Address: 37°23'43.7"N 122°24'50.9"W (Off of Hwy 1 in Half Moon Bay) Parking: Free parking lot at the address above, Hours: 9AM-6PM, September - October Type: Walk & Pumpkin Picking Regulations: Dogs allowed on-leash Best time to visit: In the morning, as Hwy 1 can get backed up from the other pumpkin patches
Description: This is a great dog-friendly pumpkin patch open in September and October. It has plenty of parking and is a bit further down the highway, so there are less crowds. It has a huge selection of pumpkins and a lot of the pumpkins are still actually growing on the vine, unlike other stands. And the field is quite large and continues up the hill, so your dog can get a nice break to stretch its legs. When you enter you just grab a wheel barrow and pick out your pumpkins. The larger sizes most people use for carving range from $10-30, and examples of sizes and costs are displayed at the entrance. We picked out two very large pumpkins and it only cost us $30 during peak time. The weekend before halloween we scored two large pumpkins and two sugar pie pumpkins for $19. They also have a large assortment of ornamental gourds, plenty of types perfect for making pies and roasting. Staff is friendly and efficient so there isn't a huge wait to pay. Nearby is a small vegetable and fruit stand with reasonable prices. A small fenced in area near he parking lot has some farm animals on display (goats and chickens).
Clean porta potties are available in the parking lot. They have soap, pump sinks and hand sanitizer.