Harvest

Fall brings a bounty of food and fun in Petaluma

Our agricultural pride is on full display as Petaluma celebrates the harvest season. The Farmers' Market in Walnut Park happens every Saturday 2:00 to 5:30 pm until Thanksgiving and the Eastside Farmers Market is year-round every Tuesday, 10 to 1:30 pm. Chefs and locals love shopping for produce picked that morning and sold by the grower. You'll find some of the best tomatoes you've ever tasted.

Start a family tradition of picking your own pumpkin for carving the perfect jack-o-lantern at one of Petaluma's many pumpkin patches. Some of them feature amazing corn mazes that practically require a GPS to find your way out. Teenagers love it.

And for the little superheros, ballerinas, witches and ghouls that can't wait for Halloween to come, plan on bringing the family to one of the safe trick-or-treating events offered at many of Petaluma's shopping centers. Visit our Event Calendar for a complete listing of upcoming events!

Harvest
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
199 Petaluma Blvd. North • (707) 773-1336

More than 1,200 varieties of heirloom seeds, plus tools, books and gift items. Closed Saturdays.

First Light Farm and Pumpkin Patch
First Light Farm and Pumpkin Patch
4588 Bodega Ave. •

A traditional U-pick pumpkin patch and corn maze. This is one of the only certified organic pumpkin patches in Northern California.

McClelland's Dairy and Pumpkin Patch
McClelland's Dairy and Pumpkin Patch
6475 Bodega Ave. • (707) 664-0452

Pick your pumpkins along with a variety of gourds, ornamental corn, and a U-Pick edible squash section plus Hay Maze, watch cows being milked, play in a seed sand box, race peddle tractors, play on tire swings, hay rides, bounce house, haunted house, obstacle course, super slide, and an observation deck that looks over the pumpkin patch & farm! Saturdays & Sundays in October 10am to 6pm.

Petaluma Pumpkin Patch
Petaluma Pumpkin Patch
450 Stony Point Rd. • (707) 781-3132

Features a 4-acre corn maze, petting zoo, straw mountain made from 500 hay bales, and pumpkins and squash grown by Farmer Jim, a fourth generation Petaluma farmer.

Tara Firma Farms
Tara Firma Farms
3796 I St. Ext. • (707) 765-1202

Free tours are available every Saturday and Sunday at 10am, noon and 2pm. Learn about their all natural and environmentally friendly farming practices. This 300-acre farm hosts private events with live music & organic farm-fresh catering.

Tolay Lake Regional Park
Tolay Lake Regional Park
5869 Cannon Lane • 707-789-9644

Join park staff on a four hour guided hike at Tolay Lake Regional Park at 9:00 on Saturdays. Call (707) 789-9644 after 7:00 am the day of hike to confirm. Parking fee is $6 per car, or free with Annual Park Pass.