Mazzotti Farms is proud to introduce the Inaugural Farm Dinner featuring Aaron Youngblood of Elway's Steakhouse, accompanied by his wife Lauren, as they prepare a unique farm dinner for select guests. Your chefs for the evening have planned a unique meal featuring contemporary presentations of traditional favorites, all featuring the freshest ingredients from our fields and surrounding producers. We invite you to join us.
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Fall is in the air, the leaves are slowly changing, and our pumpkins are ripe and ready for the picking. Bring your family any weekend between October 1st and October 31st for a wonderful time playing in the country and picking just the right pumpkin. There are lots of fun activities to be enjoyed along the way.
Weekend Family Activities
School Group Arrangements
Mazzotti Farms has been owned and operated by the Mazzotti family since 1982.
We grow all different kinds of vegetables, pumpkins, Indian corn, gourds and much more. During the summer months we can be found at several regional Farmers' Markets, where we sell a wide variety of seasonal vegetables and fruits grown throughout Colorado, including: plums, apples, peaches, squash, watermelon, cantelope, beets, tomatoes and sweet corn.
In our Greenhouse and Garden Center you will discover a world of spring time wonder with a beautiful assortment of bedding plants. We grow a wide variety of annuals such as petunias, marigolds, alyssum, geraniums, pansies, snapdragons and osteospermum. We also grow a wide array of perennials like columbine, phlox, ajuga, dianthus, coreopsis, penstemon, salvia, and veronica.
In the fall we enjoy the harvest in our Pumpkin Patch of a variety of pumpkins, gourds, and golden corn stalks. There is fun for all ages in October when families and school groups are welcomed into our fields to pick their own pumpkin or to create a fun scarecrow. Join us for a special harvest festival with your family.
Mazzotti Farms is proud to support local organizations through our Flower Fundraiser. Each spring groups raise money for their important events and people receive colorful potted annuals.