It’s great to see that a Northbay Halloween attraction is coming back!
The Petaluma Pumpkin Patch and Corn maze is back after heavy rains forced it to close early last year. The patch closed last year on October 24th when an atmospheric river dumped a record amount of rain, making the property look more like a lake. According to owner Jim Groverman, the only way to get around the property was by kayak.
Even better news: The rain last year makes this year’s corn maze thicker, and even more of a challenge.
This will be the 30th year the attraction has been in operation.