Early in July, Farmer Ganyard sows the seeds for his pumpkin crop. Using specialized farm equipment and pond irrigation that he installs himself, he anticipates a full harvest of pumpkins for your selection.
Whatever your whimsical nature desires — big pumpkins, little ones, funny ones, scary ones, orange, green, and in between — you’ll find it here. Pick your pumpkin straight out of the pumpkin patch, or pick from those already picked and stacked.
Check out the Farm Blog for great ideas for crafting, carving, and decorating (or eating!) your one-of-a-kind pumpkin face!
- Everyone who pays admission to the farm can pick a free pumpkin to take home with them.
- Children under 2 are admitted free unless choosing their own pumpkin.
- You can also buy pumpkins at the barn store, without purchasing an admission ticket to the farm.
Wanna learn more about the history and uses of pumpkins?
Well, just click here.