This morning I took my 4 week old and 21 month old sons to a Pumpkin Patch here in Colorado Springs and it was a perfect morning. This Pumpkin Patch is so inexpensive with tons of activities to do! We didn’t even get through half of the things and will have to go back to do it all.
This property is technically located in Monument Colorado which is just outside of Colorado Springs. It’s a family owned business on 40 acres with tons of space to spread out. They’re only open two months out of the year, September – October. The awesome thing about this place is you can purchase a season pass so you can go multiple times with your kids, friends, or family!
I don’t know about you but sometimes when I take my kids out I want to be able to participate with them and not just sit back and watch. There were so many things to do with the kids that really made the time special with them. Here’s a list of all the activities this Pumpkin Patch provides!
- Two 30×30 jumping pillows
- Outdoor Large Jenga
- Outdoor Large Checkers
- Outdoor Large Tic-Tac-Toe
- Three, 100 ft roller slides and a 40 ft small slide for children
- Hay bale pyramid
- Steer head roping
- Water pump duck races
- Large tube swings
- Chicken flickin
- Crow Konking
- Feed the pig
- Stuff the Scarecrow
- House of Music
- Kids’ corn box
- Antique restored tractors for hayrides and photo opportunities
- Pony rides, and face painting (Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays)* Sold Separately. Face Painting 10-4PM
- Gourd target practice with standup launchers
- Tractor “hayrides” through our “Colorado Wildlife Safari”
- Farm animal petting area – ponies, alpaca, llama, goat, pig, sheep, chickens, duck (Come see Aflac), turkey, goose and our faux milking cows
- Football training camp where you practice your skills
- Baseball throwing lane with Radar
- Human foosball
- Outdoor laser tag (Available Thursday – Sunday and other days based on availability)
- 12 person Cow Train (Available Friday- Sunday guaranteed, possibly available on other days in lieu of a tractor ride)
See what I mean when I say there was lots to do? Seriously, we’ll have to go back to experience more. They also had open space for a fun family picnic or tables you could sit at. I love taking my kids to places where my toddler can roam and be safe! A note on the pumpkins, there isn’t an actual pumpkin patch that’s grown on the property but they do source the pumpkin’s from the best farmer’s around the world and truly have a great selection! I thought it was nice having them in one central location right by the Exit to grab on your way out. It made it easy with two littles!
They also have a snack shack with delicious baked goods, fresh honey, homemade jam’s, and more! I was a sucker and bought several things to try at home. All this to say, this place needs to be on your list of things to do during the fall season! We had a great time and will absolutely be back.
Click here to access the Colorado Pumpkin Patch’s website and see below for the location! Thank you for reading and happy fall ya’ll! 🎃
18065 Saddlewood Rd Monument Co 80132