The Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island with Five Kids

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When fall descends upon us, our family tradition kicks in: a visit to The Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island. It’s a delightful escape that combines the joy of pumpkin picking, delicious food, and pocket-friendly prices. Let me take you through our adventure.

Farm-to-Table Goodness: Our journey always begins at the charming on-site cafe. What makes it special? The beef they serve is grown right here on the farm. The best part? A mouthwatering burger is yours for just $5 – an irresistible deal.

Blooms and Bouquets: As we explored, we stumbled upon the “you-pick” flower section. For a mere $5 a bundle, I couldn’t resist, so I grabbed two bundles for $10. These vibrant blooms added a burst of color to our home and were a steal.

Charming Gift Shop Finds: A highlight for our kids was the petite gift shop. Lawson, our enterprising son, used his own money to treat himself and his sister, Gwendolyn, to sweet delights. The cashier even indulged him in a spirited conversation about his state quarter collection.

Family Fun Amidst Pumpkins: With five kids in tow, we opted out of the corn maze this time, reserving it for when they’re a bit older. Nevertheless, the children had a blast running around, mingling with farm animals, and handpicking enormous pumpkins – all priced at just $5 each.

Convenient and Cost-Effective: Although it’s a 45-minute drive from our home, The Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island is worth every mile. What sets it apart is the absence of an entry fee, making it a budget-friendly adventure. Nearby pumpkin patches charge up to $10 per person, which would cost our family a staggering $70!

Our visit to The Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island was a fantastic family outing that encapsulated the spirit of fall without breaking the bank. With savory burgers, vibrant flowers, sweet treats, and affordable pumpkins, it’s an experience we’ll treasure forever.