McCall’s Pumpkin Patch set to open Sept. 24
MORIARTY, N.M. — At a pumpkin patch just off of I-40, in Moriarty, things are quiet for now but they won’t be for long.
McCall’s Pumpkin Patch has their first day Sept. 24, which will feature all the classics. The corn maze, the pumpkin patch of course, a petting zoo and more may take up a good chunk of your day.
“At least plan for three-quarters of a day to a day full time here at the farm, there’s that much to do,” said Kevin McCall, the owner of McCall’s Pumpkin Patch. “There are some other new activities that you’ll just have to come out and see.”
One of the new activities is the train and a new maze design. With two years of COVID protocols in place now being lifted, it’s a return to more-normal, old-fashioned fun.
As Halloween approaches, McCall’s will have two haunted attractions, including the Haunted Farm. More information on hours, ticket prices, and other things to know is on the McCall’s Pumpkin Patch website.