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The 6 Best Pumpkin Patches in Hawaii

Hawaii is known for its sunny beaches, big surfing waves, and as a tropical paradise to vacationers and locals alike. When you think of this great state, you probably see an image of yourself relaxing on a beach with a lai around your neck and a tropical drink in your hand.

A festive tropical island-themed pumpkin -- inspired by pumpkin patches in Hawaii.

I’m guessing the last thing on your mind when you think about Hawaii is pumpkins. However, pumpkins are actually quite popular on this tropical island, and there are several great pumpkin patches in Hawaii. In this article, we’ll look at some of the top ones and how to include them as part of your next visit to the Aloha state.

6 Best Pumpkin Patches in Hawaii

There aren’t a ton of Hawaii pumpkin patches. However, the patches that are located in Hawaii go all out and are some of the best in the country. These patches are some of the few places in Hawaii that feel like fall, and you can enjoy some of the same autumn pleasures as you would in the continental US.

Aloun Farms

Kapolei, Hawaii

We’ll start our Hawaii pumpkin patch journey with what’s arguably the best pumpkin patch in the state. Aloun Farms is located near the center of Oahu island and has over 3,000 acres of land. While a big chunk of the land is dedicated to a pumpkin patch, Aloun Farms is much more than just a pumpkin farm.

They employ 180 people and are one of the biggest pumpkin patches in Hawaii. They’re best known for their massive fall festival each year, where thousands of locals and tourists come from all around to get a taste of tropical fall. Aloun is responsible for producing nearly 40,000 pumpkins each year, which is nearly 90% of the state total.

Top Things to Do at Aloun Farms

In addition to checking out the biggest pumpkin patch in Hawaii, Aloun Farms has a lot more to offer.

  • Seasonal hayrides during the fall festival and at select times throughout the year.
  • Attend one of the educational tours hosted at Aloun Farms throughout the year.
  • Go for a walk through the sunflower field!
  • Attend a drive-in movie hosted by Aloun Farms.
  • Eat lunch or dinner at the restaurant located on-site.
  • Do all your produce shopping at the massive flea market-like store on the farm.
  • Aloun sells a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, including cabbage, green beans, zucchini, onions, and pumpkins.

Aloun Farms does a great job of involving themselves in the local community. They generate lots of jobs and income and are an excellent source of delicious and healthy produce. As such, it’s not only one of the biggest and best pumpkin patches in Hawaii. It’s also one of the most beloved and definitely worth a visit.

Waimanalo Country Farms

Waimanalo Beach, Hawaii

Waimanalo Country Farms is closer to Honolulu than any other pumpkin patch in Hawaii. While they’re not quite as big as Aloun Farms, they certainly give them a run for their money. Waimanalo has a variety of pumpkins that they grow and sell, including edible pumpkins and decorative ones.

Waimanalo has been around for over 70 years, making them one of the oldest working farms in Hawaii. Like Aloun Farms, they’re very involved with the local community and host many events and gatherings, including the Sunflower Event, Rustic Nights, and Nanala Picnics.

While this Hawaii pumpkin patch is the focal point of Waimanalo Country Farms, there’s much more to do at this location than just buying pumpkins.

The Sunflower Field

The sunflower field is right after the pumpkin patch and is a wonder to behold. Aside from the field at Aloun Farms, this is the only sunflower field in the state. It’s a very beautiful and relaxing place to drive through and explore. If you’re lucky, there might even be a worker nearby that you can ask for tips on growing your own sunflowers!

The Feeding Zoo

If you’ve never been to a farm before, the feeding and petting area is one of the coolest places to visit. You’ll see llamas, goats, and other farm animals and have the opportunity to feed them. While they won’t intentionally try to bite you, goats and llamas can get a little carried away when they’re eating, so be careful and help your kids out if they want to join in the feeding process.


Once again, if you didn’t grow up on a farm, it’s hard to describe just how good farm food is. Lucky for you, this is also something you’ll have the opportunity to partake of at Waimanalo Country Farms.

At the end of every tour, you’ll head back to the main farm for a chance to buy pumpkins and other produce. You’ll also have the chance to dig into some of the best lemonade and farm food in Hawaii.

Holy Nativity School, Great Pumpkin Festival

Honolulu, Hawaii

When you see Holy Nativity School, I’m guessing you don’t think of pumpkins. However, the Holy Nativity School of Oahu hosts an annual event known as the Great Pumpkin Festival. This event is hosted at Aloun Farms near the school and is open to the local community as well as tourists and anyone else who wants to partake.

The patch dedicated to this event at Aloun Farms is one of the largest in Honolulu and holds more than 2,500 pumpkins of all varieties. In addition to learning about and buying pumpkins, the event hosted by Holy Nativity School goes all out and includes:

  • Hayrides
  • Arts and crafts
  • A petting zoo
  • A flea market
  • Food trucks
  • Starbucks!

The annual Great Pumpkin Festival by Holy Nativity School is a must-see event if you happen to be in Oahu during the fall. It’s a feat of island magic to pull together this massive event that includes one of the biggest temporary pumpkin patches in Hawaii.

Kula Country Farms

Kula, Hawaii

Kula Country Farms is the only entry on this list of best pumpkin patches in Hawaii located on the central island of Maui. Because it’s the lone pumpkin patch on Maui and one of the biggest farms, it gets a ton of foot traffic and attention. On the weekends, Kula Country Farms hosts food trucks and vendors and has a massive outing.

If you go strictly to visit the pumpkin patch, you’ll have the chance to walk through the massive open area and pick out your own pumpkin. You’ll see more pumpkin diversity than at most of the other patches in Hawaii, but make sure to come in October, which is the only time the pumpkin patch is open.

In addition to the pumpkin patch, Kula Country Farms also offers:

  • A u-pick strawberry event.
  • A beautiful venue where you can host weddings, work outings, or group events.
  • One of the best farm and produce stand in the state.

While you might come to Kula Country Farms for the pumpkins, you’ll stay for the extensive food and products they offer. This extensive list includes sunflowers, squash, corn, onions, berries, fruits, veggies, jams, jellies, baked goods, and much more. While the pumpkin patch is only open in October, the Farm Stand is open year-round from Monday to Saturday.

Pa’Ani Ranch

Mountain View, Hawaii

Let’s move down south Hawaii Island, the largest island in the state and the namesake for which it was named. While Hawaii Island is big, it holds a single, solitary pumpkin patch – Pa’Ani Ranch. Technically, Pa’Ani Ranch is much more than a Hawaii pumpkin patch, as this is one of many things that the ranch is known for.

Pa’Ani Ranch is located in the Mountain View area near Hilo Town. It’s a working ranch comprising 225 acres of land dedicated to all things outdoor, farm, ranch, and adventure-related.

The pumpkin patch at Pa’Ani Ranch is only open for a few weeks in October during the Holoholoween event. This event will also feature a haunted drive-through tent, concession stands, animal experiences, and more.

In addition to the seasonal pumpkin patch, Pa’Ani Ranch also offers:

  • ATV tours and adventures
  • Guided horseback rides
  • Many other options for the ultimate outdoor adventure

Mari’s Garden

Mililani, Hawaii

Since the island of Oahu has the most pumpkin patches in Hawaii, it only seems fitting to end our list there. Mari’s Garden is probably the smallest farm and patch on this list, but it’s also one of the best. The pumpkin patch is actually a very small part of what Mari’s Garden is about, and it’s only open during the month of October and as supplies last.

Although small, the pumpkin patch is absolutely adorable, as is everything else at Mari’s. It’s a working farm, nursery, produce market and garden. They offer everything from pumpkins and seasonal gifts to fresh-grown produce and plants. Here are some of the main things that Mari’s offers.

  • Workshops and classes on how to grow certain plants and produce.
  • The perfect hosting spot for your private event.
  • A farm-fresh market that’s full of delicious fruits, veggies, and goods.
  • Special gift baskets and items for sale.
  • A wide variety of potted plants and flowers.

Wrapping Up the Best Pumpkin Patches in Hawaii

While it might not be what the island state is best known for, there are a number of great pumpkin patches in Hawaii. The three main ones, Aloun Farms, Kula Country Farms, and Waimanalo Country Farms, specialize in pumpkins, while the smaller ones incorporate patches into the grand scheme of things. No matter, you should definitely stop by for one of the events hosted by each of these awesome farms and pumpkin patches.

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