Top 3 Utah County Pumpkin Patches
Now that Mila is a full-fledged toddler, we are constantly looking for kid-friendly activities where she can explore. I’ve been trying to be more aware of how I am using my time with her (aka getting off my phone) and I find that I love our outings so much more! As the days go by I am constantly reminded that she won’t be this little forever. Man, she’s in such a cute stage right now and I don’t want to miss a thing!
Since we’ve been trying to spend more quality time together, we’ve been to some awesome pumpkin patches this year! These are my Top 3 Favorites in Utah County. Check out my thoughts on each below and make sure to read to the bottom for a coupon code for Cornbelly’s!
Alpine Farms Pumpkin Patch–(Highland, UT)–FREE
Free Entry! This small patch is right up the street from my parent’s house so it was a no-brainer outing for us with Grandma & Grandpa. It’s right off a busy street, so parking is a little crazy. There is a little petting zoo with a few animals, a hay ride for adults and a tractor train pull for little ones for $2 per person. It’s pretty dusty and a 5/10 on the stroller-friendly scale. It was definitely a good one to check “Go To the Pumpkin Patch” off our fall bucket list!
Jaker’s Pumpkin Patch–(Springville, UT)–$
We lived next door to Jaker’s for 2 years and it’s officially the biggest thing we miss about fall this year! Jaker’s is run by local farmers and it the BEST. They have everything you need for a fall outing. They have animals, play place, corn pit, little kids corn maze, BIG corn maze, food trucks, hay ride, and lots of pumpkins! And you wanna know the best part? Entry is only $2! It’s large enough to spend a few hours in, at the perfect price.
Cornbelly’s at Thanksgiving Point–(Lehi, UT)–$$
We’ve been going to Cornbelly’s for years now and I honestly think this was their best year yet! The quality and quantity of activities is so much better than previous years. They have everything you can think of! Corn maze, tractor pull, corn hole, multiple playgrounds, corn pit, etc., etc., etc.! It’s really an all-ages kind of a place and very toddler-friendly too! We also had a grilled cheese sandwich and fries that were some of the best I’ve had anywhere. Mila loved the cow train tractor ride. The only downside is because there is SO much to do, it’s a little overwhelming. They offer a “bounce back” discount price, but you definitely need 3+ hours to explore the whole patch!
Use code NORTHCOUNTYCAL to get $3 off your ticket online!
**Insider tip: Buy all of your tickets separately and get $3 off each one instead of your whole order!
Hope you love these as much as I do! Have a happy day!
McKenzie is a retired Special Education teacher and Mom to Mila. She loves traveling, baking and snuggling. As a social butterfly and self-proclaimed chatter box, McKenzie loves making new friends.