California Farm Life
Welcome to California Farm Life. We are a farming family with over 100 combined years of farming knowledge. (My parents are old.) We would like to invite everyone to our farm/patch to see and learn about pumpkins and everything else we do. We may not be your typical overall wearing farmers, but we know our fertilizers.
California Farm Life has earned its positive reputation because we go out of our way to provide truly exceptional service to each of our customers. We understand that your needs can change last minute, and we’re ready to adapt our services quickly to ensure your plans exceed your expectations .
Check out our Instagram page at California.Farm.Life and our Facebook page at California.Farm.Life
or come say hi at 18409 Rangeland rd
This year we are very excited to offer many different activities including but not limited to:
Smash-a-pumpkin and feed it to the cows ($3)
Upick sunflowers. ($1 a stem)
Upick pumpkin ($5-30)
Giant tractors to play in and take pictures by
2 large buildings full of pumpkins, including prince and princess pumpkins, Turks turban, yellow, white, warty, and many many more
Countless photo opps
and on weekends a Tarot Card Reader
Our pumpkin farm offers guided tours that give you an inside look at how we grow our pumpkins. With over 100 combined years of experience, our family-operated farm is proud to show guests how we get our pumpkins from seed to fruit. Bring the family and come see for yourself how pumpkin farming is done in Ramona California.
Tours are around an hour long. We will walk around the farm and explain an overview of the whole process. You can sit on the equipment and see how hard or easy some aspects of farming really are.
Please contact us if you would like to schedule a tour.
- Sat, Apr 27RamonaApr 27, 2024, 10:00 AM – Apr 28, 2024, 2:00 PMRamona, 18409 Rangeland Rd, Ramona, CA 92065, USA
On the farm we may not have a lot of employees, but these two are defiantly at the top. Ike is the friendliest old man you will ever meet. He would love for you to throw a ball all day. Just don't throw it too far. Milly on the other hand is a bit on the hyper side. She loves any attention you will give her especially from kids who might drop food. There is never enough snacks or pets for her..
Come say hi! Also pets are welcome, but please remember this is a farm with animals who don't like to be talked to in any other language than human. And try as I may there is a lot of dirt.