Our Hometown Tourists Visit a Pumpkin Patch

Every year at the end of September, I watch for the giant metal pumpkin to appear at the corner of Jackson Road and South Watt Avenue to let me know that Roemer Pumpkin Patch will open soon.  Aside from the fact that it’s not far out of town, I especially like that Roemer grows so many different varieties of pumpkins. 

This year, Cindy, Jackie, Carol and I visited Roemer Pumpkin Patch as Hometown Tourists.  We thoroughly enjoyed the hay wagon ride out to the pumpkin patch and our ramblings through the corn maze.  Take a look at our photos to get an idea of the fun activities that await you at Roemer Pumpkin Patch.  It’s great family fun for kids and adults as well.

Here is some more information about Roemer Pumpkin Patch:

Hours 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. Tuesday – Friday, Weekends 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
6851 Hedge Ave., southeast Sacramento County, east of Elk Grove-Florin / South Watt, between Florin and Elder Creek Roads.  phone. 916-381-4331

Admission and Parking are Free

Bring money for:
Corn Maze $5.00
Pumpkins, gourds, corn stalk bundles, etc. for sale
Weekends:  snack bar – kettle corn, soft drinks, bottled water

Free attractions include:

Hayride to you-pick pumpkin patch
Mini hay maze
Climbing hay stack
Spooky photo ops
Shade structure picnic area

Before our visit to Roemer, we enjoyed a relaxed and delicious lunch at Plates restaurant, 14 Business Park Way, off Fruitridge Road just east of Power Inn Road. Hours 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday – Friday

By Janet Lewis

Check out more Sacramento pumpkin patches here.