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Cal Poly Pomona Pumpkin Festival

 
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Fun for the Whole Family
Organization Type
Charity / NOT For Profit
Listing Categories
Pumpkin Patches, Halloween Festivals & Parades, Mazes / Corn Mazes (Kid Friendly), Other Events
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Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Covered Wait Area, Free Parking
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The Pumpkin Festival is a two-day event held every October at the AGRIscapes Agricultural Outreach Center at Cal Poly Pomona.

Every fall for more than 20 years, thousands of people have come to the festival and picked pumpkins out of our patch. The event also features a four-acre corn maze specially grown for the occasion, a petting zoo for the kids, and horse rides. Visitors can play games at student-run booths, listen to live music, taste fresh-squeezed orange juice at the Farm Store or sample delicious treats for sale.

For the first time, it will have an Ag Discovery Lane with exhibits, displays and demonstrations, and includes a Children's Activity Zone with fun stuff like squash tunnels and a hay pyramid.

Pumpkin Patch:
Our Pumpkin Patch is known as one of the largest in California. Over 40,000 Cal Poly grown pumpkins fill the huge patch.
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Hours of Operation: Pumpkin Patch:
Wednesday - Friday 3pm-8pm
Saturday - Sunday 10am-8pm

Corn Maze:
Friday 3pm-6pm
Saturday - Sunday 10am-6pm.

Night Maze:
Friday & Saturday Nights 6:30pm-8pm beginning October 8

Hay Wagon:
Friday 3pm-6pm
Saturday - Sunday 10am-6pm.

Admission Costs: Adult: $5
Child: 3 – 12 Years Old: $4
Under 3: Free (With Paid Adult Admission)
CPP Staff / Faculty / Students: $4 (With Bronco ID at Gate)
Seniors over 65 / Military: $4

Friday Admission & Attraction Bundle:
Adult: $16
Child: 3 – 12 Years Old: $15
Under 3: Free (With Paid Adult Admission)
CPP Staff / Faculty / Students: $15 (With Bronco ID at Gate)
Seniors over 65 / Military: $15

Friday Fright Special: $9

Saturdays & Sundays:
Adult: $8
Child: 3 – 12 Years Old: $6
Under 3: Free (With Paid Adult Admission)
CPP Staff / Faculty / Students: $6 (With Bronco ID at Gate)
Seniors over 65 / Military: $6

Saturdays & Sundays Admission & Attraction Bundle:
Adult: $22
Child: 3 – 12 Years Old: $20
Under 3: Free (With Paid Adult Admission)
CPP Staff / Faculty / Students: $20 (With Bronco ID at Gate)
Seniors over 65 / Military: $20

Saturday Scary Special: $11 (after 5 pm and night maze)

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Payments Accepted: Cash, Credit Cards, Debit Cards

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