Plan Your Visit

We’re so exciting you’re coming to visit our farm! Here you’ll find information you need to know to help your visit go smoothly

Directions & Parking

Main Farm Address


Our main farm is where our pumpkin patch and greenhouses are located

9880 SE Revenue Rd
Boring, Or 97009

U-Pick Strawberries


U-Pick Strawberries are located just down the road from our main farm

10421 SE Revenue Rd
Boring, Or 97009

Parking

Follow signs from our main driveway – once you turn onto Altman Road from Revenue Rd please use the 3rd driveway on the left to enter our parking lot

"Know before you Go"

We love animals but for safety, insurance and health reasons we cannot allow pets at our farm

Service animals are always welcome, but we ask you please clean up after your service animal when visiting.

Per the ADA:

 

A service animal must be under the control of its handler. Under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless the individual’s disability prevents using these devices or these devices interfere with the service animal's safe, effective performance of tasks. 

 

Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. 

Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.

We accept cash and card via Square (Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover) but as a small business, it's extra appreciated when you use cash as it helps us cut down on credit card processing fees. Thanks in advance!

Our farm typically operates rain or shine so please plan accordingly!

If severe weather (thunderstorm, super heavy downpours, etc.) conditions are forecasted we will announce it on our voicemail, Facebook, Instagram and here so please check any of those places if you're concerned we may be closed or give us a call.

Regardless of weather, we highly suggest everyone wears clothes and shoes that can get dirty because we are a real farm with dust, mud, hay, animals, and dirt (and playing in it all is half the fun!)

PRO-TIP:  Bring a change of clothes and shoes for the ride home AND/OR bring a garbage bag for any dirty clothes to save your car!

Our farm is currently closed until October 2nd when we open for Pumpkin Patch!
During pumpkin patch, appointments will be required to visit. We will be open Thursday (afternoon only), Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Bookings will open in September!.

Thank you in advance for helping us keep our farm clean, safe, and fun for everyone!

  1. Children must be accompanied by an adult AT ALL TIMES – we are a real farm with lots of moving equipment which can be a unique, unpredictable situation for many kids.
  2. Be respectful of our crops and watch where you are walking to avoid damaging crops.
  3. Kindness and caring for your fellow visitors (and our staff/family) is required.
  4. We do not allow pets at our farm. Service animals are always welcome. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Comfort or emotional support animals do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.
  5. Please do not feed our farm animals – we keep track of what they are eating and how much to help keep them healthy.
  6. Please drive slowly in parking lots and on our property to ensure the safety of everyone
  7. Stay outside the animal pens- DO NOT enter into their pens and DO NOT harass our animals
  8. Keep rocks, sticks, corn, pumpkins etc. on the ground – they are not for throwing or playing with.
  9. Keep kids off fences and gates
  10. Do not open gates on farm property.
  11. Help keep our farm clean – pick up your litter, empty packaging, etc.
  12. Have fun, get muddy, splash in puddles, enjoy the fresh farm air and make lots of memories

COVID-19 Policy

Due to COVID-19, we have put many safety measures into place to ensure the safety of our customers, family, and employees. We are following all CDC and OSHA guidelines – as well as abiding by mandates from local government. Please respect our family and business by abiding by our policies. We know there is a lot of frustration out there, but we will not tolerate any mistreatment towards our employees, family or other guests.

We are taking extra steps to frequently clean and sanitize high traffic and touch point areas, such as bathrooms, wagons, baskets, checkout areas, handles, etc. We have plexiglass barriers at checkouts and our employees are wearing masks and are screened daily for the safety of you and them. We are limiting activities that have a higher risk of transmission and limiting capacity of customers on our farm by requiring bookings and offering private hayrides. We have also spaced out activities and checkouts around the farm to help create more space for social distancing. Finally, we have increased the amount of hand washing stations and hand sanitizer stations around the farm for our guests and staff.

To help us maintain a safe environment, guests over 5 are required to wear a mask when in checkout lines, at checkouts or when social distancing from other groups/people is not possible. Please limit the number of people in your group who go through checkout lines to cut down on overcrowding in line. Please utilize hand sanitizer regularly and stay home if you are sick, test positive for COVID-19 or have an exposure to someone with COVID-19.

We are doing our best to go above and beyond to ensure the safety of those at our farm, but there is always risk in visiting any place where people gather and interact during a pandemic. By booking a visit to our pumpkin patch you knowingly understand and accept those risks.

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