Looking for a local pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayride, gourds and other
Halloween activities in Northern Idaho? Scroll down this page and you will see the
all of those in Northern Idaho, sorted by county. Some are
farms, where you take a hay ride out into the field, others are elaborate farm
stands with mountains of pumpkins and other activities and some are simple
roadside stands. Most have loads of pumpkins to choose from. To really make it
fun for your kids, look for those that have the extra activities, like a corn
maze, spook house, or hayride. There is usually a small fee for the mazes (of
course, the more elaborate mazes tend to charge more. Hayrides are often free.
Especially this year, due to Coronavirus, be
sure to click on the links (the blue, underlined name of the each festival) to
confirm this year's dates on the website for each festival. If they don't have a
website, call the phone number provided, but
ALWAYS CONFIRM THIS YEAR'S DATES AND TIMES BY EITHER VIEWING THEIR WEBSITE OR
And if you know of one I missed and want to add it or correct the
information, please let me know!
If you are looking for pumpkin weigh-offs and the US and world's largest pumpkins, see this page!
Want to do a fundraiser selling
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Finally, my boys are in Boy Scouts and raising money for their troop and
their trips and activities, so if you are looking for popcorn (many types), chocolate, coffee, k-cups or to donate to both the
Scouts and U.S. military troops,
click here and help the Boy Scouts!
Updates for September 2020
Most pumpkin patches and corn mazes usually open by mid September, some
earlier! You may also like a
local zombie event or Zombie Paintball!. The world's best
pumpkin pie recipe is here, and the
crust recipe is here! And we have
canning, preserving, drying and freezing directions. You can access many
pumpkin and other recipes and other resources from the drop down menus at the
top of the page or the site search.
Keep in mind, many farms, pumpkin patches, corn mazes and Haunted Houses are trying to cope with rapidly changing state COVID requirements: ALWAYS
see their own website, Facebook page or call them before you go.
NOTE: Many of the farms are dropping their websites and switching to Facebook pages - but they don't tell
anyone, including search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo or us, or redirect their website, thus breaking all links to them. If a link is broken
please click the "click here to report a broken link or blank page" so we can find the replacement link! Thanks!
After Halloween, find a Christmas tree at a
Christmas tree farm (and enjoy a bonfire, smore, hot chocolate and
free hayrides, and often Santa visits! And next Spring, you'll want to take your
children to a free Easter egg hunt -
see our companion website to find a local Easter Egg hunt. If you have any questions or suggestions,
feel free to write me!
Pumpkin Patch Listings, by county
Click on Resources above, if you need a county map
Creek Blueberry Farms - blueberries, raspberries and
PO Box 162,
Laclede Idaho 83841, Phone: 208-263-4114, Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Established in 1994, family owned and
operated with 4 acres of blueberries, raspberries and blackberries.
u-pick. While NOT certified organic, they practice sustainable
agriculture. Location: Laclede on Highway 2 between Sandpoint
and Priest River Idaho. On-farm sales and u-pick are encouraged
7 days a week during season. Saturdays in late July and August,
we will celebrate "Family Farm Days" with tours, pony
rides, u-pick specials, blueberry pie and more. A kids play and
picnic area are available at no charge. Bring the family.
Fresh berries are available during the following seasons.
Blueberries: mid July-early September
Raspberries: Late July
Blackberries: mid August
"Family Farm Days" are on Saturdays July 27th, August 3rd,
10th, 17th and 24th. Please call for current prices.
- Incredible Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch -
UPDATE for 2019, Their website and Facebook pages are
gone; Does anyone have current information, are they still
offering pick your own or are even open? If so,
please write me, My guess is they are
3402 N. Beck Road, Post Falls, ID 83854. Phone: 855-855-6293. Alternate Phone: 509-990-6088. Email:
- Prairie Home Farm - pumpkins for
sale in the shop or farmstand, pumpkin patch-pick in the field,
porta-potties, picnic area, farm animals, birthday parties,
7790 N. Atlas Rd, Couer D Alene , ID 83815.
Phone: 208-762-3289. Alternate Phone: 208-660-9340. Open: only
during the month of October on every Wednesday and Saturday, from
10;00 am to 5:00pm; Other dates and times in October available by
appointnent only. Directions: take the highway 95/sandpoint exit
north off of I-90 in coeur d alene. Go about 3 miles and turn
west on prairie avenue. Go about 2 miles thru 1 light and turn
south on atlas road (2nd light). We are three homes down on the
Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check.
heirloom and cooking pumpkins and squash, cornstalks and
strawbales also available for purchase. Food bags for 12
different farm animals to assist with tour available also for
purchase. Stories are told in the milking barn by the Spokane
Story Telling League one Saturday in October. Will need to call
- Promised Land Family Farm -
Follows organic practices,
pumpkins, Pick-your-own apples, pumpkin patch-pick in the field,
Turkeys (organic, not-hormone-fed), Honey from hives on the farm,
Cider mill (fresh apple cider made on the premises), prepicked
produce, pony rides, farm animals, school tours
Cougar Gulch Road, Coeur D Alene, ID 83814. Phone: 208-512-3305.
email@example.com. Directions: Contact us. Visits are by
appointment only. Crops are usually available in July, August,
September, October, November, December. Open: Farm visits are by
appointment only. Contact us for hours and seasonal
availability;. We follow organic practices, but are not seeking
certification. Payment: Cash, only. We mentor homestead,
heritage, and farm skills. You can milk a goat, collect fresh
eggs from the chickens, felt and spin wool from sheep, press
apples into cider, hand dip beeswax into candles, hike with a
llama through the forest and learn to identify trees, and much
more! What would you like to learn? We can even help you plant a
garden you can pick from in your own backyard.
Nez Perce County