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8 Great Pumpkin Patches in Las Vegas for 2021

8 Great Pumpkin Patches in Las Vegas for 2021

Are you wondering where to find the best pumpkin patches in Las Vegas? We have the answer! Las Vegas may be a desert but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all that great Halloween harvest fun!

We have discovered amazing pumpkin patches all over the valley, from pumpkin patches with carnivals in the heart of the city to traditional family farm pumpkin patch experiences you won’t want to miss. Here is our Las Vegas pumpkin patch round up for 2021.

Pumpkin Patches in Las Vegas

1. Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch Boca Park

Pumpkin patch Las Vegas

Halloween Town Pumpkin Patches have been servicing the Las Vegas area for over 20 years. Their original location is in Boca Park opens for the season on October 1, 2021.

This patch will be open daily through Halloween and has rides geared towards children ages 2-11. There are 30 vintage rides, games, and attractions like bounce houses, slides, and a hay bale maze. Food is also sold.

There is a great variety of pumpkins and other squash and even a tent where you can decorate pumpkins. You can even book birthday parties!

Season passes are $100.

510 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas

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2. Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch Silverado Ranch

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Halloween Town’s southeastern Las Vegas location opens October 7, 2021 and has rides geared towards all ages.

On Halloween weekend and Nevada Day admission is a flat rate of $20. This includes 25 tickets that can be used on rides, games, food, and pumpkins. There is also a trick or treat station at every ride.

Admission and parking is free for the rest of the season.

While this is a pumpkin patch with plenty of pumpkins to choose from, it does have more of a carnival atmosphere than a tradition pumpkin farm atmosphere.

71 E Silverado Ranch Blvd, Las Vegas

3. Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch Southwest

Pumpkin patches in Las Vegas Nevada

Halloween Town’s southwestern Las Vegas location is like the Silverado Ranch location in that it has rides for all ages, but it opens October 14, 2021.

On Halloween weekend and Nevada Day admission is a flat rate of $20. This includes 25 tickets that can be used on rides, games, food, and pumpkins. There is also a trick or treat station at every ride.

Admission and parking is free for the rest of the season.

While there is a pumpkin patch with plenty of pumpkins to choose from, it does have more of a carnival atmosphere than a tradition pumpkin farm atmosphere.

7455 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas

4. Gilcrease Orchard

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If you are looking for a more traditional farm experience, head to Gilcrease Orchard. Yes, there really are farms in Las Vegas! The Gilcrease family has been farming this land since 1920, thanks in part to the artisinal spring on their desert farm.

They have been operating a u-pick apple farm for the past 50 years and have a large pick-your-own pumpkin patch as well. There is also a variety of veggies, donuts, and cider available for purchase.

In addition to pumpkin picking, there is a hay maze and hay rides to enjoy. The pumpkin patchis open September 25, 2021 to October 31, 2021. It is open Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.

7800 N. Tenaya Way, Las Vegas

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5. Seasonal Adventures Pumpkin Patch- IKEA

Having a blast at pumpkin patches in Las Vegas

Seasonal Adventures Pumpkin Patch is a chain of pumpkin patch locations mostly based in California, but they have two Las Vegas area patches as well.

This pumpkin patch is located next to IKEA off the Bruce Woodbury Beltway. In addition to thousands of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes, there are a wide variety of attractions to enjoy.

Attractions include inflatable slides and obstacles courses, a bounce house, plenty of games and mechanical rides, a bungee trampoline jump, and even a petting zoo.

During the Christmas season this location sells Christmas trees as well.

6555 S. Riley St. Las Vegas

6. Seasonal Adventures Pumpkin Patch- Henderson

Seasonal Adventures has two Las Vegas pumpkin patch locations

This location is virtually identical to the IKEA location, but it is in Henderson. You will still enjoy lots of pumpkins to choose from. Harvest decor including scarecrows and hay bales are around for pictures, as are basically all the same attractions as the other Seasonal Adventures Pumpkin Patch.

The Henderson Seasonal Adventures location sells Christmas trees during the winter holiday season.

1001 New Beginnings Drive, Henderson

7. McKee Ranch

McKee Ranch has one of the best pumpkin patches in Las Vegas
Photo via McKee Ranch

The McKee Ranch is located near the Silverton Hotel and is open year round, but during October it hosts a fun pumpkin patch.

It is $20 cash per family to enter the pumpkin patch, but the price of admission includes a bag of carrots to feed the horses and goats and a pumpkin to take home.

There are other animals like donkeys, chickens, ducks, bunnies, pigs and turkeys at McKee Ranch which are always fun for young city slickers to visit with.

Kids will enjoy activities like face painting, balloon art, swings, and pony rides. There are also lots of great props and displays set up so that you can take family photos. They open at noon and close at 5pm.

8982 Dean Martin Dr, Las Vegas

8. Bonus Pumpkin Patch- Moapa Valley Corn Maze

Corn Maze

About 50 miles from Las Vegas, between Vegas and Mesquite, is the Moapa Valley Corn Maze. This is a true country corn maze/pumpkin patch experience.

The Moapa Valley Corn Maze is open Wednesday through Sunday in October and can get quite crowded on the weekends, so come during the week if you can.

This pumpkin patch is the real deal. You will be picking pumpkins and melons direct from the vine. Pumpkins and melons are 50 cents per pound. Farm fresh sweet corn will be also sold by the ear at a $1.

Admission is $12 and includes access to the pumpkin patch, cow train, bounce pillow, farm swing, pedal carts, petting zoo, and daytime corn mazes (there are 3). There will even be pig races on select days and times!

There is a wide variety of food and treats for sale including hamburgers, hot dogs, caramel apple slices, cheesecake on a stick, and apple pie fries.

The corn cannon is $1 per shot and there are paintball guns with targets you can shoot. $5 gets you about 50 shots. Daytime hayrides are $2 and haunted hayrides (after 7PM) are $5.

At night the Shriek Shack (a haunted barn) and the haunted version of the corn maze are an extra fee to enter. Both add to the spooky fun of Halloween.

Zombie Paintball is a fun attraction for families with older kids. For $25 you load up on a retired school bus armed with a paintball gun and head out to a field filled with live zombies.

The goal is to shoot the zombies in the head to “kill” them. If you have had zombie apocolypse fantasies for years, this is definitely the attraction for you! It is recommended that you book your session in advance for this popular attraction.

Lewis Ranch Rd. Moapa

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