Oregon’s Pumpkin Patch Train Ride Is A Great Way To Spend A Fall Day
Fall is right around the corner, which means it’s the perfect time to set out on an autumn adventure. Fortunately, the Beaver State is filled with fun fall activities, and there’s even a train ride that just may be the best pumpkin patch train ride in Oregon. If you’re looking for something the whole family will enjoy, you’ll want to put a trip to the Flower Farmer in Canby, Oregon on your calendar, starting at the end of September. Take a look:
Have you been to the Flower Farmer before? If so, we’d love to hear about your experience! What do you think is the best pumpkin patch train ride in Oregon? We’d love you to join the conversation in the comments!
Address: 2512 N Holly Street, Canby, OR, 97013
For another fun adventure this fall, check out this historic dredge hiding in Oregon’s mountains.
Best Pumpkin Patch Train Ride In Oregon
What are the best pumpkin patches in Oregon?
There’s no doubt about the family fun and memories to be made at a pumpkin patch during the Halloween season. Fall in Oregon is one of the best times of year to gather out of doors for family fun and a visit to a pumpkin patch yields hours of it. The best pumpkin patches in Oregon are the ones found on farms – and those that include other fall festivities (corn mazes, fresh apple cider and cider donuts, hayrides, barn events, and petting zoos) are among the favorites. After hours of family fun, be sure to go home with that perfect pumpkin fit for carving your jolliest (or scariest) jack-o’-lantern to light up the front porch for trick-or-treaters on Halloween night. For a list of 12 charming and fun, must-visit pumpkin patches in Oregon this year, see this Only In Your State article!
What fall train rides can you take in Oregon?
A scenic drive through Oregon as the leaves begin to change color is a must-do each year. But a ride on a scenic railroad to see the colors of autumn is another story altogether! Imaging whisking along the landscape and taking in all of the splendor of the fall season and letting someone else worry about the route and the driving! For two of the best fall foliage train rides in Oregon, you’ll want to hop on the following trains:
For a coastal fall foliage journey, hop on the Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad’s Fall Splendor train ride. It runs on Saturday and Sunday in October and has two daily departures. More in this article. And for a fall foliage train ride near the City of Portland, Mt. Hood Railroad’s Fall Harvest Excursion offers a four-hour adventure that includes a stop in another town before heading back to the starting point. Learn more in this article!
What are the best fall festivals in Oregon?
The fall season brings with it one last opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors before the temperatures in Oregon plummet for the winter season. Fortunately, there are many fall festivals and harvest fests that make gathering with friends and family to celebrate an adventure you can’t pass up. Some of Oregon’s best fall festivals include: Fest Portland (second weekend in September), Fall Kite Festival in Lincoln City (first weekend in October), Mount Angel’s Oktoberfest (second weekend in September), Corvallis Fall Festival in Corvallis (last Saturday and Sunday in September), and the Hood River HopsFest (third Saturday in September).