Corn Mazes, Pumpkins, and Hay Rides, Oh My!

We all know that Oregon is beautiful, but fall {sigh}, fall takes the cake.  There is tons of fun to be had at pumpkin patches that include corn mazes, hay rides, pumpkin chunkin’, and more.  Here is a little tour of some places you won’t want to miss!

ROSEBURG AREA

 

Brosi’s Sugar Tree Farms

Located in Winston enjoy the fun on this family owned farm at their Fall Festival.  Games, Corn Maze, Bounce House, Crafting, Hot Dogs and Treats.

MEDFORD

Whites Country Farm

They grow a variety of pumpkins and then host their Harvest Festival every weekend of the month of October.  U-Pick Pumpkin Patch, Corn Mazes, Hay Rides, Pumpkin Painting, Caramel Apples, Food Trucks, Live Music, and More!

Pheasant Fields Farm

Growing more than 50 varieties of pumpkin, Pheasant Fields is a working farm that comes alive in the harvest season.  Corn Maze, Hay Ride, Cow Train, Bounce House, Pear Shooting Gallery, U-Pick Pumpkins!

CENTRAL POINT

7 Oaks Farm

A working farm that is known for their corn!  They open their old-fashioned Pumpkin Patch the first Saturday of October and runs every weekend of October.  Hay Rides, Pumpkin Painting, Face Painting, Photo-ops, Dark Maze, Animal Viewing, and U-Pick Pumpkins.

ASHLAND

Valley View Nursery

During the month of October the nursery transforms into a place to enjoy all that the harvest season has to offer.  They offer a Jump House, Hay Stack, Bug Train, Hay Wagon Rides, Corn Maze, Berg Pedal Karts, Squirrel Mtn Slides, Apple Cannon.

KLAMATH FALLS

Adams Berries & Produce

Growing a variety of pumpkins this suburban farm offers a variety of produce also!

Cornelius Family Pumpkin Patch

A family run farm that grows Pumpkins and offers Gourds and Corn Stalks also!

GRANTS PASS

Fort Vannoy Farms

Celebrating the harvest season with a Corn Maze, Pumpkin Patch, Hay Rides, Pumpkin Chunker, Cannon Blaster, Cow Train, Monster Truck Rides, Zip Line, and ton’s more!

If you want to check out our experiences at many of these farms then head over to my blog What to do in Southern Oregon.  My family and I love fall and try to visit as many festivals and events that we can!  Happy Fall!