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Walter's Pumpkin Patch Where Fall Begins!

Walters' Pumpkin Patch has hours of entertainment for families of all ages. Our new O'Play Barn and Corral, Mountain Boo, the Corn Maze, Pedal Cars and Boats, Trike or Treat Track, the new Jumping Pillow, plus many other attractions will give your family a full day of fun at the farm. Our gift shops hold lots of fall decorating notions and ideas, squashes, pumpkins, gourds, wreaths....just to please the shopper in the family. And don't forget to try our exclusive products made right here at the pumpkin patch: our pumpkin patch salsa, pumpkin butter, cream of pumpkin soup, and pumpkin chili in our own pumpkin-shaped canning jar! It's an original, one of a kind item! At Walters' "WE HARVEST MEMORIES".

A Pavillion which seats up to 250 is available for weddings, reunions or corporate gatherings.

Located ten miles north of El Dorado on Highway 77 in Burns, Kansas.


Admission: General Admission $9.00 Mon-Fri/$12.00 Sat-Sun
Hours: Monday - Saturday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm Sunday 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Address: 10001 NW Highway 77
Phone: 316-320-4150
Our Email: info@walterspumpkinpatch.com
Our Website:www.walterspumpkinpatch.com

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