Pumpkin Patch Greeley
Pumpkin Vine

Family owned and operated farm.
Family friendly!

Open, August, September, October.

Pumpkin Patch | Roasted Chilies | Greeley Colorado

Colorado Pumpkin Patch
Roasted Chilies Colorado

Hours of operation are:

August – Tuesday thru Saturday, 10am – 6pm
September – Monday thru Saturday & last Sunday of the month , 10am – 6pm
Closed Labor Day
– Open daily 9am – 6pm

12404 WCR 64 ½, Greeley, Colorado 80631
970-686-7225 Farm 
(Aug-Oct only) – 970-576-8970 (year around & evening)
Cash or Checks Only  – ATM available in October

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All activities and events are “weather permitting.”



Daily Activities during Open Hours


• Roasted Green Chile & Produce Stand:
Green chilies grown at the farm, roasted on site – mid Aug thru October. Peak season is September.

• Pumpkin Patch:
Pick your own patch opens last weekend of September.

• Pink Pumpkins for Breast Cancer Research :
Pink pumpkins for breast cancer research. Available October.

• Fresh Produce:
Roadside produce stand features fresh product grown at the farm or from local farmers including local honey.

• Farm Equipment Museum:
A self-guided walking tour of vintage farm equipment. Pick up guide book in gift shop.

• Barn Quilt Gallery:
A self-guided walking tour of a gallery of painted quilt blocks depicting life at Tigges Farm.  Pick up a brochure in gift shop.

• Gift Shop:
Visit gift shop for fresh produce, homemade and fall dιcor gifts.

• School & Childcare Field Trips:
Schedule a field trip for your school, childcare or adult care group and take advantage of pumpkin discount.  Tour groups welcome.

Free Activities at the Farm


• Square Dancing:
Exhibition and audience participation square dancing last weekend of September featuring Merry Mixers Club, Greeley & Classic Dancers, Berthoud.  More about Merry Mixers club

• Military Appreciation Days:
 7th Annual recognition of active, retired and surviving families of the military, October 1-15.  Spin the wheel for our Thank You for serving discount.

• Cowboy Songs (Live Western Singing Show):
Montana/Estes Park Cowboy, Vic Anderson entertains live with Ole Time Favorite Western & Cowboy Songs afternoon of 1st weekend of October.  Plan time to pick a pumpkin and sit a spell and enjoy.  More about Vic Anderson Shows…

• Bookmobile Story time & Crafts:
Clearview Library Bookmobile will be on site the afternoon of 1st weekend of October.  Stay for story time and free crafts.More about Library activities…

• Conestoga Wagon Rides:
Ride a real Conestoga Wagon the afternoon of 2nd weekend of October.  More about Kiowa Creek coaches …

• Soil Education Program (tentative):
Educational displays tentative planned the 2nd weekend of October in recognition of the International Year of Soils.
More for educational activities…


• Antique Tractor Show:
3rd Annual Longs Peak Tractor Club Show.  Other tractor enthusiasts invited to participate. Call – 970-576-8970 to put tractor in show.  More about club…            Toy Tractor Video

• Costume Daze:
Wear a costume to the visit the farm the last weekend in October and dip into the Trick or Treat Candy Bowl – but you must be wearing a costume.  Need a costume? Get one here...

• Hay Wagon Rides:
Complete your visit to the farm with a hay wagon ride the 3rd weekend of October


• 4-H Club Bake Sales:
In support of Weld County 4-H Clubs don’t forget to get some baked goodies to take home the afternoon of the 3rd weekend of October.  More about Weld County 4-H…


Workshops/Events in Partnership with Local Business


• Photography Workshop :
All day workshop last Saturday of September on techniques and Photoshop trick.  No special camera needed. 


• Pumpkin Decorating Workshop:
Afternoon workshop 2nd Saturday of October.  Pick a pumpkin an create a professionally decorated centerpiece.


• Eye Spy Game :
Visit the Colorado Model Railroad Museum in Greeley during Sept, Oct, or Nov and play the Tigges Farm Eye Spy Game for fun and prizes.


• Santa Ornament Workshop:
Create a Santa Ornament from a gourd the first Tuesday in December.




• So God Made A Farm Wife:   Download Hard Copy

• Scavenger Hunt  :
Send the kids off on a scavenger hunt for some extra fun at the farm.  Pick up one in the gift shop or
 download scavenger hunt…


• Auto & Motorcycle Cruise-In’s:
Clubs are welcome to Cruise-In any day or add Tigges Farm on your October rally – lots of things for lots of points if they actually take time to stop for a visit.


• Costumes to Borrow:
Looking for a costume for Halloween or any event or activity during the year?  Check out Colorado Costume Castle with an inventory of 1000’s of costumes and 99% are theatrical quality.  More…


• Livestock Producer Feed Days:
November 1-15 Livestock Producers may glean the pumpkin patch for loads of pumpkins for livestock feed. 
Please pre-schedule by calling 970-686-7225 or 970-576-8970


• Senior, Family or Wedding Pictures :
The farm has lots of picture places. Pictures may be taken early morning or late afternoon to capture the sun rays – just call 970-686-7225 or 970-576-8970 for permission. 


• Tigges Farm Food and Drink :
Several local establishment use Tigges Farm chilies in their menu.
   • For Chile Beer go to Broken Plow Brewery, Greeley
   • For Green Chile go to The Border, Windsor
   • For Chile Verde go to El Charro, Greeley


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Tigges Farm- Roasted Chilies, Pumpkin Patch, Fresh Farm Produce - Greeley Colorado
Tigges Farm Produce
12404 WCR 64 ½, Greeley, Colorado 80631
Phone: 970-686-7225 (Aug-Oct only) – 970-576-8970 (year around & evening)
email: info@TiggesFarm.com
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The farm is east of Windsor Colorado but we have customers from all of the cities around Windsor including Greeley, Loveland, Fort Collins, Wellington, Longmont. Watch for us at the Farmers Market in Windsor, Greeley and Loveland. We have roasted chilies (chiles), fresh produce, and of course, the pumpkin patch.

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