Seven Oaks Farm is a destination for us every fall. Last year we went with preschool which made it extra special. Right off the bat we got our crew together and got on the wagon to head out to their private pumpkin patch that the general public doesn't get to visit.
What is really neat about Seven Oaks Pumpkin Patch is that they plant all varieties together and our children got to pick whichever pumpkin they wanted
Of course Olivia picked the a nice, big, classic orange pumpkin. Olivia was kind of weirded out by the heirloom varieties, silly girl.
On the way back to the market area our drivers stopped and threw pumpkins to their cows. Who knew that cows like pumpkins, they tore right in to them and started eating.
When we got to the kids area of the farm, they were given apples to feed the goats. Olivia was just tickled that she was able to feed them!
There is also, a little play area with a playhouse, a dark maze and playground toys for them to run around and get out some of that neverending energy that children seem to have.
During the week you can avoid the crowds and visit the goats and enjoy the play area, along with visit their public pumpkin patch. If you want to enjoy their Harvest Days, they have a wagon ride around their sunflower patch, pony rides that support Crater High School along with crafts and activities like pumpkin painting, face painting, cookie decorating and lot's more.
If you want to go they are located at 5504 Rogue Valley Hwy, Central Point, Oregon MAP and are open Wednesdays-Sunday, 10am-5pm and their Harvest Days Festival is Saturdays & Sundays, 10am-5pm.
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