October is here and now is the time to start thinking about everything pumpkin. If you want to get the full experience, you need to visit a pumpkin patch in Northern Colorado. Here is a comprehensive guide to the pumpkin patches in our area.

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Jack Lantern's - Fort Collins

Jack Lantern's offers a huge variety of pumpkins.

The Bartels Farm - Fort Collins

Pumpkins at The Bartels Farm start at just $1.

Not only does Something from the Farm offer pumpkins, but they also have a pumpkin trebuchet that you can use for $5 a throw.

Spooky's Pumpkin Patch - Fort Collins

Spooky's has many different styles of pumpkins that fit any budget.

Harvest Farm - Wellington

Harvest Farm is owned and operated by the Denver Rescue Mission. So when you buy a pumpkin, you know that money will be going to a good cause.

Facebook users say that Anderson's has a great selection and reasonable prices.

Tigges Farm - Greeley

Tigges currently does not have a website. However, I have been there before and really enjoyed the atmosphere that the pumpkin patch offers.

River Ranch Farms - Loveland

River Ranch Farms offers pumpkins that you can pick. Their pumpkin patch opens on Saturday, Oct. 5.

Hankins Farms - Johnstown

Hankins Farms offers pumpkins starting at $2 and going up to $15.

Osborn Farm - Loveland

Pumpkins are $0.40 per pound.

Pope Farms - Greeley

Pope Farms does not have much information on their site about pumpkins. They are a produce and garden center, so I am sure you will be able to find the perfect pumpkin.

This fun pumpkin patch is a great time for all in the family.

Miller Farms - Platteville

Miller Farms is a funky fun place to pick up a pumpkin. They have some pretty cool antiques on the property for you to check out while you are there.

Lots of pumpkins can be found at Rocky Mountain Pumpkin Ranch... Tons of them. They even have pumpkin carnival.