U-Pick Pumpkin Patch
Weekdays & Saturdays
The patch is subject to change based on weather conditions and crop care.
How To Pick
What a great photo opportunity the pumpkin patch is during the fall. Come on out and experience U-pick at it’s finest with your family and friends!
Please check in at the store for instructions. When you return from picking, you can leave your pumpkins outside the store and come inside to pay.
There will be an attendant at the patch entrance. Just follow the signs to the pumpkin patch. You can pay in the patch on Saturdays with cash or credit card.
- Don’t forget the gourds, mums, Indian corn and other fall decor options at Fifer’s.
***We highly recommend bringing your own folding wagon or cart for easy pumpkin transport on busy Saturdays***
Fun For The Whole Family 🎃
The Country Store is stocked with fall fruits and veggies, strawberries, fresh apple cider, apple butter, local honey, apple cider doughnuts, fresh baked pies, unique specialty foods & fall decor items.
Important Notes & Tips
Wear Comfortable Shoes
Comfortable, closed toed shoes are recommended on the farm.
Most Areas Are Stroller Friendly, However...
Most areas are stroller friendly. We are a working farm with some unpaved, uneven walking surfaces.
Restrooms Are Available
Restrooms are available for customer use.
Sunscreen Is Recommended
Sunscreen is recommended. The sun can be sneaky, even during cloudy days.
Children Under 12
Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Fifer’s is a non-smoking campus. This includes e-cigarettes. Thank you.
We love pets, however…unless you have a service animal, please leave your pets at home when attending our festivals, experiencing our U-Pick crops and shopping at our Country Store. Food, children, and strange animals just don’t mix and Health Department regulations prohibit pets on our farm grounds. Thank you for your understanding.
***Please be aware that participation in all activities is entirely at your own risk.***
Other U-Pick Experiences
There’s fun for all ages! Enjoy the most of what the seasons have to offer.