Fall is a fun time in Colorado--the leaves are turning, the air is getting crisp, and it's time for pumpkin patches!
This season, the Colorado Pumpkin Patch is celebrating its 11th anniversary, complete with a move to a brand new location in Monument. There's so much too much to see and do for your entire family, and plenty of fun designed just for the kids.
What's on the Colorado Pumpkin Patch things to do list? Here are just a few of our favorites.
Slide down the slides! Colorado Pumpkin Patch has 80 foot straw slides for kids of all ages and smaller slides for the younger visitors.
Make a new animal friend. The petting zoo features all sorts of furry friends--ponies, alpacas, llamas, calves, goats, sheep, chickens, ducks, turkey, and geese.
Play in the corn bins. It's sensory play galore in the large bins of dried corn that kids can actually climb into. Imagine a sandbox with all the fun of sand and much less of the mess.
Let your kids run through the straw maze! It's designed with younger kids in mind as you can see them over the straw bales, no worries about getting lost.
Bounce on the bounce pad. It's bigger and better than any trampoline you can imagine, and it helps burn off all that energy.
And of course, pick a pumpkin! No pumpkin patch visit is complete without bringing home a pumpkin and the Colorado Pumpkin Patch has a variety of sizes available for purchase (most range from $2.50 through $12).
The Colorado Pumpkin Patch is open daily through October 31, 2018. Hours on Monday and Tuesday are from 9am until 2pm, and Wednesday through Sunday 9am until 5pm.
Receive a free drink (with paid admission) at Colorado Pumpkin Patch. Grab a soda, bottled water, flavored tea, or other drink valued at the concession stand when you pay regular admission. Valid for up to four (4) admissions. Get thecoupon here. Disclosure: This post was written as part of my partnership with USFamilyGuide. We received complimentary passes to the Colorado Pumpkin Patch for the purposes of this review. A special thanks to my friend Krista and her adorable little girls for testing out the pumpkin patch for us.