Pumpkin Patch Tractor Rides

Are you looking for something fun to do with the family this October in the Portland area? We’ve got some great ideas right here! As your local Oregon tractor experts, we wanted to show you the best pumpkin patch tractor rides in the Portland, Oregon area. These farms have more than tractor rides! They also have all sorts of activities, like hay houses, parks, petting zoos, homemade goodies, and so much more! So check them out below, you’re sure to find something you’ll love.

Bella Organic

Bella Organic is a 100 acre Certified Organic Farm located on the beautiful Sauvie Island, in the City of Portland. Their fall festivities include free hay rides through the pumpkin patch, along with duck races, cow trains and a whole lot more fun. Spend the day here with the family, and you’re guaranteed a great time!


The Pumpkin Patch

The original Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island, The Pumpkin Patch has been around for 45 years! This one is right by Portland, and has free hayrides, as well as a free hay maze and free giant pyramid! They also have one of the best corn mazes around, Don’t miss this one.


Bushue’s Family Farm

The pumpkin patch hay rides are a blast here, but I think the real highlight is the giant adventure park playground with the huge slides and giant hay bales, also of note are the dirt babies you make at the farm and then take home to continue growing.


Bauman’s Farm

Bauman’s is known for their incredible apple cider, pies, jams and jellies, but in October they’re known for their hay rides as well! Come enjoy their Pumpkin Patch Hayride, Animal Barn, Cider Samples, Barnyard Bridge, Corn Tunnels and much more!


Heiser Farms

Hayrides and admission are completely free at Heiser Farms, and they have a whole lot of other free activities too. Notable attractions are the pony rides, giant inflatable pumpkin, and the pumpkin firing cannons, so yeah I’d say you probably want to check this out!


Baggenstos Farm

The Baggenstos family has been farming and serving the community since 1919.  Over three generations have carried on the family farming tradition in Sherwood, Oregon. Along with their tractor hayrides, they have a very fun hay “house” for the kids to play in, and a plethora of delicious snacks!