Autumn is the only season where pumpkins are judged by their personality as well as their performance in the swimsuit competition. Get to know fall's finest with today's Groupon to the Colorado Pumpkin Patch in Colorado Springs. The Pumpkin Patch is open September 23–October 29, Monday–Wednesday 9 a.m.–12 p.m. and Thursday–Saturday 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Choose between the following options:
For $9, you get an admission package for two (up to an $18 value), which includes:
- Two admissions (up to a $14 value)
- Two beverages (up to a $4 value)
For $18, you get an admission package for four (up to a $36 value), which includes:
- Four admissions (up to a $28 value)
- Four beverages (up to an $8 value)
Colorado Pumpkin Patch delights little ones and big ones alike with a series of fun, family-friendly attractions. One 40-foot-long and two 80-foot-long straw slides carry individuals through rites of inertial passage, and a hay pyramid and straw mazes provide opportunities to ponder geometric theories. Guests can get acquainted with the auditory and tactile glee of farm animals within a petting area, or take tractor rides before hopping into Snow Bunny Village. Ample picnic spaces set the stage for concessions and individually brought foods, and beverages such sodas and sports drinks cure thirsts brought on by pumpkins devoured or repetitively juggled in the pre-picked patch.
Colorado Pumpkin Patch
A maze's twists and turns are hard enough to navigate in broad daylight, but Colorado Pumpkin Patch ups the ante with its blindfolded golf-cart maze. While the blindfolded party sits behind the wheel, a partner rides shotgun to shout out directions around the course's tricky turns and obstacles.
Upon emerging from the maze, visitors can check out Colorado Pumpkin Patch's other family-friendly autumnal activities. They can pretend-steer a restored 1957 tractor, or hop aboard a modern tractor for a hayride around the grounds. While kids explore slides, pyramids, and mazes all constructed from straw, guests of all ages can pet live turkeys and alpacas, which are really just llamas in witness protection. And, of course, Colorado Pumpkin Patch showcases local gourds aplenty, which can be launched from catapults or taken home from a pre-picked patch.