Visitors to Laity Pumpkin Patch in Maple Ridge have several acres of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes to choose from.
Laity Pumpkin Patch in Pitt Meadows, British Columbia is one of the region's biggest pumpkin farms. Open only in October for pumpkins (and offers plants in spring), the farm is filled with interesting sights and sounds. The pumpkin patch involves several themes throughout it ranging from Disney to Fairytales and popular interests. The forest has dozens of children's character cut outs throughout it as well as a small town, dinosaurs, spiders and fairytale stories.
Visitors first step through the corn fence and into the children's area filled with dozens of wooden animals where children can pretend to milk cows, gather eggs and ride miniature farm equipment. There are two barns to explore - the smaller of the two has a few of animals in stalls such as cows, a horse, a donkey, goats and rabbits. Out the other end, large white tepees dominate the field with a few other animals in pens beside. The forest and pumpkin patch is visible but further along, there is a small corn maze and gold panning.
The Pumpkin Patch located in the 'L' shaped field behind the forest offers the choice of dozens of pumpkins of varying size. Wheelbarrows are available usually in the parking lot and it is advisable to take one if you are planning to spend some time at the farm or pick many pumpkins. The prices vary by size. There are also smaller pumpkins and various gourds located at the exit to pick from.
The last barn offer drinks and snacks in the first room and the second, a variety of animals such as turkeys, rabbits, chickens, sheep, goats and birds. Laity Pumpkin Patch is a great place to visit in the spring and fall to find the perfect pumpkin as well as enjoy the different activities found throughout the farm.
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