Monday, October 24, 2011

Mabey's pumpkin patch trip in South Jordan, Utah

We found the coolest pumpkin patch in South Jordan, Utah...Why the coolest? You will have to read at the end of this post!!

It is open Monday through Saturdays,

from 10 am to 8 pm.

The address is

10090 South 1000 West, South Jordan, UT 84095.

First, it is pretty big...
You can see the kids at the end of the path...They were exploring for the best pumpkin!

Then, it is fun and beautiful. There is a tractor and an area with hay and lots of pumpkins to take pictures.

You also have the South Jordan Temple in the background.

They have wagons for your convenience.

And if you look around you will find the coolest pumpkins:
With warts
Lots of heirlooms

Mimi got a pink one.

This stripe one is pretty cool!

This one is huge!

They all got pumpkins and they were pretty happy!


Julie Harward said...

Nothing as fun as this..loved doing it with my family too. The kids are changing cute! ;D

Debby said...

Great pumpkin patch pictures. Your two oldest are really growing up. Little Fairy is still such a cutie.

Lynn said...

Oh that was a FUN surprise post. My sister lives RIGHT next to that pumpkin patch. So funny to see where you went. I've only been able to go down there twice to visit my sister, and it's never been at the right time for picking the pumpkins. Maybe someday. That looks like so much fun!

Life Happens said...

One of my favorite things about fall....the pumpkin patch! Great pictures of your kiddos.

Silvia C said...

Your kids are so beautiful, Frenchy. I haven't been to that pumpkin patch yet. We usually go to Hee-Haw in Pleasant Grove. I love this time of the year!

It's me said...

Your kids are such a sweeties!!...lovely day

kidsmom said...

Beautiful pictures. BTW, they have the best salt and pepper corn you have ever tasted.

Red Rose Alley said...

These pictures at the pumpkin patch are priceless. We still have fun at the pumpkin patch even though the kids are all grown. It's one of our favorite things to do. Happy Halloween to you.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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