Sacramento Pumpkin Patch Guide

| September 26, 2011 | 7 Comments


It’s Pumpkin Patch time!  Whether you simply want to pick out that perfect pumpkin to carve or make a day of it by enjoying the other attractions, there are many wonderful patches in the Sacramento area.  We’ve enjoyed Dave’s Pumpkin Patch and Fog Willow Pumpkin Farm with our kids in past years.  Don’t forget to bring your camera, there are so many great photo opportunities at pumpkin patches!

Most of these Sacramento area patches are open from October 1st – October 31st.


Poppy Lane Christmas Farm
12110 Poppy Lane, Auburn, CA
(530) 906-6988


The Pumpkin Farm
7736 Old Auburn Road, Citrus Heights, CA
(916) 726-1137


Impossible Acres
26565 Road 97D, Davis, CA


Cool Patch Pumpkins
6586 Milk Farm Road, Dixon, CA
(530) 304-0163

Silveyville Pumpkin Farm
6248 Silveyville Road, Dixon, CA
(707) 678-1823


Keema Family Pumpkin Patch
6532 Point Pleasant Road, Elk Grove, CA
(916) 684-2334


Rickey Ranch Vineyards & Pumpkin Farm
6950 Cavitt Stallman Road, Granite Bay, CA
(916) 797-2089


Dell’ Osso Family Farm
501 S. Manthey Road, Lathrop, CA
(209) 982-0833


Bastiao Farms Goblin Gardens Pumpkin Patch
3845 El Centro Road, Sacramento, CA
(916) 925-2947


Roemer Pumpkin Patch
6851 Hedge Road, Sacramento
(916) 381-4331


Dave’s Pumpkin Patch
3010 Burrows Ave
West Sacramento, CA 95691
(916) 849-9450


Bishop’s Pumpkin Farm
1415 Pumpkin Lane, Wheatland, CA
(530) 633-2568


Fog Willow Pumpkin Farm
11011 Cecatra Drive, Wilton, CA
(916) 687-4547

Written by Keilah Woodard

Keilah Woodard

Keilah Woodard is the creator and editor of She has a passion for finding adventures with her three kids. As a native Southern Californian, she has been exploring Sacramento for the last ten years, happily finding hidden treasures and sharing a firsthand perspective with fellow parents.

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