Treat your family to a real country farm experience!
The pumpkin patch will be open September 28th to October 31st from 9AM to 5:30PM.
The Plumper Pumpkin Patch and Tree Farm is located on 65 acres of what used to be a century dairy farm. The rolling hills and beautiful view of the Willamette Valley provide the amazing setting for our family owned and operated farm. Our focus here is to provide easy access to home grown produce, while creating lasting memories for children and families as they experience the wonder and beauty of a working farm.
On our farm, you’ve got options! You can pick your pumpkin out of our barn, or out of our fields, the choice is yours! Just be sure to stop by the barn to pick up a whopper lopper to cut the pumpkin off the vine. Then you can choose between the old fashioned wagons or the ever efficient wheel barrels to bring what you harvest from the nearby fields.
We have a wide variety of types, colors, and sizes of pumpkins to choose from. But that’s not all! We also sell flowers and hand painted as well as plain ornamental gourds. Pick some up to make a centerpiece, decoration or bird house. Bring some fall atmosphere into your home!
Don’t forget to stop by our farm kitchen where we sell caramel apples, kettle corn, fresh cider, baked goods, hot dogs, chili dogs, bratwurst, corn on the cob from our corn roaster, fresh jams, jellies, preserves, honey and much more. There’s something to tickle everybody’s taste buds!
There’s a lot to do and see at the farm in the fall, so bring your family by and create some fun and lasting memories!
For a complete list of all of our weekday activities and weekend extras click here.
And of course, we have our notorious PUMPKIN FLINGING MACHINES! (weekends only).
Click here to see more of our pumpkin flinging devices.
Here is a beautiful aerial video of the farm!
Click here for youtube video!
Provided by Dave King found at upabovemedia.com. What a nice job he did!
New Coverage from the Oregonian!
Ben Brink from the Oregonian was here this week and a nice article/photos/video was published on the OregonLive.com website. He came on a foggy day when lots of field trip folks were here. Here is the Link, I’m having troubles making it a click-link, so you have to copy it to your browser:
Click here to see more of our animals we have at the farm.