When the weather starts to get cold, it's a good time to do family activities and bring your little one because pumpkins are one of our family favourites. Pumpkin patches can be found all over the country, even in warmer states.
The easiest way to find pumpkin patches near you is to do a Google search. Just write in your city the words pumpkin patch in Sacramento. See also local newspapers and monthly city guides. You will be surprised how much you will find!
Pumpkin fields almost always sell pumpkins and have games or activities such as corn mazes, hay walks, and a zoo. Pumpkin patches on real farms often sell items like fruits, vegetables, and crafts – so be sure to bring some extra cash.
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Some pumpkin spots are free – usually, those that only sell pumpkins, but others have an entry fee that you may want to check before you go. This pumpkin place is more of a festival-type with games and crafts, as mentioned above.
You'll want to bring your camera to take cute pictures of the little one and all the pumpkins. You'll see lots of families taking pictures and often children wearing cute outfits for Halloween. Whether it's a costume or a personalized fall outfit. Don't be silly dressing your little one in a pumpkin hat and a matching sweater.
When you get there, ask your little ones to pick the perfect pumpkin and then take it home and carve or decorate it as a family.