While your candy corn, fun-sized Snickers and fake spider webs are all good to go, don’t forget the pumpkins and the rest of the fun!
One of the best times of the year is when families can go on an exciting pumpkin hunt. To help you out, we’ve rounded up some of the best pumpkin patches in Placer County.
Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm
What’s to Love: Though it is just slightly outside of Placer County, Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm in Wheatland is a regional staple and has been harvesting memories for more than 40 years. Families will absolutely fall in love with the charm of this farm. From its train ride, pony rides, hay rides, corn maze, apple orchard and flower farm, there’s a little bit of everything for everyone in the family.
Fairma Farm Pumpkin Patch
What’s to Love: Fairma Farms is a family-friendly and inviting farm in Lincoln. Patrons of Fairma Farms can look forward to a variety of pumpkins to choose from.
Rickey Ranch Vineyard and Pumpkin Farm
What’s to Love: Rickey Ranch Vineyard and Pumpkin Farm is located in Granite Bay and offers a little more than a typical patch. Visitors can select from other fresh and locally grown goods, like wine grapes, honey, fruits and other goods.
Strickler Monster Farms
What’s to Love: Strickler Monster Farms is more than just your ordinary pumpkin patch. The kids will also love the haunted corn maze. If raw pumpkin isn’t your thing, you can select from other pumpkin food items, like cheesecake and pumpkin bread.