Pumpkin patches Edmonton AB
When it comes to Fall and Halloween, one of the funnest activities is carving pumpkins. You can do this at any age and have fun! You can have a very elaborate design or something as simple as a traditional happy face. The best part about carving pumpkins is that the activity isn’t just limited to Halloween, but for the entire season of Fall.
We’ve seen some Edmonton residents who don’t even carve their pumpkins, they just use them whole as a decoration! No matter what you end up doing with your pumpkins, carving them, baking with them, using them for decoration, one of the most gratifying ways to get these seasonal globes of happiness is to get them from pumpkin patches Edmonton AB.
If you’re lucky, there are still some pumpkins left to be picked from pumpkin patches in Edmonton AB, and you can bring home your very own pumpkin you picked out.
Here are a few pumpkin patches Edmonton AB for those of you who have not yet gotten your pumpkins!
Ogden House at Reimer Park
441 4th Street
Stirling, AB, T0K 2E0
6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays
There are a number of activities at the Ogden house including pumpkin patches, corn mazes, pony rides and farm animals. THere are also Halloween Haunted House tours for those of you who enjoy being a little frightened.
Kraay Family Farm
Range Road 27-3
Lacombe, AB T4L 2N1
Tuesday-Thursday, 4 to 8 p.m.
Friday, Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Admission is $12.50 for children 2 and younger
This family farm has a giant corn maze and is open through Oct. 19. It is one of the largest corn mazes in North America and has a pumpkin patch with tons of pumpkin-related activities such as pumpkin blasters, which allows guests to shoot pumpkins out of cannons. For more information, contact the farm at (403) 302-1709 or visit its website at www.kraayfamilyfarm.com.
Prairie Gardens and Greenhouses
56311 Lily Lake Road
Bon Accord, AB
Daily, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Admission starts at $8.50/person, group rates available
This farm is much more than just a greenhouse and garden. There are a number of family-friendly activities and the farm is full of fun things to do in the fall, such as picking your own squash and pumpkins, going throw the corn maze, seeing the petting zoo animals and more. For those of you who want a little thrill, there is also a Haunted Farm House and tractor and wagon rides. Every weekend in October is also the Annual Haunted Pumpkin Festival, so Edmonton area residents are encouraged to check that out as well!