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The pumpkin patch is open for spooky season

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Aviesha Sibarani
The pumpkin patch off of Foothill Boulevard is currently open.

Creating the perfect start to fall and the upcoming holiday season, the Stu Miller Seasonal Adventures Pumpkin Patch on Foothill Blvd, in Rancho Cucamonga, is finally open from Sept. 29 to Oct. 31. The pumpkin patch consists of fun inflatables that kids can go on, petting zoos, various ride attractions, delicious food, and, of course, pumpkins!

They are open Monday to Thursday, 3 – 9 p.m., Friday 3 – 10 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. The pumpkin patch will close on Oct. 31 at 7 p.m.

Admission is free, along with the parking, but for the different activities, it varies on how many tickets you want to pay for. All attractions are between 1-4 tickets. The ticket prices are for $1.45 for 1 ticket, $28 for 20 tickets, and $52 for 40 tickets.

Need a pumpkin to carve or use for your own good? There are pumpkins there that come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, to one’s liking! Prices range from $11 – $36 for regular pumpkins and specialty pumpkins vary in price. Fall decorations are also available for purchase to decorate your home! These decorations include scarecrows, cornstalks, straw bales, and more.

Some foods they sell there are funnel cakes, cup of noodles, elote, and more.

Junior Xavier Pineda said, “the corn [and] the elote” was his favorite food to eat there. The cup of noodles are flavored with chile, and Pineda said, that although the food was expensive, it was his favorite part of the pumpkin patch.

Most students enjoy the rides there at the pumpkin patch. One of the attractions most enjoy would be the corn maze.

Junior Charley Allen describes the maze as, “where you go one way, then you go the wrong way, so you go around and find the right way.”

According to Allen, the bounce houses were what she was most excited about at the pumpkin patch, and she would recommend the mazes. Pineda said that he was most excited about the rides and one of the rides he went on was one where he “lays on his stomach and flies like Superman.”

Allen said the pumpkin patch is really fun and that everyone should go. Most enjoy going to the pumpkin patch with their friends and family and have an amazing time.

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Aviesha Sibarani, Staff Reporter

Aviesha Sibarani is a senior in Rancho Cucamonga High School, and this is her first year in journalism. Her favorite thing about journalism is meeting new people and learning more to get to know them better. Her favorite childhood tv show was the Backyardigans and her favorite artist is Frank Ocean. 

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