Creepy Corn Mazes and Horrifying Hay Rides Highlight Sacramento County Farm Bureau Pumpkin Patches

ELK GROVE, CA: The proud farmers and members of the Sacramento County Farm Bureau (SCFB) are pleased to sponsor a number of kid-friendly pumpkin patches that provide just the right mix of spine-chilling Halloween fun, and offer a number of fun events such as hay rides, corn mazes, haunted houses, hay pyramids to challenge the most active of youngsters and some even offer a live pumpkin launcher!

“Our Farm Bureau members create pumpkin patches that are designed to offer a first-class Halloween season experience that children and parents won’t soon forget,” said SCFB Executive Director Bill Bird. “You can find one of our Farm Bureau member pumpkin patches in nearly every corner of Sacramento County and picking out the right pumpkin for Halloween is but a small part of this special experience.”

SCFB member Pumpkin Patches can be found in the following areas:

Roemer Pumpkin Patch: 6851 Hedge Avenue (Sacramento). Featuring a corn maze, hay rides, hay maze and hay pyramid and 13-acres of pumpkins. Open Tuesday-Friday 2 PM-5 PM, Weekends 9 AM-5 PM. (916) 381-4331.

Perry’s Pumpkin Farm: 3101 El Centro Road (North Natomas). Featuring a corn maze, hay rides, free kids bales maze, free parking and free admission to the pumpkin patch. 9 AM-6 PM, seven days a week. (916) 929-7546.

Bastiao Farms Goblin Gardens: 3845 El Centro Road (North Natomas). Featuring trains rides, corn maze, pony rides, hay pyramid, haunted house and a pumpkin launcher! 10 AM-7 PM, seven days a week. (916) 925-2947.

Davis Ranch: 13501 Jackson Road (Sloughhouse). Featuring a corn maze, weekend tractor rides and pick your own pumpkin. 6:30 AM-5:30 PM, seven days a week. (916) 682-2658.

Steamboat Acres: 15989 Sutter Island Road (Courtland, Sacramento River Delta). Featuring farm fresh honey, farm tours, hay rides, hay pyramid, bounce house for the kids and farm BBQ on the weekends. Friday-Sunday, 9 AM-6 PM. (916) 775-1166.

Delta Farmers Market: 2510 State Highway 12 (Isleton, Sacramento River Delta). Featuring pumpkins of all shapes and sizes grown by SCFB members, Sunday barbecues, live music and fresh pear and apple pies on the weekends. 9:00 AM-5:00 PM, seven days a week. (916) 777-4000.

If you would like your pumpkin farm or pumpkin patch to be added to this list, please contact SCFB Program and Membership Coordinator Alexis Silveira at (916) 685-6958.

Sacramento County farmers put food on your fork.  Our agricultural operations and products are as diverse as the lands we carefully manage.  We are proud to provide healthy, fresh food for your family and ours.  We invite you to join our efforts to protect Sacramento County’s agriculture, rural character, and our ability to produce local, high-quality food for your table.

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