Right at the end of Sixth St. In Norco, CA, you’ll find the entrance to an easy family-friendly hike to a giant rock painted like a pumpkin. The pumpkin rock trail has a couple of nice landmarks to investigate as you make you’re way up the hill.
The homely feel to Greenspot is what we really enjoy about this farm, it’s the least commercialized out of all the other pumpkin patches we’ve visited this year and we like that.
Kids love the zoo, but it can be expensive depending on how big your family is. San Diego Zoo Kids free October is a great time to visit, you can save a lot of money and have one last outing with the family before the sick season starts back up.
We were shocked to see how much of a transformation the Underwood Family Farms in Moorpark, CA undertakes for their fall harvest. Their gigantic pumpkin patch offers over a dozen different pumpkin types to choose from and plenty of great spots for taking fun family photos.
Riley’s Farm has been a staple in Oak Glen for decades. Overall, Riley’s is a beautiful farm with many U-PICK fruit Orchards and a REAL pumpkin patch.
Oak Glen is known for it’s October Apple Picking, but it really should be known for Snow-Line Orchards Apple Cider Donuts. Eaten fresh these mini donuts could heal the world 🙂