Pumpkin Patches in Nevada

Though Nevada is known for its desert-scapes and glitzy nightlife scene, the state is home to a plethora of cozy pumpkin patches to help you get the most of fall with pumpkin picking, seasonal goodies and fun for the whole family. The following are the top five pumpkin patches to visit this fall in Nevada. 

Harvest Festival at Andelin Family Farm

Sparks, Sept. 28 to Oct. 29

With a five-acre corn maze, corn cannons, horse rides, petting zoos, food trucks, duck races, pumpkin shooting and U-pick-style pumpkins and sunflowers, the Harvest Festival at Andelin Family Farm in Sparks is a must to visit this fall season. Admission is $13 daily and $15 on Saturday when purchased online, and $15 daily and $17 on Saturday when purchased on-site. The family-owned and -operated farm is also hosting some scary events to keep an eye out for this year, like Zombie Paintball and a venture into the haunted corn maze. To learn more about the Harvest Festival, visit andelinfamilyfarm.com/harvest-festival.  

Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch

Las Vegas, Oct. 1 to Oct. 31

Celebrating its 20th season, Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch in Las Vegas offers the perfect destination for those with little ones looking to enjoy some fall fun while finding the perfect pumpkin. This event, running from Oct. 1 to Oct. 31, will feature a massive Nevada pumpkin patch with a variety of shapes and sizes to choose from, a hay maze, carnival rides, seasonal bites, games and much more fun. Admission is free with fees for rides, fare and pumpkins. To learn more about the Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch, visit halloweentownlv.com.

Andelin Family Farm

Moapa Valley Pumpkin Patch

Moapa, Sept. 29 to Oct. 31

The Moapa Valley Pumpkin Patch is a lush gem nestled in the center of the state’s desert scape. The Nevada pumpkin patch is open annually, offering the perfect spot to find the right pumpkin, regardless if you are looking for your next jack-o’-lantern or a squash for baking. The farm also offers U-pick-style goods, like corn ears, watermelon and sunflowers. Admission is free, with fees varying depending on the produce. To learn more about Moapa Valley Pumpkin Patch, visit mvcornmaze.com/pumpkin-patch/.  

Lattin Farms Pumpkin Patch & Hayride 

Fallon, Saturdays, Oct. 1 to Oct. 31

Open every Saturday in October, the Pumpkin Patch & Hayride at Lattin Farms in Fallon offers a unique experience for those on the hunt for the ultimate pumpkin. The farm provides cozy hay rides to and from the pumpkin patch with scenic views while you journey through the land. Visitors can enjoy the ride, roam the patch and find their soon-to-be carved creations for just $8 per person. To learn more about Lattin Farms Pumpkin Patch & Hayride, visit lattinfarms.com/hayride.

Gilcrease Orchard

Gilcrease Orchard

Las Vegas, Oct. 1 to Oct. 31

If you find yourself in Las Vegas this season, the Gilcrease Orchard is perfect for adults and little ones alike, offering ready-to-pick sunflowers, pumpkins, apples and seasonal squashes cut right from the stem. Be sure to stop by the on-site concession stand for some freshly baked apple cider doughnuts and warm apple cider to enjoy while you explore the orchard. The pumpkin patch is only open Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Admission is free, with fees for product purchases. To learn more about Gilcrease Orchard, visit thegilcreaseorchard.org

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