5 Amazing Pumpkin Patches In Colorado You Must Visit This Fall

It’s that time of year again! Fall is officially here, and there are some great fall festivities and pumpkin patches in Colorado. Here are a few of our favorites.

Centennial Pumpkin Patch

8545 E Dry Creek Rd
Centennial, CO 80112

Centennial Pumpkin Patch - Centennial, CO, United States. Huge Pumpkins, Small, Medium all sizes!

They have pumpkins of all sizes.  All proceeds go to the homeless and food pantries in the Denver area.  Great selection of all sizes and we had a good feeling buying from them!

Four Mile Historic Park

715 S Forest St
Denver, CO 80246

Four Mile Historic Park - Denver, CO, United States

Way fun place to relive Denver history. Great place to bring the whole family and pick out the perfect pumpkins.

Denver Botanic Gardens – Chatfield

8500 West Deer Creek Canyon Road
Littleton, CO 80128

Celebrate fall at Pumpkin Festival. This three-day event is a great tradition for the entire family. Select from a wide variety of pumpkins in the massive pumpkin patch. Pumpkin prices vary by size. Entry includes pumpkin carving demonstrations; hay, pony and barrel train rides; mini maze; jumping pillow; five carnival game tickets; face painting and live music. The Corn Maze, food, drinks, bull rides and more are available for purchase.

Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 9-11, 2015
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day
MillerCoors beer garden is open 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms

Stapleton Farmers Market

7351 E 29th Ave
Denver, CO 80238

The 2015 Pumpkin Patch will be held from 8:30am-12pm on Sunday, October 18 on Founders Green @ Stapleton. Shoppers will receive a coupon for every $5 they spend at the vendors’ booths.

Everitt Farms

9400 W Alameda Ave
Lakewood, CO 80226

Everitt Farms is on the last of their families homestead land. We sell fresh, local, all natural (no pesticides, herbicides, fertalizers or chemicals of any kind) produce from our location on the South side of Alameda just west of Garrison. They have a pumpkin patch in the fall and Christmas trees in the winter!

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