roloff farms fall dates

Fans of “Little People Big World” are very aware of the importance of Roloff Farms. Not only is it where Matt and Amy Roloff raised their children, it is a mecca for pumpkin seekers every fall.

Amy and Matt bought the farm in 1990. At that time, it was limited to 34 acres, but Matt continued buying land. Today, Roloff Farms is over 100 acres of rural delight and is a successful agriculture business. The father of four also built many fun things on the property for his children, and now grandchildren, to enjoy.

Every October, the Roloffs invite the public to visit their beloved farm. People can come to just pick out a pumpkin, but they can also stay for some very family friendly activities. The joy on the faces of the children and parents is proof that the farm is a terrific fall destination where fun memories are going to be made!

In addition to the pumpkin patch, there are plenty of animals in the petting zoo for children (and adults) to encounter.

Matt Roloff

Of course, you never know who you will run into. The Roloffs are there and ready to have some Halloween fun with the visitors who flock to the family farm every fall.


This is only some of the fun to be had on the farm. There are a variety of activities for people of all ages. The Rail Roller provides participants with both fun and a bit of a workout as well. Visitors are able to walk in a tube to propel it across railroad tracks. People also like to try their hand at the pumpkin slingshot!

Check out some of the other activities the Roloffs provide at the farm in the video below. It’s no wonder that Roloff Farms is an Oregon fall hot spot.

Roloff Farms will be open for pumpkin season on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from October 5th through the 28th. Visitors are welcome from 10 am to 5:30 pm. Let us know if you will be putting this attraction on your fall to-do list!

Source: Good Housekeeping

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