Every fall we drive to our favourite Pumpkin Patch in the Lower Mainland. I mean, fall doesn’t really feel like fall without Pumpkin Spice Lattes or Pumpkin Patch visits, right?
Just 35 minutes from East Vancouver is the Laity Pumpkin Patch.
The 18-acre farm features a corn maze, farm animals, vegetable gardens, wooden animals and cute characters in frontier town and fairytale trails, tractor-wagon ride, and of course a beautiful and large patch where you can pick your own pumpkin.
They now also have a new location across the street from their original location. The “South” patch is designed to entertain children as they get older.
Admission is $6 per person (ages 2 and under are FREE), and pumpkins start at $2 up (based on size).
For hours of operation, directions and more details visit their website HERE; we highly recommend it if you are looking for a great pumpkin patch to visit this year.
Ps. Scroll down to the bottom of the post for a photo and a link to a post with photos from our Pumpkin Patch visit from 3 years ago. What a throwback, the boys were TINY!
And the post HERE has lots of photos from one of our past visits. From THREE years ago! So cute! Click on the picture below.
7 Comments on “Our Yearly Visit to the Laity Pumpkin Patch in Maple Ridge, BC”
What a fun looking day for you and the family! 🙂 Such a fun tradition to head to a pumpkin patch
wished we had a patch close to home; looks so inviting and fun for the whole family.
We haven’t visited a pumpkin patch as a family. I hope to find one as beautiful as this to make some fun fall memories.
Awesome patch, not sure if I have been to this one, but lots around vancouver I have been to
I’ve only been to a pumpkin patch once, it was so so cold but my grandkids still managed to have a really good time.
It’s always so much fun to take the kids to the pumpkin patch!
So much fun!! I’m excited for all the fall things this year.