2022 Heirloom Pumpkin Patch

On the VINE – Heirloom Organic Pumpkin Patch – October weekends 2022

We will see you in October 2022 – weekends only for more Pumpkins on the Vine next year!  We appreciate all of you for bringing your families to visit us. We love seeing you year after year.

The farm opens at 9AM Saturdays & Sundays during October. The Parking Lot Closes at 3:30PM, and the farm closes at 5PM. Come experience what promises to be a glorious fall! Over 35 varieties of pumpkins and edible squash for you to select from. Plus hay wagon rides, face painting, Kids Zone with hay maize, and yummy food vendors with hard ciders, regular cider, elephant ears and the popular Grizzly Grill! Don’t forget to visit the HORSES! If you have your own carts feel free to bring them and skip the cart waiting line.


This is a family operated farm and it takes time and a healthy dose of patience to see everything. We appreciate all of you and want you to have time to have fun. We are not at all like the large commercial operations so we encourage you to bring your own wagons,carts, clippers/knives. Come enjoy your surroundings and the other wonderful people who are also seeking a bit of rural adventure. We are on our feet all day long and rarely have time for a break or food so honoring the 3:30 lot closure is good for everyone. You are the best Pumpkin Hunters and we appreciate all of you! Thank you for making us part of your family tradition.

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$10.00 entry fee includes FREE HAY WAGON RIDES (weather permitting), Parking, Farm & Barn entry, Kids Play Zone & Hay Maze, Picnic Tables, Horse Viewing, Handwashing Stations. COWBOY SECURITY on Horseback. MASKS Required. (Pumpkins extra)

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Outside Vendors include Grizzly Grill Food Truck, face painting, ciders, elephant ears, tamales, music – note not all vendors are there all days.

  • Covid rules, masks, and safe distancing in effect.*

*COPING WITH COVID during Pumpkin Harvest Festival, October weekends, 9-5. This is a family event, and as always, safety is a concern. Masks are required in structures, the animal barn, and on hay rides. Masks are also required outside where ever Social Distancing can not be maintained – Please respect Social Distancing in fields and use good judgement. We have hand washing stations, hand and cart self-sanitizing stations, pumpkin washing area, and a separate line for cash transactions. We are a Smoke-Free Family Farm. No Dogs Please. Do not bring food or alcohol from home – Food and adult beverages are available at the farm. If you take issue with any of the above or are concerned about being around others in public, do not visit our farm this year and we will hope to see you in 2022. Thank you for understanding these measures are for everyone’s safety and are necessary for this event to take place.

There are lots of great images on our Historic Kirchem Farm FaceBook page!   

Thank you ~ Reg & Cher Tollefson

We had the planting bug here at the Historic Kirchem Farm! Fresh saved heirloom organic seeds stared at us while the calendar was consulted. We were fortunate to also find a few new heirloom seed varieties. Don’t you love the Blue Moon and Baby Boo Pumpkins? Cinderella and Fairytale Pumpkins are amazing too!

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Pumpkins! They make us smile.

We smile when . . .

we plant our pumpkins, while we watch them grow, when we harvest the field, as people cart them home, when we carve and decorate them, and especially as we eat delicious pumpkin pies!

This year our pumpkins are very special.

Who knew pumpkins could do such wonderful things?

Visit us at the Historic Kirchem Farm Heirloom Pumpkin Patch weekends only, 9-5

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