Julian, California has a pumpkin patch where you can pick flowers and fruits

You can also have a great time with the many activities they offer

One of the best times of the years to enjoy Julian, California is autumn. Though this area tends to be more popular during winter because it is covered in snow, in October and November there are fun and beautiful activities that you can enjoy.

For example, Julian Farm and Orchard is currently open and offers you a landscape with thousands of pumpkins and many friendly activities for the whole family such as a maze and an animal shelter.

"Enjoy a tractor-pulled hayride around the farm or have fun with axe throwing or our rock-climbing wall. We have face-painting, a crafts area and apple cider press demonstrations," they stated on an invitation on social media.

You can visit on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 AM to 4 PM, and they will be open until December. In fact, they announced that in December they will have an ice-skating rink. Information about this will be revealed once the date approaches.

In addition, you'll also be able to enjoy their U-Pick Wildflowers for $10 dollars or pick strawberries and blackberries for $7 dollars.

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Pumpkins, which are located all around the farm, will be on sale and their prices will depend on their size. This place is located in the Wynola neighborhood of Julian on Hwy 78/79 at 4381 Julian Highway, 3 miles west of Julian.

They accept cash and credit cards and general admission is $5 dollars. "Be sure to visit one of our many antique tractor photo-op spots while you are here with us!" they stated.

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