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OUR PUMPKIN PATCH IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE SEASON! Thank you for a wonderful season, and we’ll see you next year!
September 30th – October 29th
Thursday to Sunday | 10am to 5pm*
Please plan to arrive no later than 3:30 if you want to enjoy everything our farm has to offer.
*Last hayride departs at 4:30 pm
*Last pig train ride departs at 4:50 pm
pricing & activities
There is no entry fee or parking fee to enter our farm. You can enjoy our farm and free activities and/or purchase tickets for paid activities you wish to do.
Hayride to our big pumpkin patch* | $6 per rider (2 & up)
Play area & tube slide | $4 per child (2 – 12)
Pig Train Ride* | $6 per rider (2 & up)
Take Home Dirt Baby Kit | $4 per kit
Visit our farm animals| FREE
Corn Trail (mini corn maze) | FREE
Carving Pumpkins | .58 cents per pound
Specialty Pumpkins | .75 cents per pound
*Kids under 2 are free with a paying adult
*Adults/accompanying older siblings do not need a ticket to enter the play area
$13 per child
1 pig train ride
1 take home dirt baby kit
Admission to our kids play area
two dollar thursdays
Thursdays in October are discount days!
Enjoy $2 off kids wristbands and $2 play area tickets – a perfect way to beat weekend crowds and save some money on pumpkin patch fun!
play area & hayslide
Our play area is 3 play areas in 1 – our hayslide adventure park, our outdoor play area, and our lil’ punkin playground.
Enjoy our giant tube slide, outdoor slides, a play tractor, tires to climb on, a mini hay maze, sandbox, dramatic play area, “pumpkin” bowling, & climb on strawbales
pig train ride
Take a barrel train ride around the farm – fun for all ages!
Last pig train ride departs at 4:50 pm
pick your pumpkin
Stomp through the vines and find your perfect pumpkin or choose from pre-picked pumpkins brought in from the field.
We have a small pumpkin patch at our main farm you can choose from, or you can take a hayride out to our bigger pumpkin field to really go searching!
We also have a selection of mini, decorative, and gourds to choose from
dirt baby kit
Think homemade chia pet – dirt babies are a perfect mix of fun, crafty, and educational!
Our dirt baby kits provide everything you need to create your very own dirt baby at home (you just need hot glue). Once you make your dirt baby, you set it in a jar of water by the window and it starts to grow grass hair!
Kids love getting to care for their dirt baby and watching them grow grass hair!
Our FREE corn trail is a mini corn maze that is small enough that you won’t
have to spend hours trying to find your way out but it’s big enough that
you get to enjoy the challenge and adventure of navigating trails
through the corn and a few dead ends!
Our hayride wagons are pulled behind a tractor and drop guests off in our pumpkin patch for pumpkin picking. Enjoy scenic views of the farm and on nice days you can see Mt. Hood during your hayride.
Our Hayride is approximately 15-20 minutes round trip – plus however long you need to search for your pumpkin once you’re in the field.
LAST HAYRIDE DEPARTS AT 4:30 pm
Throughout the farm we have beautiful scenery and photo op boards perfect for capturing family memories on your trip to the pumpkin patch.
Our goats, pig, and chickens love to say hello through the fence. If you’re quiet, you may see them snacking, playing, or exploring while you’re here.
For safety, insurance and the animals well-being we do not allow people inside their pens, please remain outside of the animal pens – thank you!
While the weather is cooperative (usually the first few weeks of pumpkin patch) you can purchase u-cut flowers and fill a bucket with cut sunflowers, dahlias, zinnias to take home a beautiful bouquet from the farm.
food & treats
It wouldn’t be fall without festive treats.
We’ve got you covered with hot, fresh apple cider donuts, apple cider slushies, plus apple slices with caramel dip!
We also serve up 1/4 lb all beef hot dogs, chips, and drinks to help fill you up for a day full of fun.
You are also welcome to bring your own snacks or lunch to the farm but we ask that you please dispose of garbage properly in our garbage and recycling cans.
plan your visit
We are so excited that you’re going to visit our farm!
Please note our farm does not allow pets or emotional support animals to visit, but service animals are always welcome.
According to the ADA, a service animal is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability.
Please check out our ‘plan your visit’ page for information regarding directions, parking, weather closures, plus lots of tips to ensure you’re prepared for a day of farm fun!
PRO TIP: Bring boxes or bags for dirty clothes, shoes, and pumpkins for the car ride home so your car stays clean!