Updated: Sep 24
It’s our busiest time of year at Lemos Farm – and our favorite time of year too! Just like we have every year since the early 1980s, we’re transforming the Farm into a Pumpkin Patch for September and October.
Every year at this time, Lemos Farm becomes a Halloween wonderland of spooky decorations, fun attractions, and of course… pumpkins!
There are so many things you can do at the Lemos Farm Pumpkin Patch. You can ride on the ghost train while you eat some pumpkin ice cream or enjoy a hayride with a delicious slice of pumpkin pie. You can visit our Haunted House – either the scary or the non-scary version. You can treat yourself to a chunk of our award-winning pumpkin bread. You can choose a pumpkin of your own from our pumpkin farm – small, medium, and large pumpkins are available!
Of course, we do have to take some extra precautions this year due to COVID-19. The most important thing to us is making sure all our guests stay safe and can enjoy their visit without any worries.
To allow proper social distancing and keep everyone safe, we’re requiring all weekend visitors to the Lemos Farm Pumpkin Patch to purchase a pass ahead of time and select a morning (9 a.m. – 1 p.m.) or afternoon (1 p.m. – 5 p.m.) time slot for your visit. Weekday pumpkin pickers and guests under 14 months of age will not have to purchase a pass. Visitors in the month of September receive a 10% discount. Review our safety guidelines before your visit and remember to wear your masks!
The Lemos Farm Pumpkin Patch may be a little different this year, but we’re still here and we’re still a great way to celebrate the season with the people you love!