Top 8 Pumpkin Patches in or near Portland (tried and tested)

I love Portland in the Fall, home to great outdoor activities, such as seeing the seasonal foliage, visiting an apple orchard, and….pumpkin picking! Whether you’re looking for a perfect jack-o-lantern to decorate your porch on Halloween or craving a nicely cooked stuffed pumpkin, you’ll find pumpkins everywhere in Portland during autumn. The city boasts several pumpkin patches where you can go pumpkin picking with family, friends, or your partner. I’ve visited them all, so here are my personal favorite pumpkin patches in or near Portland, Oregon…

Our Top 3 Pumpkin Patches
The Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island l Global Grasshopper – travel inspiration for the road less travelled
Best For Unique Gift Shop
The Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island
Fazio Farms Corn Maze l Global Grasshopper – travel inspiration for the road less travelled
Best For Corn Maze
Fazio Farms Corn Maze
Bella Organic Farm l Global Grasshopper – travel inspiration for the road less travelled
Best For Delicious Gyros
Bella Organic Farm
Best For Unique Gift Shop

The Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island

Sauvie Island Pumpkin Patch

I’m a big fan of this seasonal family farm which features a pumpkin patch, a produce market, specialty food booths, a gift shop, a cafe, a corn maze, a cow train, and a free hayride. If you are looking for the perfect fall photo-op, The Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island is the best place to visit during the Fall. 

As you wander the farm, you come across plenty of spots to snap the perfect autumn shot. Located on Gillihan Road in Northwest Portland, The Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island features over 50 fresh crops, grass-fed beef, and a wide range of products from the local region. 

I would recommend trekking through the maize pathways in close-toed shoes and grabbing a harvest, pumpkin-themed beer at the Patio Cafe. The seasonal farm is open to the public from June to October yearly. 


Free carrots to feed resident cows

Lots of reasonable food options

Strawberry picking and a fun corn maze ride


It is slightly noisy during peak hours

Crowded most of the time

Best For Corn Maze

Fazio Farms Corn Maze

Fazio Farms Corn Maze Pumpkins

A family-run farm featuring a pumpkin patch, corn maze, produce market, and snack shack. From pumpkin picking to pumpkin slingshots to scarecrow making, the farm has plenty of activities to make your weekends more joyous in autumn. 

The most challenging thing to do here is hiking the corn maze. I would also suggest grabbing something from the snack shack, and you get yourself through the maze. They sell popcorn, candy, and other ready-to-eat snacks and drinks. At the produce tent, you can purchase squash, gourds, pickles, and corn stalks, among other fresh agricultural products.

The farm is open to the public Mondays through Fridays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. On weekends, the farm opens at 8 a.m. and provides eight extra hours of fun. 


Less crowded before noon

Family-friendly with a huge corn maze

Wide variety of pumpkins and squash

Owned and run by a family


Prices not labeled

Slightly expensive

Minor service concerns

Best For Delicious Gyros

Bella Organic Farm

Bella Organic Farm Pumpkin patch

A family-run seasonal organic farm featuring a pumpkin patch, produce market, seasonal u-pick, corn maze, and winery. Located on Gillihan in Northwest Portland, Bella Organic Farm offers many fun activities for kids, such as free hayrides, easter egg hunting, pumpkin picking, and trekking the maze. 

The corn maze at Bella Organic Farm spans three acres and is haunted by ghastly figures every Friday and Saturday in October.

The farmer’s market offers Bella Organic wines and hard cider, caramel corn and Hopworks brews, burgers, gyros, and various other seasonal treats. The farm is open Fridays through Sundays between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. from May to November. 


Freshly produced jams and wines

Fantastic organic merch store and petting zoo

Eating area with picnic benches for families

Berry picking in summers


Can be expensive

Cash payments only

Best For Live Music

Topaz Farm

Topaz Farm Pumpkin Patch

Located on Sauvie Island in Northwest Portland, Topaz Farm is an extensive farm featuring a farmer’s market, seasonal corn maze, and farm-to-table grill. At Topaz Farm, you can experience the true joy of autumn with wood-fired pizza, steaming cups of cider, and exciting hayrides. 

You can attend harvest festivals at Topaz Farm all October long. They host cabaret performances, concerts, and fire dances. I would suggest eating farm-fresh food under the stars while listening to live music at Topaz Farm for a fun day out! 


Reasonable food and pumpkins

Different kinds of pumpkins and gourds

Organic produce and fresh food store

Great venue for concerts


Entrance charges apply

Closed on Monday and Tuesday

Corn maze too dark

Best For Fresh Corn-on-the-cob

Mr. Trees Pumpkin Patch

Mr. Tree's Pumpkin Patch

A small pumpkin patch offering up bountiful autumn delights 15 miles from Portland. It is a family-friendly spot featuring hayrides, a bouncy house, a corn maze, a pumpkin slingshot, and a kids’ pyramid. 

The pumpkin patch features pumpkins of various shapes and sizes. While the spot may lack the atmosphere of the fall glory, boredom is not an option here. Mr. Tree’s Pumpkin Patch is open all October from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. 


Fun bouncy house and haystack pyramid

Short and exciting corn maze with no entry fee

On-site food cart truck and free hayrides


Accepting cash only

Slightly elevated pricing

Best For Pumpkin Donuts

Plumper Pumpkin Patch & Tree Farm

Plumper Pumpkin Patch & Tree Farm

Plumper Pumpkin Patch & Tree Farm is a family-owned pumpkin patch covering 65 acres of undulating Northwest Portland hills with picturesque views of the Willamette River. 

The farm is packed with family fun, featuring a corn maze, hayrides, tube slides, pony rides, a hobbit house, wagon rides, a fallow field, and a play area for children. At Plumper Pumpkin Patch & Tree Farm, you’ll find 25 different types of pumpkins, five types of Christmas trees, and a variety of produce, including gourds and squashes. 

The pumpkin patch is open Wednesdays through Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. You can visit the farm for animals all week long. Their season begins on 25th September and continues till Christmas. 


Different varieties of pumpkins

Animal Farm is open all week long

BBQ tents and many food options

Pig races and shooter games


Mostly crowdy

Slightly disorganized

Not too budget-friendly

Best For Fir Point Sandwiches

Fir Point Farms

Fir Point Farms near Portland

A delicatessen on Arndt Road in Aurora, 20 miles from Portland. Whether you want to pick pumpkins for Halloween, visit farm animals, or hike the corn maze, the working farm has many activities to keep you busy. 

The family-friendly spot features plenty of picnic space and is open throughout the season without any admission fee. You can spend an entire day at Fir Point Farms feeding the resident bunnies, tree-climbing pygmy goats, miniature horses, and turkeys. 

The produce market of Fir Point Farms offers the freshest selection of produce by local growers. From autumn apples to summer peaches to early strawberries, you’ll get the best produce at their farmer’s market. 


Play volleyball nets and tether ball

Delicious and freshly made food

Recommended for fruits/veggies/treats

Fresh apple cider and kettle corn


Crowdy at times

Noisy because of the crowd

Best For Annual Pumpkin Festivities

Roloff Farms

Roloff Farms Portland

Roloff Farms is a pumpkin patch located about 15 miles west of Portland. The family-friendly spot features various agritainment activities for all ages, including pumpkin slingshots, pony rides, train rides, face painting, scenic trail walk, a wagon tour, and putt-putt golf. 

At Roloff Farms, you’ll find many pumpkins, colorful gourds, and other fresh produce. Delicious food and treats are also available at different spots along the trail. Roloff Farms is open to the public all of October from Friday to Sunday. 


Spooky trails in the forest

Reasonable entry-fee

Tram ride and a fantastic petting zoo

Garage game room

Fun fire pit seating area


Slightly small pumpkin patch

Slight parking concerns noticed

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