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3 Pumpkin Patches to Visit This Weekend

Fall is here, and I am personally so here for it! Originally, I was mourning the end of summer and Leo season, but fall has won me over once again. I’m really in the mood to go all out on fall this year, and if you are too—welcome! Here are some great cute pumpkin patches to visit this weekend to get you in that cozy fall mood!

1. Rock Creek Farm

A farm in Broomfield, this is a super cute pumpkin patch with some fun little activities! The best part of this patch? Admission is free! So, if you just want to chill and take in some fall vibes without worrying about an admission cost, this is your place. You can see the Flatirons and mountains in the distance, and it makes for a very peaceful cute pumpkin patch to hang out at. They have a kids’ area too, filled with hay bales and tractors providing a lot of cute picture opportunities.

  1. Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farm

Located in Littleton, there is a Pumpkin Festival here this very weekend! It is $8 for adults and includes a bunch of cute fall festivities. It can serve as a double fun fall outing—going to a pumpkin patch and a fall festival! There will be food and drink (including beer) vendors, as well as hayrides, pony rides, and photo booths! This is a perfect cute festival to jump-start your fall, so get on over this weekend!

  1. Cottonwood Farms

Photo credit: Lauren C

This is a very cute farm as well, located in Lafayette. It has that classic farm appeal you would expect at a pumpkin patch, and it has a nice homey family-run vibe to it. They offer free admission on weekdays and $5 admission for adults on the weekends. They also offer wagon rides on the weekends; nothing like a wagon ride to get you into the fall mood. It’s a fun place to grab a pumpkin, see some farm animals, and even buy some other fall produce such as squash!

Rea McLaughlin is an enthusiastic soul that loves life from Colorado. She loves the Colorado sunshine and enjoys partaking in it often by going climbing, hiking or camping. She attained her BFA in Film Studies from the University of Colorado at Boulder where she fell in love with storytelling. After living in NYC for a year to pursue film, Rea is happily back in Colorado enjoying the mountains and sunshine. One of her favorite themes to explore in her art and writing is the human spirit and human connection. When she’s not climbing or creating, Rea loves traveling to music festivals and going to Red Rocks shows. She might ask you for your birth time to check out your astrology chart too! (She is a Leo Sun, Scorpio Moon, Aquarius Rising). She loves to enjoy life and squeeze the very best of out of it.