Find local Portland pumpkin patches open this fall. Oregon has lots of pumpkins, hayrides, corn mazes and farm fun in September and early October. Last Major Update:
Bella Organic - Portland, OR
Organic and non-organic pumpkin picking. There’s also a hay rides, hay maze, cow train and farm animals. It’s otherwise known as the Portland Pumpkin Farm and Twilight Maze. It has a seven acre cornfield maze with 3.2 miles of path from start to finish. Open daily in September and October. Separate, haunted corn maze with vampires, zombies and other scary creatures on Friday and Saturday evenings in late September and October. Past themes for the mazes have included the Ducks vs. Beavers (regular) and VooDoo Doughnuts (haunted) (2013). The location is at 16205 NW Gillihan Rd., Portland, OR 97231. This is 12 miles northwest of Portland.
Bushue’s Family Farm - Boring, OR
Pumpkin patch offers pumpkins by the pound. Hayrides take you out to the patch. Crawl through the adventure park in the greenhouse, meet the farm animals or take a pig train ride. Open Tuesday through Sunday during pumpkin season. They are located at 9880 SE Revenue Rd., Boring, Oregon which is 22 miles east of Portland.
Fir Point Farms - Aurora, OR
This 35 acre farm is a family owned business by Jack and Jessica Romaine. Open every weekend in October. They have a six acre patch of pumpkins, corn maze, zoo, hay maze, bounce houses, tire swings, nature trail and giant slides. Enjoy fresh apple cider and apple cider donuts or stop in the Country Market for an ice cream cone. Free admission and parking. They are located at 14601 Arndt Road, Aurora, Oregon which is 21 miles south of Portland.
Flower Farmer - Canby, OR
A family farm in the Willamette Valley that has pumpkins in the fall as the Pumpkin Run (train). Ride the Phoenix and Holly Railroad miniature train through the fields of flowers to pick out your pumpkin. Boo train offers a haunted ride on select evenings. Farm animal petting zoo, hay maze, hay mountain, warm apple cider and kettle corn. The address is 2512 N Holly, Canby, OR 97013. It is located 26 miles south of Portland.
French Prairie Gardens - St. Paul, OR
Enjoy a country experience at their fall harvest festival. Pumpkin picking patch, 2 acre maze of corn, pig races, hay maze, obstacle course, tricycle maze, corn cannon, farm animal pavilion, pig barrel train rides, tire pile, rope maze and slide land. Free admission and free parking on weekends. A soccer ball sized pumpkin is priced at around $5. Farm Market offers fresh baked goods and produce. Other food available at the Farmer’s Fry. The farm is operated by the Pohlschneider family. The address is 17673 French Prairie Road, St. Paul, OR 97137. This is 32 miles south of Portland.
Heiser Farms - Dayton, OR
Pumpkin patch and corn maze on this pumpkin farm started by John and Kristi Heiser in 1994. No admission fee. Payment for pumpkins is via cash or check only. Free activities: hayrides, petting zoo, pedal tractors, hay pyramid and slide. Weekend activities (with price) are the inflatable pumpkin, fire engine ride, miniature train ride and pony rides. Two pricing packages available for individuals/families who don’t want to pay one price rather than per attraction. They are located at 24125 SE Grand Island Loop, Dayton, OR 97114 which is 42 miles southwest of Portland.
Lee Farms - Tualatin, OR
A pumpkin patch and berry farm that has bounce houses, hay rides, giant bounce pillow, giant slide and haymaze. Barnyard petting zoo has a variety of farm animals. Fresh apple cider and pumpkin donuts or apple cider donuts. Pony rides available on the weekends. If you are planning to make pumpkin pie, be sure to take home one of their cinderella pumpkins. Farm is open daily for their harvest festival in October.
Liepold Farms - Boring, OR
The Liepold fall festival includes pumpkins, hay maze, pedal tractor tricycle race track, corn bin and pumpkin-pult. 20 minute cruise around the farm on the hay ride for $3. Six acre cornfield for getting lost costs $5-7 per person. Find all the dead-ends in the corn maze and get entered in the grand prize drawing. There is a $6 minimum on the pony rides, which benefit the Oregon Animal Rescue. No admission fee and free parking. All day fun passes are $10-12. Open every day from late September through Halloween. Their address is 14480 SE Richey Road, Boring, OR 97009. It is 23 miles east of Portland.
Olson Farms - Damascus, OR
Pick your own pumpkins in their real patch. Free horse drawn hayrides thanks to Cowboy Carriage on select weekends. Caterpillar barrel train, apple sling shot and pre-picked pumpkins, too. Generally starts the first weekend in October and opens daily through the end of the month. They are located at 22255 Se Borges Road, Damascus, OR 97089 which is 17 miles east of Portland.
Packer Orchards - Hood River, OR
Opens for fall fun around the middle of September. They have a pumpkin patch, apple orchard and lots of farm activities and games. Also a wonderful bakery and store.
Plumper Pumpkin Patch - Portland, OR
Located on 65 acres of a former century dairy farm in Willamette Valley. Includes pumpkin flinging, farm animals, corn field maze, slides, obstacle course, string mazes, tire garden, pumpkin bowling (weekends) and play area. It is open for pumpkins from late September through Halloween. Admission for family and season passes available. Token attractions include corn cannon, slingshot, pumpkin cannons, barrel train rides and hayrides. Pony rides and face painting available at an additional cost. The farm is family owned and operated by the Kessinger family, who have lived there since 1993 and grown pumpkins since 1998. It is located at 11435 NW Old Cornelius Pass Rd., Portland, OR 97231. It is 13 miles northwest of downtown Portland.
Roloff Farms - Helvetia, OR
Pumpkin picking patch, wagon tours, pony rides and kids’ zone with play area and petting zoo. A 108 acre farm just outside Portland run by Matt and Amy Roloff from TLC/Discovery Channel’s Little People Big World. They are open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October.
Topaz Farm - Portland, OR
Formerly Kruger’s Farm Market is now Topaz Farm. A 150 acre working farm on Sauvie Island 12 miles from downtown Portland. U-pick pumpkins, hayrides and animal barn. The regular corn maze is open daily with an admission of $6 for ages 5 and up. On cabaret nights (Friday/Saturday in October), navigate the maze to reach an outdoor movie theater and live music performance area.