The annual pumpkin patch tradition is important to many 510 families and we honestly don’t know what to expect this year. Will our Bay Area pumpkin patches open? Some of them will, with modifications, and we just got word that Lemos Farm in Half Moon Bay is selling passes now in order to maintain social distancing spacing for families.
Why Families Love Lemos Farm
If your kid is old enough to like goats, ponies, trains, hayrides or bouncy houses, then you’ve found your spot! Worth the trip out there, it’s about 45 minutes from Berkeley.
What to know about Lemos Farm for 2020
There will be two different time slots to visit the Lemos Farm pumpkin patch: morning from 9 am to 1 pm and afternoon from 1 pm to 5 pm. The pumpkin patch begins on September 5, 2020. Purchase a ticket on Eventbrite. There is no extra fee for parking.
A Kid’s Gold Pass includes:
- Unlimited Pony Ride
- Train Ride
- Hay Ride
- Car Barn
- Petting Zoo
- Haunted House
- Barn Slide
- Hay Maze
- and entrance to the pumpkin farm
The Gold Pass goes for $22.50. Without pony rides, it costs $17.50 and adults are $7.50.
Guests must wear masks, though it’s optional for children under 9.
Can’t wait for pumpkin season?
Tickets are available. A kid’s pass includes access to Pony Rides, Train Rides, Hay Rides, Car Barn, Petting Zoo, Haunted House, and Play Town. For a few dollars less, guests can omit the pony ride.
About food at Lemos Farm
They have a snack bar area that serves food, and you can also pack your own lunch. They (usually) have picnic tables you can use to relax and enjoy your meal.