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2022 - Tanaka Farms Pumpkin Patch Opens in September 17 to October! (Wagon Rides, Pumpkin Patch..) #TanakaFarms (See Video)NEW

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2022 - Tanaka Farms Pumpkin Patch Opens in September 17 to October! (Wagon Rides, Pumpkin Patch..) #TanakaFarms (See Video)
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Date: Friday, 28 October, 2022       Time: All Day
Tanaka Farms
5380 3/4 University Dr.
Irvine, CA 92612


Phone: (949) 653-2100
Website: Visit Website

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Map of Tanaka Farms, 5380 3/4 University Dr.

Lot to do at Tanaka Farms for you and the family.  The Hana Field Pumpkin Patch is a completely unique experience! Pick your own pumpkin right off the vine! Kids will love the Cow Train! Kids and grown ups alike will love to wander through the Corn Maze, shoot the Pumpkin Cannon, and "Shoot the Root!"

Are Parking Passes Required?  Parking passes are $10 each. One parking pass required per vehicle. There is no parking allowed in surrounding neighborhoods or businesses. The time you select is the time you will ENTER the parking lot. Once parked, you can stay as long as you like.

Pumpkin Patch Dates
September 17 to October 31, 2022

Times (See Website)
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Holiday hours may be different

Book a Pumpkin Patch Field Trip Today!

Children (and Adults) Enjoy this Fun and Educational Fall Experience on a Real Working Farm!
The Tanaka Farms Pumpkin Patch Field Trip has been a favorite of children and teachers for over 20 years! Though we've grown larger, we still offer the same memorable experience year after year.

What is the Pumpkin Patch Field Trip (often referred to as the Pumpkin Patch Tour?) The pumpkin patch is technically not a tour in terms of it being the guided tour experience of our strawberry and melon season. This is a completely self-guided tour and you are given an itinerary of activities. The complete itinerary takes about 1 1/2 to 2 hours depending on group size. The package experience includes:

Wagon Ride: Once everyone has been checked in and stickers put on, the first stop is the Wagon Ride! The wagons run continuously every 10 minutes or so and take you around our 30-acre farm to see all the pumpkins and crops growing.

Barnyard Educational Exhibit: When the wagon returns, the next stop is the Barnyard Educational Exhibit! We have a mini cow, mini donkey, mini horse, sheep, goats, chickens, and a pig! Make sure to supervise all children to take good care of the animal friends. Hand sanitizing stations are available outside the Barnyard.

U-Pick Vegies: After gathering your group out of the Barnyard, head on over to the Vegetable Patch! A friendly Patch helper will pass out bags and tell you all about the vegetables and how to pick them. Each child can take home 4 of each kind of veggie - carrots, radishes, green onions, and cilantro.

Pumpkin Patch: Last stop but certainly not least is picking a pumpkin! Walk on over the pumpkin patch to choose which pumpkin to take home. Flat one, tall one, skinny one...bumpy one? Orange, white, green? IMPORTANT: Each child must carry his/her own pumpkin through the Check Out tent AND it must weigh no more than 20 pounds.

How to Schedule a Pumpkin Patch Field Trip (Sept to Oct 31) - Click
Click to schedule your reservation.  Book your reservation for weekend or during the week.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How many people do I need to make a group reservation?
A minimum of 15 paying guests.

What Are the Prices - Weekends (Friday at 12pm thru Sunday)
$22 (all persons 3 years and older)
$16 Chaperones (does not include veggies nor a pumpkin)*
FREE Toddlers (2 years and under, does not include veggies nor a pumpkin)
*A minimum of 15 persons must be purchased before Chaperone rate applies

What does the Pumpkin Patch Field Trip include?
Full price includes parking, entry, wagon ride, U-Pick Veggies, Barnyard Educational Exhibit, and a pick-your-own pumpkin. This self-paced tour will take approximately 1 ½ - 2 hours. (Pumpkin must be 20lb or less. And kids need to be able to carry out it on their own.) Separate parking reservations are not needed with a group reservation.

Confirmations and Add Ons
Updated headcounts must be provided no later than 48 hours prior to the Field Trip date. On the day of your reservation, we will not be able to accommodate last-minute additional guests to your group beyond the headcount provided in advance.

Parent Chaperone Policy
It is very important to remind all parents to arrive early. There is no guarantee that late arrivals will be able to ride the wagon with your group if it has already departed.

If they arrive on time but are not included in your updated headcount previously provided, they will not receive the discounted group rate. There is also no guarantee that they will be able to join your group on the wagon. Wagon rides are scheduled according to group sizes in advance. Thank you for your understanding!

A 20% DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF BOOKING.

   

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