The pumpkin patch is open seven days a week now through October 30th. There are loads of photo ops and pumpkins galore. There are hay rides through the woods and story hours for the littles plus a petting zoo with sheep, llamas, pigs, and the cutest damn mini donkeys I’ve ever seen.
Entry is by reservation only so be sure to reserve your spot on the website ahead of time. This also helps with crowd control! You’ll want to plan on at least an hour and a half, easily more if you want to do a hayride or story.
There’s a cute hay bale maze on your way to the hayride. Everywhere you look, there’s another photo op to be had! It helps that Blase Family Farm is a gorgeous wooded area anyway so add some pumpkins and you’ve got the most magical backdrop. Even on the warm morning that we visited, there were quite literally leaves falling all around us.
There’s a little pumpkin patch of pie pumpkins and barrels full of mini pumpkins. Please note that there are no large pumpkins for sale at Blase. It’s more of a pumpkin patch experience so don’t count on getting your jack-o-lantern fix here.
Don’t leave without hitting up the gift shop. They make their own honey, jam, fudge, popsicles, soap, and more. I even got a pumpkin t-shirt because it was so cute and soft! Seasonal items include pumpkin popsicles, pumpkin fudge, and maple walnut fudge. I’m told that the fudge freezes quite well so you could even grab some for to enjoy on Thanksgiving!
If you’re looking for the most adorable pumpkin patch in town, be sure to visit Blase Family Farm. Don’t forget to tell them you heard about them on The Rose Table!
Happy pumpkin picking,