Fun at the Pumpkin Festival
September 30, 2018
Residents of The Palmer Englewood get pretty excited once the fall rolls around. Young children, teenagers, and adults all look forward to the exhilarating Pumpkin Festival being held in Littleton, CO each year. It’s one of those special events that people from Denver and the surrounding area just can’t seem to get enough of.
You’ve spent the entire summer having fun in the sun and it truly was a blast. But the fall weather is certainly on the horizon and football season is in full swing. Go Broncos! It’s during this time of year that we have a chance to slow down, unwind, and appreciate the change in seasons.
A great way to enjoy the impending fall is to visit the Pumpkin Festival with family and friends. It’s going to be an exciting event for the ages and your kids, friends, and neighbors are definitely going to have a great time.
So, it’s time to get out of the house and into the pumpkin patch. You do not want to miss the beautiful fall weather and the thrilling activities taking place at Chatfield Farms, which is the location of the Pumpkin Festival in Littleton.
Stick around to learn more about the most sensational and entertaining fall event in the Denver area. We’re excited to tell you all about it.
Important Information about the Pumpkin Festival in Littleton, CO
Your entire family has a unique opportunity on the horizon. They have a chance to celebrate the fall by visiting the wonderful Pumpkin Festival in October. This is a major tradition that Colorado families from far and wide seem to truly enjoy.
The event is three days long and begins on Friday, October 12 at 9 AM and ends at 5 PM. Their doors are also open on Saturday, October 13 from 9 AM to 5 PM and again on Sunday, October 14 from 9 AM to 5 PM. Basically, you can enjoy the festival for three days for a period of 24 hours within those three days.
As mentioned previously, the pleasurable and rousing activities are going to be held at Chatfield Farms. The address to the farm is 8500 W. Deer Creek Canyon Rd., Littleton, CO 80128.
So if you’re in the area or you have nothing else to do and you feel like going for a drive, we highly recommend checking out this wonderful festival. You can even enter the contest to see if your pumpkin is good enough to win big.
Pricing and Other Info regarding the Pumpkin Festival in Littleton, CO
As far as pricing is concerned, there are two different price structures that all potential festivalgoers need to know about. There is the advanced pricing structure and the pricing you’ll have to pay if you buy tickets at the door – and there’s no guarantee that these tickets will be available.
When buying tickets in advance, adults will have to pay eight dollars per ticket, students, seniors 65 years of age and older and military personnel must pay seven dollars per ticket. Adult members pay six dollars per ticket. Children between the ages of three and 12 pay six dollars per ticket. Member children between the ages of three and 12 pay four dollars per ticket. And children two years of age or younger are allowed entrance into the festival for free. Remember, this pricing structure holds up only if you buy tickets in advance.
For those who wait until the last minute and decide to buy their tickets at the door when available, the prices are going to be different and more expensive. So be prepared to spend a couple of extra bucks if you do decide to purchase your tickets at the door.
For adults buying tickets at the door, you will have to pay $10. Military personnel or former military, senior citizens 65 years or older, and students must pay nine dollars per ticket at the door. An adult member is only required to pay eight dollars per ticket. Children between the ages of three and 12 must pay eight dollars per ticket. Member children between the ages of three and 12 will only have to pay six dollars per ticket. And children under the age of two or younger still get in for free in every situation.
They also sell discounted corn maze tickets as well. These tickets can be added if you buy them in advance and they only cost eight dollars for children or adults.
What Kind of Exciting Activities Can I Expect to Participate in during the Festival?
The activities at the Pumpkin Festival in Littleton always seem to be a whole lot of fun for children and adults. But in particular, the children seem to have a blast at this spectacular event since there are so many wonderful things for kids to do while here.
After you purchase your ticket, you have the chance to enter into the pumpkin patch, visit the antique tractor exhibit, take the tractor pull parking shuttles to and from the venue, go for horse-drawn hayrides and pony rides for children and adults, and many more exciting things that we’ll tell you about below.
They also have photo booths, carnival games, barrel train rides for kids 12 years old and younger, a mini maze for children 10 years old and younger, slides, obstacle courses, bounce houses, jumping pillows, and they also have express face painting as well.
Lastly, they even have an Xtreme Obstacle Course to boot. So there’s definitely something for everyone at this awesome three day festival.
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