Temecula Pumpkin Patch Farm Guide 2021
TEMECULA, CA – There is still time this fall to take a walk through a field or pumpkin patch in the Temecula area and pick the best pumpkin for a pumpkin lantern.
With fall in full swing, a trip to the pumpkin patch is a favorite tradition for many families here in Temecula. Some areas have complementary activities like corn mazes, hay walks, and apple cider tastings.
It’s best to call ahead in the field or check their website for guidelines and hours of operation related to coronavirus.
Below are some of the best pumpkin farms in the Temecula region to visit in 2021:
NOTE: Events are subject to last minute changes or cancellations. So always check with the organizers that the activities go as planned.
OCT. 23: Spooky Spectacular Adult Mixed Softball Tournament. Team registrations are in progress.
OCT. 31: Halloween Spooktacular & Trick-Or-Treat. With costume contests, police and firefighter exhibits and more.
NOV. 14: Community Olive Harvest: Highland Springs Ranch. An autumn tradition.
SEVEN. 30-OCT. 31: Dark Harvest’s Haunted Corn Maze. If a haunted corn maze isn’t enough, there will be zombie paintball and a fear zone.
OCT. 23: Bizzyland Gardens Family Halloween Festival. With magician, spooky nursery tours, pumpkin carving, tarot readings and more.
OCT. 27: Halloween Carnival: Bagdouma Park. Including a costume contest, carnival games, inflatables and more.
OCT. 1-31: ‘Pumpkin Factory’ Patch – Halloween Rides & Petting Zoo. With games and food too.
OCT. 8-31: Coffin Creek – Halloween Haunted House. Five haunted attractions in one spooky location.
Thanks to OCT. 31: Haunted house “tent of terror”. Bring back special effects, spooky lighting, fog, loud noises, crazy characters, clowns and monsters.
OCT. 28-30: ‘Boo At The Bowl’ Halloween: Ramona Bowl Amphitheater. With candy track, bounce house, carnival games and more .———-
NOV. 6: Hoedown At Sundown ‘YMCA Advantage. Keep the fall mood – and for a good cause!
OCT. 30 : Halloween Carnival: Community Center. Inflatables, carnival games and more fun planned.
OCT. 28: Halloween Spooktacular & Chili Cook-Off. With games, contests & tasty chili.
LAKE ARROW HEAD:
OCT. 15-16: Bracken Fern Mansion Lockdown. Ouch – Keep us posted on what to do next!
SEVEN. 24-OCT. 31: ABC pumpkin patch and inflatables. With giant slides, inflatable houses, obstacle courses and more.
OCT.: Field Of Screams – Haunted Stadium. Canceled for 2021.
OCT. 1-31: Hallows Eve Haunted Penitentiary: Lancer Pointe. “What you fear most about a prison sentence will come to life.”
OCT. 15: Halloween Trunk-Or-Treat, Craft & Spooky Maze. The event is free.
OCT. 16: Mariachi & Dia De Los Muertos Fest & Fireworks: Storm Stadium. With award-winning performances and a grand finale of fireworks.
OCT. 29-31: Storm Halloween Festival. Canceled.
OCT. 15: Scary halloween. With crafts, games and costume contests.
OCT. 13-31: Haunted Hayride – Halloween: Greenspot Farms. “Let the terror on the farm begin!” “
OCT. 6, 13, 20, 27 and 31: “Hitchcocktober” Halloween Film Festival: Cal Oaks Playback Theaters. “Psycho” is planning Halloween night!
OCT. 30: Trunk-or-Treat & Halloween Movie in the Park. The event is free.
SEVEN. 25-OCT. 30 : Sleepy Hollow Legend: Riley’s Farm. Tickets are limited and go fast.
OCT. 25-30: Halloween Scavenger Hunt: Civic Center Park. Put on your costume and follow the spooky clues!
OCT. 31: Annual golf cart parade and Halloween entertainment. Community tradition falls on Halloween, with a pancake breakfast, car show, and children’s play area.
PALM TREE SPRINGS:
OCT. 30 : Halloween Kitchen and Auto Show: Air Museum. “A macabre feast.”
OCT. 31: Cinema Bizarro: the best of retro cartoon Halloween promotions. “Entrance includes milk and cereals (while stocks last).”
OCT. 31: Be a Hero for Kids Halloween Bash Boys and Girls Club: Hilton Palm Springs. Cocktails, costumes and culinary delights!
NOV. 6-14: ‘Day Out With Thomas’ Southern California Railway Museum. Back for the fall season! Reserve your seats if you are interested.
SEVEN. 24-OCT. 31: Live Oak Canyon Pumpkin and Corn Maze. With pumpkin pick-your-own, mini-farm, hay rides, train rides and more.
OCT. 31: Safe Trick Or Treat. Bring your little elves downtown!
OCT. 1-31: Halloween Haunt ‘Castle Dark’: Castle Park. What happens when an amusement park and family-friendly mini-golf course take a very dark turn …
OCT. 1-31: Haunted house ‘Mortuaire13’. The sun goes down and the nightmare begins. But there are dates and times for a less scary version for the younger ones.
OCT. 22-23: Ghost walk by the river. An annual event of the California Riverside Ballet.
NOV. 6: Annual Fall Elegance – Wine and Food Experience: Casino de Soboba. Supports local charities.
SEVEN. 25-OCT. 31: Peltzer Pumpkin Farm. The Pumpkin Patch operates all season long, with a special grand opening scheduled for September 25.
OCT. 1-31: The mansion of lost souls. Tormented souls, trapped in the walls, will cry out in this annual lair of the Promenade. Be brave!
OCT. 1-31: Haunted Labyrinths “Terror of Temecula”. New attraction with three labyrinths, as well as schedules adapted to families.
OCT. 2-31: Big Horse Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch. No Harvest Fest this year, but site open every day.
OCT. 29: Halloween Carnival: Old Town. Fun, games and costume contests.
OCT. 29: Free Halloween concert for young symphonists. Enjoy the spooky favorites and light pop music of Temecula Valley Youth Symphony.
OCT. 29-30: Halloween snack. Space is limited, so book early.
OCT. 30 : Peltzer Winery HalloWine costume party. For ages 21 and over.
NOV. 7: Autumn harvest festival: Portola wine route. An autumn event for adults!
NOV. 2: Dia de Los Muertos celebration. Families can decorate the tables of their loved ones.
OCT. 16: Craft beer festival rooted in nature. With food trucks, music, games and brasseries.
OCT. 30: Trunk-or-Treat: Marna O’Brien Park. Plans underway.