Fall Festival September 24th-October 31st, 2016!
WEEKEND PARKING & INFO
Greetings! Our weekend’s are so much fun here at Lee Farms! We do require a general admission charge for admission to access our farm. Here is a list of all the options that you can choose from!
Our parking for the weekends is located on the North Side of our Property. You enter off of SW 65th AVE and Robbins Road. Be sure to keep an eye out for the bales & signs! There is no parking here at the Farm Store.
With October’s cool evenings and sunny days, the pumpkins lay ripe in the pumpkin patch. Families from around the Portland, Oregon area flock to Lee’s to enjoy the harvest. With over 15 varieties of pumpkins all grown in our very own fields, everyone is sure to find the perfect pumpkin. Of course we always have a variety of fresh Autumn produce grown on our farm, or by our neighbors. Lee’s offers a delicious array of Oregon apples including some wonderful heritage varieties rarely found in the supermarket.
4 Acre Cornmaze*
Barrel wagon Rides
Our Country Store carries many fun holiday decorations from gourds and Indian corn to straw bales and corn stocks. We also have a great selection of decorations to get you in the holiday spirit.
- Fresh cider Apple Cider
- Apple Cider and Pumpkin Donuts
- Fresh Kettle Corn
- Country Kitchen and Bakery
- Cowboy Cafe (Open Weekends)
- Tons of Pumpkins to choose from
Barnyard Petting Zoo
Be sure to visit our farm animal display where you can watch and get close to a variety of interesting animals. Feed the bunnies or visit with the goats in their Goat Motel. We typically have:
The secret to making a great pumpkin pie…
Is to actually use a squash, but not just any type of squash. To make a great pumpkin pie you need to use one of the three specially cultivated squash’s that we grow out at Lee Farms. These three types are:
- Long Island Cheese Wheel
Cinderella pumpkins at our Pumpkin Patch in Tualatin (Portland ) Oregon – You will be able to learn all about these when you take a hay ride out on the farm where we’ll tell you about the different types of pumpkins and squash we raise, but be sure to look for these brightly colored, flat looking pumpkins when you are choosing what to use to make your own “famous pumpkin pie.”
On the weekdays browse our selection of pumpkins located right next to our store which has a smaller selection of everything we offer in our large pumpkin patch. During the weekends we have a larger pumpkin patch that has the same pumpkins as weekdays just more to choose from!
Did you know that October is National Anti-Bullying Month?
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and we are partnering with Spookley the Square Pumpkin, the Official Spokes-Pumpkin for National Bullying Prevention Month, to raise awareness for bullying prevention. Lee Farms will be featuring Spookley the Square Pumpkin in farm-based events the last weekend in September through October 31st to help its younger visitors understand the importance of being tolerant and kind.