The 4 best pumpkin patches in Boise

by | Oct 11, 2018 | Blog

Nothing quite says family like the holidays, which are fast approaching.

So, kick off this wonderful time of the year by taking your family and friends on a pumpkin patch adventure.

When you visit one of these incredible Boise establishments, you’ll enjoy the sights and sounds of the harvest, create new memories and establish new traditions with your friends and loved ones for years to come.

If you’re ready for a great day of pumpkin hunting, visit one of these five pumpkin patches today.

Linder Farms

Pick your own harvest is the name of the game at Linder Farms, which is 20 acres of pumpkin paradise. With more than 30 varieties, Linder Farms invites you to wear your gloves and pick your pumpkin right off the vine.

Linder Farms also features a three-path maze suitable for all ages and levels. For those brave enough to do all three, they will have to cover nearly six miles of trail!

The Farmstead Corn Maze Pumpkin Patch

Ranked Idaho’s “Best Pumpkin Patch” by Reader’s Digest, Farmstead is more than just a farm. Visitors can pick from more than 40 different varieties of pumpkin, gourds, and corn, and also take home other holiday treats, including pumpkin pie. A hayride to the fields of pumpkins is optional.

In addition to the impressive lineup of pumpkins and gourds, Farmstead invites visitors to experience its corn maze and “Field of Screams,” attraction. The spooktacular haunted house is open only to the brave from dark until 11 p.m., on Friday and Saturday nights this month.

The Berry Ranch

Pick your own pumpkin (and berries when in season) at The Berry Ranch.

This self-serve establishment is great for groups and families. You can also go on a hayride when you visit this pumpkin patch and farm in Nampa.

Besides pumpkins, visitors can also pick up some fresh fruits and vegetables and other goods from the Store-In-A-Barn.

Jordan’s Pumpkin Patch

One of the great things about Jordan’s, besides the harvest, of course, is its free admission!

When you visit, you will select from locally grown pumpkins, including one-of-a-kind varieties of pumpkins and gourds. Other seasonal items such as corn stalks and décor are also available.

Boise is a great place to be during the holidays and these pumpkin patches are a great example of that!

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