Guide to Long Beach Pumpkin Patches

two kids carrying a pumpkin at a long beach pumpkin patch

Looking to pick out that perfect pumpkin this Halloween? You’re in luck! Long Beach is home to various different pumpkin patches from quaint to elaborate and fun. Kids will love the patches featuring games, tractor rides, and petting zoos. You can’t have Halloween without pumpkins, so check out our guide to the best pumpkin patches in Long Beach, CA and its surrounding areas. 


1. Pa’s Pumpkin Patch


No list of Long Beach Pumpkin patches is complete without mentioning the spectacular Pa’s Pumpkin Patch. There are plenty of pumpkins to choose from, but that’s just the beginning. The fun for all ages patch features carnival rides, animal attractions, games, and a BBQ. The space is also available for school groups, scout groups, birthday parties, and special events. See for yourself why this special local attraction is a cornerstone of the Long Beach community.


Dates: September 27 – October 31, 2019

Address: 6701 E. Pacific Coast Hwy., Long Beach 90803 

Hours: vary (check website)


2. Deluca Farm 

Located in nearby Hermosa Beach, Deluca Farm is a stalwart in the community offering annual pumpkin patches and Christmas tree lots. A smaller option compared to Pa’s Pumpkin Patch, Deluca Farm occupies a well-decorated lot with plenty of decorations as well as farm animals to keep the kids entertained. Visit this fun little patch for a family-owned pumpkin patch experience that will put you in the mood for Halloween. 


Dates: check their Yelp page

Address: 903 S Western Ave., San Pedro, CA, 90732

Hours: check their Yelp page


3. Mr. Jone’s Pumpkin Patch


Another family-owned patch near Long Beach is Mr. Jones Pumpkin Patch in nearby Torrance, CA. You’ll find all the classic pumpkin types like the Jack-be-Littles, Cinderellas, and the “Big Mac” pumpkins which can weigh up to 150 pounds! This long-standing pumpkin patch began in 1981 and had more than 1,000 pumpkins on opening day. Visit Mr. Jones for high quality pumpkins grown in the San Joaquin Valley, Manteca, and Oregon.


Dates: check their Yelp page 

Address: 3825 Pacific Coast Highway, Torrance, CA, 90505

Hours: check their Yelp page 


4. Whittier Pumpkin Patch 

A bit further, but still close enough for a day trip from Long Beach is the Whittier Pumpkin Patch Whittier, CA. Kids will love the Jumping Zone with a variety of different inflatables and a $13 price of admission. Following the Jumping Zone, head over to Tractor Town to see the newest addition to this family-friendly pumpkin patch. Furthermore, there are pony rides that cost $7 per child and provide the perfect Halloween photo opp. Finally, the included petting zoo allows you to feed cute baby goats and plenty of other animals. Visit Whittier Pumpkin Patch for a comprehensive October experience.


Dates: the entire month of October

Address: 11760 Whittier Boulevard, Whittier, CA, 90601

Hours: Monday-Friday (9 am – 9 pm)


Looking for convenient hotel accommodations in Long Beach this October? Hotel Current is conveniently located in central Long Beach just minutes away from all the action in downtown and every pumpkin patch in the area. If you’re looking for even more things to do in the LBC, check out our attractions page. Book your local stay with Hotel Current today!




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