Pleasant Valley Farms Winter Squash & Pumpkin Festival

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Pleasant Valley Farms Winter Squash & Pumpkin Festival Pleasant Valley Farms
22350 W 71st St S
Sand Springs, OK 74063

Phone: 918-248-5647
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Pleasant Valley Farms Pumpkin Patch in Sand Springs grows one of the largest variety of pumpkins and winter squash in Oklahoma. Growing over 90 varieties from 13 countries, this pumpkin patch also provides information on what each variety is used for, whether for baking, pies, jams or just for decoration, as well as where certain varieties of pumpkins originated. 

Nearly two dozen vendors and various craftsmen will be available with an array of items to purchase at the Pleasant Valley Farms Winter Squash & Pumpkin Festival. Browse through handmade soaps, tasty jellies and much more to find a locally made product you can't live without, or pick out a traditional orange pumpkin to take home. These craftsmen will also demonstrate their skills for crowds of festival-goers including chainsaw wood carving.

Pleasant Valley Farms Pumpkin Patch in Sand Springs grows one of the largest variety of pumpkins and winter squash in Oklahoma. Growing over 90 varieties from 13 countries, this pumpkin patch also provides information on what each variety is used for, whether for baking, pies, jams or just for decoration, as well as where certain varieties of pumpkins originated. 

Nearly two dozen vendors and various craftsmen will be available with an array of items to purchase at the Pleasant Valley Farms Winter Squash & Pumpkin Festival. Browse through handmade soaps, tasty jellies and much more to find a locally made product you can't live without, or pick out a traditional orange pumpkin to take home. These craftsmen will also demonstrate their skills for crowds of festival-goers including chainsaw wood carving.

Buy a ticket to ride the horse-drawn wagon ride, pet barnyard animals at the petting barn, try the "punkin' chunkin'" cannon, grab a bite to eat at the BBQ Man concession stand or shop in the gift shop. You can also make your way through the 15 acre corn maze, play a round of mini golf or try your luck at pumpkin bowling. Kids also love the duck races and stationary calf roping.

For those looking to have some Halloween fun, go through the haunted house and try to not to scream too loud as ghouls come out unexpectedly. Come and enjoy a day at a real farm-grown pumpkin patch. Hang around and make a tasty treat at the fire-pits for s'mores, dance to live bluegrass music and experience all of the wholesome family entertainment this charming fall festival offers. Restrooms are located on-site.

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available

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Open

Close

Sunday

9:00 am

6:00 pm

Saturday

9:00 am

6:00 pm

From Hwy 97, go west on W 41st St south to S 209th W Ave. Turn left on S 209 and go 3.2 miles to W 71st St S. Turn right on 71st and go 6/10 of a mile, or go west on 81st St 5 miles to S 193. Turn right; travel 3.7 miles. Follow the signs.

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Randy Owens




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