October is Pumpkin Patch Season!

October is a great time to visit our local working farms before they bed down for the winter and nothing makes fall more festive than a visit to a local pumpkin patch. Many local farms offer a pumpkin patch plus other family activities such as corn mazes, hayrides, and animal barns. While you’re there, grab some other local harvest produce and take advantage of the all the fall photo opportunities with your family on the farm.


Velvet Acres

Bring the family out for an adventure on the 80-acre family farm. Admission includes a pumpkin from the patch, hayride, petting zoo, hay pyramid, and corn maze. Also check out the wide variety of fall harvest items available at the farm store.
Mon – Sat 9-6, Sun 11-6
$7 per person
18905 NE 83rd St, Vancouver

Joe’s Place

Fall means October fun at Joe’s Place Farms every day of the week. Free admittance every day for the pumpkin patch, 3-acre corn maze, hay and cornstalk teepee. Face painting, balloons, and other fun for kids. Check out the farm store for fall harvest produce as well as Mrs. Joe’s specialty goodies.
Mon-Sat 9-6 PM, Sun 10-5
Maze and Hayride: $2 each/person
701 NE 112th Ave, Vancouver

Bi-Zi Farms

Celebrate the annual harvest and the heritage of the farm. Each admission includes one free pumpkin from the pumpkin patch, corn maze, farm animals, bale maze and pyramid, corn bin play area, pedal tractor driving, calf roping station, one free hot drink, wagon ride to pumpkin patch, corn shelling and grinding activity station, apple cider sampling, and more. Face painting, kettle corn, caramel corn, cotton candy, and other food and beverages available for purchase.
Fri 2-5:30, Sat-Sun 10-5:30
$12 per person, under 3 free
9504 NE 119th St, Vancouver


Walton Farms

If you’re wary of the crowds at the bigger farms, head over to this location in Camas for some harvest time fun. Admission includes corn maze, train ride, hay wagon ride (weekends only) and one pumpkin any size. Cash, debit and credit accepted.
Monday through Friday 3:00-5:00
Saturday and Sunday 10:00-5:00
$15 per person, Seniors $10
2 years and under Free
1617 NE 267th Ave, Camas


The Patch

A family-size patch of gigantic proportions. On about 15 acres in the Woodland Bottoms, The Patch offers over 60 varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds. Called a “Pumpkin Boutique” by visitors, the selection and overall family experience brings smiles to everyone’s faces. Hay maze, pumpkin bowling, hay rides (Weather-permitting & *Weekends only), and more. Concessions available on the weekends.
Mon-Sat 9-6, Sun 12-6
Free admission
Hay Ride: $2 adult, $1 under 12, FREE under 2
612 Whalen Rd, Woodland


Pomeroy Farms

Experience the harvest season at this meticulously maintained historical farm which is listed on the National Register of Historic Properties. Take a mile long ride down Pumpkin Lane, decorated with fun scenes and pumpkin characters with a stop at the pumpkin patch. It’s fun for the whole family with kids activities, farm animals, and hay bale maze. The farmstead includes the Pomeroy’s log home built in 1920, a working blacksmith shop, barn, extensive herb and vegetable gardens, pastures and woodlot. The Farm utilizes living history as an interpretational technique to share what life was like on a pre-electrical farm several generations ago.
Sat 10-4, Sun 11-4
$6 adult, $4 children 3-11
20902 NE Lucia Falls Rd, Yacolt


The Original Sauvie Island Pumpkin Patch

51 years of family fun and farm fresh produce. The Original Sauvie Island Pumpkin Patch is a local tradition. Free activities include hay rides, animal barn, hay maze, hay pyramid. Also on site: Patio Café, Pumpkin Perk Coffee, Pumpkin Cottage Gift Shop, and food fair booths.
Admission is free plus cost of your pumpkins.
Pumpkin patch hours: 10am-6pm
The Maize admission: $8, $6 ages 6-12 and seniors. The Maize hours: Sunday-Thursday 10-6, Friday-Saturday 10am-10pm
16511 NW Gillihan Rd, Portland
thepumpkinpatch.com, portlandmaize.com

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