Take a free wagon ride to the fields where our pumpkins are growing! There’s no admission charge to pick your own pumpkins. Pumpkins are sold by the pound and you pay for what you pick!
About our Pumpkins …
We grow a variety of pumpkins in all shapes and sizes. Some of our large pumpkins are Atlantic Giant and Big Moose. Unusually colored ones are Full Moon, Hooligan, Lumina and World of Color.
More magical pumpkin variety names are Gladiator, Gold Rush, Bumpkin, Fairytale and Speckled Swan. At Summers Farm, pumpkin pickin’ is really an adventure!
We’ve Got Gourds!
Folks may not know that gourds and squash are ‘cousins’ to pumpkins! Our gourds can be used as Fall ornamentals or for cooking. Gourd types that are squash are Cinderella, Long Island Cheese, and Jarrahdale. We also grow butternut squash and winter acorn squash such as Harlequin and Carnival.
What to do with Pumpkins
Roast the pumpkin seeds. Use the pulp for cooking recipes like pumpkin bread, pies, soufflés, bread pudding, and more. Paint or carve for decoration. Nature Tip: When Halloween is over, set your jack o’lantern out for deer, birds or raccoons to munch.
Note: Last wagon ride to the pumpkin patch is 6pm, daily.