Choose from our huge selection
We have a beautiful selection of pumpkins to pick from. Pumpkin season typically starts around mid-September and goes through late October, but please contact us or check our social media channels for actual picking days/times. On weekends, all visitors require an admission ticket to access the farm for our Fall Harvest Celebration.
You can use one of our wheelbarrows and walk to the pumpkin patch, or you can take a tractor-drawn wagon ride out to the field, where you can romp through acres of pumpkins to find just the right one (or two or three). The wagon will bring you back to the main barn where our helpful staff will weigh your selection(s). Our pumpkins are 39 cents per pound. Payment is made in the gift shop.
If you come during the week when we are not offering wagon rides, you can enjoy a short walk to the pumpkin field. We invite you to use one of our wheelbarrows to make it easy and fun.
If you visit during the week, there is no admission fee if you simply want to pick pumpkins and do not want to participate in any other fall activities. On the weekends, however, all visitors require an admission ticket, and unfortunately, for logistical reasons, it is not possible to come and pick pumpkins without the admission ticket.
If you prefer not to pick your own, choose your perfect pumpkin from our large display near the barn. We have pumpkins of all sizes and shapes, so every family member can find just what they’re looking for. During the week, you can weigh your own pumpkins at the weigh station inside the main barn, or ask the gift shop staff for assistance. On the weekends, barn staff will be happy to assist you. Pre-picked pumpkins are also 39 cents per pound.
Meet all of your fall decoration needs with our different gourds and decorative specialty pumpkins, as well as corn stalks and Indian corn. We also offer hay bales and a wide variety of colorful mums.
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