1865 Camp Baker Road
Harvest Festival Starts Saturday, Oct. 1
Saturdays & Sundays through October
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Located just 10-15 minutes drive from Medford, Ashland and Jacksonville, Pheasant Fields Farm’s Pumpkin Patch is over two and a half acres, and full of the prettiest, most unique pumpkins you’ll find anywhere in the Rogue Valley. They grow over 30 different varieties; from big and tall to short and small.
If you’re looking for an adventure, you won’t want to miss their corn maze. At over three acres and three quarters of a mile of trails, it's their biggest maze yet. Take a narrated wagon ride around the farm or relax under the shade of our gigantic walnut tree with something delicious from “Grandma’s Country Kitchen.”
This family farm also boasts a cow train, face painting, pear shooting gallery, animal exhibit and barn. Their Country Store features local organic produce, breads, specialty foods and handcrafted Items.
5791 Lower River Rd
Open daily in October
1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
HAUNTED CORN MAZE
October 21 and 22
October 28 and 29
7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Fort Vannoy Farms celebrates the harvest season with a corn maze and pumpkin patch. This is a spectacular corn maze because the farmers use the tallest corn to grow the maze. Some of the field corn stalks grow as tall as 12 feet in height before Farmer Bob carves the maze in September.
You can take a hayride out to the field and pick your perfect pumpkin for carving, or for decorating, or for making delicious pies. There are a variety of shapes and sizes, and even different shades of orange to suit every pumpkin personality.
You can check out their calendar of events to see find the right weekend for you and your family:
- Hayrides (Weekends)
- Pumpkin Cannon (Weekends)
- Cannon Blaster (Weekends)
- Old Time Tractor Show (Daily)
- Cow Train (Weekends)
- Zip Line (Weekends)
- Cotton Candy, and Fudge (Weekends)
- Food and Drinks (Weekends)
3. 7 OAKS FARM
5504 Rogue Valley Hwy
October 8 - 31
Wednesday - Sunday
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
You can pick your own pumpkin and enjoy the festival here on Saturdays and Sundays—a corn maze, petting zoo, face-painting, pony rides, cookie decorating, hay rides and more.
3939 W Main St
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
SPECIAL SPOOKY NIGHT
Open to 10 p.m. only on Saturday, Oct. 31
They have three bountiful patches of pumpkins for you to roam and pick. Their Harvest Festival is on every Saturday and Sunday in October, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. They have hay rides, face painting, TWO corn mazes (one small, and the other is in a 2-acre field!), live music, food, free craft activities for children and more.