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Roloff Farms, Hillsboro
(4.2/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Sure, I went. If you just want to walk around part of the area, visit the shop or buy a pumpkin, there is no admission fee. I bought a pumpkin and some jam. I hadn't watched the show in a few years an...  more »
  • It was more good than average, but that's not an option. The kids enjoyed the kid land but everything was extra (train ride, picture with a Roloff, kid land, pumpkins). There's a gift shop and fair-li...  more »
  • It was my wife's birthday yesterday when we visited the farm. :) She has been wanting to see it for a long time. We are big fans of the show as well! We got there right when it opened and had an aweso...  more »
Google
  • My family and I had a great time at the farm! From the food carts to the petting zoo, and the haunted forest it was a great day. We saw Matt, Amy, and Zach busy at work, and all the staff was very friendly and helpful. This was great family fun time and we came home with some perfect pumpkins. Can't wait to go back again!!
  • The pumpkin patch was the best I have ever been to! We got to meet the family and they were so nice! The kids loved all the activities! We easily spent 4 hours there and will most definitely be back next year!
  • We visited on October 1st and thought it might be swamped because it was their first day open for the year, but it wasn't bad! We found parking easily. There are different things you can do (ride a pony, petting zoo, etc), but we just stuck to the pumpkin patch and food trucks. Prices were reasonable and they were filming the show while we were there! Very cool!
  • Maybe stop with the showcasing of exotic animals by those a-holes at Walk on the Wild Side. It's traumatic for the cats, but they know that and simply don't care.
  • This is not currently open even though Google says it is. This looks like it would be a fun place.