Why a pumpkin patch?
Fall is in the air! Our favorite time of year. What a better way to bring families together than playing outdoors in the cool crisp air. Picking pumpkins with family is an amazing experience. Losing one another in a corn maze is just a bonus.
It's beginning to look like a county fair out here! A bountiful produce market full of pumpkins and gourds as well as pumpkin carving kits, fall decor (cornstalks, and hay bales), and other goodies. The concession is open on the weekends during fall and serves cold drinks, popcorn, cotton candy, candy bars, chips, fresh baked cookies, and an assortment of candy. This year we will add home-baked goods. I have been known to make a signature pumpkin chocolate chip muffin that even tastes wonderful after it is frozen and reheated. You can also purchase farm fresh eggs and USDA approved beef and lamb from our concession. Our beef is locally raised with our other business Wofford Cattle. Locally raised beef and lamb in our opinion tastes amazing.
Another wonderful addition we have at the pumpkin patch is our bee's. We have several Italian hives. We have also captured several wild swarms which has brought us up to three working hives. We have fresh honey this season. Get yours before it is gone. While in the concession check our new fall t-shirts.
What is new at the patch this year?
We have several new updates at the pumpkin patch this year. We have a three-legged hair sheep named Trey. We raised him on a bottle because his mother would not take him because of his deficiency. We have also added a new water well and pivot to water our corn for the maze. Utilize our gazebo in which you can reserve for birthday parties or special family events. Stop by our concession to grab a quick snack. Due to COVID and changes in health inspections we will not be selling hot dogs and frito chili pies. We will have packaged snacks. Check it out and see what we have to offer in our concession stand! If you notice a little construction at the pumpkin patch we are installing a certified kitchen. Many changes are coming to your local pumpkin patch. Stay tuned!
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept Cash, Check, Debit, Credit - Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
We do not have an ATM on site. There is an ATM located at the Hop N Sack in Davidson less than a mile away.
Are family pets allowed on the farm?
In order to maintain our required food safety and public health certifications, please do not bring your pets to the farm. The State of Oklahoma, U.S. Dept. of Justice and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture have provided information regarding the restriction of pets and the allowance of Service Animals in our buildings and our produce fields. We appreciate your cooperation!
When are you open? What are your hours?
The pumpkin patch/corn maze will be open Saturday, October 3rd, from 10:00, am till 6:00 pm. And Sunday, October 4th, from 1:00 pm till 6:00 pm.
The pumpkin patch will continue to be open Saturday and Sunday until October 31st. Join us while building fall memories.
The Haunted Maze will be open Saturday, October 3nd. Join us every Saturday from dark until midnight. Our opening night will be Saturday, October 3rd, and you won't want to miss it. Do you have what it takes to trek through the corn maze? We take our last group at midnight.
*If you have a large group talk to us about reserving a Friday night. Skip the waiting in line!
For those individuals who do not like the scariness, no need to worry. We do take out the scary creatures during the day.
Due to COVID-19, we had to make a few changes to our venue. First off, we installed two - touchless water peddles to our hand washing station. We also have installed several germ-x stations around the patch to keep your hands sanitized as you maneuver through the patch.
Keep your distance as you visit the patch. We are encouraging social distancing to keep everyone safe. Masks are not mandatory but encouraged. We may wear masks to keep our family and yours safe through this COVID season.