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This was our first time to Pack Pumpkin Patch in Farmington. My sister was going with her fam and invited us along. We love trying out new places so we were excited to try it out.

There are 2 Parts to Packs Pumpkin Patch. The actual patch is FREE, and the side with the games and fun activities. We will take you on a little tour and let you know what each side has to offer.

Right Side

This side of the patch is for both kids and adults. This is Pack Farms FIRST year offering all this fun stuff and they hit it out of the park! You can pay per person, or get discounted group passes. They were very reasonably priced.

This slide was a huge hit for all ages.

Tether ball! Taking me way back to elementary days. So fun!

We loved these oversized versions of some of our favorite games.

tic tac toe and checkers

bean bag toss

Another favorite was the corn pit.

This was a pretty big area but its all fenced off with bales of hay so if you have more than one kid you can park yourself at the entrance and you won't have to worry about anyone running off into the parking.

Left Side: FREE

The Pumpkin Patch side is free to walk around, there is a hay maze, tractors to climb and some great spots for pictures. They provide wheelbarrows and they had a great selection of pumpkins. Usually, you go out into the field and cut the pumpkins off, but this year they cut them and brought them all together. Next year, you can expect to cut them off the vine again.

Little Aberdeen (2 yrs) had so much fun picking out all the baby pumpkins.

They also had drinks and treats for sale.

After you find your perfect pumpkins, you head to the weighing station. After loading them into the car we headed back to the play area for another 30 minutes. They give you a wrist band upon entry so you can come and go as you please.

We stayed for several hours but could have stayed longer. I had to drag them out of the corn pit at the end. We played tag in the pumpkin field, picked and re-picked pumpkin after pumpkin until we found the perfect ones, played games together and just had a blast!

Pack Family Farms is family owned and operated. We loved meeting the Farmer and his family and had a great time checking another item off our #fallbucketlist. Thanks for having us Packs! We can't wait to come back!


Helpful Tips

We recommend eating before you go or taking food, you might be there for awhile

Pumpkin Patch and maze are FREE.

Activities and Pumpkin available for purchase


Drinks and snacks available for purchase



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