Irvine Park Pumpkin Patch and Railroad is Open!

After the devastating Canyon Fire 2 raged through the hillside and closed the Irvine Regional Park on October 9th, we are happy to share that it has re-opened.

The Irvine Park Pumpkin Patch is an Orange County favorite destination for families and is open weekdays 10am-5om. Weekend hours are 8am-6pm. 

It’s not just about the pumpkins of every shape and size here, there is so much more fall fun to be had. A kid friendly haunted house, a pyramid made of hay, photo ops and a hay maze are included with your admission to the Irvine Regional Park.  For an extra charge there is a the train ride, a hay ride, panning for gold, John Deere Racers, carnival games and so much more! 

On weekends, the line to enter the park does get very long and the pumpkin patch does get very crowded so make sure to get there early. 

By | 2017-10-20T21:33:42+00:00 October 20th, 2017|Mommy Fearist|Comments Off on Irvine Park Pumpkin Patch and Railroad is Open!

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Erin Jefferson-Foley (Mommy Fearest) is terrified of scary movies, gore and zombies. But she loves all things Halloween and Haunt related! Slowly but surely she has been dipping her toes into the realm of horror movies with great results. Pretty soon she will work her way up to watching a scary movie when it is dark outside. Erin has had a love affair with theme park Halloween events for the past 20 years. Her first time at an event was at Knott's Scary Farm in the late 80s when a family friend, a Knott's employee, escorted her into the park to watch Elvira and give her a behind the scenes tour. She was intrigued as she walked through the break room and realized that they were just people in masks and makeup. It seemed like only a short time later, Erin was performing for Halloween Haunt which led to her meeting the love of her life, her husband. Each year she cheers on her husband and his friends as they set up and run a home haunt. You can catch her helping with line control and repeating the same instructions over and over and over to the guests each night. She has been a professional dancer and actress for over 20 years. When she is not in the studio teaching dance or in her office writing, you can catch Mommy Fearest with her husband and two kids at various conventions throughout California. She enjoys Cosplay, Star Wars, Renaissance Faires, Halloween, haunted attractions, paranormal happenings, special effects makeup and horrible reality television shows.