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Rock Creek Farm is a real, working, year-round farm — one of Boulder County’s oldest farmsteads.

Enjoy a fun-filled, comfortable tour of 1,000 acres on one of our hay rides. After climbing aboard a wagon drawn by a pair of genuine draft horses or one of our antique tractors, you’ll roll comfortably through the pumpkin patch, corn mazes and fields bursting with autumn grain.

See the reflection of majestic mountains in the peaceful waters of Stearns Lake as flights of ducks and geese sail in.

Hay rides are available on weekends in October from approximately 10am til 3pm.*

 

*Approximate hours.  A variety of conditions can effect how long our teams of horse can run any given day.

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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Are there bathrooms on location?

Yes

What is the best day(s) or time of day to visit?

During the week, the farm is less busy than on weekends. We recommend you come early if its hot out and later in the day if its cold.

Can we picnic at the farm?
Yes

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Colonists sliced off the pumpkin tops, removed the seeds and filled the insides with milk, spices and honey. This was baked in hot ashes and is the origin of the pumpkin pie.