Fall Festival Events
Adult full pass $20
Kids Pass 2-13 $15
- Corn Maze
- Dark Maze
- Apple Slingshot
- Children’s Pavilion (modified for COVID safety)
- Hay Ride
- Dead End Challenge in the Corn Maze
- Festival-wide scavenger hunt
- Apple slingshot Extra shots 3 for $2
Pumpkins are $0.50/ pound
We also have a wide selection of other squash and gourds
Decorators and pumpkin carving masters unite at Liepold Farms. We have a harvest bounty of huge pumpkins, odd shapes, and even white pumpkins. Decorators will delight in our multitude of gourds, corn stalks and hay bales. We have kid sized wheelbarrows so your little ones can maneuver their own pumpkin selections to the scales.
The Dead End Challenge:
Come search through the corn maze and find all the dead-ends.
Find them all and win a prize. Then be entered into the Grand Prize Drawing!
Put on your detective hats and go hunt for all sorts of hidden items around our festival. You’ll be looking for everything from animals to decorations.
Over 6 acres of corn with a challenging maze. Find your way through and enjoy this year’s theme, Pollination Party!
Try and send an apple into orbit. This activity is for kids and the strong crowd alike! You stand between two large poles and attempt to hit a target with an apple shot with a huge rubber band. Loads of fun! Hit the target and win a pumpkin, then enter your name on our wall of fame.
Peruse our gift boutique. Yard decorations, fall home decorations and antiques. There is a unique selection from which to choose.
We have treats to tantalize your taste buds. Sausage dogs, nachos, caramel corn mulled apple cider and homemade hand dipped caramel apples. Local beers, our signature hard ciders and wine. Open on the week-ends
Bring your own flashlight or just feel your way through in the dark. It’s really dark and exciting, but perhaps not a place for people who don’t like tight spaces. A thrilling experience. This is NOT a haunted maze.
Sit back and take in the gorgeous views of Mt. Hood and our picturesque farm. You will cruise for 20 minutes, stopping along the way to hear the farm’s history, how pumpkins and corn grow and what Liepold Farms offers the community.