The all-new Cucurbit Market will be open September 19 – October 31, Tuesday thru Sunday from 9–6. All 2020 Season Passes will be honored in our 2021 Season.

Our mission has always been to provide a safe place for everyone to experience the harvest season, and this year we feel we would have to alter too many things that you love, and therefore wouldn’t be able to offer the full experience that you’re used to. As a result, The Pumpkin Patch side of the farm will not be open to visitors. We are, however, creating a new experience called the Cucurbit Market. Here, next to The Homestead Bakery, you can get all the pumpkins, squash, gourds, and mums you’ve come to expect.

Our new Cucurbit Market is a fresh take on our original roadside stand. Located on the east side of the bakery and nearly 2 acres in size, there is plenty of room for social distancing, plenty of space for the huge variety of pumpkins, squash, gourds, and mums that you’re accustomed to, and plenty of everything (else) you need for the harvest season.

We feel very fortunate that our family farm has the ability to creatively pivot during these times to still be able to provide your harvest season must-haves and favorite pumpkin treats! In addition to the admission-free Cucurbit Market, The Homestead Bakery’s porch will continue to be open serving baked goodness just as they always have. We’ve worked hard to get the Cucurbit Market ready; our crops look great and the mums are beautiful! Please visit us this Fall to find all your decor and favorite pumpkins, squash, and gourds.

Looking forward to seeing you all this fall!
Ginny & Mac Condill






Even though things are changing daily, our commitment to providing a safe place for everyone to experience the harvest season doesn’t waiver. We are monitoring the official Covid-19 recommendations daily and taking several special precautions because we love our visitors, our team and our community.

Safety Measures We’re Taking

  • Temperature checks and wellness screenings for our team.
  • Wearing face masks.
  • Cleaning wagons and other high contact areas regularly.
  • Frequent hand washing.
  • Providing hand sanitizer for our guests.
  • Practicing social distancing.

See our 2020 Season FAQs page for more information!