The pumpkins are here!! Are you ready to make some pumpkin stew and get your jack-o-lantern’s lit? Here are some places around Flagstaff to have fun finding pumpkins.
Annual Pumpkin Patch Fall festival for all to enjoy! Horse or tractor drawn hay rides, pumpkin patch picking, a hay maze, a petting zoo, a Fun House, games and good old country cookin’! Located just 4.5 miles down Lake Mary Rd. Open Wed-Fri from 12p to 5:30p| Sat & Sun 10a to 5:30p
The country setting will take you back in time with a mind blowing 25 different varieties of pumpkins. Enjoy thousands of pumpkins and Flagstaff’s fall colors. Located 1/2 mile south of the county fairgrounds. Open 7 days a week through October 31st (Closed Oct. 12th).
It’s not too early to start planning this year’s jack o’lantern! Enjoy some excellent coffee at Dottie’s Coffee right in the heart of the nursery. Open daily 9a – 5:30p. Coming up Oct 19 from 10a-2p
Check out this “Corner Stand” pumkin patch. For years, Jeff Allen has been helping the families in Flagstaff celebrate the Halloween season with good quality pumpkins. On Butler just East of Sam’s club OR on Route 66 next to China Star. Open daily 10a-sundown.
Celebrate the fall season with one of Flagstaff’s favorite family events. Enjoy The Arboretum gardens during the evening while following a path illuminated by creatively carved pumpkins. Wear your favorite costume, enjoy refreshments by the bonfire, and don’t forget your flashlight!
Kids and parents alike are invited to don their favorite Halloween costumes and hitch a fairy-tale ride through the countryside to a secret pumpkin patch. Pick a special pumpkin of your choosing and then decorate it back at the Williams Depot. There will also be a free walk-through Haunted Train Car, a challenging maze on the platform, and pumpkin arts and crafts. Sat & Sun through Oct 27. 35 miles west of Flagstaff