If you are looking for fall fun, check out these local farms with pumpkin patches, corn mazes and other seasonal activities and treats. Most have modified their operations for the pandemic to help families safely enjoy open air, pumpkins and the familiar comforts of fall.
We are updating this guide for 2020 as new information comes in. Before you head out, visit the farms’ websites for the latest information on hours, prices and COVID-related policies.
Check out the huge corn maze and pumpkin patch, plus enjoy other farm fun — like hayrides, a barn with lots of different animals, fresh produce, gift shop, Patio Cafe and more. Corn maze opens August 29; free hayrides to the pumpkin patch start Saturday, September 26 and then run daily in October. 16511 NW Gillihan Rd., Portland
Find your favorite pumpkin among acres of pumpkins. Ride a free hayride, and check out other family-friendly fall activities like a cow train, grain train, hay maze, duck races and farm animals. Corn maze opens August 24; daily pumpkin patch hayrides start September 26. 16205 NW Gillihan Rd., Portland
Get lost in the corn maze, take a hayride to one of four pumpkin fields, visit farm animals and shop at the well-stocked farm store. The corn maze features extra-wide, 12-foot pathways, plus a short, kid-friendly maze built into the larger one. Check their social media and website for their schedule for the grill and picnics, too. Corn maze opens September 7 (reservations required on Mondays); pumpkin patch hayrides start on weekends in October. 17100 NW Sauvie Island Rd., Portland
Wander through the corn maze, visit the goats, take a hayride tour, and enjoy more festive fun at this family farm. They have adjusted operations for Covid-19 with safety in mind. Opens October 2. 8433 NE Fazio Way, Portland
Purchase admission in advance to explore the pumpkin patch, farm store, playgrounds, hobbit house, corn maze, animals, walking loops and hay pyramid. Choose an entrance time in advance to ensure social distancing. Opens September 26. 11453 NW Old Cornelius Pass Rd., Portland
East of Portland/Hood River
Fun farm activities for all ages, including a corn maze, pumpkin bowling, and pumpkin patch. Admission must be purchased online in advance. Opens September 18. 3020 Thomsen Rd., Hood River
Fun activities, hayrides, pumpkins, room to run, farm fresh air, fall spirit and fresh donuts. See the farm’s chickens, goats, sheep and pigs. Reservations required through the website for social distancing. Opens October 2. 9880 SE Revenue Rd., Boring
Enjoy wide open spaces of farm living on 115 acres. Pet a goat, eat homemade goodies, load up on unique pumpkins and enjoy the farm. In lieu of tractor rides or the greenhouse play area, there’s a scenic walking trail across Dolan Creek with a surprise for the kids. Opens October 3. 13490 SE Orient Dr., Boring
Get lost in the corn maze, face off in the Great Corn Race for a chance to win a free pumpkin, and choose a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch. Purchase a 2-hour tour block online in advance. Opens September 18. 14050 SE Richey Rd., Boring
West of Portland
Purchase tickets in advance online for a new scenic trail walk and u-pick pumpkin experience. A self-guided, ¼-mile trail walk explores parts of the farm that previously have not been open to the public, ending in the pumpkin patch (pumpkins priced separately from admission). Opens October 2. 23985 NW Grossen Dr., Helvetia
South of Portland
Fall Fest at Triskelee Farm includes a farm tour, animal feeding, hay ride, pumpkin finger painting and bowling, scavenger hunt, and treats. Horse rides and adult beverages like beer, wine and mulled cider are available for an extra cost. Pre-purchased tickets required. October 24, 25 and 31.
Ride the Hoffman Farms Express Train (ADA accessible cars available) around the farm and pick pumpkins from the vine. Ten-acre corn maze, plus farm store with donuts, kettle corn and more. Opens September 23. 22242 SW Scholls Ferry Rd., Beaverton
This year Bauman Farms is going back to their roots with a simpler festival to ensure social distancing. Family fun activities include a large pumpkin patch, corn maze, animal barn, plus traditional treats like popcorn and donuts. Opens October 1. 12989 Howell Prairie Rd., Gervais
Ride The Pumpkin Run (a miniature train), check out the farm animals, visit the store for veggies, and pick your pumpkin at this sweet farm in Canby. Opens October 3. Check the website for the schedule for The Boo Train. 2512 N Holly, Canby
Purchase a wristband for a two-hour reservation on the farm: Enjoy the pumpkin patch (pumpkins are sold separately), corn maze, pig races, obstacle courses, pig barrel train rides and more. Opens October 3. 17673 French Prairie Rd., St. Paul
Lee Farms is a seventh-generation family farm with a pumpkin patch, farm animals, corn maze, hayrides, pony rides, jumping pad and more. Some activities are weekends only. Purchase admission online in advance as capacity is limited for social distancing. Opens September 18. 21975 SW 65th Ave., Tualatin
Pumpkin patch with many varieties of pumpkins, plus two corn mazes (including a smaller one for kids), photo props and food and drink. Opens October 1. 612 Whalen Rd., Woodland, WA
This year Pomeroy Farm is offering a drive-thru pumpkin lane. Enjoy the beloved pumpkin people & scenes from the comfort of your vehicle. There will be pumpkins for sale, but the patch will not be open for picking. Food trucks onsite, plus your favorite fall treats. Weekends in October. 20902 NE Lucia Falls Rd Yacolt, WA