Who We Are
The Lytle family has lived and farmed in New London, PA, since the 1940s.
Don – or Pop Pop – Lytle started the pumpkin business about 30 years ago, and his family continues the tradition today.
We are so grateful that multiple generations of families come back to visit us each fall.
(And our animal friends love to see you, too!)
What We Offer
We offer a pick-your-own pumpkin patch with a free hayride out to the fields.
Beyond the patch, you can find pumpkins and gourds in all sizes and colors, corn stalks, straw bales, and more.
In 2011, we launched a
5-acre corn maze.
What started out as a college fundraiser for the Lytle triplets has become a favorite for children and adults alike.
Each year, we add new things to find in our scavenger-hunt-style maze. And if you’re craving a bigger challenge, you can guess the secret word cut into the paths!
Check out this video from our 2018 season for a preview of the farm
Our 2020 Season & Hours
September 19 – November 1
Updated hours as of Tuesday, Oct. 27:
Saturday and Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM
Wednesday and Friday 3 PM – 6PM
*Update: For everyone’s safety, we’re requiring face coverings and asking all visitors to please social distance while at the farm. Thank you!
*Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date on extended hours or weather cancellations.
Q: How often do the hayrides run, and where do they take us?
A: Hayrides run constantly each day we’re open, weather permitting. The tractor will take you out to the pumpkin patch. (You may even see some sheep on the way!)
Q: How much does it cost to go into the corn maze?
A: $6 per person. But, your little ones 3 years and younger are free.
Q: Do you accept credit cards?
A: Yes, we do!
Q: Can I bring my pet?
A: We are pet lovers, but we ask that you leave your four-legged family members at home.
Q: How much does it cost to pick a pumpkin from the patch?
A: We do not charge any admissions fees. Pumpkins are sold by the pound.
Q: Do you have any more information on the history of the farm?
A: Yes, stay tuned! We will soon host a blog where you can discover more stories about the farm.
Get in Touch
170 Church Road, Lincoln University, PA