Please find below some of our most frequently asked questions and answers. If there is anything we’ve missed please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Where is Pumpkin Moon?

We now have two Pumpkin Moon sites. One site is near Maidstone, on Old Chatham Road, Sandling, ME14 3BE. The second site is on Lower Rainham Road, ME7 2YA.

When are we open?

Maidstone site: Open 10am – 4pm, Saturday 6th, Sunday 7th, Saturday 13th, Sunday 14th, Friday 19th – Sunday 28th October

Rainham site: Open 10am – 4pm, Saturday 13th, Sunday 14th, Friday 19th – Sunday 28th October

How much is it?

Entry to Pumpkin Moon is FREE, as is parking.

Any pumpkin, squash or gourd you pick are then charged depending on the variety and size with prices starting from £1.

Extras such as face painting, story telling and pumpkin painting are charged individually and start from £2.50 per child.

Is booking required?

There is no need to book, please just turn up on any of the dates that we are open and enjoy everything we have on offer!

If you are a large group please do contact us in advance.

How to get in touch?

You can get in touch via email (info@pumpkinmoon.uk) or by telephone (07776 194901).

Alternatively follow us on Facebook and Instagram (search pumpkinmoonuk) for all our latest news.

Are dogs permitted?

For hygiene reasons unfortunately only guide dogs are allowed on site.

What facilities do you have?

Toilets and baby changing facilities are available on site. Along with card machines and ample car parking.

Is it muddy?

If it has been raining you will need to turn up in wellies or old shoes. The ground is bumpy so do take care.

Is it wheelchair / pushchair accessible?

The ground is uneven, bumpy and could be muddy as this is a field.

Contact us if you have any queries and we will try and help.

What do I need to bring?

The pumpkins have been cut for you so do not bring knives or secateurs.

The stalks are prickly so either pick the pumpkins up by the base or bring gloves.

How do I carry my pumpkins?

We have plenty of wheelbarrows for you to use, though do be careful with your children so they don’t tip over. You might want to bring some bags if you don’t want to get your car muddy.

How long do they last for?

You can store pumpkin and squash for months before eating them if they are dry, cool, frost-free and undamaged.

However once carved, to keep your pumpkin looking good for longer, bring it inside if it is raining and rub petroleum jelly or vaseline on the cut edges.

What happens to the leftover pumpkins?

The Gleaning Network and various animal sanctuaries come to collect any that are going to waste.

Do you support any charities?

Yes, Heart of Kent Hospice, The British Heart Foundation and Demelza Hospice Care for Children have all benefited from our support, with over £3,500 donated in 2017.