Our Trip to Colorado Pumpkin Patch

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We were so excited to review the Colorado Pumpkin Patch this weekend! They’re at a new location in the Black Forest area. It’s a short drive up Powers Blvd. for those on the East and North sides of Colorado Springs. I’m including a Youtube link with all of our highlights and a few of my favorite photos in this post.

Thanks to Colorado Pumpkin Patch for inviting us out with free admission.

Also, find out about location and pricing and get a special coupon!

Slides

My kids loved the slides. There are three big slides and one small slide for younger kids. You can ride with your children.

Colorado Pumpkin Patch Slides

Colorado Pumpkin Patch Slides

Animal Feeding

The kids loved feeding the animals with the giant spoon. The animals could get the food easily without nibbling on fingers. Bonus: they had hand sanitizer available!

Other Fun Activities

Hay Maze
My youngest loved this! It was a great game of hide and seek!

Roping
Roping is a lot harder than it looks!

Corn Box

Catapult
Launch balls at a giant hay bale target.

Hay Ride

Duck Races

Big Feet

More Colorado Pumpkin Patch Info

Admission prices start at $9.50 depending on the date of your visit. Pumpkins in varying sizes ($2.50 to $12) are sold separately. Most activities are included, but a few things are an additional cost. These include animal feeding ($1), pony rides ($8), face painting and laser tag.

You can bring in your own food or purchase concessions. They have picnic tables; some are covered.

When we visited, the place was pretty empty in the morning, but started to fill up after lunch time. I’d suggest getting there early if you want to avoid bigger crowds.

This is a great overall value and so much fun!

Connect With Colorado Pumpkin Patch

17405 Walden Way, Colorado Springs, CO 80908

Website: http://coloradopumpkinpatch.net/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ColoradoPumpkinPatch/

Krystal Miller
Krystal is a mom to three wonderful kids, and she works part-time as a college instructor. Her spare time is filled with writing, gardening and chasing backyard chickens.

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