The Pumpkin Patch, a third-generation family farm, practices sustainable agriculture on Sauvie Island. We are GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) certified and have received USDA certification for our organic strawberries.
Produce grown and sold at The Pumpkin Patch carries theses certifications as a commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility in pest and disease management, soil and water conservation, wildlife habitat biodiversity conservation, as well as safe & fair working conditions. We use many green energy practices on the farm.
Food safety is an integral part of our entire operation and taken very seriously. We are committed to producing safe products through the use of Good Agriculture Practices standard food safety procedures that are audited by the USDA on a yearly basis.
You’ll find Pumpkin Patch produce under our wholesale name “Delta Farms”.
A bountiful Market is full of fresh fruits, vegetables, and goodies from our own farm, other Sauvie Island farmers or local area farmers. The Pumpkin Cottage Giftshop is open daily with treasures, souvenirs, more goodies, specialty gifts every one of all ages, as well as pumpkin items galore! Our Patio Cafe is open weekends June – September and every day in October. Our Big Red Animal Barn is open daily June-October. And come get lost! In Portland’s Original Corn Maize open daily September-October. Lastly, ride the Cow Train weekends in October.
FREE October activities include the Animal Barn, the Giant Hay Maze, the Giant Hay Pyramid, and the daily hayrides to the pumpkin fields.
Due to food safety restrictions and our USDA certification, we do not allow pets on our farm.
Yes! We take credit cards and debit cards at all of our cashier locations as well as EBT and green produce vouchers. As always, we will gladly accept cash. We also have an ATM available onsite if you need it.
We never charge a fee to park on our farm or to enter the farm.
You only pay for what you choose to buy or participate in. We have limited handicapped parking and in October with drive through loading zones for pumpkins and groceries.
You are welcome to enjoy a party here on our farm.
We do not provide any birthday packages or reserved
spaces, seating, or tables. All tables in the picnic area are first-come, first-served. All group information is available on our group page on our website.
Traditional pumpkin prices are as follows:
0-9 lbs = $4.00
10-19 lbs = $6.00
20-29 lbs = $8.00
30+ lbs = $12.00
*We also grow specialty pumpkins at various prices. Mini pumpkins, Moon pumpkins, Porcelain Doll, Cinderella, One-Too-Many, Hooligan, Casparita, Wee-B-Littles. All range from .1.00 (minis) to $25 (moon). Visit our farm to see our selection!
We no longer do formal October field trips. Instead, we invite groups to come on their own timeframe and enjoy the activities they prefer!
These activities are free daily: Hayrides (10 am to 5:45 pm) and the Big Red Animal Barn (all 9-6 daily).
The Maize (10 am to 6 pm) offers group rates for the groups that choose to get lost in Portland's original corn maze.
As for pumpkin picking, groups can take the free ride to view the large pumpkins or to pick them. Prices range from $4-$12 per pumpkin.
Or groups can choose to walk to our smaller field of child-sized ($4) pumpkins.
Sorry, we do not provide a covered lunch area but groups can eat on our grass areas.
OCTOBER HOURS: Open Daily.
~Free Hayrides 10am to 5:45 pm.
~ Market 9 am to 6 pm. Fri/Sat nights until 8 pm.
~The Animal Barn 9 am to 6 pm.
~The Pumpkin Cottage Giftshop 10 am to 6 pm.
~The Patio Cafe and Pumpkin Perk Coffee 10 am to 6 pm, Fri/Sat nights until 10 pm.
~The Maize. 10 am to 6 pm. Fri/Sat nights until 10 pm.
OCTOBER WEEKENDS ONLY:
~Specialty Food Booths 10 am to 6 pm.
JUNE-SEPTEMBER: Open Daily. M-Thurs 9-5 pm. F-Sun 9-6 pm.
~The Animal Barn
~The Pumpkin Cottage Giftshop
~The Patio Cafe and Pumpkin Perk Coffee 9 am to 6 pm Friday, Saturday, Sundays.