Every year we look forward to seeing our island ʻohana come together to take pictures, walk around, pick the perfect pumpkin, and spend quality time together. It's just going to be a little different this year!
We are asking our visitors to please spread out and practice social distancing. Wear your mask at all times on the property. And please be kind to one another!
Our family will be wearing masks at all times while we are working and in the farm property.
We expect our farm visitors to wear a mask in order to enter through the farm gates.
The patch will open on October 1st and run through the 31st.
Everyday from 9am to 4pm
Gates will close at 3:45pm
The farm stand will also be open during this time.
The entry fee for the month of October is $3 and free for those 2 & under.
We will be limiting attendance at our peak times, and especially on the weekends. We ask that you pick your pumpkin, take your pictures, and gather your goodies in a timely manner. We will have a time limit on your time in the patch. Please plan on having ample time for your visit and expect lines. We strongly recommend that you bring your own cart this year.
Drinks and snacks will be available for sale during the week. We will have food available on the weekends!
Due to Covid-19 there will be no tables or picnic areas available, so we ask that you enjoy your food off-property.
We have all kinds of pumpkins available, in different sizes, colors, and varieties this year. Find your perfect carving pumpkin, pie pumpkin, giant or little. We also have decorative gourds, sunflowers, and a large selection of carving tools and fun stuff to accessorize.
We will be taking temperatures at the entrances and guests will be asked about Covid-19 symptoms.
We ask that you maintain a 6-foot distance between your group and others, while in the farm and especially while waiting in line.
The patch will be open every day for the month of October.
9:00am to 4:00pm.
The pumpkin patch runs from October 1st to October 31st.
Gates will close at 3:45 pm to allow us to clean up and close in a timely manner.
Yes. We will be taking temperatures at the entrances and guests will be asked about Covid-19 symptoms.
Weekday mornings are usually the slowest time for us.
Waiting times will vary. Due to Covid-19 we are limiting attendance at our peak times, especially on the weekends. This year we ask that you pick your pumpkin, take your pictures, and gather your goodies in a timely manner. We will enforce a time limit and there will be no tables and picnic areas on the farm property. Please plan on having ample time for your visit and expect lines.
We recommend visiting our neighbors and making a day of it while you are up in Kula. Kula Botanical Gardens, Kula Bistro, Grandma's Coffee House are all open to welcome pumpkin patch visitors in the event that you need to come back at a later hour.
Parking will be available on the weekends. The parking is located in our pasture on Kula Hwy, right past the farm stand. Heading up on Kula Hwy, pass the farm stand, and take the next right. Look for the parking banners.
The entry fee is $3 per person. Ages 2 and under are free. Admission includes all areas of the patch, children's garden, photo opportunities, and the farm stand.
We accept cash and credit cards. We do not accept checks.
There are no public drinking facilities on our farm. Bottled water, sodas, juices, our strawberry lemonade, and snacks will be available for sale at the patch and also at the farm stand. Some food will be available on the weekends.
Picnic tables and tent areas are not available this year due to Covid-19.
No alcohol is allowed on property.
Yes! The farm stand will be open everyday and will be stocked with lots of our cooking pumpkins, mini pumpkins, squashes, and of course our fresh strawberries, farm fresh produce, flowers, succulent pumpkins, plants, and holiday gifts.
We are sorry, dogs and other animals are not permitted on the farm. ADA service animals are always welcome.
Due to Covid-19 we will not be having any school or group tours this year.
Due to Covid-19 concerns we will not be having any public restrooms on property. There are, however, public restrooms across the street at the park.
Please be gentle & respectful to our farm animals, they are our family. They are on special diets because of their age, and we kindly ask that you do not feed them. Pet at your own risk.
We grow all varieties of pumpkins. Green, pink, yellow, flat, round, bumpy, giant, wee tiny ones, and of course the orange ones! Decorative gourds, sunflowers, and squashes of all kinds for cooking. We also have a huge selection of carving kits and holiday items for sale.
We recommend wearing comfortable closed-toed shoes that you don't mind getting dirty. No high heels. Wagons are available on a first come basis. You are welcome to use them to carry pumpkins to the car, but we ask that you please return them back to the farm. We strongly recommend that you bring your own cart this year. Please do not let your children (adults or service animals) sit in the wagons, they flip over easily and your child could get injured.
Mahalo for supporting local agriculture! Have fun!