The pumpkin patch is now done for the season – thanks to everyone who supported us and helped make the 2019 season our best one yet. See you next year!
Hayrides to the pumpkin patch begin when the pumpkins start to ripen in September, and will continue until our final day of the season on Halloween.
The exact date depends on the weather and other factors; we will post it here once we close in on the 2020 season.
Take a hayride to the pumpkin patch and then jump back on with your pumpkin for a ride around the corn maze. Once the hay wagon drops you off in the pumpkin patch you can take as much time as you want to look around and pick out your perfect pumpkin. Pumpkins are paid for right in the field prior to catching a ride back on the hay wagon.
The hayride circles the corn maze and is an adventure in itself – you can just enjoy the ride even if picking out a pumpkin is not on your list!
There are 2 hay wagons that run nonstop on busy days. When it isn't as busy, hayrides occur on a more informal schedule – Murray, our fearless hayride operator, is just a text away.
Remember to account for the weather – both the day of your visit and from the preceding week or so. Dirt + water = mud, so bring your boots.
Our pumpkins range in price depending on the size and the variety. We've got some handy "pumpkin hoops" to help us determine how much to charge.
One of our customers said it best years ago: our pumpkins might cost a tad more than at big-box grocery stores, but the photos you'll get in our pumpkin patch will be a lot better!
It’s no secret, we have a passion for pumpkins. We would like to share this passion with you so we are introducing our “Pumpkin of the Week” for the 2019 season.
Click the links below to learn more:
Here’s a random selection of photos from our Pumpkins & Hayrides gallery. Click the thumbnails for a larger photo, or view the complete gallery.
Pumpkins become ripe starting in September and continuing through October.