Frequently Asked Questions 


When are you open?


We will be open for our 22nd Pumpkin Season on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 10 am!

Is there a charge to visit Two Sisters Pumpkin Patch?


There is no admission charge to visit our "pumpkin barn", or the animal barn. There is a charge for activities, including our corn maze, tractor hay rides, pumpkin painting, and other special events. 

What activities do you have?


We offer an animal barn, "gift barn", and lots and lots of pretty scenery with every kind of seasonal produce imaginable, for no charge. We offer the following activities for a fee - trip through the corn maze ($4), pumpkin slingshot ($4), pumpkin painting (which includes a pumpkin; $8), barrel train rides ($4 a person), and hayrides to pick a pumpkin out of the patch ($10 a person and includes the pumpkin). Ages 24 months and down are free if they don't pick a pumpkin. In addition, we offer a wide variety of concessions each Saturday we are open.

How much are your pumpkins?


We have so many different varieties, this is hard to answer! The short answer is that we offer pumpkins, gourds, squash, and many other fun items at every price point imaginable. 

What steps are you taking to keep customers & employees safe from COVID-19?

As with most businesses, we have had to make some changes in an effort to keep our customers and employees safe from the virus. We will be complying with all of the most recent CDC guidelines for businesses, and are closely monitoring the situation as it continues to unfold. In order to properly sanitize our property, we have changed our business hours to 3 pm to 6 pm, Monday through Friday, and Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. As always, we are closed on Sundays. We ask that customers please wear a mask while inside our barns or on our hayride wagons. Our pumpkins, hay rolls, wagons, and other heavily used surfaces will be sanitized hourly. Because we have to monitor the number of people inside the corn maze, we will be selling tickets for it at $4 each.  Our pumpkin painting station will look a little different, too - we have changed the layout to allow for proper social distancing. Since so many groups (schools, youth groups, daycares, nursing homes, etc) are unable to visit us this fall, we are offering an "alternative field trip" called Pumpkin Patch To Go. You can contact Andrea at (859) 585-8000 or email us here for more details. We are also offering our usual group packages for anyone who wants to bring their group to the farm, but now require payment to reserve your date. We hope you will be patient with us as we do our best to keep everyone safe during this unique season! 

Are you open to the general public, or do you have to schedule a group outing?


You are welcome to visit us either way; however, larger groups or people who want to rent one of our event spaces can call Andrea at 859-585-8000 to schedule a group outing. Scheduled group activities include a hay ride to the pumpkin patch, where members of the group can pick a pumpkin, use of our picnic barn, and a visit to the corn maze and animal barn. For more information on scheduling a field trip with your class, click here. For more information on scheduling any other type of group outing or event, click here. For 2020, we are also offering "Pumpkin Patch To Go" for groups who can't come to the farm in person. For more information, contact Andrea at (859) 585-8000. We require payment to hold your date.

Can we come to the farm on a Sunday, even if it's just to take pictures and walk around?


We are closed on Sundays to all visitors. 

Can we get married on your property?


We do not book weddings, but thank you for thinking of us while you're planning your special day!

Can I bring my group there?


We love groups! Contact Andrea if you're interested in scheduling a birthday party, school group, scout group, etc. Visit the Groups page to find out more about our prices and what we have to offer, including our new "Pumpkin Patch To Go" option for those who can't visit us in person this year!

I keep seeing posts about "CFM" or "Covenant Friendship Ministries". What is that about?


Covenant Friendship Ministries, CFM for short, is a nonprofit that was co-founded by Two Sisters Pumpkin Patch owner Andrea Smith along with Charlotte Roper. It's purpose is to be a voice for victims of  sex-trafficking and for all young people who are from troubled backgrounds. CFM is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded and based on biblical principles and solutions.

Can I use one of your photographs from your webpage, Facebook, or Instagram?


We just ask that you contact us for permission. All images are copyrighted and not available to use without our express written consent.

Can you donate pumpkins/produce/decorations to my organization or school?


Each year, we start a list of everyone in need of a donation. Towards the end of the season, we begin donating. The list is first come, first serve, but we do donate until we run out of items! Contact us via the Contact form on this site, or call/text Andrea at (859) 585-8000.