501 S Manthey Rd
Lathrop, California 95330
Phone: (209) 982-0833
Dell’Osso Family Farms was founded in Lathrop in the 1920’s by three brothers from Italy who started farming asparagus and the rest is history! Now a major attraction in agri-tourism, Dell’Osso Family Farms is only open during their 3 special events which include their annual Pumpkin Maze (October), Holidays on the Farm (December-January), and Mud Run on the Farm (May).
The Dell'Osso Family Farm Pumpkin Maze is held annual in October and is one of the most popular Halloween season destinations in the nation, with close to 250,000 people visitors each year! The Pumpkin Maze is truly a delight for Halloween and Fall lovers. Attractions include a corn maze that changes in size and design each year, Haunted House, Pumpkin Blaster (blast mini pumpkins at targets through air-powered cannons!), hay rides, zip-lines, obstacle course, pumpkin patch, speedway, county store, and much more. Take a train ride around the property and see agriculture while you learn about apricots, peaches, plums, almonds, cumquats, pomegranates, mandarin oranges, lemons, limes, apples, olives, grapes & cherries. See the official Dell’Osso Family Farms Pumpkin Maze website for more information including dates and admission prices.
Holidays on the Farm at Dell'Osso takes place every December through January...and the weather report calls for snow! Come on out to tube down the snow tube mountain, zip-line, ice-skate, drive through light show attraction features 240 different lighted displays and an amazing 200 foot long light tunnel, and visit Santa's village! Santa Claus will be staying at the farm and all kids, young and old, are invited to pick their favorite tree and make a wreath or ornament. See the official Dell’Osso Family Farms Holidays on the Farm website for more information including dates and admission prices.
Mud Run on the Farm takes places every May. Mudders will face a dirty, messy 5K run and obstacle course complete with lots of mud. Once you complete the challenge, mudders enjoy a party complete with a beer garden. See the official Dell’Osso Family Farms Mun Run on the Farm website for more information including dates and admission prices.
Great experience here! So much more here than we expect and highly enjoyed ourselves. They have a bunch of animal you can pet and pumpkins are all spread out for you to check out. They offer hot food as well as nasty snacks and delicious sweets. We came here for pumpkins and left with so much more.
Super fun place to take the kids. We enjoyed petting the farm animals, watching the pirate's show, the amazing pig race, the hauted house and the large corn maze. The kids had a blast and are looking forward to it next year.
We just had the best time here! My husband and kids did the tubing experience, I lost count after they had already made it down 9+ times! Great for our 1.5hr time slot, I was so nervous after seeing other reviews. The staff was so friendly and seemed to be having a great time. The food was good and their “holiday hot chocolate” was literally the best hotchocolate I’ve ever had. My kids had an absolute blast. I loved how spread out everything was, I didn’t feel like we were packed like sardines moving around everywhere. My kids loved playing in the snow pile and ice skating! our whole family had an amazing time.
Dell’Osso family farm was a lot of fun. We were able to do all of the activities and look and all the neat fruit trees and olive trees. The hinted house was not to scary but just scary enough. We really enjoyed the pig racing and the magic shows. Everyone was so friendly . Will definitely go back again
Don’t miss the pig races!!! Wonderful animals! Awesome side events! Not all that much to do around Halloween.. super awesome staff!
Amazing family fun. Check out everything they do every year in the month of October. The corn maze is always interesting fun and easy to get lost in. In December they normally do ice skating. Reasonable prices excellent entertainment never have to pay for parking. More like a little mini theme park.
Definitely worth the $17 per person on the weekend. the corn maze was so much fun and loved finding the clues with the kids. the haunted castle they thought was good but don't recommend it for people that aren't into being scared. the rat race was so much fun but the kids did get a few rug burns so perhaps long sleeve if its not too warm out. the earlier the better for parking. the blasters were fun it was $20 for 3 buckets of apples (10-12 in each bucket i would estimate) well worth the trip.
Our kids love this place during the fall. Entry fee allows you to do most things, while pony rides and pumpkin blasters are extra. Good selection of food, and plenty of pumpkins to choose from when you're done with the fun. Worth at least one visit every year.
Its finally a flat fee. Its not Disneyland, so please have realistic expectation and the festivities are focused on traditional farmland pumpkin patches. Its got plenty of photo ops and cute activities for the kids. My teenagers enjoyed the maze while the little ones just enjoyed running everywhere. There are lots of lines and it gets crowded so be patient.
My family and I went twice this year. Lots of family fun to have. Weekends are very busy! Through the week it was also pretty packed but not as bad. Only complaint is that the funnel cakes take up to 30 minutes or more to get. Maybe they need another station for them. Usually a line for everything but worth the wait. The kids loves to play on all the equipment.
Great spot for the whole family and a nice change up from our usual spot near Half Moon Bay. Definitely get there early on the weekends as it gets packed as the day goes on. Apple Blaster is a blast and worth the extra few dollars. The giant "pillow" trampoline was great. Corn maze and the hamster wheel was a party too. Things that weren't great... the inefficiency of the bakery. It took about 30 minutes to get items that were already made. Either they were understaffed this weekend or they need to change up their routine. The haunted house. The haunted house is cool.. except for this man wearing a clown mask and chasing after small kids and harassing groups of girls. We passed a group that reported this guy to security as they were singled out and followed. The train ride - took over an hour to get on the train. I suggest you do this first thing if you're really into it.
Went during October for their pumpkin patch. It was a great way to spend the day with family. Wrist bands cost $15 M-Thur and $17 on Fri-Sun. There is a haunted house, corn maze, train ride, slides, and much more. My personal favorite is the pumpkin cannon where you shoot pumpkins/apples at targets from an air cannon. It costs extra (~$8 a basket, cheaper as you buy more) but is a blast. I highly recommended Dell'Osso family farm as a great way to spend the day outdoors with the family.
I give 5 Stars... the food although verryy expensive and the fun was wonderful! The kids had a ball on the rided etc, and they said the Haunted House was verryy scary 😂 just be prepared for longg lines for almost everything... but the lines do move.
We had a good time at Dell'Osso farm. Get there early to avoid big lines.
It was great family fun good atsmorphere.rides. food. And lots of pamkins
Fun 👍🏼 definitely missed the slide! Hope they bring it back!! Coffee and got chocolate from country store isn't very good 😝 donuts are yummy but super thick... Over all great value for a Thursday 🙂
Great time! Their food is very delicious. I recommend the apple cider doughnuts,the pumpkin spice cappuccino, and the pumpkin pie .
Staff was friendly and helpful. The entertainment was super and fun for the hole family.
Dell'Osso's prices for entry are always fair for the amount of things there are to do. Most of the Halloween attractions are free with entry price. It's all great family fun. The main Halloween attractions are always the corn maze and haunted house. If you have the money, the pumpkin blasters are great to for kids and adults, and when I've had the specialty food, it's always been good. Definitely a place to go in the central valley!
Amazing it was fun. The corn maze is s must but recommend to go at the end of your visit. Pig race is pretty nice. Hunted house was fun not as scary as in the past but fun. The food is really good. Recommend the funnel cake very good. Overall a nice experience to go with the kids or your friends.
Great thinks to see. Horses/animals, train ride had wait time 30 to45min, hunted castle line had no wait time, apple luncher had no wait time, food (kittle corn, hot dog, soda) is the only thing I tried and the wait wasn't that bad, jump area for kids, fake fire truck and other climbing area for kids. Many more things to do in a not so large open area to do it in. Entrance was busy but once you go around it kind of opens up. The wait for ticket moved but still a 20min wait from the very end of the line.
Really great family fun to be had here. I HIGHLY suggest going during the middle of the week, weekends can be VERY packed. General admission price gets you a good amount of free activities to do. There are other options that you have to pay for if you want to do. You can bring your own bag/food/drinks if you want, they are subject to search. Buying food/drinks on site can be pricey. The burger/hot dogs/chicken strips stand is a good option, average of $12 for each plate, but you do get a good sized portion of food/fries. Water and soda throughout are $3/$4. So if anything, I'd say bring a bag of drinks for yourself/family.
Came with the whole family, everyone had a blast. My children are 11, 3, 2 and a 1 year old and found something for everyone. My oldest had a little accident and fell on rocks because of the excitement. I took her to the first aid trailer and she was well taken care of. Definitely coming again.
We had a great time yesterday at their Halloween experience. The whole place is very large, it's practically a county fair. They have a large corn maze with a puzzle embedded. There's tons of activities for kids including rat rolls, play structures, pig races, pony rides, a good old fashioned haunted house, a steam train that goes around the perimeter. Just so much stuff. Live music, numerous places to buy food and snacks. Lots of staff around to help. Their bakery has a bunch of super tasty sugary foods including their specialty the apple cider cinnamon donuts. Highly recommend. Despite the large crowds, everyone was polite and nice to each other. We wore masks, many more didn't but there was no commentary on that. It's a bit pricey at $25 a head and some of the kids activities cost extra but the rest is included. Definitely a whole day's worth of enjoyment here. Edit: seeing some people complaining about prices for food and lines - if you think of it as a fair or large amusement park then it's par for the course for those kinds of events. If you're expecting it to be like a small family operated pumpkin patch then it's not that it's too big for that.