Every October, the La Verne Heritage Pumpkin Patch is a great little pumpkin patch perfect for families with young ones. Better known for its spring orange picking, both events offer a relaxing, safe environment for your kids to enjoy the season, and we love it.
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La Verne Heritage Pumpkin Patch Visiting Information
Main Visitor Info
- 5001 Via De Mansion, La Verne, CA 91750
- Dates & Hours:
- Friday, Oct 20 from 4-8 pm
- Saturday, Oct 21 from 10 am-8 pm
- Sunday, Oct 22 from 10 am-8 pm
- Friday, Oct 27 from 4-8 pm
- Saturday, Oct 28 from 10 am-8 pm
- Sunday, Oct 29 from 10 am-8 pm
- Free entry
- $2/person tractor rides. Children under 2 years old are free.
- $2/person petting zoo. Children under 2 years old are free.
- How much we spent during our visit:
- Total: $23
- 4 petting zoo tickets: $8
- 4 tractor tickets: $8
- 2 small pumpkins: $7
- Total: $23
- Free street parking
- Tractor ride
- Petting zoo
- Visit a small farm animal pen
- Great fall photo opportunities
- Time spent:
- 1 ½ hours
- Stroller friendly:
- Yes, flushable toilets
Our Observations / Things to bring
- What we observed:
- We arrived right when they opened on a Saturday, and it wasn’t crowded
- Great pumpkin patch for kids under 8
- Holding baby chicks was the girls’ highlight of the trip
- You can pay by card or Venmo for the activities
- There is a small park (Heritage Park) located right next door where our girls enjoyed playing. It’s also a great place to have a picnic.
- Check the weather before you go. The weather can be changeable; layered clothing and closed-toe shoes are recommended.
- What we packed:
- Sunscreen, lip sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, @Suds2go portable cap, insect repellent, lunch, fruits, veggies, snacks, and water.
- You can get the links to all our travel essentials here: Travel Essentials | Califoreigners
- Ways to save money:
- Packing a lunch/meal
- School field trips:
- Gift Certificates:
- Future events:
- Orange Picking – January
- Spring Fling Faire – March
- Summer Concerts – June
- Other things to do during the fall
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What We Said In Our La Verne Heritage Pumpkin Patch Video
With free entrance, you can enjoy the farm without purchasing anything. Inside, you’ll find a handful of excellent fall photo opportunities, get to check out the farm animals, and the kids can play at the heritage park playground right across the bridge.
The pumpkin patch offers an assortment of pumpkins, and it’s set up right next to the white barn that doubles as their store. The county store is where you can purchase tickets, seasonal decorations, jams, and other hand-crafted artisan goods.
Heritage offers tickets to two paid activities. The first is the petting zoo. While it’s super tiny, with only a couple of animals inside. If your kids are careful, they’ll get to hold a baby chick! Our girls have never done that before and absolutely loved it.
The second is a short tractor-wagon ride around the property. Our youngest was super happy to ride it as it takes you through the foundations’ orange grove, out to the windmill, and back around to the front of the Webster house. Altogether, It only takes a couple of minutes.
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