Pumpkin Paradise, LLC
620-668-5680
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About Pumpkin Paradise, LLC
Pumpkin Paradise, LLC began in 2002 when the Steve Weidner family decided to expand Steve's pumpkin-growing hobby into a pick-your-own pumpkin patch and corn maze open to the public. The patch has grown from a half-acre pumpkin patch and a half-acre maze in 2002 to 12 acres of pumpkins and produce and a 4-acre maze in 2016. Steve, who is also a fourth-generation full time farmer, is always enthusiastic (some say obsessive!) about any project he undertakes. He spends most of the year researching pumpkin varieties and ordering every type of seed he can find, so that now he plants over 200 varieties of pumpkins, gourds, and squash each year! Steve designs the maze himself and puts it in by hand. He tries to add a new attraction every year, because we aren't just selling pumpkins - we're selling fun! 
We hope you will enjoy your experience at Pumpkin Paradise!
Steve and Janet Weidner

Open from the last Saturday in September through Halloween. In 2016 we will be open from Saturday, September 24, through Sunday, October 30.

Hours:  Saturdays and Sundays, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
            Closed weekdays. 
            We take weekday appointments for school field trips, birthday parties, reunions, and    
​            other large groups as we are able to fit them into our schedule. Call us at 620-668-5680.

Located northeast of Sublette, KS on Haskell County Road 100 between County Roads RR and SS. Our physical address is not entered in Google maps, so GPS will send you all over the county, but not anywhere near us. Use the directions below.
Directions:
9 miles north of Sublette (25 miles south of Garden City) on US Highway 83, then 5-1/2 miles east on Road 100. 

From Dodge City: West on US Hwy 56 to 7 miles west of Montezuma, then 12 miles west on KS Hwy 144, then 3 miles north on Haskell County Road RR, then 1/2 mile east on Road 100. (Look for the signs directing you to Pumpkin Paradise at the turnoffs in Haskell County.)

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