Harvest Events & Festivals Coming to Tualatin Valley This Fall
Fall festival season is (finally) here, and we’re excited to give you a preview of the events and festivals that are happening in the coming months. It’s that time of year when several farms open their pumpkin patches and apple orchards for a bevy of harvest-time fun. The following are some of the must-visit destination farms during pumpkin season.
Lee Farms’ annual Fall Harvest Pumpkin Patch Festival runs through October 31st. The festival features hayrides, corn maze, barrel wagon rides and access to the pumpkin patch. (Tickets are $12 and $24; ages 2 and under free with adult purchase)
Plumper Pumpkin Patch & Tree Farm offers a bundle of family-friendly fall activities through October. Explore the pumpkin patch, take a barrel train ride and hayride, nosh on hand-dipped caramel apples, shop for homemade jams and honey, and so much more. (Admission: $12+)
From September 25th to October 31st, the Red Berry Barn becomes a fall wonderland during its Fall Festival. Enjoy fun activities for the whole family including a pumpkin patch and 5-acre corn maze at Red Berry Barn. Pick the perfect pumpkin, get some seasonal décor and take a homemade pie home for later. (Admission is $15 for kids, $8 for adults and $8 before noon)
Roloff Farms, home of the Roloff family made famous by the television series “Little People, Big World,” opens its farm to the public during pumpkin season. Throughout October, enjoy the pumpkin patch and scenic trail walk around the grounds. (Admission is $24 per person, 3 years of age and older)
Oregon Heritage Farms celebrates autumn with its freshly picked apples, apple cider donuts and apple cider slushies. Don’t miss the annual Apple Fest (held in mid-October), which features live country music, face painting, kids activities and more. The farm also has animals you can visit and a pumpkin patch where you can pick up gourds and decorations. (Admission is free)
From apples to pumpkins, Tualatin Valley is the place to be for fall farm harvest activities and fun for all ages.
(All events are subject to cancellation or change without notice.)
Discover the phantoms of the Tualatin Valley! Our foggy territory is haunting grounds for not-so-scary ghosts in places like the McMenamins Grand Lodge.
From the classic pumpkin spice to fun twists on other fall flavors, Tualatin Valley’s coffee shops, bars and bakeries are turning out plenty of tasty seasonal treats.
In the Tualatin Valley, an apple a day is definitely a part of your fall getaway. Discover our farms, markets and orchards for fresh apples and apple goodies.