Roca Berry Farm has been harvesting memories since 1980, What started as a small pumpkin and berry farm has grown to a local tourist attraction and must-see entertainment destination for families throughout southeast Nebraska. Home to the oldest and largest pumpkin patch in Lancaster County, kids of all ages enjoy picking out the perfect pumpkin for a jack-o-lantern or a home decoration. Thousands of hours of training and preparation by dozens of workers help Roca Berry Farm get ready to entertain for the fall season. Through the years as the success of the farm grew, Roca Berry Farm evolved to feature Roca Scary Farm at night, building a following among teens and adults who chase after the thrill of haunted houses and Halloween-season horror.
We invite you to join us at the farm this fall – whether you come out for the daytime activities or the Scary Farm, let us know about your experience! Thank you for becoming part of the Roca Berry Farm family!
GETTING TO THE FARM
The preferred way to get to the farm, is from the west entering Roca from the Crete Exit on Highway 77. Entering Roca from the east off 54th St., simply follow Main St. to A St. (Roca Tavern) and turn right. PLEASE drive slow and respect our neighbors privacy.
(Please note Google will ask you to take B St. to the Farm, please use A St. to avoid going through the neighborhood.)
But just in case, we’ve included a map and directions to the farm:
- Begin your journey to by taking one of five streets (27th, 40th, 56th, 70th or 84th streets) that lead south out of Lincoln to Saltillo Road.
- Head over to 54th Street and turn south.
- Follow it until you come to a cemetery on your right.
- Turn right onto Roca Road and follow it through town to the grain elevator and the Roca Tavern. Turn left on A St. and head south a short distance.
- At the “T” in the road, (the ballpark will be on your left) turn right and go over the railroad tracks.
- Follow the gravel road for about ¾ of a mile. You will see our sign at the front driveway!
- Be careful entering our driveway as it intersects the Homestead Bike Trail.
BIKING TO ROCA BERRY FARM
We are fortunate to have a wonderful trail system in Lincoln and the surrounding area. You can easily ride packed trails all the way to the pumpkin patch or you can park at the Homestead Trailhead on Highway 33 on the west side of Roca. Ride south to Roca Berry Farm and come on up to the farm. You can lock your bikes to the fence near the front gate and enjoy your day at the farm. For all the great trails that are available to you, visit the Great Plains Trail Network and download their map.