Pumpkin CityPumpkin City is one of the best pumpkin patches in Orange County with tons of fun activities for the whole family. There are over 20,000 pumpkins to choose from, barnyard animals, 9 different rides, carnival game booths, petting zoo, pony rides, and even panning for gold. They also have a diner that offers hot dogs, nachos, cotton candy, ice cream and more for $4.00 or less.

Free Activities:

Free Activities at Pumpkin City

  • Visit barnyard animals with goats, sheep, ducks and pigs. You can feed them for 25 cents!
  • Explore the Indian village.
  • Check out lots of great picture stands for fun family pictures.

Other Activities:

Activities at Pumpkin City

For most of these activities you need to purchase tickets. 

  • Boat Ride. Must be taller than 36″.
  • Bounce House. 
  • Chair Swing. Must be taller than 36″.
  • 65 ft long Obstacle Challenge. Must be able to climb unassisted.
  • 28 ft tall Goliath Slide: Must be able to climb to the top unassisted.
  • Spinning Ride: Must be taller than 36″. 
  • Tractor Town USA. Must be able to drive unassisted.
  • Train Express. 
  • Panning for gold/Geode Discovery.
  • Carnival Games. 
  • Petting Zoo. 
  • Pony Ride
  • Kiddie rides

Opening Hours:

October 1, 2017 – October 31st, 2017

Mon-Thu: 11am-8:30pm
Fri-Sun: 10am-10pm

Free admission, free parking.


24203 Avenida De La Carlota, Laguna Hills, 92653

Listing on PlanADayOut:

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Do you have something planned for this weekend? Check out this amazing list of fun things to do with the kiddos!–>http://bit.ly/2wTxHsc

This weekend you can enjoy lots of fun events including Boo at the Zoo at the Santa Ana Zoo (with allergy-friendly trick-or-treating), Art Walk at the Old Town Tustin, Halloween Goes Hollywood at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, bat presentation at the Mason Regional Park, Children’s Garden Workshop at the Great Park, Scarecrow and Pumpkin Festival at the Fairview Park, Fall Harvest Festival at the Grand Park, Arirang Festival, and 50+ more family events!

Also, all pumpkin patches are now open, including the one at the Irvine Park Railroad. And don’t forget about the Knott’s Spooky Farm event which is Knott’s Berry Farm’s non-spooky Halloween celebration. If you missed my post about my visit to Knott’s Spooky Farm, you can read it here.

Halloween Goes Hollywood

Maruska —  October 18, 2017

Halloween Goes Hollywood at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall this Saturday only!

This Pacific Symphony’s concert is perfect for kids ages 5-11 and features film music such as “Harry Potter,” “Star Wars,” “The Nightmare Before Christmas” and more. Before the concert they also have a great musical carnival where kids can meet the performers, enjoy musical arts and crafts, and more. I am so bummed I will be out of town this weekend, otherwise this event would be on my calendar.  Tickets start at just $15.

Click over for more information–> http://bit.ly/2yn6O42