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Grandma's Pumpkin Patch
17740 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg
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. The final patch we visited was Grandma's Pumpkin Patch. Grandma's is near the intersection of Lytton Springs Rd. and Healdsburg Ave. just off Hwy. 101 in Healdsburg. It's the northernmost patch we visited but was worth the drive.
Unlike the other three patches we reviewed before, Grandma's is a small and intimate patch. You'll still find a fine assortment of pumpkins brought in fresh from the field regularly but you won't need a tractor ride or have to walk a long distance to get to them.
In addition to their fine pumpkins Grandma's has a small selection of Halloween related items for sale including witch's kettles, skeletons, gourds, and other assorted crafts. They also have a donkey, lamb, two piglets, and a whole flock of chickens and roosters to view and pet. The piglets were great fun to watch frolic.
Behind the main patch area there is room to picnic with tables, a large area for kids to play in, and a hay bridge for them to play on.
Though much smaller than some of the other North Bay pumpkin patches, Grandma's Pumpkin Patch is a great place to stop and get your Halloween pumpkin in a low key, relaxed environment.
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