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Santa Cruz Pumpkin Patches, Farms and Lots

Santa Cruz Pumpkin Patches and Map

Santa Cruz Pumpkin Patches

Our 2016 Guide to Santa Cruz Pumpkin Patches, Farms and Lots provide valuable information on local pumpkin patches and pumpkin lots so you can find the perfect pumpkin and create cherished family memories. (The photo above is at Tunitas Creek Family Farm.)

Arata Pumpkin Farm 

185 Verde Rd., Half Moon Bay, CA
Phone: (650) 726-7548

Explorer1.com Review – The farm is 43 miles north of Santa Cruz on Highway 1, but the gorgeous coastal drive and the farm’s massive hay maze ( hay labyrinth) makes it well worth the drive.

The maze can be a little daunting, so we think this is an ideal activity for adults and older children.  There are other activities such as hay rides, petting zoo, pony rides, and plenty of home grown pumpkins to keep the younger kids entertained as well. 

Crystal Bay Farm

40 Zils Rd., Watsonville, CA 95076 (831) 724-4137
Their organic pumpkin patch is not the biggest, but they have a large variety of pumpkins(40 varieties at last count!).  Families and school groups are welcome!

Rodoni Farms

4 miles north of Santa Cruz on Hwy 1
Phone: (831 )426-6438

Pumpkins and fun are what it’s all  about! Come roam through the fields of pumpkins. There are so many varieties to choose from!  We have great picnic sites, hay bales and scary cutouts, as well as our NEW Corn Maze!! 

Seaside Pumpkins

North of Davenport, CA

Phone: (831) 426-6438

Located 1/2 mile north of Davenport on Hwy 1, on the ocean side of the road, open in October.

Tunitas Creek Family Farm

333 Tunitas Creek Rd., Half Moon Bay , CA
Phone: (650) 726-9710

Explorer1.com Review – A small family farm that’s open to the public during September and October.  It’s a very low key farm — making it an ideal pumpkin patch for families with very small children and toddlers. They have pumpkins, gourds, squash and more.   And as a bonus, they have a couple of very friendly goats that seem to love kids!

Santa Cruz Pumpkin Lots

The Great Pumpkin Patch

1301 Mission St., Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Phone: (831) 459-6765

Capitola Village Produce Pumpkin Patch

700 Bay Ave, Capitola, CA 95010
Phone: (831) 479-0175

The Great Pumpkin Patch

2831 Daubenbiss Ave., Soquel, CA 95073
Phone: (831) 479-4152

 

 

 

 

 

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Click here to search Half Moon Bay (60 miles north) and Monterey (40 miles south).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What’s on Tap
This Summer

Events

Santa Cruz Festivals & Events:

 

Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music—July 31 to Aug. 13, 2016

22nd Annual Watsonville Strawberry Festival—Aug. 6 & 7, 2016

Santa Cruz City Amateur Golf Championship—Aug. 13 & 14, 2016

Scotts Valley Festival of Art and Wine—Aug. 20-21, 2016

Race Thru The Redwoods—Aug. 21, 2016

 

For more event information, click on our Festivals & Events page for Santa Cruz.

 

Attractions

Top Santa Cruz Attractions:

 

Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

Fun for all ages.

Santa Cruz Campgrounds

Ocean views or Redwoods? Over 27 campgrounds and RV Parks

Santa Cruz Fishing 

Fall is fishing and crabbing season in Santa Cruz!

Santa Cruz Surfing

With 11 world-class surf breaks such as Steamer Lane and Pleasure Point, it is easy to understand why the greatest surfers in the world call Santa Cruz home!

Whale Watching – Whale Watching December through May

 

For more information on local attractions, click on the Attractions or Recreational Activities.

 

 

Advisories

The Region’s Fall Advisories:

Traffic Conditions. Rush hour traffic can be extremely challenging – especially along Mission Street and Highway 1 between Santa Cruz and Capitols. It’s a good idea to plan ahead and arrive early and leave late. Go to www.caltrans.com to learn about road conditions.

Yes, it’s still water, water, water! California is undergoing an extreme drought. If you are planning a lake vacation be sure to check about water levels. That rafting trip, fishing, or skiing can be impacted.

EXTREME fire danger. The drought has created a very dangerous combination of dry vegetation and no moisture in the air to help contain any fire. Please use extreme caution during your trip.