Dimler Farm

We are a 21st Century Grain Farm that likes to run a lovely and large pumpkin patch as well. Two generations work together in the pumpkin patch, father and daughter, hoping to provide an authentic, in the field experience to patrons.

We grow and offer a large variety of Pumpkins, Gourds and Squash, as well as Indian Corn for sale. We put together corn stalks and straw bales and sell those as well. We really like to be out in the pumpkin patch ourselves, tripping on the vines and such, and we push others to have the experience as well through our patch design. We create roads through the pumpkin patch to allow customers to drive in the field. We then suggest they get out of their car and walk around on a hunt, and then load their bounty into the car and come back to the kiosk to pay. If we are not immediately present, we have a place for you to leave payment, so please bring cash, and in small bills. You can call anytime with questions.

We also have new projects and endeavors that we'll keep updated on our website. We are selling fresh produce from an organically grown (no soil tests - so no certification) garden this fall, and next fall will likely have more.


Listing last updated on Oct 12, 2010

Pick pumpkins from the vine. Give kids an authentic farm field experience. Helpful hints: dress appropriately - vines and plant matter can be scratchy, weather changes quickly in this location and it's beautiful, bring cash or check book, if it has rained - it will be muddy.

Schedule and Location:

Open 3rd weekend in September through first days of November from 10 am to 7 pm daily. Saturdays we open at 9 am.

We are located at the corner of State Highway 7, and Carver County Road 10 at the first roundabout when you head west from the Twin Cities. We are on the northwest corner of the intersection, and our driveway access is a few hundred feet west of the roundabout. Actual address is 11810 State Highway 7, but most GPSs map it a bit off. Just look for black and orange and white painted signs that read 'you pick pumpkins' and the like.

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