The Best Central Valley Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes 2019

With the temperatures starting to cool down, pumpkin patch and corn maze season is quickly arriving! This is the perfect time of year to get outside, spend some time with your family and friends and enjoy the cooler weather. We wanted to share some Central Valley fall attractions that are sure to get you and your family into the fall spirit.

Tulare County

Check out one of south Valley’s most epic corn mazes at Vossler Farms! The 2019 season opens on September 28 and the ten-acre corn maze will be open Wednesday through Sunday, with the pumpkin patch open every day of the week.

Fresno County

Located on Blackstone and Shaw in Fresno, Pumpkin King will be open beginning on September 27 and will be open seven days a week. Pony rides, bounce houses and a straw bale maze for the kids make this a great place to take your family.

Hobb’s Grove is a long time Central Valley Halloween favorite that will open for the 2019 season on October 4. Open Thursdays through Sundays, check out their classic attractions like the Haunted Forest, Haunted House, Haunted Hayride. Be sure to check their website for prices and discounted dates!

This adorable kid-friendly pumpkin patch in Reedley is open every weekend from September 28 to October 27. They have a lot of fun activities for kids, such as steam train rides, hay rides, a nature trail and of course a pumpkin patch!

Kern County

Murray Family Farms is open seven days a week with hayrides, a pumpkin patch, jumping pillow, butterfly house and an animal garden. In addition, every Saturday and Sunday in October, they will have Flash Light Nights in the Corn Maze. They also have a variety of fruits to pick yourself or buy from their farm.

Stanislaus County

You and your family can enjoy a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, ten-acre corn maze and various other fall activities at Dutch Hollow Farms located in Riverbank. They will begin selling pumpkins, mini pumpkins, fall decor and hay bales on September 14 at their Fall Craft Fair.

Located along I-5, Fantozzi Farms has a myriad of fall attractions such as a corn maze, haunted corn maze, pumpkin patch, jumping pillow, corn cannons, pipe slides and more! Fantozzi Farms will be open from September 28 to October 31. You can reserve your tickets online at

Madera County

This extra spooky attraction in Madera near ApCal is open October 5 – 31 (closed select days…check their website for details). They boast three haunted attractions and two haunted corn fields…plus a black-out corn maze! Don’t forget to check their website for special discounted days.

San Joaquin County

Del Osso Family Farms is located off I-5 in Lathrop. They will open on September 28 and have a corn maze, pumpkin blasters, haunted castle, zip lines and pony rides.
Don’t miss out on any of these local fall events and attractions…they won’t be around for long!

At unWired, we wish you and your family a happy, healthy and fun fall season.

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