St. Pete Pier will become a Pumpkin Patch in October

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The St. Pete Pier has announced plans for a pumpkin patch — and we cannot wait for a bit of fall fun on the Sunshine City’s massive waterfront playground.

This pumpkin patch will arrive at the St. Pete Pier on October 16 and remain at beneath the Bending Arc sculpture through October 25. Thousands of pumpkins will rest beneath the stunning sculpture by Janet Echelman.

Take that one-of-a-kind Fall picture under the Bending Arc and take home that perfect pumpkin.

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Located at the Family Park on the St. Pete Pier.

Operating Hours:
Friday, October 16th, 5pm to 10pm
Saturday, October 17th, 10am to 10pm
Sunday, October 18th, 10am to 9pm
Monday October 19th to Thursday October 22nd, 5pm to 9pm
Friday, October 23rd, 5pm to 10pm
Saturday, October 24th, 10am to 10pm
Sunday, October 25th, 10am to 8pm

The Pier is located at 800 2nd Avenue Northeast in St. Petersburg.

Need more family fun after the pumpkin patch?

Check out new exhibit at the stunning James Museum on Central Avenue.

A new fast casual wing joint, featuring jumbo spicy wings and fried chicken sandwiches, just opened a few minutes from The Pier.

There are plenty of reasons to love living in St. Petersburg. The world is taking notice, too. St. Pete was just named on of the top 10 big American cities to visit by Conde Nast readers.

Need more events at the Pier?

Join The Body Electric Yoga Company every first Wednesday at 7pm for a FREE yoga class at St. Pete Pier. Class will be grounding but fun, with lots of modifications offered to accommodate everybody. Catch some bay breezes as the sun sets over the big, grassy Family Park. Stick around afterwards to explore the city’s exciting new digs. Lindsay Dixon leads the way.

If you have plans for the holidays, consider trusting your pet with this new resort for dogs in the Tampa Bay region.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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