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28Sep

Your Guide to Pumpkin Patches Around Boise

If you’re wondering where to find, pick and purchase your own locally grown pumpkin for the Fall season, you’ve come to the right place. Surrounding the Treasure Valley, there are several pumpkin patches you can visit. Ready or not, here comes the cold weather, need for layers, and most importantly, the fall decor~

Your Guide to Pumpkin Patches Around Boise | Totally Boise 2021 Fall Mag

There is no shortage of events in the Treasure Valley to enjoy every bit of Fall. Ranging from Halloween parties to Oktoberfest celebrations, special screenings of scary movies at the Egyptian Theatre to historic tours of the Idaho Penitentiary, all Idahoans can find something to do during this time of year.

With corn mazes, apple cider, pumpkin picking, and hay bales, we are spoiled enough to have a variety of pumpkin patches and corn mazes around Boise. Every event features its own fun experience, but pumpkin patches, in particular, embody the undeniable essence of Fall.

Here’s a list of the Pumpkin Patches in and around the Boise area to go to for harvest fun:

Lowe Family Farmstead - Kuna, Idaho

The Idaho Farmstead is among the biggest pumpkin patches in the area. You and the family can take your time to walk the grounds, take pictures, enjoy the scenery and find the perfect pumpkin.

Features include:

  • What A Gem 25th Annual Corn MAiZe
  • Rides for all ages, including pony rides, a cow train, and hayrides.
  • The Idaho Potato Sack Slide
  • Rusty the VBB (Very Big Beast)
  • Games for everyone, including farm(Yard) Games, Barnyard Ball Zone, and more!

Check out a schedule of events: Lowe Family Farmstead Events

Linder Farms - Meridian, Idaho

Linder Farms is another popular corn maze in the Treasure Valley. Pick up a pumpkin, get lost in the corn maze and enjoy the rural Idaho farmland.

Features include:

  • Fair-like rides, such as the Dangle Hopper, mechanical bull, and kiddie swing
  • Themed Paintball Adventure, you can choose between Zombie or Wild West
  • Pumpkin Slingshot
  • Human Bowling
  • Obstacle Course

Visit Linder Farms in Meridian.

Your Guide to Pumpkin Patches Around Boise | Totally Boise 2021 Fall Mag

The Berry Ranch - Nampa, Idaho

If you’re looking for a small, family-run farm to fill your harvesting needs, The Berry Ranch is a great option for you.

Features include:

  • Pick your own pumpkins, berries, squash, and other vegetables
  • Hayride to the pumpkin patch
  • Farm animals, including turkeys, sheep, and chickens
  • Cute picture station to get a snapshot with your pumpkins
Your Guide to Pumpkin Patches Around Boise | Totally Boise 2021 Fall Mag
Your Guide to Pumpkin Patches Around Boise | Totally Boise 2021 Fall Mag

More Pumpkin Farms Around the Treasure Valley

If you’re looking for a simpler harvesting experience, there are plenty of farms around the Treasure Valley that will offer you just that. You can’t go wrong with any of the following farms that each feature their own unique selection of pick-your-own produce. You will find a true Fall harvest experience!

Your Guide to Pumpkin Patches Around Boise | Totally Boise 2021 Fall Mag

Fall Into Fun Around The Treasure Valley

Once you’ve got your pumpkin carved and you’re ready for more fun Fall activities, we’ve got you covered. Check out the featured must-not-miss even below and our Fall Activities in Boise Blog to get you out this wonderful time of year.

Haunted World - Caldwell, Idaho

For some of us, Fall is about one thing and one thing only: Halloween. If this is the case for you, don’t miss your chance to visit Haunted World. Whether you choose to visit the haunted house, Skullvania, or the Haunted World corn maze, you are guaranteed a good fright. You might have to walk off the scare in their 15-acre corn maze!

Other haunted experiences here: Fall Activities in Boise

We can only hope, or pretend, that there are still a few weeks of autumnal weather. During these brief days bridging the time between winter and summer, we can enjoy the last bit of warmth the sunlight can deliver.

Whether you pick one or make it a point to visit all of these pumpkin patches, you’ll be sure to enjoy yourself. So put on your costume, dress warm, grab your friends and family, and visit one -- or more -- today!

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