2017 Pumpkin Patches

  • Bates Nut Farm Sept. 23 - Oct. 31
    15954 Woods Valley Road, Valley Center
    Monday-Friday: 9AM-5PM, Saturday-Sunday: 8:30AM-6PM
    760.749.3333 | www.batesnutfarm.biz
  • Boomont Park Fall Festival & Haunt Oct. 1 - 31
    Belmont Park: 3146 Mission Boulevard, San Diego
    Friday-Sunday: 5-10PM
    858.228.9283 | www.belmontpark.com/BoomontPark
  • Carlsbad Pumpkin Patch Sept. 29 - Oct. 31
    Cannon Road and Interstate 5
    Friday-Sunday: 9AM-6PM
    760.603.9608 | www.carlsbadstrawberrycompany.com
  • Julian Mining Company Sept. 30 - Oct. 31
    4444 Hwy. 78, Wynola, Julian
    Friday: 11AM-5PM, Saturday-Sunday: 10AM-5PM
    951.313.0166 | www.julianminingcompany.com
  • Lavender Hill Pumpkins Sept. 29 - Oct. 31
    1509 East Mission Road, Fallbrook
    Friday: 2-5PM, Saturday-Sunday: 10AM-5PM, Oct. 30-31 2-5PM
    760.715.8495 | www.lavenderhillpumpkins.com
  • Mtn. Valley Ranch Pumpkin Patch Sept. 23 - Oct. 31
    842 Hwy 78, Ramona, 9AM-6PM
    760.788.8703 | www.mountainvalleyranch.com
  • Oma’s Pumpkin Patch Sept. 26 - Oct. 31
    14950 El Monte Road, Lakeside
    Tuesday-Saturday: 10AM-7PM
    619.390.2929 | www.omaspumpkinpatch.com
  • Pumpkin Express Oct. 14 - 29
    The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum: 750 Depot Street, Campo
    Saturday-Sunday: Departures at 10:30AM, 12:15PM & 2:30PM
    619.478.9937 | www.psrm.org/pumpkin
  • Pumpkin Station Locations
  • Ranch Bernardo Farm Oct. 1 - 31
    13421 Highland Valley Road, Escondido
    Monday-Thursday: 9AM-5PM, Friday-Sunday: 9AM-6PM
  • Bonita Pumpkin Farm Oct. 1 - 31
    5354 Sweetwater Road, Bonita
    Oct. 1-12: 9AM-6PM, Oct. 13-31: 9AM-8PM
  • Del Mar Station Sept. 29 - Oct. 29
    15555 Jimmy Durante Boulevard, Del Mar
    Sunday-Thursday: 9AM-7PM, Friday-Saturday: 9AM-9PM
  • Mission Valley Station Sept. 29 - Oct. 31
    1640 1/2 Camino Del Rio North, San Diego
    Monday-Thursday: 11AM-9PM, Friday-Sunday: 9AM-9PM
  • National City Station Sept. 29 - Oct. 31
    3030 Plaza Bonita Road, National City
    Monday-Thursday: 1-9PM, Friday-Sunday: 9AM-9PM
  • El Cajon Station Sept. 29 - Oct. 31
    415 Parkway Plaza, El Cajon
    Monday-Thursday: 1-9PM, Friday-Sunday: 9AM-9PM
    858.566.7466 | www.pumpkinstation.com
  • Summers Past Farms Oct. 4 - 29
    15602 Olde Hwy. 80, Flinn Springs
    Wednesday-Saturday: 9AM-5PM, Sunday: 10AM-10PM
    619.390.1523 | www.summerspastfarms.com
  • The Farm Stand West Sept. 30 - Oct. 31
    Farm Stand West: 2115 Miller Avenue, Escondido
    Fran’s Original Farm Stand: 1980 Summit Drive, Escondido 10AM-6PM
    760.738.9014 | www.thefarmstandwest.com
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October Calendar of Events

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  • La Mesa Oktoberfest   Sept. 29-Oct. 1
    The locally loved La Mesa Oktoberfest is going back to its roots to bring guests more entertainment, more vendors, more beer, and more “Prost!” (Cheers!) than ever before.
    Time/Place: La Mesa Village  
    Contact: www.lamesaoktoberfest.org
  • El Cajon Oktoberfest   Sept. 29-Oct. 8
    Enjoy authentic German food, German beers and liquors, our band the Guggenbach-Buam and traditional folk dancing.
    Time/Place: Fri, Sat & Sun / 1017 South Mollison Avenue  
    Contact: 619-442-6637 / www.germanclubsandiego.org
  • Art & Craft Show Old Town San Diego   Sept. 30-Oct. 1
    Colorful art, crafts and entertainment, delicious international food, tasty tequilas, and a craft beer and wine garden.
    Time/Place: Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 10am-6pm / Old Town San Diego
    Contact: www.oldtownartfestival.org
  • Adams Avenue Street Fair   Sept. 30-Oct. 1
    SoCal’s largest free two-day music festival held each year during the last weekend in Sept. in the community of Normal Heights.
    Time/Place: Sat 10am-10pm, Sun 10am-6pm / 34th and Adams Avenue
    Contact: 619-282-7329 / www.adamsavenuebusiness.com
  • Taste of Rancho Santa Fe   Oct. 1
    This festive wine and food festival features over 40 wineries, restaurants, breweries and more and raises much needed funds for 10 worthy nonprofit organizations.  
    Time/Place: 4-7pm / The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe  
    Contact: www.tasteofrsf.org
  • Encinitas Oktoberfest   Oct. 1
    Will feature music, Bavarian dancers, German food and drink, and a street craft faire featuring more than 200 vendors.
    Time/Place: 10am-6pm / Mountain Vista Drive and El Camino Real
    Contact: www.encinitasoktoberfest.com
  • Fashion Week San Diego   Oct. 4-8
    This year we are featuring 21 very talented and dynamic labels/brands on the catwalk in La Jolla.  
    Time/Place: See website for schedule.
    Contact: 858-270-9466 / www.fashionweeksd.com/2017designers
  • San Diego International Film Festival   Oct. 4-8
    World premieres, never before seen studio releases, the best in independent filmmaking and a full schedule of glamorous parties and intimate events with filmmakers.
    Time/Place: See website for schedule.  
    Contact: www.sdfilmfest.com
  • Beachfest Beer Cup   Oct. 6
    A Pacific Beachfest kickoff event including a beer competition featuring San Diego Craft Breweries showcasing their finest Lagers.
    Time/Place: 5-9pm / PB Shore Club: 4343 Ocean Blvd., San Diego
    Contact: www.beachfestbeercup.com
  • Ocean Beach Oktoberfest   Oct. 6-7
    A two-day, eclectic, beachside festival with a variety of exciting activities, contests and entertainment.
    Time/Place: Fri 12-6pm, Sat 9am-11pm / Foot of Ocean Beach Pier
    Contact: 619-224-4906 / www.oceanbeachsandiego.com
  • Polish Festival   Oct. 6-8
    A wonderful cultural celebration in Pacific Beach all about Polish culture, traditions and cuisine.
    Time/Place: St. Maximilian Kolbe Polish Roman Catholic Mission
    Contact: 858-272-7655 / www.polishmission.org
  • Raptor Ridge Half Marathon   Oct. 7
    An awesome trail racing experience on an out-n-back course that begins with 4.5 miles of flat and fast jeep road that winds east towards the San Diego Safari Park and Raptor Ridge.  
    Time/Place: 7am / San Dieguito River Park, Escondido
    Contact: www.dirtdevilracing.com
  • Grape Day Discovery Festival   Oct. 7
    Includes a wine and beer garden, entertainment that includes dance battles by local dance crews, music, a grape stomp and a pie-eating contest!
    Time/Place: 2-8pm / Grape Day Park, Escondido  
    Contact: www.visitescondido.com
  • Carlsbad Oktoberfest   Oct. 7
    The Carlsbad Rotary Oktoberfest, a fall tradition, will bring thousands of people to enjoy German food (and beer!), live music, and entertainment for children.
    Time/Place: 12-10pm / Holiday Park  
    Contact: www.rotaryoktoberfest.org
  • Pacific BeachFest   Oct. 7
    Includes a fish taco contest, surf competition, beach volley ball, craft beer, kids activities and music!
    Time/Place: 8am-7pm / Pacific Beach Boardwalk  
    Contact: 858-273-3303 / www.pacificbeachfest.org
  • Maker Faire San Diego   Oct. 7-8
    A celebration of technology, arts, crafts, science, many more projects and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset.
    Time/Place: 10am-6pm / Balboa Park  
    Contact: http://sandiego.makerfaire.com
  • La Jolla Art & Wine Festival   Oct. 7-8
    Works of 150+ artists, entertainment, a gourmet marketplace, the Family Art Center, and a wine and beer garden.
    Time/Place: Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-6pm / Girard Ave. and Prospect St.
    Contact: 858-228-6542 / www.ljawf.com
  • Taste of Mission Hills   Oct. 10
    Our chefs’ preparations will surely captivate your taste buds. Included in the price of each ticket is Old Town Trolley guest transportation to within steps of each participating venue.
    Time/Place: 5-9pm / Mission Hills, San Diego  
    Contact: www.missionhillsbid.com
  • Fleet Week San Diego   Oct. 11-17
    The mission of Fleet Week San Diego is to honor and celebrate the men and women of the military through public events that entertain and alliances that support and thank these heroes.
    Contact: www.fleetweeksandiego.org
  • Harvest Festival Art & Craft Show   Oct. 13-15
    Features hundreds of artisans exhibiting American handmade items, strolling entertainment, festival food and a Kidzone.
    Time/Place: Del Mar Fairgrounds  
    Contact: www.harvestfestival.com
  • Old Town’s Fall Festival   Oct. 14
    The museums and merchants will be richly decorated and will host family friendly games, activities and entertainment reminiscent of an old-fashioned harvest celebration.
    Time/Place: 12-4pm / Old Town San Diego  
    Contact: 619-297-3100 / www.parks.ca.gov/oldtownsandiego
  • Escondido Grand Avenue Festival   Oct. 15
    Live entertainment, over 400 vendors, children’s rides and activities, and food from around the world.
    Time/Place: 9am-5pm / Downtown Escondido
    Contact: 760-745-2125 / www.escondidochamber.org
  • Extreme Sailing Series   Oct. 19-22
    The free entry Harbor Island Race Village will provide front-row seats for the adrenaline-fueled action for the public, along with plenty of other entertainment throughout the day.  
    Time/Place: 10am-7pm / Point Loma Peninsula, Harbor Island
    Contact: www.sandiegoextremesailing.com
  • HauntFest on Main   Oct. 20
    An exciting family friendly event with a pumpkin patch, costume contest, kidz zone, rides, entertainment and more!
    Time/Place: 5-10pm / Main Street, El Cajon  
    Contact: www.hauntfest.org
  • Borrego Days Desert Festival   Oct. 20-22
    Art, entertainment, delicious food and drink, and so much more! Parade, Car Show and Off-Road Show.
    Time/Place: Christmas Circle Community Park, Borrego Springs  
    Contact: 760-767-5555 / www.borregodays.com
  • Bulls of St. Agata Charge Little Italy   Oct. 21
    Over 40 fine Italian bulls; the famous Lamborghini, and musical entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.
    Time/Place: 6-11pm / India St. & W Fir St.
    Contact: 619-233-3898 / www.littleitalysd.com
  • Bayside Brew & Spirits Festival   Oct. 21
    We’re bringing together the best of both sides of the border to create an afternoon of fun for the South Bay.
    Time/Place: 12-5pm / Pepper Park, National City
    Contact: www.baysidebrewfest.com
  • La Vista Memorial Park and Mortuary Dia de los Muertos   Oct. 21
    Programs of music, folk dancing, entertainment, food and hand crafted items.
    Time/Place: 2-10pm / 3191 Orange Street, National City   
    Contact: 619-475-7770 / www.lavistamemorialpark.com
  • San Diego Kids Expo & Fair   Oct. 21-22
    Part businesses and non-profits on display, part fun fair and part music and dance festival. And definitely all kids!
    Time/Place: 10am-5pm / Del Mar Fairgrounds
    Contact: 619-269-9441 / www.sandiegokidsexpo.com
  • San Diego Triathlon Challenge   Oct. 22
    Join 200 physically challenged athletes, 550 able-bodied athletes, celebrities, and sports legends as they compete.
    Time/Place: 6am-4pm / La Jolla Cove  
    Contact: www.challengedathletes.org
  • Giro di San Diego GranFondo   Oct. 22
    A celebration of cycling, food, and SD’s North Inland region.
    Time/Place: 5:30am-6pm / Kit Carson Park, Escondido
    Contact: 858-668-1739 / www.girodisandiego.com
  • Spooktacular 15k,10k/5k Run/Walk   Oct. 22
    For men, women, and children.
    Time/Place: 7-10am / Hospitality Point Park, San Diego  
    Contact: 619-491-0677 / www.spooktacular10k.com
  • Trick-or-Treat on India Street   Oct. 27
    Little Italy businesses along historic India Street open their doors to give out candy and Halloween treats.
    Time/Place: 5:30-7:30pm / Piazza Basilone and participating businesses
    Contact: 619-233-3898 / www.littleitalysd.com
  • Spooky Camp-O-Ween   Oct. 27-29
    Come join us for fun, spooky activities at the campground! Make your camping reservations today!
    Time/Place: Lake Jennings, Lakeside  
    Contact: www.lakejennings.org
  • Nightmare on Normal Street   Oct. 28
    Late night live entertainment, costume competitions with sassy judges, and two gigantic bars. This event is 21+.
    Time/Place: 6-11pm / Normal Street at University Avenue, San Diego
    Contact: 619-299-3330 / www.fabuloushillcrest.com
  • San Diego Monster Bash   Oct. 28
    Five themed stages to transport revelers into realms of fear and intrigue with stacked lineups of world class entertainment.
    Time/Place: 6pm-Midnight / Gaslamp Quarter
    Contact: www.sandiegomonsterbash.com
  • Balboa Park Halloween Family Day   Oct. 28
    Over two dozen participating museums and cultural attractions will present free craft projects for kids, costume parades and contests, and other spooky surprises.
    Time/Place: 11am-4pm / Balboa Park  
    Contact: 619-239-0512 / www.balboaparkconservancy.org
  • Encinitas Dia de los Muertos Celebration   Oct. 28
    Celebrate life with live performances, art-making workshops, a student art exhibit, artist demos, food trucks and more.
    Time/Place: 12-4pm / Encinitas Community Center 
    Contact: www.encinitasarts.org
  • The Boulevard Boo! Parade   Oct. 28
    Features a spellbinding parade with ghoulish floats, unique vintage cars, costumes characters, bands and more!
    Time/Place: 10am-Noon / El Cajon Boulevard
    Contact: 619-582-1093 / www.collegeareabid.com/boo
  • Carrera de los Muertos San Diego   Oct. 29
    Enjoy a festive and scenic 5k run along downtown’s San Diego Bay and stay to celebrate in Embarcadero Park South with mariachi, dancers and comida deliciosa!
    Time/Place: 6:45am / Embarcadero Park South  
    Contact: www.losmuertos5k.com
  • Once Upon a Hallowe’en   Oct. 29
    Celebrate Halloween by taking a ride into the past. Haunted house, scary stories, performances, and more.
    Time/Place: 5:30-8:30pm / Old Poway Park  
    Contact: www.poway.org
  • Oceanside Dia de los Muertos   Oct. 29
    The Mission will come alive with entertainment, carnival rides, altar displays and a classic car show!
    Time/Place: 10am-4pm / Mission San Luis Rey  
    Contact: 760-757-3651 / www.mslrdiadelosmuertos.com
  • Trick or Trot 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run   Oct. 29
    Promises spooktacular fun for the whole family. Prizes will be awarded for race winners as well as best costumes.
    Time/Place: 8-11:30am / Morley Field, San Diego  
    Contact: www.trickortrotsd.com
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