FARM FRESH MARKET
The Pumpkin Patch grows over 50 fresh fruits and veggies!
*See our "Availability Page" for what's in stock!
Our goal at the Pumpkin Patch is to offer large amounts of any single fruit or vegetable at farm-direct prices. What's more, our produce is hand-harvested and PICKED DAILY from the field, ensuring the freshest fruits and vegetables you can buy. Our colorful market is filled with more than 50 in-season fruits and vegetables grown right here on the farm.
Open Daily late MAY - early NOVEMBER
Sunday-Thursday 9am-5pm and
(Daily U-pick ends15 min before closing time)
We gladly accept cash, checks, credit cards, EBT cards, and green produce vouchers.
No pets ~ due to food safety certifications.
With local supermarkets just down the block for many people in Portland, why would anyone choose to take a drive out to Sauvie Island just for produce? It's simple: volume, price, and quality! Farm fresh, local, and grown on beautiful Sauvie Island.
The market opens at the beginning of June, when the strawberries are ripe, and closes in early November when harvest is over. Each month brings with it more produce until we're bursting at the seams by October!
In June we kick off the season with strawberries. Raspberries are available quickly thereafter. We also offer plenty of cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, pies, specialty items, and treats!
July's heat quickly ripens the blueberries, apricots, marionberries, cherries, potatoes, Walla Walla onions, green beans, pickling cucumbers, Hermiston watermelon, and the biggie ... sweet corn! This includes "How Sweet It Is" white corn, "Peaches-'n-Cream" bicolor corn, and Golden Jubilee super sweet yellow corn.
August weather introduces fresh peaches and nectarines as well as blackberries, and continues with supersweet corn and pickling cucumbers, plus so much more.
September blows in apples and pears galore from Hood River and our farm, as well as tomatoes, peppers, and another biggie ... winter squash, in every imaginable variety! Supersweet corn continues...
October features Supersweet Corn, Kraut cabbage, cabbage, beets, apples, pears, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, winter squash, potatoes, fall decor, and pumpkins!
Finally, the month of October draws a standing ovation for brussel sprouts, Indian corn, decorative & birdhouse gourds, cornstalks, hay bales, and, of course, the largest supply of pumpkins found in Oregon!