Pumpkin Patch | Fun for the whole family!
Pumpkin patches are mostly farms, where you can drive out into the field with the hay cart or you can be pulled by horses with the covered wagon. Still others have huge pumpkin fields and mountains of pumpkins right on the roadside.
There are also many Pumpkin Patch festivals, these are real little folk festivals with many activities for the whole family. There you will usually find a petting zoo, bouncy castles or the opportunity to paint faces for the children. On some pumpkins and even milk cows are offered, which is of course a great fun for young and old.
For the grown-ups, there are spooky haunted houses and scary Halloween scary labyrinths, for example, with chainsaw monsters!
Of course, on a Pumpkin Patch also very well taken care of the physical well, there are delicious steaks fresh from the grill and much more.
Visiting a pumpkin patch is a very popular fun among the American population especially when the Halloween season begins.
Of course it is always a very funny spectacle for us and especially for our little grandson. Luckily, there are plenty of fun and family-friendly pumpkin fields around Los Angeles, such as Prancer's Pumpkin Village. This time, our family had chosen to spend some nice hours, and of course buy pumpkins for grinning scary heads.
Of course, just like every other Pumpkin patch, there is a wide selection of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes. Big and small, thick and thin, long or bulky, everyone will find it here. The bull ride and the hay ride with the tractor were a lot of fun for Noah. The big petting zoo fascinated him and he did not want to leave the animals anymore. Also, the washing of the gems has totally thrilled him and something romp on the bouncy castle and the bales of straw had to be, of course.
Before going home, two large pumpkins were selected, it should then create a scary grimace. With the matching motif templates that were free at the time of purchase, that was quickly done.
Do not our glowing pumpkin paws look spooky?