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“To inspire, entertain, and cultivate family through unique, fun experiences.”
Expect year round fun at Lemos Farm. Our farm continuously transforms to fit each season, but our most exciting time on the farm is during October. We host an amazing Pumpkin Patch in the Fall each year that brings out thousands of families. We have a live band, halloween themed festivities, and lots of pumpkins.
Get to know the Lemos Family
Lemos Farm has been around since 1942, but is far different today than when Frank Lemos first moved here from San Francisco. The story goes something like this... Back in the 40’s, a gentleman owed Lemos money, but not having any he gave him a cow instead. That cow had a calf, so Frank decided to buy a few more. This led to him buying some land for the cows, and that friends, is how Lemos Farm was born.
During the ‘60s, the ranch was rented as horse property and in 1979 Arnold Lemos and his son Bob Lemos began planting Christmas Trees. When 1980 hit, the Lemos family decided to get into the Pumpkin Patch business. To stand out, Arnold and Bob brought in ponies and a haunted house. Many other fun attractions have been added to the farm since then. Today, the farm is ran by Bob Lemos, his wife Andrea, and their two sons, Frank and Joey Lemos.
The Painted Horse
Ol’ Paint is our family’s horse statue out front Lemos Farm greeting all who travel the 92 with a welcoming gesture as they drive into Half Moon Bay. We originally started painting him just three different themes - Halloween, Christmas and a year-round theme from January to August, but for the last 15 years Ol’ Paint has changed his theme on a monthly basis to reflect a different holiday or season.
In total, Ol’ Paint has been painted over 230 times to bring joy to all who journey through our little town. He’s a sight for sore eyes that’s loved by many. So the next time you’re driving down the 92, don’t forget to flash a smile at good Ol’ Paint.