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Spina Farms Pumpkin Patch
Reviewed 10/02/09 by Hauntmistress
Spina Farms Pumpkin Patch sits at the corner of a busy intersection at Santa Teresa Boulevard and Bailey Avenue in San Jose. The farm is family owned and operated and its website says it has roots in Santa Clara County dating back three generations.
The patch is well decorated with pumpkin decorations and flowers and hay bales and features a wide variety of sizes and types of pumpkins and gourds. They are all in good shape and are moderately priced. To the left in the patch are your standard orange pumpkins. On the right you’ll find white pumpkins, various types of mini pumpkins, some set in the bed of an old truck, as well as gourds. The field of pumpkins is very big, so be sure to grab a wheelbarrow!
Spina Farms also features a hay ride, train ride, picnic tables, hay bales and corn stalks, hand-painted pumpkins, homemade pumpkin bread, and more!
Kids will love the tractor-drawn hayride through the cornfield and the rows of pretty pumpkins! Families will love the little train that runs in a big circle through the pumpkin patch.
Next to the patch, Spina operates a produce stand where you can get fresh fruits and vegetables. Spina offers locally grown products and depending on the time of year, you can find dried apricots, Brentwood Nectarines, sweet corn, new crop apples, vine-ripened tomatoes, sweet watermelon, sweet onions, and cantaloupe.
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