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Viola’s Pumpkin Patch in Flagstaff

Viola’s Pumpkin Patch in Flagstaff is a cute little spot and worth a stop!

Jana Tingom

Viola’s Pumpkin Patch in Flagstaff is a cute little spot and worth a stop!

Admission is $4/person (ages 3 and under are free), and there’s a mini hay bale maze to explore, a scavenger hunt, carnival style games (no prize, just play fun), and so many photo ops. There’s also pumpkins for sale, of all shapes and sizes and colors, and a spot to paint your pumpkin. The painting area was run by a lovely employee, who was very helpful with the kids.

We spent a couple hours here, and had a great time. The decor will definitely get you in the fall mood! The kids liked the hay bale maze and pumpkin painting the best. Another fun plus about this pumpkin patch is that the weather is actually cool, so it feels like a Midwest fall. You may also get rain like we did!

The scavenger hunt was not easy! We made it a family activity, and then the kids got a little gift at the front. Really, it was a group effort to try and find everything because the staff did a great job making you walk all around the patch and forced you to look closely at the displays.

You can see a short Instagram reel summary here:

Viola’s Pumpkin Patch in Flagstaff is open daily from 10am-6pm, now through October 31, 2022. They are located at 610 S, AZ-89A, Flagstaff, AZ 86005 . Parking can be tricky on weekends; you may have to park alongside the highway across the street if the lots are full. Port a potties are on-site, strollers are allowed, and there are snacks and merchandise available for purchase.

More info about Arizona pumpkin patchs can be found in our guide!

  • Jana Tingom

    Jana is a homeschooling mother of three children, and lives in Scottsdale with her husband, Chris. She enjoys traveling, reading and coffee. Follow @phoenixwithkids on Instagram for daily photos around Phoenix!

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