October means Halloween and Halloween means pumpkin patches full of pumpkins. Here’s a guide to the best pumpkin patches in Los Angeles, Orange County and the Inland Empire.
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Orange County is full of pumpkin patches complete with petting zoos, crafts, games, pony rides, hay bales, corn mazes, bounce houses, and yes… even pumpkins.
Take a tour to see how a working farm operates while tasting fresh produce at Tanaka Farms.
If you like having produce you know is fresh, but don’t have a farmers market near you, you can join a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program.
There isn’t anything much cuter than babies and pumpkins; mix the two together and you’ve got an explosive combination of the best photographs worth treasuring. Here’s a list of the best pumpkin patches to get snap happy in Orange County.
Here in Orange County, there’s a lot to do in the weeks before Halloween for adults, kids, and even the family pet. Here are our top picks of the festivities.
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