Top 5 Best Bay Area Covid-Friendly Pumpkin Patches in 2020

Updated: Feb 18



Wanting to still check out a pumpkin patch this year?! It's not too late!

Here are our Top 5 Best Bay Area Covid-Friendly Pumpkin Patches to check out this year! My family and I have personally been to all five of them (*CVPP is online only) and love them all for different reasons. You can't go wrong with visiting any of them! They are all within a 30 minute drive of Concord (without traffic). Our most helpful tip is to go early to beat the crowd, heat, and for easy parking!

  1. 1. Shadelands Pumpkin Patch in Walnut Creek



We love how close their location is to Concord, their variety of pumpkin options

and looking at the animals in their little petting zoo!

2. G & S Farms in Brentwood



We love G&S Farms for so many reasons! First, the family who owns it are some of the kindest people you will ever meet! This season was our first time visiting and they went over above and beyond to accommodate us and help us with everything!

We loved picking pumpkins in their patch so much we visited twice this year! Also, my son LOVED sitting on their tractor and pretending he was driving it (He wants to be a Tractor-Driver when he grows up)! They also have upgraded Pumpkin Cannons, which is fun for everyone of all ages!

3. Smith Family Farm in Brentwood



We loved visiting them because they have everything! From live music, picking pumpkins, feeding animals...the list goes on!

Plan on going early and making a full day of the visit!


4. Three Nunns Farm in Brentwood


We love the warm feeling you get right when you walk up to Three Nunns Farm! You are personally greeted with a smile and are in for a treat! My son loved going on the Tractor Drive to the Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze so much that we went on it twice! The drive was incredibly patient and amazing with him as well. They also did an excellent job with cleaning each time between guest's rides! You are in for a treat when visiting Three Nunns Farm and before you leave you pick up one of their Homemade Pumpkin Candles!

5. Clayton Valley Pumpkin Patch in Clayton (*Online Only)


This year Clayton Valley Pumpkin Patch was closed to the public for in person visits. However, they offer a Fall-O-Ween Calendar of many fun things to do for every day this month, an online store to shop, and tons of Facebook & Instagram contests to check out and be a part of!


Rebecca Loboschefsky Concord Realtor is a top real estate agent serving Concord, Clayton, Walnut Creek, Pittsburg, Alamo, Danville, Pleasant Hill, Antioch, and the surrounding San Francisco East Bay communities.

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