Harvest season is upon us and Lee Farms is bringing back all of our fall farmyard favorites in 2020. This seventh generation family farm goes all out for the fall season with traditional attractions you know and love, as well as new activities designed with kids in mind.
The Lee Farms Fall Harvest Pumpkin Patch is taking place September 11 through October 31. This year, the farm has several new precautions in place to keep guests safe:
- Social distancing remains important and all guests are asked to remain a minimum of 6-feet from other guests and staff. When unable to please wear a mask.
- We are enhancing our timed-ticketing program to limit the total number of guests to a small fraction of our total capacity. NO tickets will be sold at the gate unless the time slots aren’t at capacity.
- Guests and staff are required to wear masks during arrival, transportation on the wagons, and when walking through the activities. You may, of course, remove your masks for picture taking.
- They will be sanitizing all activities on a regular schedule throughout the day and limiting the amount of people on each activity appropriately.
- Please plan to use the mobile ordering system for food service options. You will receive a text when your food is prepared to eliminate waiting in lines.
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Lee Farms Fall Harvest Pumpkin Patch Tickets
The Lee Farms Fall Harvest Pumpkin Patch has two ticket options available. There is an important distinction to make between the activities and general admission. There is a two-hour time limit on most of the activities, except for the pumpkin patch and corn maze. There is a dedicated activities portion of the farm so the distinction will be clear when you visit.
The farm will be open seven days a week: Monday-Friday from noon to 6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
All tickets are available for purchase online. Since the farm is reducing its capacity this year, it is important to plan your trip early. Here are all the details on the two ticket options:
For $10 per person, you'll get access to the hayrides, corn maze, play area, farm animals, parking and farm grounds. General admission tickets are required for ages 3 and up. A $1.50 procession fee is added to to each ticket purchase. No time limit is applied to this ticket option, but you will choose your visit time when buying tickets online.
For $22 per person, you'll access to the hayride, corn maze, farm animals and parking as well as two hours of access in the activities area, which includes the hay maze, slide, play area, tricycles, bounce pillow, jump pad and barrel wagon ride. A $1.50 procession fee is added to to each ticket purchase.
Tickets are on sale now. You'll be able to choose your day and start time on the ticketing page. Pony rides will be available onsite for an additional fee.
The Country Store will be open selling holiday decorations including more than 15 varieties of pumpkins and gourds, corn, straw bales and corn stocks. The store also has a selection of baked goods, apple cider, kettle corn and pumpkin doughnuts.
Lee Farms is located at 21975 SW 65th Ave. in Tualatin. Parking is free. No pets are allowed on the property.
For more information about the sunflower festival and to purchase your tickets, visit the Lee Farms website.
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