Costa Mesa Pumpkin Patch – Holiday Fun – Part 1
Well, in case you haven’t noticed, the holiday are upon us. I saw Christmas decorations at Home Depot this weekend, and we haven’t even gotten to Halloween.
If you’re still wanting to focus on Halloween and are feeling the Halloween spirit, there’s a great Pumpkin Patch in Costa Mesa, located on the corner of Harbor and Mesa Verde Drive East just south of Adams. If you’ve driven by it in the last week or so, your kids may have pointed the pumpkin patch out to you, I know mine did – several times.
In addition to the ubiquitous pumpkins, there is a train ride along with bounce houses and inflated slides like the Titanic and King Kong. As if that’s not enough, the pumpkin patch also has a petting zoo, pony rides, and face painting.
The pumpkin patch is open from 11am to 9pm. The tickets are $1 each. The bounces houses and slides are 3 tickets, and the kids get to go through twice. The petting zoo is 4 tickets and includes food for the animals, and the pony ride is 7 tickets.
So, pack up the kids or just yourself, and head on over for some fun at the Costa Mesa pumpkin patch. Parking is conveniently located adjacent to the pumpkin patch.
Let me know how you enjoy the pumpkin patch. I’d love to hear about your experience.
Originally published at Costa Mesa Pumpkin Patch.