Fall in New Gloucester, Maine: Time to pick Pumpkins at Pineland Farms Produce Division
As the leaves turn and autumn descends upon New Gloucester, Maine, it’s time to embrace a cherished fall tradition – pumpkin picking at Pineland Farms Produce Division! From farm to your table, or ready for your carving creations, our pumpkins are a symbol of the season.
Beginning in September, our fields are dotted with vibrant hues of orange as the first pumpkins reach their peak.
Here’s how these autumnal favorites make their journey to a store near you:
- Our dedicated farmers carefully handpick each pumpkin, ensuring they are ripe and ready for your enjoyment.
2. These freshly harvested pumpkins are then loaded onto our trucks and transported to the Pineland Farms Produce Division.
3. Upon arrival, they are meticulously sorted by size to cater to all your pumpkin needs.
4. Finally, they’re packed up one last time and delivered to local markets throughout the Greater Portland area and even unpacked right here at the Pineland Farms Market in New Gloucester, Maine.
From September – October, you can find our Pineland Farms pumpkins at local markets in and around New Gloucester, Maine. Not only do we allow retail sales, but our Produce Division also offers wholesale pricing on pumpkins and a variety of other produce, with pickup and delivery options available based on staffing.
For those who prefer a more hands-on experience, we invite you to pick your own pumpkins with our 2 hour farm pass. This pass includes access to our exciting corn maze and pumpkin patch from late September through October, in addition to our regular self-guided farm tour. Please note that pumpkins are an additional cost. Purchase tickets to visit the farm here. Also, check out our family programs offered every season. During fall, our popular pumpkin carving program is an excellent way for the whole family to get in the fall spirit!
Experience the joy of fall in New Gloucester, Maine, with Pineland Farms Produce Division. Our pumpkins are more than just a symbol of the season; they’re a part of our community tradition. We look forward to seeing you soon!