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North Bay Pumpkin Patches 2003

2003 Pumpkins in the field at Adobe Pumpkin Farm

While Half Moon Bay may be the "Pumpkin Capital of the World" the North Bay has plenty of choices for the pumpkin needy public. 

We recently toured some of the North Bay's better known patches and were pleased with the level of Halloween spirit on display. On the whole the patches of the North Bay tended to be larger in size than those in other parts of the Bay Area although many small family farms are available for those looking for a more low key experience. For the purpose of this article we take a look at four patches that we thought were exceptional in one way or another.

Adobe Pumpkin Farm

Cardoza's Pumpkin Farm

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch

Grandma's Pumpkin Patch

In addition to our look at those patches here is a quick rundown of the major North Bay Pumpkin Patches. With so many choices we're sure you'll find something to fit your family's needs.

Adobe Pumpkin Farm

Where:

2478 East Washington Street, Petaluma

Pick your own pumpkins on a 30 acre farm. While you're at in enjoy their haunted barn, farm animals, hay rides, and corn maze.

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Cardoza's Pumpkin Farm

Where:

5869 Lakeview Hwy., Petaluma

15 acres of pumpkins in a huge valley. Featuring hay rides, museum, pond, picnic areas, hay maze and fort, learning center, crafts, and pony rides. Also features a kid's carnival and haunted house.

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Petaluma Pumpkin Patch

Where:

550 Stony Point Road, Petaluma

15 acre field with 4 acre corn maze, picnic area, straw mountain, scarecrows and farm animals. The patch has a large variety of pumpkins, winter squash, ornamental gourds, and corn stalks.

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Grandma's Pumpkin Patch

Where:

17740 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg

Pick your own pumpkin, ornamental gourds, indian corn and corn stalks, exotic and party pumpkins, farm animals, and crafts.

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St. Vincent's School For Boys Pumpkin Field

Where:

Right off Highway 101 at the St. Vincent's exit, Novato

St. Vincent's is a non-profit residential treatment center for troubled boys, and every year they have a pumpkin patch sale to help raise money.  They offer pumpkins, snacks, an inflatable jumper ($1), and picnic areas. So go spend some money and help a good cause in the name of Halloween!

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Grossi Farms

Where:

6652 Petaluma Hill Rd., Santa Rosa

Grossi Farm features hay rides, a hay pyramid, and organic farm produce. Be sure to check out their big festival on October 10th with a bonfire in the corn, a wienie roast, and tethered hot air balloons!

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Anderson Organic Vegetable Stand & Pumpkin Patch

Where:

4588 Bodega Ave., Petaluma

This smaller pumpkin patch features weekend pony rides and petting zoo, a corn maze, weekend tractor and hay rides, games, ornamental gourds and pumpkins as well as a wide selection of organically grown produce.

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Little Hills Pumpkin Patch

Where:

961 Chapman Ln., Petaluma

Gourds, hay maze, animal corral, and haunted graveyard, the haunt "Scare University" is also featured.

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Fisher Farm

Where:

2870 Canfield Rd., Sebastopol

Come to this farm for harvest decoration, a pumpkin patch, and animal corral.

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Peterson's Farm

Where:

636 Gossage Ave., Petaluma

Come for the pumpkins and stay to pet and feed the farm animals.

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Hoskins Ranch

Where:

15101 Kinley Dr., Healdsburg

A family owned and operated pumpkin patch with great photo ops, small picnic area, and a small country store selling local crafts.

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Hauntmaster 10/03/2003

 
   

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