Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes for Portland, Oregon

Pumpkin Patches and Corn Mazes for Portland, Oregon

Pumpkin patches, hayrides, corn mazes, and candy apples? Yup, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a comprehensive list of pumpkin patches in the metro Portland area and nearby cities. Note: the list was updated September 24, 2012. However, you should still call (or follow the link to the farm’s website) to double check the information before you go. They may close, run out or change events, times, etc. Have a great and safe time!

Baggenstos Farm
15801 SW Roy Rogers Rd. Sherwood, 503.590.4301
Now through October 31st
Pumpkin patch, hayrides, animals., pumpkin bowling, hay house, hay maze, and corn maze. Open Monday-Thursday 9am – 6pm, Friday and Saturday 9am – 9:30pm, Sunday 9:30am – 5pm. Corn maze costs $6 for ages 13 and up, $4 for 5-12, and free for under 5. Some, but not all, pumpkin patch activities are free. Check website for breakdown.

Bauman Farms
12989 Howell Prairie Rd, Gervais, 503.792.3524
Now through October 31st
Pumpkin weigh-off, kids zone, maze, slide, obstacle course, wagon rides, animals, slides, swing, wall climbing, and scavenger hunt. The Weekday Activity Sticker costs $7 for children ages 3+. A Weekend Activity Band costs $14 for 3+.

Bella Organic Portland Pumpkin Farm
16205 NW Gillihan Rd., Portland, 503.621.9545
Now through October 31st
Acres of pumpkins and many already-picked pumpkins. The activities at the farm include an Oregon Ducks corn maze, haunted maze (Friday and Saturday from 6pm to 10pm), cow train, free hay rides, free hay maze, bounce castle, food cart fare, Bella Organic Produce Market, and more. The Corn Maze is $7 for ages 13 and up, $5 for ages 6-12 and seniors, and free for ages 5 and under. Coupons available online. Right now you can spend $25 on produce and get a free Blackberry Bluegrass and Country Festival ticket.

Bi-Zi Farm
9504 NE 119th St, Vancouver, 360.574.9119
Now through October 28th
Pumpkin patch, corn maze, tractor pull, petting zoo, duck races, pumpkin launch, straw bale pyramid, music, pony rides, face painting, and corn crib. Opens Fridays 2pm – 5:30pm, and Saturday and Sunday 10am – 5:30pm. Costs $8 per person, 2 years and under are free. One free hot drink per admission and free apple cider sampling.

Bushue’s Family Farm Market and Nursery
9880 SE Revenue Rd, Boring OR, 503.663.6709
Opens starting on October 6th
Hayrides, hay maze, pig train rides, dirt babies, and farm animals. Most activities are $2 (prices will be posted on their site soon).

Fazio Farms
8433 NE 13th Ave, Portland, 503.289.2020
Now through October 31st
Crafts, kid activities, hay ride, hay pyramid, bouncy slide, corn maze, pony rides, pumpkins, and tractor rides. There is no cover charge for the festival and there is plenty of free parking. The maze costs $8 for ages 13 and up, $5 for ages 5-12, and free under 5. Some activities also cost $1-$5. Open 10am – 8pm Sunday through Thursday 10am – 8pm, and 10am – 10pm Friday and Saturday.

Fir Point Farms
14601 Arndt Rd, Aurora, 503.678.2455
Now through October 31st
Hazel’s Nut House, Dark Hay Maze ends with Giant Slide, Noah’s Ark-Free Bouncy House, 1 shot Pony Ride, Tractor Hay Ride, Corn Maze, Kids Zone, Barrel Train, Dark Maze and Kid’s games. Activities every weekend. Saturday-Sunday 10am – 5pm. Activity tickets are $1 each or 25 tickets for $20.00. Free admission and parking.

Flower Farmer
2512 N. Holly, Canby, 503.266.3581
Now through October 31st
Boo train, hay pyramid, pumpkin patch, and animals. Train tickets are $6 for adults (ages 13-64), $4 for seniors over 65 and children 2 to 12 years of age. Free for kids under 2. Hours are 10am – 6pm.

French Prairie Gardens
17673 French Prairie Rd., St. Paul,503.633.8445
Now through October 31st
Pumpkin patch, hayrides, hay maze, two acre corn maze, farm animal display, obstacle course, toddler hay maze, toddler tricycle races, kids corral, chicken coop with observation window, two 20 foot hay slides, and Tonka toddler dirt play area. $5.99 per person Tuesday-Friday, $8.99 per person Saturday and Sunday. Family 4 pack is $33.99 (includes 4 admission). Kids one and under are free. Additional charge for some activities. Tickets are $1 each, $10 for a packet of 12 tickets, $20 for a packet of 25 tickets.

Kruger’s Farm
17100 NW Sauvie Island Road, Portland, 503.621.3489
Now through October 31st
Corn maze, hay rides, and pumpkin patch. Hours are Monday-Thursday 9am – 6pm, Friday-Saturday 9am – 10pm, Sunday 9am – 8pm. Cost is $6 (free for ages 4 and under). One free kid’s maze ticket (ages 6-13) with the purchase of each adult ticket.

Lake View Farms
32055 NW North Ave, North Plains, 503.647.2336
Now through October 30th
Daily pumpkins, train ride, boat ride, paddle boat, face painting, corn maze, animals, and gift shop. Weekends include caterpillar rides, pony rides, and face painting. Open Monday-Saturday 9am – 5pm, and Sunday 10am – 5pm. Cost is $4 to ride on the boat and train. $2 for the caterpillar ride. Corn maze is $5 per person, or $1 per year up to age 5.

Lee Farms
21975 SW 65th Ave, Tualatin, 503.638.1869
Now through October 31st
Pumpkin patch, farm animals, petting zoo, hay maze, hayrides, pony rides, Ferris wheel, bouncy house, barrel wagon ride, and giant slide. Opens weekdays 12 noon – 6pm, weekends 9am – 6pm. Most activities require tickets ($1 each).

Liepold Farms
14480 SE Richey Rd., Boring, 503.663.3442
Now through October 31st
Corn maze, pumpkin-pult, pumpkin decorating, kiddy maze, farm animals, hayrides, tractors, corn bids, pre-school hide and seek zone, tricycle race, pony rides (weekends only), and children’s pavilion. Opens everyday 9am – 5pm. Corn maze is $5 kids for ages 3-10, and $7 for adults. $1 and up fee for most other activities.

Plumper Pumpkins
11435 NW Old Cornelius Pass Rd, Portland, 503.645.9561
Now through October 31st
Corn maze, hay rides, pumpkin patch, animals, slides, pony rides, and games. No charge to visit the farm. However, an activity pass costs $6 for Monday-Friday, and $10 for weekends. A family pass is also available for $40 (up to 6 in immediate family). Weekends include Pumpkin Cannon & Trebuchet, Pony Rides, Barrel Train, Sling Shots, Corn Cannon and Hayrides. Babies under 12 months old are free. Open 9 am to 5:30 pm.

Rasmussen Farms
3020 Thomsen Rd., Hood River, 541.386.4622
Now through mid November
Cornstalk maze, gourd central, pumpkin bowling, Halloween hut, nationally voted as one of the eleven best places in the US for Halloween, and wheel-chair accessible. Opens 9am – 6pm. Admission is free.

Roloff Farm
23985 NW Grossen Dr, Helvetia, Oregon
Now through October 28th
Pumpkin patch, hay pyramid, tee pee play zone, petting zoo, pumpkin fun house, wild animals (like tigers), giant slide, pony rides, and face painting. Opens Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10am – 6pm. Admission to the Pumpkin Patch is free. The pumpkin fun house, petting zoo, giant hay pyramid, kids tee pee play zone, and walk on the wild side are also free. However, it costs $2 per car to park. $5 for bus and $10 for wagon tours.

The MAiZE
16511 NW Gillihan Loop Rd, Portland, 503.621.3874 (pumpkin patch), 503.621.7110 (MAiZE)
Now through October 31st
Maze, haunted corn field, hayrides, cow trains ride, bonfire, kids giant slide, hay climbing pyramid, pumpkin patch, and animals. Portland Maze opens Sunday-Thursday 10am – 6pm, and Friday-Saturday (and October 31st) 10am – 10pm. The Haunted Maze is open 7pm – 10pm on the same days as Portland Maze hours. Maize admission is free for kids under 5, $5 for ages 6-12 and seniors, and $7 for ages 13 and up. Haunted maize is $10. Coupon available online.

Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm
33814 S Meridian Rd., Woodburn, 800.711.2006
Now through October 31st
Duck races, horse swings, paintball gallery, corn maze, hay maze, pumpkin patch, pumpkin cannon, cow train, activity tables, hay rides, archery, hay pile, slides, and tube ride. Opens 10am – 6pm daily. Costs $7 for 13+, $6 for ages 5-12, and free for 4 and under. There is a $7 haunting fee for ages 5+.

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