We have temporarily closed all Denver Botanic Gardens locations. Denver Botanic Gardens’ response to COVID-19

Enjoy a day of fall activities at Chatfield Farms. Ticket price includes access to the 10-acre pumpkin patch and family and children’s activities. Pumpkin prices vary by size; the average price is $8. It is recommended to bring a wagon to transport pumpkins. Free pumpkin daycare is available while you enjoy the rest of the festival.

Admission

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Discounted Corn Maze tickets can be added for an additional $8 per adult or child.

Festival includes:

  • Family and children’s activities
  • Local craft and artisan booths
  • Entertainment and live music
  • Food trucks and food vendors
  • Beer vendor

Admission includes these activities:

  • Entry to the pumpkin patch
  • Antique tractor exhibit by Front Range Antique Power Association
  • Tractor-pulled parking shuttles
  • Hayrides
  • Photo booths
  • Five carnival game tickets per child's paid admission
  • Mini-maze for kids 10 and younger
  • Jumping pillow for kids 54" tall and smaller
  • Bouncers, slides and obstacle courses
  • Express face painting

Additional costs include the Corn Maze right next door, pumpkin golf cart shuttles directly to your car, stunt jump, hamster balls and additional carnival game tickets.

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School Field Trips 

Pre-K through 5th grade please register by Thursday, Oct. 1. Here is more information and how to register.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer opportunities are available for individuals and groups for morning and afternoon shifts. Volunteer opportunities include pumpkin measurers, hayride attendants and more. Shifts are approximately five hours long. Volunteers will receive breakfast and/or lunch depending on their shift.

Email chatfieldvol@botanicgardens.org or call 720-865-4340 with any questions about volunteering.

Vendor Opportunities

Interested in becoming a vendor at this event? Here is the Pumpkin Festival vendor application.

FAQ

Is there parking at Pumpkin Festival?
There is plenty of free parking. The sheriff’s department will direct you to either the north or south parking lot/gate upon your arrival. Both gates provide access to the festival.

Is the festival ADA accessible?
Yes, but please keep in mind that the terrain is rough and may be uneven. Bring heavy­ duty strollers and/or wheelchairs. Accessible parking is available.

Are strollers or wheelchairs available?
We do not have strollers or wheelchairs on site at Pumpkin Festival.

Tell me more about pumpkin daycare.
Drop off your pumpkins at our pumpkin daycare, located near the exit of the pumpkin patch. Volunteers will take good care of your pumpkins while you enjoy the rest of the festival. Free tractor shuttles are available to the parking lot or pumpkin golf cart shuttles provide service directly to your car for $10.

What kind of food is available for purchase?
Vendors sell a variety of beverages and food including fresh squeezed lemonade, roasted corn, hamburgers, barbeque, sandwiches, funnel cake, ice cream and chocolate-covered fruit kabobs.

Can we bring our own food?
You may bring your own food and non-alcoholic beverages. Beverages must be factory sealed. There are picnic tables available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Why is there a daily limit on the number of people who can attend?
We’ve placed a limit on attendance each day to provide a better experience for guests by preventing extremely large crowds.

What forms of payment will be accepted at Pumpkin Festival?
Cash and credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express) are accepted at the entrance gates and at the pumpkin patch. Please note that some of the food and craft vendors are cash only. There will be ATMs onsite.

Are pets allowed at this event?
Pets are not permitted at this event. Service dogs/animals are allowed. Please do not leave animals in cars–you will be asked to take them home.