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Pumpkin patches and places to get a Fall experience surrounding Oregon City

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Pumpkin patches and places to get a Fall experience.

Tis the season for warm cider, fall leaves and pumpkin pie! For some of you, the cool Fall nights are a welcomed experience.  If you have pumpkin patches on your mind and you’d like to keep your buying local, here are some lovely places to explore listed closest to furthest: (don’t forget to wear your boots if you are going to a farm!)  ** denotes farms that are open 7 days per week

Pumpkin patches

#1 - Fantasy Trail Wenzel Farm

(503) 631-2047 // 19754 S Ridge Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045


Quaint, perfect for younger kids.  **CASH ONLY

Take a Halloween walk through a lighted, wooded, “Fantasy Trail”, decorated with spooky sights and sounds. Walk through a 40 foot castle with Halloween scenes. Also, walk through a tunnel, maze, crooked house, suspension bridge and more. Pumpkins and refreshments are available. 

Oct 1st – Oct 30th, 2018

HOURS 7pm-10pm every night

Day trail Fri, Sat. & Sun 12pm-5pm

PRICING: Adults $6, Children 12 and under $5

High five them for: Being our only local Oregon City pumpkin patch so far…

#2 - Ryser’s Farm Pumpkin Patch **

22560 SW Stafford Rd. Tualatin OR 97062 (Approx 15 min from OC)


Beautiful setting and a great farm for SMALL kids or adults that don’t want to deal with crowds. Pumpkins galore with a few farm animals. Easy parking and very very quaint:) NO DOGS ALLOWED…please leave your fur babies at home. Older kids will be bored with this pumpkin patch.

HOURS: 9:30-5:00 – 7 days a week opening September 21st, 2018

PRICING: They sell pumpkins by size… not pound, but size…  No admission charge to see chickens and goats or visit the patch.  Wagon rides only on the weekends… $3 per person. Corn maze $3 per person. 

High five them for: offering different varieties of pumpkins actually grown there on their own far.

#3 - Flower Farm Pumpkin Run **

2512 N Holly St, Canby, Oregon 97013 (Approx 15 min from OC)



HOURS: September 29 – October 31st 2018 – 7 days a week

Regular train schedule: 7 days a week from 10 am to 6 pm

Boo Train schedule (Weather Permitting): October 6th, 12th, 13th, and 19th through the 30th from late dusk till 9 pm with NO Sunday night scares

PRICING: unknown…they haven’t returned my call yet

DETAILS:  They have a train ride to the pumpkins, a hat maze under a pyramid of hay, small market place, and a tulip garden in the middle. Very kid friendly; farm animals to visit.

#4 - Lee Farms

21975 SW 65th Ave, Tualatin, Oregon 97062 (approx 19 min drive from OC)

(503) 638-1869


HOURS: Saturdays & Sundays only starting September 23rd 2018 9am-6pm. The last ticket sale or admission sale at 5:00pm. 

PRICING: General Admission $5.00: includes Hayride, Corn Maze, Animals, & Parking.  ** Does not include Pony Rides.

Wristband Level 1 $15.00: General Admission, Hayride, Corn Maze, Animals, Parking, Unlimited Haymazes, Unlimited Slide, Unlimited Access to Play Area & Tricycles. ** Does not include Pony Rides.

Wristband Level 2 $20.00: includes General Admission, Hayride, Corn Maze, Animals, Parking, Unlimited Haymazes, Unlimited Slide, Unlimited Access to Play Area, Tricycles, Unlimited Bounce Pillow & Unlimited Barrel Wagon Rides. ** Does not include Pony Rides.

A 7th generation family farm in Tualatin with a farm store.  Visit their farm animals and choose from over 27 varieties of pumpkins all grown in their own fields.  They feature a corn maze, hayrides, a slide, pony rides, fresh apple cider and more. For more pricing information, visit their website listed above.

#5 - Olson Farms

22255 SE Borges Rd, Damascus, OR 97089 (approx. 21 min drive from OC)



Family-owned strawberry farm & pumpkin patch offering horse drawn hayrides on weekends in October

#6 -Plumper Pumpkin Patch **

11435 NW Old Cornelius Pass Rd, Portland, Oregon 97231 (Approx 45 min from OC)

503) 645-9561


HOURS: 9am-5pm Open Sept. 29, 2018 – October 31, 2018

PRICING: Weekend adventure pass wristbands $10 includes general admission, hayride and barrel train ride, playground.

Farm pass sticker; general admission $7

Apple and Corn cannons, $1 per token

Pony ride: 6 tokens


Large selection of different types of pumpkins and gourds. Lots of fun activities. Well staffed, lines aren’t bad although it is very busy. Face painting available, prices vary.

**They do BIRTHDAY PARTIES TOO: http://plumperpumpkins.com/farm_birthday_parties.php

#7 - Baumans **

12989 Howell Prairie Rd NE, Gervais, OR 97026 (approx 35 min from OC)



HOURS: Opens September 22nd, 2018 9am-6pm

PRICING: Mon-Fri: General Admission $6, Unlimited wristband $14    Sat-Sun: General Admission $8, Unlimited wristband $20

Free parking and free pumpkin patch entry

DETAILS: If CROWDS are ok and A “BIG TIME” EXPERIENCE is what you are looking for, this is a great place for you to visit! They have a store, a bakery and a garden center in addition to the harvest festival: more than 25 activities for kids of all ages. The farm is transformed into an activity center with mazes, obstacle courses, rides, oodles of farm animals and a giant pumpkin drop.  See their website above under events for more details. 

#8 - Roloff Farm

23985 NW Grossen Dr, Hillsboro, OR 97124 (approximativ 45 min from OC)



HOURS: October 5th – October 28th, 2018

10am – 5:30pm • Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays Only

PRICING: Pumpkin Patch + Parking are free

Wristbands are required for everyone 3 years of age and older, children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. 

All inclusive pass: $14 per person,

Wagon tour only: $10 per person

Adventure zone entry only: $9 per person

DETAILS: From the show Little People, Big World on TLC, the Roloff Farm is a big production with acres of land with several unique structures that have become favorite tour attractions to the many people who visit the farm during the Roloff Farms Pumpkin Patch season when the farm is open to the public every October.  If you are looking for A “BIG TIME” EXPERIENCE, this is a great place to visit! They do a great job with crowd control and managing lines.You will find food carts, a gift barn, wagon tours to view the farm and attractions, pony rides, pumpkin fun house, face painting, hay pyramid, spooky forest trail loop, giant sling shots, tire zone, exotic animals, petting zoo, putt putt golf and more.

If you find a typo, or you learn more information about one of these providers that is not included here, please let me know!  I strive to keep my content current and accurate.