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Whether it clucks, oinks, whinnies or moos, we have just about every kind of farm animal at Rock Creek Farm, all living happily in our traditional farm environment.

Come face to face with a calf, a pig, or a pony, and watch our free-ranging chickens scurry across the barnyard to peck busily at your feet! There are even birds of prey to see! The animals’ natural charm is guaranteed to bring out the smiles in your family.

Farm Animals Photo Gallery
We are open 9AM - 6PM Daily*
Saturday, September 24 - Opening Day
Monday, October 31 - Halloween Day
Monday, October 31 - Closing Day

*Occasionally heavy rain or snow may cause us to close the farm unexpectedly All status reports will be posted on our voicemail for our main line and listed on our website

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Directions from the South - Broomfield/US-36:
1. Take US-36 to the Broom´Čüeld exit
2. Head NORTH on US-287/Wadsworth Blvd.
3. Turn LEFT at the light at railroad tracks,
(Note: This is the light after Miramonte Blvd)

Directions from the North - Lafayette/US-287:
1. From Lafayette, head SOUTH on US-287.
2. Turn RIGHT at the light at the railroad tracks,
(Note: This is the light after Dillon Road)

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Pumpkins
U-Pick Field Pumpkins
$6.00
2 Jack-be-little pumpkins
$1.00
2 Wee-be-little pumpkins
$1.00
Pie Pumpkins
$2.00
Specialty Pumpkins
$6.00
Rock Creek Deluxe Carving Saw
$1.00

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Can food be brought into Rock Creek Farm?

Visitors to the farm are welcome to bring food items. We have picnic tables you may use to relax and enjoy your meal while at Rock Creek Farm. For your convenience, we all sell a variety of concessions and food items. For information on food available at Rock Creek Farm visit the Treats and Eats page. No Alchohol allowed.

Are there still pumpkins late in the season?
Yes, there are plenty of pumpkins to choose from throughout the season
How much do pumpkins cost?

Pumpkin pricing depends on the quantity, please visit the pricing page for details

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37°
H: 59°
L: 42°
Fair
Native Americans used pumpkin seeds for food and medicine.