We grow more than 60 varieties of pumpkins, squash and gourds in every shape, size and color. In fact, we have so many, they fill up 8 miles of rows! It takes 10 family members and friends to plant nearly 20,000 pumpkin seeds, and we usually do it in just two days.
With so much to choose from, some guests take one of our famous hayrides and horse-drawn farm tours to scan the selections first. Others just dive in and start picking their pumpkin.
Make sure you have your camera ready when the kids go running through the field; our pumpkins make great photo props!
Pumpkins are 60¢/pound, with a cap price of $18 for the biggest ones.
Pick-your-own winter squash for $1.29/pound.
How to pick a pumpkin
Choose a style and size that fits your taste or project.
Orange pumpkins will finish ripening even after they’re picked, so don’t worry if the pumpkin you want still has some green on it.
Break your pumpkin off near the vine to save the “handle.” An undamaged pumpkin with an intact handle can last for months inside your house.
Hold and carry it from beneath so the stem doesn’t break.
Then, carve a jack-o-lantern, toast the seeds, or cook your pumpkin for a delicious treat! Cinderella pumpkins are particularly good for baking.