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The Hansen pumpkin patch in Elsinore Utah boasts the most beautiful and shapely pumpkins to be found in Southern Utah. Top it off with a hay ride and a train pulled by a tractor and your harvest visit is complete. Even though you may not be a local, you will be treated as one. It is what is known as Southern Utah hospitality. The Hansens know how to create the perfect pumpkin patch with the ambiance to match. It is certainly worth the drive to Elsinore which is located on I-70 just outside of Richfield.

Elsinore is not a booming metropolis . In fact, it is found in a cluster of small towns alongside Anabella, Joseph, Monroe, and Central Valley. These small communities create the very essence of Sevier County.

 

Other pumpkin patches in Southern Utah:

Judd Pumpkin Patch

A fun family outing to pick your own pumpkins for just  20 cents a pound at the Judd Pumpkin Patch. That is an adventure plus savings.

Open Monday -Saturday

Hayrides are available Monday and Friday night, also all day Saturday.

Call 477-9783 for more information and to schedule groups or hayrides

How Much:

20 cents per pound

Where:

Paragonah, 270 north 315 E

Staheli Farm

Sept 23 -Oct 31

The Staheli Farm Corn Maze offers families a chance to come and conquer the 20 acre challenge of a custom corn maze that changes its layout each year.The mystery maze will be revealed on their website as it gets closer to opening day. In addition to the maze their are several other “ag-ventures” like the hayrides the rope swing hay jump and more.

Admission includes the maze along with many of the other activities.

An amazing family outing with something for every age.

 

Visit their website for more info and to find out more about all their Fall activities:

http://www.stahelifamilyfarm.com

 

 

How Much:

Admission: 3 and older for $8

2 and under Free

Where:
3400 South Washington Fields Rd, Washington, Utah 84780 — 435.673.4096
Hours:
Open to the Public: Fall Season: September 23 – October 31 (Field of Screams ends October 31st) Monday – Thursday 5-9pm Friday 5-11pm Saturday Noon to 11pm And We’re Open for Fall Break: October 13-15 Thursday – Saturday Noon – 11pm Closed on Sunday.

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