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Diana’s Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze: Where Fall Lives

Tucked away in the quiet city of Cañon City is a Diana’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze. Whether you’re going on a date or spending some quality time with the family, this is a place worth checking out for some weekend fun. With your entrance fee of $6 for students, you can pick a pumpkin from their field and you get access to the maze.

With so much to see, I brought my camera along on my last journey out to Diana’s.

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This quaint, Canon City pumpkin patch is anything but ordinary. Photo credit: Selena Rodriguez
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  • This place has all the fall magic you might be looking for this October. Photo credit: Selena Rodriguez

  • This family based business all stemmed from a need to shield their nursery trees from a drought 14 years ago. Pumpkins seemed like a good barrier to guard their trees. When the community showed an interest in their pumpkins, they were happy to oblige. Photo credit: Selena Rodriguez

  • This was a wonderful place to spend some time with my family. I made so many memories from rummaging through the patch, on the hunt for the perfect pumpkins with my loved ones. Photo credit: Selena Rodriguez

  • The farm is also home to an abundance of furry friends, clinging to each other for warmth as the sun begins to go down. Photo credit: Selena Rodriguez

  • The corn maze came from an idea 11 years ago to provide a place for “family time.” They envisioned it to be a spot where families could convene and truly enjoy each other’s company. It has since emerged as an incredible drawn to the farm. Photo credit: Selena Rodriguez

  • Bring home a pumpkin or gourd unlike any other or take a moonlight stroll through the winding corn maze. Photo credit: Selena Rodriguez

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Not only does Diana’s provide your ol’ run of the mill jack-o-lantern pumpkins; they also have a wide array of specialty pumpkins, gourds, corn stalks and hay bales. Photo credit: Selena Rodriguez



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    CherityOct 18, 2016 at 4:00 pm

    I think that lady in your picture is smuggling a pumpkin under her Great pictures!