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Solano’s pumpkin patches

By From page DIS42 | September 30, 2012

Halloween is coming and so are local pumpkin patches.

Solano County has a variety of settings in which to buy pumpkins. People can enjoy everything from a corn maze to a train ride while doing so.

Local pumpkin patches include:

Cool Pumpkin Patches: Offers a 45-acre corn maze, wagon rides and refreshments. Located at 8700 Sievers Road, Dixon. 530-304-0163; www.coolpatchpumpkins.com

Erickson’s Ranch: Offers pumpkins and produce. Located at 2482 Cordelia Road near Fairfield. 707-864-0557; www.ericksonranch.com

Larry’s Produce: Offers pumpkins, produce and a hay maze with slide. Located at 4606 Suisun Valley Road near Fairfield. 707-864-8068; www.larrysproduce.com

Silveyville Christmas Tree and Pumpkin Farm: Includes a gift shop. Located at 6208 Silveyville Road near Dixon. 707-678-2304; www.silveyvilletreefarm.com

Western Railway Museum: Runs “Pumpkin Festival” trains on weekends from Oct. 13-28. Located at 5848 Highway 12. 707-374-2978; www.wrm.org

Barry Eberling

Barry Eberling

Barry Eberling has been a reporter with the Daily Republic since 1987. He covers Solano County government, transportation, growth and the environment. He received his bachelors of art degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara and his masters degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley.
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