Stay tuned for Fall 2019 dates!
Daily activities include:
– FREE PARKING
– FREE admission
– FREE photography permitted in the public area during operational hours of the Pumpkin Patch
– LOTS of photo opps
– PLENTY of space for picnics (first come, first served!)
– FREE self-guided tour of the farm and animals
– Hay bales to climb and jump on
– PUMPKINS: $5 and up, depending on size
(LEARN MORE about this year’s pumpkin crop)
Saturday/Sunday activities include:
All of the above PLUS
– Hay Rides: $5 per person. Three years and under are FREE when accompanied by an adult
– Light Refreshments: Price varies
*Gates close at 6:30pm
For the safety and comfort of our animals and patrons, please leave your pets at home.
Families of all sizes are welcome at the Pumpkin Patch, any day of the week!
On weekends, come for the hayrides, sweet treats, and good old-fashioned (unplugged) fun.
We love to have schools, home-school groups, daycare centers, church schools, girl scouts, boy scouts, and ALL groups come and enjoy our farm!
Our farm tour features, for each participant, a talk on farming, a tour to see our animals, a hay ride, and a pumpkin to take home. Tours must be booked in advance. We recommend booking at least a month before you plan to visit! Group appointments are Monday through Friday ONLY, beginning October 2. Please contact Kim to schedule your visit or head on over to our Field Trips page for more info.
Did You Know?
Originating in Central America, pumpkins are fruits – a type of squash in the family of cucumbers, squashes, and melons. They are 90% water and are great for much more than carving! Pumpkins provide 53% of our vitamin A, 20% of our vitamin C, and 564 mg. of potassium.
Native Americans used pumpkin seeds for food and medicine. American colonists sliced off pumpkin tips, removed the seeds and then filled the insides with milk, spices, and honey. This was baked in hot ashes and is the original pumpkin pie!