Yes, Leeds Farm is open Saturday and Sunday 10am to 5pm. We are open on one Friday: October 14, 10 am – 5 pm.
Yes. A pre-purchased ticket is required for every guest. No tickets are available at the gate. Please be sure to purchase your tickets BEFORE arrival to ensure you will be able to enter.
Tickets are for a specific date and arrival time. Guests can enter the farm any time after their timeslot begins and are welcome to stay until the farm closes at 5:00 pm.
All ticket sales are final. Tickets are non-refundable due to weather or attraction availability. Refunds are issued ONLY if Leeds Farm closes for the day. If Leeds Farm closes on the date of your ticket, the full amount of your purchase including service fees will be refunded to the original credit card.
General Admission includes all of our activities except the Big Zipline.
Includes: Mountain Slides, Racer Slides, Pedal Carts, Mini Zip, Tube Time, Holstein Hustle, Grainary, Straw Barn, Iron Horse Corral, Tractor Tire Tower, Pumpkin Jump, Trike Track, Hayride, Pumpkin Plunge Slide, and Green Acres.
Guests may visit our goat barn and/or shop for pumpkins with no admission needed. Goat feed is available for $1.00.
Guests ages 3-54 pay general admission rates. Adults age 55+ are $5 which includes Hayride. There is no charge for children age 2 and younger.
Yes. Visa, Master Card & Discover are accepted for pumpkins and food
Yes, if 10 or more General Admission passes are purchased at the same time (bulk purchase), they can be purchased at the group rate (usable for any age). The group rate is automatically applied when a quantity of 10 or more tickets is selected.
Some of our activities will close when it's raining. For example: Pumpkin Jump & Hayrides. The Big Zip will close in the event of high winds, lightning, or heavy rain.
Yes, Handicap parking spots are clearly marked in our parking field and are closest to the Admission Barn. Our parking field is entirely grass. We have no pavement or concrete paths, all areas are grass or gravel. Most areas of the farm, with the exception of the Big Barn Hay Mow, are accessible. Hayride boarding is 3 steps.
We do not offer field picking. Pumpkin fields must be rotated each year, and therefore the pumpkin field is not always near our barnyard. We pick pumpkins in the field with our school tour guests only.
Yes. Food is available in our North Barn. Kettle corn is available at several locations around the farm. Mini-donuts are available at Green Acres. See Food at the Farm for more info.
Yes. We ask that you do not take food into the seating area for our North Barn café. There are picnic tables between the Big Zip and Tube Time.
Yes, we are open from 10 am to 5 pm on COTA day, October 14, 2022. This is the only Friday that Leeds Farm is open.
We accept cash, Visa, Master Card, and Discover for pumpkin purchases. Food can be purchased with cash and all major credit cards.
Yes! We grow about 20 acres of pumpkins, gourds, & squash, every one of which is hand picked and brought to our barnyard for you to choose from. Each acre produces approximately 12 tons of pumpkins, that's a lot of Pumpkin! We plant pumpkins in late May and early June so that they are ready to harvest in September and October.
Dogs are permitted in the parking lot, around the pond, and front yard pumpkin area ONLY if they are social, cleaned up after, and on leash. Dogs are not allowed in any of our barns, barnyard, Back 40, or Green Acres activity areas. Dog owners retain liability for any mishaps your dog causes.