Sonoma County Pumpkin Patches

Happy Fall in Sonoma County! Here in the Sonoma Valley, we are still blessed with warm days and cooler mornings and nights. You will notice the leaves on the trees turning color and falling. All the grapes are being harvested and the leaves are beginning to turn yellow or red. Apples are ready to be picked and pumpkins are filling the fields.

With the arrival of fall, families are welcome at pumpkin patches all over Sonoma County. Most pumpkin patches are open now through October. Read about each pumpkin patch throughout Sonoma County and what each offers. Lots of fun for the family!


Grandma’s Pumpkin Patch in Healdsburg, CA

Grandma’s pumpkin patch is open from October 1st-October 31st, 2019. This patch has been running for over 22 years.  Here you will find fun activities for the whole family. They have pumpkins, a petting zoo, farm animals, a hay stack for climbing, noodles for stringing necklaces, & old tractors for “driving” your child’s imagination.  Admission is free.  They have eggs, pumpkin bread, and other treats for sale.

Open the month of October, from 10 am to 6 pm.

17740 Healdsburg Ave
Healdsburg, California

McClelland’s Dairy in Petaluma, CA

At McClelland’s Dairy, they turn their dairy farm into a 7 acre pumpkin patch. Bring your whole family and enjoy picking your pumpkin right off the vine. Free parking and free admission to the pumpkin patch.

Kids and adults can enjoy the games in the Kid Zone. There is admission to enter. Enjoy life sized games, bounce houses, obstacle course, giant slide, tire swings, hay maze, corn pit and much more. The Kid Zone also includes a petting farm with cows, goats, and other farm animals.  Admission for the Kid Zone, is $10 for guests 2 years of age and older.

Open September 28th-October 27th, Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00 am-6 pm

6475 Bodega Avenue
Petaluma, California 94952

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch and Amazing Corn Maze in Petaluma, CA

The Petaluma Pumpkin Patch has over 5 acres of pumpkins. They have a variety of 50 different pumpkins, squashs, and gourds. Here you will find pumpkins for cooking, decorating, and carving. The pumpkins come in all sizes, even ones weighing up to 125 pounds. Admission and parking are free.

The Amazing Corn Maze is 4 acres of 10 foot tall corn stalks. There is only one way out! The course usually talks visitors 45 minutes to complete. They have maps for help and 2nd story viewing areas throughout the maze.

Pumpkin Patch and Amazing Corn Maze is open from September 27th through November 1st.

Pricing and Hours:

Pumpkin Patch is free, open 10am- 6pm

Day Maze is open Daily from 10am-6pm
0-5 years old are free
6 years old and up are $6.00

Night Maze is open Friday and Saturday from 6pm-10pm
All guests are $10

450 Stony Point Rd, Petaluma, CA 94952

Peter Pumpkin Patch in Petaluma, CA

Peter Pumpkin Patch is a great place to educate the children about the dairy farm. You can tour the farm, milk cows, pick your own pumpkin, dig up potatoes, enjoy a hay ride, and get lost in a hay maze. They have homemade ice cream to enjoy along with Spring Hill cheese. Admission is free!

Open for the month of October, from 9 am to 4 pm.

711 Western Ave. Petaluma Ca, 94952

Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch in Santa Rosa, CA

Here at the Santa Rosa Pumpkin Patch, you will find 10 acres of pumpkins with 45 different varieties.Or you can get lost in the largest corn maze in Sonoma County. It is 8 acres of fun, with both a short and long route. They also offer many attractions, including a kiddy corn maze, hay and sunflower mazes, jack-o-lantern tether ball, tire swings, a 10-bale-high hay pyramid, a huge jumpy pillow, pedal trike races, a corn play box, a petting zoo, face painting, children’s entertainers, pony rides (weekends only), hay rides, food, and more. Purchase activity wristbands for unlimited access to attractions.

Open daily beginning October 4th
Monday–Thursday 9 am–7 pm, Friday & Saturday 9 am–10 pm, Sunday 9 am–8 pm

5157 Stony Point Rd
Santa Rosa, CA 95407

Muelrath Ranches in Santa Rosa

This pumpkin farm offers lots of fun for the family. It has 21 varieties of pumpkins, winter squash, gourds, sunflowers, orinetial corn, corn stalks, and hay bales. Attractions include a corn maze, hay pyramid, tractors to sit on, a spooky room, and a free hayride. Admission is free.

Join the campfire fun starting October 4th through the end of October, on Friday and Saturday nights, from 6-9 pm. Roast hotdogs and marshmallows, enjoy hot cider, a cookie, and a night time hay ride. Admission is $12, children 3 years and younger are free. Reservations required.

Open daily starting September 28th through October 31st
Sunday-Thursday, 10 am to 6 pm
Friday- Saturday, 10 am to 9 pm

3800 Walker Avenue Santa Rosa, CA 95407