Welcome to Sheffer Farms Pumpkin Patch!  Held on nearly 90 acres of family farmland, we  grow over 75 varieties of pumpkins, gourds and squash. Products range from less than a pound to over 75 pounds in size and come in almost every color and shape imaginable. Whether you are looking for the perfect pumpkin to carve for Halloween, a mantle or table decoration, office decorations, products for cooking and baking or just plain ol’ fall fun, you’re sure to find it at the patch! 



Sheffer Farms Pumpkin ​Patch

New to the Patch


     Whether you are new to the patch or are returning for your fall decorations, Fall 2015 will be a fun experience for all ages and likes. A 1.5 acre corn maze with a twisted and tricky path proves to be more than meets the eye! If you thought making it through during the day was tricky, come join us on a Saturday evening from dusk to 11pm for our HAUNTED MOONLIGHT CORN MAZE! Getting out in time for daylight is the name of the game. Also added this season is our pumpkin sling shots. Take aim and fire, hit as many targets as you can down range and beat your friends in a shoot-off. Other fun attractions include a straw bale pyramid, pumpkin bowling, a pumpkin dart board, and straw bale volley ball. Kids and families may also enjoy many popular yard games, such as corn hole, ring toss, and checkers but with a pumpkin themed twist to them! In a station purposed for creativity, we are excited to bring back an area where they can decorate their pumpkins using both paint and markers so their mess can be left behind at the patch. Speaking of mess, carving tools and patterns will also be available for creating the perfect scary, or pretty, pumpkin for Halloween! 



Fall 2016

     Sheffer Farms would like to give thanks to all the support of the local community over the past several years, but unfortunately we will not be able to open up for operation this fall.  While expanding activities and adding new attractions to the farm brought more customers, it also brought more challenges.  We are currently unable to meet new state and county code requirements, and are therefore unable to open for business this season.  We are hopeful that we may open for the fall of 2017 in some capacity so stay tuned!