Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkin Patch Hours
Monday-Saturday - 10am-7pm
Sunday - 12pm-7pm
Thank you for all of your support this year. We have now closed the pumpkin patch and are grateful to everyone who made it a success. We will open again at the end of September 2022.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your hours?
Monday through Saturday, 10am-7pm, and Sunday, 1pm-7pm. There may be times we close due to inclement weather. You can check our Pumpkin Patch Facebook Page for weather closure information.

How much does it cost come to the pumpkin patch?
It is free to come to the patch!

How much are the pumpkins?
The littlest pumpkins are $1, and there is a section of small $3 pumpkins. Out in the main patch, the pumpkins are measured by their size and range from $4 up to $40 for really large ones.

What all do you sell?
We only sell pumpkins and other gourds.

Do you accept credit cards?
We accept cash and credit, debit, and Apple Pay.

What is there to do?
Looks at the pumpkins, purchase pumpkins, and take pictures. We are simply a pumpkin patch with no hay rides or other rides. Some people spend a long time taking pictures or simply observing all of the shapes, sizes, and colors of pumpkins. There are a couple of spots set up for you to take a picture.

When is the best time to come?
As you would expect, we are busiest on the weekends. So if you want a more peaceful time, you would want to come during the week.

What is your covid policy?
Since it is an outdoor setting, masks are not required. We do encourage everyone to social distance yourselves from other groups. If you are not feeling well, please come back at a time when you are feeling better. We asks that you respect those around you in all that you do.

Are pets welcome?
With so many people walking around, we prefer you not bring your furry friends to the pumpkin patch.

Where are the pumpkins grown?
Pumpkins are grown on the Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico.

Where do the proceeds go?
  • Navajo Nation - Pumpkins are grown on the Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico.  Over 700 Native Americans are employed during the harvest season in September and October as well as a full-time staff in the off season.  This is great for a region that has a 42% unemployment rate.
  • Thornwell Children's Home - We are able to provide funds to help the children and youth of Thornwell. 
  • Historic Paradise Foundation. 
  • Grace Youth Group - Money raised from the pumpkin patch helps each youth and family by helping to offset the costs of various items, trips and events that the youth group feels is important to the spiritual growth of each youth. These events have included spiritual growth trips such as Tsunami's FX event, and the Montreat Youth Conference. They have also served at places such as Give Kids the World, Raleigh Youth Mission, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida.
  • Technology Needs - COVID has shown the church a need to communicate to those not inside the walls of the church. A portion of the proceeds will go to help Grace reach beyond the walls of the church as well as communicate better within the walls of the church.