch.com or by calling (707) 490-8088.
If You Go
Mickelson Pumpkin Patch is located at 5495 Redwood Highway South, Petaluma 94952. It's open through October 31 Sunday–Thursday from 9 am–8 pm and Friday–Saturday from 9 am–10 pm. Admission is free but some attractions cost extra.
To get there, take Highway 101 north to the Petaluma Boulevard South/Kastania Road exit (Exit 472A). Turn right at the stoplight then turn right onto Petaluma Boulevard South. Follow the road south until you get to the pumpkin patch, which will be on your left.
No outside food or drink is allowed. Portable restrooms with hand-washing stations are available. Food and drink are available from on-site vendors.
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