‘LPBW’: How to Visit Roloff Farms for Pumpkin Season 2019

The Roloff family is ready for fall, and they want Little People, Big World fans to come and celebrate the season with them. Fans of the TLC show know that the family’s farm is home to a pumpkin patch that opens to the public every year. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting Roloff Farms for pumpkin season 2019. 

Roloff Farms’ pumpkin season starts October 4 

Pumpkin season at Roloff Farms kicks off on Friday, October 4 and runs through October 27. The farm is open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (with the last entry at 5 p.m.), and both admission and parking are free. The farm is located in Helvetia, Oregon, about 30 minutes west of Portland. 

“Pumpkin season 2019 is officially under way! So excited to see y’all come out this morning! Can’t wait to spend the weekend (when we can) with you all!!” wrote Zach Roloff’s wife Tori on her Instagram on October 4.  

You can meet some ‘Little People, Big World’ stars 

If you visit Roloff Farms during pumpkin season, there’s a good chance you’ll see one of your favorite LPBW stars in person. Tori, who is expecting her second child in November, wrote that she “will try my best to be there as much as possible as it’s my favorite time of year.” 

“I can’t wait to meet some of you,” she added. 

“We were there last year and met you guys! You both were so nice and made us feel welcomed!” wrote a fan on one of Tori’s posts. Several people indicated they were coming from as far away as Southern California and Canada to visit the pumpkin patch and hopefully meet the Roloffs. 

Several reviewers on Yelp also mentioned being able to meeting other members of the Roloff family, including Matt, Zach, and Jeremy.

“It was so exciting to finally get to see the property and meet some of the family that we’ve been watching all these years. They are so nice! The farm was so cool,” wrote one Yelper. 

Want to be guaranteed that you’ll meet someone from LPBW during your visit to Roloff Farms? Then book a private tour led by Matt, Zach, Amy, or Jeremy. Tours are offered throughout the year (other than in October) and cost $300 for groups of up to three people. 

It’s more than just pumpkins 

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You can definitely get a pumpkin at Roloff Farms, but that’s far from the only attraction at this family-run spot. There are food carts selling everything from BBQ to pizza, a gift shop full of LPBW souvenirs (and the family’s famous pumpkin salsa), wagon tours, pony rides, a fun house, and face painting. The farm’s “adventure area” features a petting zoo, hay pyramid, kiddie train, bamboo maze, and a spooky forest trail loop, among other activities. 

An all-inclusive pass, which includes the wagon tour and adventure zone entry is $15 per person. The wagon tour and adventure zone cost $10 each if purchased separately. 

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