Pomeroy Farm’s famous pumpkin people and scenes are back this year, but because of the COVID pandemic, the setup is different. Instead of seeing your favorites on a stroll through the farm, you can see them during a drive through Pumpkin Lane.
We drove the route through the historic farm a week ago, and it took about 30 minutes. The scenes range from a tea party to miniature farms to a football game to a pumpkin woman reading fairy tales to her grandson.
After the drive, stop to see the animals, and buy a treat and a pumpkin.
The Pumpkin Lane display is open Thursday through Sunday, 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. through November 1.
Admission is $15 per car. Get your tickets at pomeroyfarm.org/pumpkin-lane.
The farm began in 1910, when E.C. Pomeroy bought the property and his family settled there. Today, it’s an educational site open to the public to experience what life was like in Clark County, Washington, before electricity arrived.
For more information about the farm, go to pomeroyfarm.org.
Pomeroy Farm is located at 20902 NE Lucia Falls Road in Yacolt, Washington, 39 miles northeast of Portland.