We took our very first visit to a Colorado pumpkin patch today!
The funny thing was it is called the Colorado Pumpkin Patch and it's located in Monument, Colorado.
The location is actually really easy to get to and the surroundings of the area is gorgeous. Google maps or Maps for iPhone will lead to the exact spot. Directions are also located on the website and also a little history about the 41 acre farm.
The ticket price is reasonable for all that it offers.
Kids 3 years of age and under: FREE Regular Season Everyone: $10 Mid-season Kids: $13 Mid-season Adults:$11 (Ages 18 and over) Active Military/First Responder/Senior Rates(ages 65 and older): $9 Show respective ID at admissions
But you can get a FREE pass with THIS coupon (one per family)!
Season Pass: $32 Buy a season pass and come back as many times as you like through Oct. 31st. With this years season pass you will get free pony rides and face paintings Friday through Sunday. ID must be presented at admissions.
Group/Birthday rates: Regular season - $9, Mid Season - $10 with a small pumpkin available for groups of 15 or more.
The 10×20 party tent is available for a $50 reservation fee and on a first reserve priority for reservations so Reserve Now.
They also have a school rate which includes a pumpkin for free!
Be prepared for the wind and also bundle up a little. We thought we would be fine since it was really not that cold but the wind made the farm feel extra chilly.
The first thing we explored was the pumpkin patch and my little one year old (really weird to say that),
had a grand time right away!
After her enjoyment with the little pumpkin patch we headed for the petting zoo. Feeding the animals is an option for only 25 cents. A variety of animals including a rabbit and all precautions in place as well as a beware animals have teeth sign. They do not allow anyone inside the pins with the animals but the outside is perfect to get as close or not as you may like.
Next we decided to look around and explore a bit. The amount of activities for all ages are perfect for any age. The bouncy jump, milk a cow, games, maze, hay ride, and a few more things are included in admission price. We let our little choose what activities to partake in and next up was exploring the tractor.
The next thing was heading to the pony rides but someones little tummy started rumbling.
The concession shack also has another little attachment that sells jellies and a few other handmade items. Hot coco and apple cider is also available because it is not complete without. The food had quick options such as corn dogs, hot dogs, nachos, fries and then funnel cakes. A good variety for a quick bite to eat and we must say the funnel cake and fries hit the spot.
The only thing was teenagers will be teenagers and they were in charge of the food. Definitely have to approach them and check in on if needing to order or for help. Once acknowledged they were polite as ever and our food was great.
Plenty of seating to eat and also not far was the giant slide that all ages are welcome to go down. We did pass by a little face painting station and they offered some concessions as well. I love how the photo opportunities are endless with all the little props.
Look how cute my little sunflower is and room for the entire family to have a sunflower face. Never possible to put a price on these moments and definitely a place worth every second and penny. We had a great time as a family and will be back to try other things.
Leaving we decided to have more fun in the patch and end with photos on the cute rocking chairs.
Upon leaving we caught the sign that they also do a Christmas light drive thru! This will definitely not be the last time we visit for this pumpkin season. We will also be back for the Christmas season it looks like. We are so excited to share with our readers to be able to experience the amazing time we had. We would like to offer you a free admission ticket by bringing a friend! This is for our readers and all you have to do is click the link below and print or show web coupon!