We visited Cottonwood Farms this past week and had a ball! If you want to visit a pumpkin patch, visit Cottonwood Farms! It’s free admission and it’s in such a beautiful spot you will get lots of amazing pictures! It’s been freezing so they have to bunch all the pumpkins together so they won’t ruin but they told me this weekend they will have them all set back out. You can still purchase pumpkins though! There we’re so many fun attractions, my kids could have stayed there all day!
We plan to go back next week! They staff was so nice plus I forgot my wallet and am dying to buy some of their honey they sell!
Open Daily 10 A.M. – 6 P.M. September 22 through October 31 with free admission!
Cottonwood Farmfollow is located east of Boulder on 75th Street & Arapahoe Rd. with a great view of the Front Range. Bring your camera to capture of all the family fun.
They have a Corn Maze Bring that the whole family for a walk in the corn maze free of charge. Their two acre corn maze provides the “real feel” of being on the farm.
They also have a Straw Bale Maze! You can snap some shots of your children in the straw bale maze from one of our two raised platforms.
They have a Pumpkin Patch where you can borrow one of their red wagons or bring your own! Each pumpkin is unique and it’s fun to see which one each family member chooses.
They also have a slew of animals along the farm where you can say hi to Rocco the donkey, and Bentley the miniature horse.
There is also a hay rides! They offer a hay ride for $3 every weekend day in October. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Children under 3 ride free. You will sit on straw bales on a real farm wagon pulled by a tractor. This ride takes you around the patch and back. You will get a bird’s eye view of the activities at the farm as well as a view of the Front Range with all the fall colors.
1535 N 75th St.
Boulder, CO 80303