Celebrate the Fallidays at Smith Family Farm
Summer may bring us good weather and Winter may bring us the holiday season and time off with family, but neither season can really capture the magical atmosphere of Autumn in Brentwood. As the leaves fall off the trees and are blown around on clear days by that cool breeze that characterizes this time of year in our area, families will come to the Smith Family Farm Pumpkin Harvest to enjoy a day out on the farm and, perhaps more importantly, pick out the perfect pumpkin. With no holiday shopping to do, no big family get-togethers to plan and trick-or-treating not until the end of October, we are always reminded that sometimes the best memories are made with others during the quietest times of the year. So dig that cozy sweater out of your closet and get pumped for pumpkin season: October is the time of year to enjoy the slower pace of life, time spent with family and great days out. There's no better place to do that than at the Smith Family Farm Pumpkin Harvest.
We only accept cash and check payments — No pets allowed
Fall fun for the whole family
The Pumpkin Harvest is much more than just a pumpkin patch. Included in the admission fee are live music performances, encounters with farm animals, an observation beehive, an herb garden where you can make a bouquet to take home, a replica Native American village and a natural atmosphere you can only find on a real, working farm. Our mile-long hayride takes visitors to our pumpkin patch, where each visitor gets their own pumpkin of any size. Pumpkins are free with admission, with additional pumpkins for sale at our fruit stand.
Pumpkins, produce & more
Pumpkins aren't the only thing growing in our fields in October. Our award-winning U-Pick is also open with pomegranates and persimmons, while our stand is stocked with a wide selection of Summer and Fall produce, like strawberries, tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, apples and butternut squash.
Our stand also sells dozens of varieties of rare heirloom pumpkins, haybales and corn stocks for Halloween and Thanksgiving decoration.
Every weekend brings something new to the Pumpkin Harvest. Great entertainers like Mitch Polzak & The Royal Deuces light up our gazebo, and some of the best food trucks from the area provide quality food for visitors.
Special events such like our annual Dutch Oven Cook-Off, Antique Tractor Expo, cooking demos and Cornhole tournaments bring extra excitement to the Fall festivities. Check our Fall schedule of events prior to the Pumpkin Harvest season for full details.