Family Activities, Holidays

Keema’s Pumpkin Farm Review

Keema’s Pumpkin Farm was founded in 2007 on a small farm that the Keema family has owned, operated and resided upon for more than 100 years.  They focus on “…providing our guests with a good product at a fair price and an enjoyable experience when they visit.” My family has visited Keema’s Pumpkin Farm annually for many years, so this is my real life Keema’s Pumpkin Farm Review.


Keema’s Pumpkin Farm is located at 6532 Point Pleasant Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95757.

Hours & Admission

Keema’s typically is open the last weekend of September through October 31st every year. You’ll want to call Keema’s to verify dates, hours of operation, admission prices, other fees, rules, etc.


  • Tuesday – Friday: 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
  • Saturday:  10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
  • Sunday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
  • Open Halloween from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Phone: (916)684-2334


General Admission:

  • Ages 13 and up: $6.00/ person
  • Ages 2 to 12: $4.00/ person
  • Under 2 Free with a paying adult

Parking (Free)

Keema’s has a parking at their location and there is typically a staff member directing people where to park since the parking area is grass and has no painted lines.

Activities (Included with general admission)

  • Pumpkin Patch (must take hay ride to field)
  • Hay rides to pumpkin patch
  • Hay pyramid (to climb on)
  • Farm animals (some you can pet and feed)
  • Hay maze (kids under 5)
  • Corn Maze (to walk through)

Items not included with general admission

  • Corn Stalk Bundles: $5.00/ bundle (6 stalks)
  • Mini Hay Bales: $7.00 ea.
  • Pumpkins start at $2.00 and go up to $40 based on size. A price board is located at the checkout.
  • Merchandise and snacks are also available onsite.

*Note: They have a $0.50 transaction fees for all debit/credit cards.  The fee is applied per transaction.


Keema’s does not allow pets with the exception of service animals.

My thoughts

We’ve been visiting Keema’s for many years. Our kids enjoy picking their own pumpkins and the hayride to the pumpkin patch. But, like most kids, they enjoy seeing, petting and feeding the farm animals. They spend a lot of time holding the chicks (baby chickens). They also like the other activities like the corn maze and the hay pyramid. My wife and I like it because it has multiple activities, it’s affordable, and it’s in an intimate setting (not too large). We usually go early in the season (last weekend of September when they open or first weekend in October) to avoid the crowds. We would recommend Keema’s without reservation. Hope you enjoyed my real life Keema’s Pumpkin Farm Review. Below are some pictures from our trips to Keema’s.

Keema’s sign and entrance.
Kids can sit on tractor for pictures
A bathtub sized container of chicks (baby chickens) that kids can hold and pet.
Goat area.
Pig area.
Sometimes they allow you to feed the donkey and horse.
Corn maze.
Hay ride to pumpkin patch.
Pumpkin patch.
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