This charming pumpkin patch is often overshadowed by the popular adjacent Maan Farms. Willow View Farms is set against wide-open spaces as you drive downhill to view their picturesque country-styled farmhouse.
The farm was first purchased in the 1960s by the Siemens Family and thus began their life in the Valley as dairy farmers and moved on to hog farming in 1978. Since 1991, the ownership of the farm has been passed over to their son Murray & his wife, Cheryl to continue the farming legacy. To this day, it still remains a family affair as Murray and Cheryl’s grown daughters and a son-in-law all contribute to the farm.
How to Plan Your Visit
- Three large pumpkin patch sites set against rows upon rows of ripened apples ready for the picking
- Farm animals on-site, from chickens to goats
- They have a general store selling veggies and pumpkins.
Admission and Hours
- Monday—Saturday 9-5:30pm (Halloween OPEN)
- FREE admission you pay for what U-pick
Plentiful FREE parking on-site
Portable outhouse washroom on site with proper COVID precautions and social distancing rules in effect—no baby change table.
What to Bring / What to Wear
- Rainboots and coats are always a good idea, extra pair of shoes because this patch can get quite muddy
- Wagons on-site to use, would leave the stroller at home
Don’t forget to visit the fun extra large pumpkin patch site—where they keep just the biggest pumpkins they can find. Great photo ops here!
the author behind @buddycons, Connie writes about her detailed adventures with her kids around BC (& beyond), believer of 'presence over presents' in motherhood and literacy development in children. She shares ideas on gentle minimalism and home organization with having less, but best. She lives in the Metro Vancouver area with her husband and two kiddos. Before becoming a mom she worked in the Financial Industry and is a two-time award winning People Leader. Follow her adventures and updates on Instagram @buddycons.