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Portland loves a good celebration — and fall harvest and Halloween provide great reasons to whoop it up. We’ve gathered some of our favorite farms with pumpkin patches (or at least pumpkins available) — plus other fun seasonal activities. However you carve it up, it all adds up to big treats for fall.

Here’s the info for your old favorites, and for some new ones to try out. Please be sure to check the websites listed below to make sure there are no changes to the schedule before heading out. 

Sauvie Island

The Pumpkin Patch 
What: Check out the huge corn maze and pumpkin patch, plus enjoy other farm fun — like hayrides, a barn with lots of different animals, a cow train, and more.
Dates/Times: September 1-30: open daily, 10 am-6 pm; October 1-November 1: Sunday-Thursday, 10 am-6 pm; Friday and Saturday, 10 am-10 pm
Cost: For the maze: Ages 13+: $8, Ages 6-12 and seniors: $6
Where: 16511 NW Gillihan Rd. Portland, OR 97231
Contact: 503-621-7110

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Bella Organic Farm
What: Find your favorite pumpkin among acres of pumpkins. Ride a free hay ride, and check out other family-friendly fall activities like a cow train, grain train, hay maze, duck races and farm animals. 
Dates/Time: Maze daily 9-6; pumpkin patch open daily September 28, 9 am-6 pm (closed Labor Day). October hours: Sunday-Thursday, 9 am-6 pm and Friday-Saturday from 9 am-10 pm. 
Costs: Activities are $2 and up. Corn maze is $6 for ages 6-12; $8 for ages 13 and up. Haunted maze $20. 
Where: 16205 NW Gillihan Rd. Portland, OR 97231
Contact: 503-621-9545

Portland

Fazio Farms  
What: Wander through the corn maze, climb through hayland, visit the goats, take a hayride tour, bounce down the bouncy slide and enjoy more festive fun.
Dates/Times: Opens September 27. Monday-Friday, 4 pm-8 pm. Saturday and Sunday, 9 am-8 pm.
Cost: $1 and up, using tokens. Corn maze $8 per person. (2018 pricing)
Where: 8433 NE Fazio Way Portland, OR 97211
Contact: 503-289-2020

Plumper Pumpkin Patch and Tree Farm 
What: Enjoy the full-on pumpkin patch experience with hay rides, a hay maze, grain jump, play structure, and farm animals. On weekends, you’ll find extra fun like pumpkin flinging machines, pumpkin croquet, pony rides, barrel train, and more.
Dates/Times: Opens September 28, daily 9 am-5:30 pm
Cost: Prices vary by type of pass: $8 to $60 (family pass). $12 weekend general admission adventure pass. There are also token attractions for a fee.
Where: 11453 NW Old Cornelius Pass Rd. Portland, OR 97231
Contact: 503-645-9561

East of Portland/Hood River

Packer Orchards Bakery & Farm Place
What:
Fun farm activities for all ages, including a corn maze, pumpkin bowling, and pumpkin patch.
Dates/Times: Daily September 14-October 31, 10 am-5 pm. 
Cost: Monday-Thursday $5/person; Friday-Sunday $7/person
Where: 3020 Thomsen Rd. Hood River, OR 97031
Contact: 541-386-4622

Bushue’s Family Farm and Nursery
What: Fun activities, hayrides, an adventure park, Lil’ Punkin’s Playground, pig train rides, pumpkin bowling and more. See the farm’s chickens, goats, sheep and pigs.
Dates/Times: Opens September 28, Tuesday-Sunday, 10 am-5 pm. 
Cost:
Activities start at $2
Where: 9880 SE Revenue Rd. Boring, OR 97009
Contact: 503-663-6709

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Dolan Creek Farm
What: Tractor rides, hay play area, paint a pumpkin, farm animals, lots of photo opportunities, fresh baked goods all located on a turn of the century homestead farm. $5/car.
Dates/Times: Opens September 28. Friday, Saturday, Sunday through October, 10 am-5 pm
Cost: $5/car. Hay play area & mini pumpkin painting: $3
Where: 13490 SE Orient Drive, Boring, OR 97009
Contact: 503-663-3176

Lieopold Farms 
What: Get lost in a 5-acre corn maze, and enjoy other fall fun, like a apple-pult, hayride, kids pavilion, pumpkin decorating, kiddy maze, farm animals, hayrides and tractors.
Dates/Times: September 22-October 31, 9 am-5 pm. 
Cost:
General admission $5; activity passes are $8-$15.
Where: 14050 SE Richey Rd. Boring, OR 97009
Contact: 503-913-3033

Wenzel Farm
What: Wander through the fantasy trail with spooky sights and sounds. Pumpkins and refreshments are also available.
Dates/Times: Daily October 1-30, 7 pm-10 pm; Friday-Sunday noon-5 pm
Cost: $7 adults, $6 kids. Cash only.
Where: 19754 South Ridge Rd. Oregon City, OR 97045
Contact: 503-631-2047

West of Portland

Oregon Heritage Farms
What:
There’s a pumpkin patch, hayrides through apple orchards, farm animals to see, plus many free kids activities. AppleFest is October 12 and features live music, face painting and balloon animals and, of course, apples! 
Dates/Times: Daily 10am-5pm until Nov 9
Cost: Varies by activity. Many activities are free. 
Where: 22801 SW Scholls Ferry Road, Hillsboro
Contact: 503-628-APPL

Roloff Farm
What: Enjoy classic pumpkin patch fun, like a hay pyramid, petting zoo, pony rides, kiddy train and more. 
Dates/Times: October 4-27, Friday-Sunday, 10 am-5:30 pm.
Cost
: Admission to the pumpkin patch is free. Entry to the adventure area only is $10; wagon tours are $10; combo pass is $15.
Where: 23985 NW Grossen Dr. Helvetia, OR 97124
Contact: 503-647-2899

South of Portland

Bauman Farms 
What: Animal barn, corn tunnels, giant slide, hayride and more every day. Extra events on weekdays include bug trains, jumping pillow, apple canon and more.
Dates/Times: Opens September 21. Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm; Saturday 9 am-6 pm, Sunday 9 am-5 pm
Cost: General admission and activity vary between weekdays and weekends. Activity wristbands available. General admission starts at $6.
Where: 12989 Howell Prairie Rd. Gervais, OR 97026
Contact: 503-792-3524

Flower Farmer 
2018 information
What: Ride a pumpkin train, climb a hay pyramid, and check out the farm animals, from alpaca to rooster.
Dates/Times: Daily, September 28-October 31, 10 am-6 pm. Boo Train runs October 6, 12, 13, and 19-30 from late dusk-9 pm. 
Costs:
Train $8 ages 13-64, $5 ages 2-12 and 65 +, free ages 0-2.
Where: 2512 N Holly Canby, OR 97013
Contact: 503-266-3581

French Prairie Gardens 
What: Enjoy a day of farm fun. They’ve got pig races, sides, a hay maze, corn maze, pig barrel train rides, tire swings, farm animals, and a large kids’ play area.
Dates/Times: Open October 6-31, Saturday and Sunday 9 am-6 pm. Friday hours vary (check website).
Cost: $8 weekend admission; $17 for unlimited wristband
Where: 17673 French Prairie Rd.. St. Paul, OR 97137
Contact: 503-633-8445

Heiser Farms 
What: Traditional pumpkin patch fun, like hayrides, train rides, fire engine rides, pony rides and more on weekends. Petting zoo, slides, corn maze and more daily.
Dates/Times: Open last weekend in September and every weekend in October 10:00 am-5:00 pm. Train rides, fire engine rides, and pumpkin cannons rides only offered on the weekends. Limited attractions offered on Friday.
Cost: $5 admission. $3.50 and up per activity (some activities are included in admission.)
Where: 21425 SE Grand Island Loop Dayton, OR 97114
Contact: 503-868-7512

Hoffman Farms

What: Ride the new Hoffman Farms Express Train (ADA accessible cars available) to and from the pumpkin patch. U-pick pumpkins from the vine. Corn maze, hay bale mountain, free barrel train, pumpkin cannon launch, food truck on site, and donuts, kettle corn and more.
Dates/Times: Saturday, September 21-October 31. Thursday–Sunday, 10 am-5 pm.
Cost: $5/train ride.
Where: 22242 SW Scholls Ferry Road, Beaverton
Contact: 503-628-5418

Lee Farms 
What: Pumpkin patch with farm animals, petting zoo, hay maze, corn maze, hayrides, pony rides, bouncy house and more. Some activities are weekends only.
Dates/Times: September 21-October 31. Weekends 9 am-6 pm & weekdays noon-6 pm.
Costs:
Weekend general admission is $5 on weekdays and $10 on weekends, with wristbands from $15-$20 or $1 per ticket. 2 and under are free.
Where: 21975 SW 65th Ave Tualatin, OR 97062
Contact: 503-638-1869

Phil’s Fruit
What: Pumpkins and a big hay stack. Sometimes there are pygmy goats on weekends. 
Dates/Times: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays 9 am to 5 pm, with extended hours the week of Halloween (call ahead)
Costs: Varies by pumpkin
Where: 17971 SW Scholls-Sherwood Road, Sherwood
Contact: 503-807-6721

Pumpkin Patch at Our Table Cooperative

What: Treats, free hay rides, crafts for the kids, a hay fort and pumpkins galore.
Dates/Times: Weekends in October, 10 am-6 pm
Costs: Most activities are free. Bring money for pumpkins and food. Check website for full details.
Where: 13390 SW Morgan Road, Sherwood OR 97140
Contact: 503-217-4304

Washington

The Patch
What: Pumpkin patch with many varieties of pumpkins, plus two corn mazes (one smaller one for kids), two hay mazes, hayride, games and more. 
Dates/Times: October 1-October 31. Monday-Saturday 9 am-6 pm, Sunday 12 pm-6 pm.
Costs: 
No parking or admission fee. Activity costs are $1 and up with some free ones. See website for full price list
Where: 612 Whalen Rd., Woodland, WA
Contact: 360-225-8594

Pumpkin Lane at Pomeroy Farm
What: Activities include a mile-long hayride around Pumpkin Lane, featuring over 100 pumpkin people set in various scenes and vignettes. There’s also a hay bale maze, pumpkin flume, yard games, barn animals and more.
Dates/Times: Every full weekend in October. Saturdays 10 am-4 pm and Sundays 11 am-4 pm
Cost:
$6 admission, with hayride and activities included. Pumpkins sold separately.
Where: 20902 NE Lucia Falls Rd Yacolt, WA 98675
Contact: 360-686-3537

Vancouver Pumpkin Patch 
What: Pumpkin patch, hayride, covered petting zoo and in-barn hay tunnel, face painting  and other free & fun activities. 
Dates/Times: Opens Saturday, September 28. Monday-Saturday 9 am-6 pm; Sunday 11 am-6 pm. Hayrides only Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
Cost:
$7 per person includes hayride and a pumpkin from the patch
Where: 18905 NE 83rd St. Vancouver, WA
Contact: 360-892-0434

Walton’s Farms Pumpkin Patch
What: Pumpkin Patch, corn maze, barrel train ride, hay wagon ride (weekends only) and one pumpkin any size. 
Dates/Times: Monday through Friday 3 pm to 5 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10 am- 5 pm.
Cost:
$12 per person and includes a pumpkin. 2 years and under: free, no pumpkin.
Where: 1617 NE 267th Ave. Camas, WA. 
Contact: 360-834-2810

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