They’re selling off the lot right now! Here’s the banner for this year!

September 26 2020!

We are open now for U-Pick Veggies! Click on the “Plan Your Visit” tab and then “Hours” to find out what is available this week.

We wish we didn’t have to charge for anything, but then, we wouldn’t be here! Because the whole month of October seems to revolve around the odd, round, orange fruit, and we grow them, we get quite a few requests to donate pumpkins. To handle all the inquiries fairly, we have had to adopt a Johnson Farm Donation Policy. Here it is: if your enterprise is a non-profit, faith based entity, from our local, Belton, community, we will consider your request for a donation during the season. If you are one or all of those things, send us an email through the Contact Us tab and we will get back to you. If you are not, sorry, but we will not be returning an email.

At this time, we do not offer wholesale discounts for pumpkins or mums, nor do we take orders for delivery of pumpkins or mums. We are first and foremost a family entertainment venue and prioritize that community need. If the crop looks like we have enough to offer them to wholesale customers, we will post that on our homepage and on our Facebook page along with a link to a price list. Thanks for your interest.

Yes, we are not funded by any city parks and rec division and welcome you onto our land to enjoy how we have stewarded the blessing of owning the land. The admission helps to cover all the overhead, insurance, workers’ living wages and yearly improvements you will enjoy. We work hard to earn your entertainment dollar. Please find that information here.

It’s actually easier to tell you what is NOT included!

In Pumpkin Season you will pay extra for:

  • Harvested crops
  • Concessions
  • Any retail store items
  • On the weekends only we run Farmer Tom’s Crazy Train

We allow unlimited timed jumps on our Giant Jumping Pillow which are included in every child’s admission. We do not run Wagon rides, the Dinosaur Chomper, Pumpkin Cannon, or Pig Races during our pre-season, which is why the admission to the play yard costs less up until opening day.

We grow sunflowers and pumpkins as crops to be enjoyed by all of our patrons. We require admission to be paid by anyone who is desiring access to the fruits of our farm. We do not offer photographers any other discount or deal, especially due to liability issues that could occur while you are on our property. Our insurance carrier, requires that any individuals profiting from photography (getting paid for the sessions at our farm) have:

  • An appointment and express permission from the Johnson Family
  • A copy of your liability insurance policy on file showing $1,000,000 coverage
  • A heads up email at least 24 hours in advance letting us know that you will be bringing clients to do this.

Please go to the website or Facebook page before heading out when weather is iffy; we reserve the right to close various parts of the farm when unsafe conditions are at hand.

No, sorry. Our insurance won’t allow bonfires, and we like to close before it’s dark, as we have no lights.

NO OUTSIDE FOOD. Absolutely NO ALCOHOL is allowed.

They will be available for purchase soon!

Ideally you should pick a day where you have 1 1/2 or more hours to enjoy everything on the farm. We will not accept entrance after 4:30 pm for those who wish to visit the play yard. U-pickers without kids will be invited in up to 5:30 pm, with expectations to be done harvesting by 6pm.

You bet! active Military families with official I.D.s will be awarded $2 off each family member’s admission during Pumpkin Season (9/21-10/31/19). (Photo I.D. may be requested if no photo is on military I.D.)

The best deals are offered to our email customers (sign up here) and/or reward yourself every time you shop through our Friends of the Farm Loyalty card (you may learn about that here).