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Pumpkin patches to see in LA, Orange and Ventura counties.

It may be sunny and sweaty in Southern California, but grab your favorite flannel and shoes and head to one of the many pumpkin patches around town in this scary weather.

There are gourd-filled parking lots, store fronts or fields in almost every city, but here are a few places where you can pick the best pumpkins in the spirit of Halloween.

Mr. Bones pumpkin patch.

Popular Mr. Bones pumpkin patch. Not only is Clover City the perfect place to pick the best pumpkin for homecoming, but it’s also a great place for Halloween theme photo shoots for Instagram. There is also Pumpkin Village, Skeleton Slide, Straw Maze, Painting Zoo and many more.

You want to reserve a time slot before you go online. Weekend prices vary by date and time, ranging from $ 20 to $ 30. Prices go up all the time during the last week of the month. Guests must sign a COVID and liability waiver before entering.

Tanaka Farms.

Prepare wagon rides, stands, arts and crafts, oh! Tanaka Farms. Irwin is the ultimate pumpkin patch experience, with a lot to do for the whole family. On the weekends, they have. Tanaka Grill. Open, where you eat roasted corn, peeled sandwiches, chowder, kettle corn and more. If that doesn’t bother you enough, they also have a Hello Kitty themed pumpkin patch experience.

The farm is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., closing on Halloween at 3 p.m. Admission is 6 and parking is $ 10. Parking reservations start at noon on Friday and are required all day Saturday and Sunday.

Underwood Family Farms.

Harvested in the fall Underwood Family Farms. Morepark includes a large pumpkin patch, a corn maze, games, rides, live entertainment, a country store and much more! You can choose not only your pumpkins, but also fruits and vegetables. On weekends, there are dining booths that offer other treats, including tree-tip sandwiches, hot dogs, hamburgers, roasted corn, baked ice and pumpkin pie.

Admission is $ 10 during the week and $ 16 to $ 22 on weekends. Parking is free.

Haunt’oween LA

Hunt and Wayne. Woodland is the ultimate Halloween playground in the hills with deep tunnels, pumpkin picking and painting, a scarecrow garden, 40-foot carousel and 35,000 pumpkins on display. Plus, the food truck! Although last year it was a drive-through experiment due to epidemics, this year it is a boat on the ground.

Prices are high, 30 30 on weekdays and 35 35 on weekends. Parking is free.

Nail Poly Pomona Pumpkin Festival.

Annual Nail Polly Pomona Pumpkin Festival is back! Pick the perfect pumpkin, raise a goat, milk a cow, ride in a hay wagon and get lost in a corn maze. There is also an animal farm and a bazaar with fresh market, honey and autumn decorations.

Tickets will only be available online. On Wednesdays and Thursdays, admission is free from 3pm to 8pm (online booking is still required). On Fridays, it’s $ 5 for adults and $ 4 for children ages 3 to 12. The pumpkin patch is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

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