The 2021 Guide to Portland-Area Pumpkin Patches

Two pumpkins with falling leaves

The kids are back in school and summer weather is no more. But there’s no need to fret. Soon enough apple cider, hayrides, bonfires, and the copious use of cinnamon will signal the glorious arrival of fall.

As the air starts feeling a bit crisp and the leaves begin to turn, we’re all excited to start celebrating the impending autumn season. What’s on every family’s fall bucket list? Visiting a pumpkin patch of course! With good eats, games, and adorable photos, it’s easy to tell why we love the annual pilgrimage to our favorite patch.

Portland Mom Collective has put together a full list of local pumpkin patches, divided by those to the north, south, east, and west (see below and check out the online map!).

A Few Pumpkin Patch Tips:

  • If you can go on a weekday, do it! It will be much less crowded, and the farms often have weekday pricing. With that in mind, there are usually fewer “activities” during the week, so weigh out the pros/cons beforehand.
  • Remember these are working farms! Common sense prevails and kiddos need supervision. Many have heavy equipment and live animals. You don’t want your child to end up in a pig pen!
  • We know you want those adorable pumpkin pictures, but keep in mind part of the fun of a farm is getting a little dirt on your hands…and clothes. Depending on the weather, it can get both muddy and HOT in those patches. So dress in layers, and be prepared with boots and raincoats! Seasoned moms bring towels and a change of clothes just in case.
  • This guide has been updated for 2021, but considering the ever-changing nature of life these days, please check all COVID-safety protocols beforehand on the farms’ websites.
  • Many pumpkin patches open for the season the last weekend of September or the first weekend of October — check days/hours before you go!
Logo of apples for Oregon Heritage Farms for the Portland Pumpkin Patch Guide

All things apples! Offering farm family fun centered around apples and a quaint pumpkin patch, Oregon Heritage Farms is a must-do stop for your fall adventures.

Kids will love the animals and adults will love the farm fresh apples and freshly pressed cider.

22801 SW Scholls Ferry Rd
Hillsboro OR 97123

(503) 628-APPL

To the North

Fazio Farm

9028 NE 13th Ave (Portland)
​(503) 289-2020

Bella Organic

16205 NW Gillihan Rd. (Portland)

Topaz Farm

17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd. (Portland)
(503) 621-3489

The Pumpkin Patch

16511 NW Gillihan Rd (Portland)
(503) 621-3874

Vancouver Pumpkin Patch

18905 NE 83rd St (Vancouver)
(360) 892-0434

Bi-Zi Farms

9504 NE 119th St (Vancouver)
(360) 574-9119

Pomeroy Farm

20902 NE Lucia Falls Road (Yacolt, WA)
(360) 686-3537

To the East

Liepold Farms

14050 SE Richey Road (Boring)
(503) 913-3033

Bushue’s Family Farm

9880 SE Revenue Rd (Boring)
(503) 307-6074

Packer Orchards

3020 Thomsen Road (Hood River)
(541) 234-4481

Historic Kirchem Farm

19723 S Bakers Ferry Rd (Oregon City)
(503) 539-8602

To the South

Papa’s Pumpkin Patch

20345 SW Scholls Sherwood Rd (Sherwood)
(503) 318-2383

Red Berry Barn

19200 SW Chapman Rd (Sherwood)
(503) 925-1700

Flower Farmer

2512 N Holly St (Canby)
(503) 266-3581

Bauman’s Farm & Garden

12989 Howell Prairie Rd NE (Gervais)
(503) 792-3524

French Prairie Gardens

17673 French Prairie Rd (St. Paul)
(503) 633-8445

Lee Farms

21975 SW 65th Ave (Tualatin)
(503) 638-1869

Fir Point Farms

14601 Arndt Road (Aurora)
(503) 678-2455

To the West

Plumper Pumpkin & Tree Farm

11435 NW Old Cornelius Pass Rd (Portland)
(503) 645-9561

Roloff Farm

23985 NW Grossen Dr (Hillsboro)
(503) 647-2899

Hoffman Farms Store

22242 SW Scholls Ferry Rd (Beaverton)
(503) 628-5418

Oregon Heritage Farms

22801 SW Scholls Ferry Rd (Hillsboro)

Did we miss your favorite pumpkin patch?
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