Fall is such a beautiful time of year in Arizona. The heat of summer is passing, the leaves are starting to change colors and pumpkin patches are ready for you to visit and find your favorite pumpkin.
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U-Pick Arizona Pumpkin Patches
If you’re looking for a traditional pumpkin patch where you can pick your own pumpkin or where the pumpkins are grown on site we’ve found the top five best spots in Arizona.
Best Time of Year to Visit Arizona Pumpkin Patches
End of September through the month of October is when you’ll want to visit the pumpkin patches in Arizona.
Top 5 Pumpkin Patches in Arizona
The top pumpkin patches in Arizona are listed merely in alphabetical order. There are many pumpkin patches in Phoenix, but a lot of them are Fall events where pumpkins are brought in from local farmers and the pumpkins are not necessarily grown on site or able to be picked by visitors.
The pumpkin patches listed below are all u-pick farms, so you and/or your kids can pick a pumpkin from the patch or pick a pumpkins from that farm’s display. They also offer other activities such as games, hayrides, and corn mazes.
1. Apple Annie’s Orchard
Apple Annie’s Orchard is in Wilcox, Arizona about an hour and a half from Tucson. You can pick all kinds of produce here. In the fall they have as the name suggests pick your own apples and in September and October you can pick your own pumpkins. They also offer hayrides and a large family-friendly corn maze.
For more information visit Apple Annie’s Orchard.
2. Mortimer Farms
Farm inspired rides, a huge pumpkin patch and fun corn maze are just some of the fun events at Mortimer Farms. They also offer shows such as dirt bike show, juggling or lumberjack show. Check out their calendar for barn dances. Mortimer Farms is in the north central region of the state in Dewey, Arizona, near Prescott. For more information visit Mortimer Farms.
3. Schenpf Farms
Stop by Schenpf farms for their popular Pumpkin & Chili Party held in October. This event has amusement style rides such as a roller coaster, zip lines and swing ride. They have a pig race, giant board games to play and the option to explore one of two corn mazes. Schenpf Farms is in the far east valley in Queen Creek, Arizona. For more information visit Schenpf Farms.
4. Tomalchoff Farms
Tomalchoff Farms has a large pumpkin patch, so you are sure to find your perfect pumpkin. In addition they offer a themed six-acre corn maze, a mini corn maze for kids and train rides. Kids will enjoy the petting zoo and have fun on the jumping pillow. Tomalchoff Farms is in the west valley in Glendale, Arizona. For more information visit Tomalchoff Farms.
5. Vertuccio Farms
Little ones will enjoy picking out a pumpkin and all the fun activities at Vertuccio Farms including train rides, petting zoo, corn mazes, giant corn hole, and tube slides. Vertuccio Farms is on the east side of the Valley in Mesa, Arizona. For more information visit Vertuccio Farms.