Farmer's Markets at the Farm
5 - 7 pm
Fridays starting June 3rd - Tuesdays starting July 19th
What we have planted for early harvest (June)
spinach, lettuce, kale and cabbage
carrots, red beets, kohlrabi
cilantro, oregano, thyme, chives
later harvest (July-October)
Greens: lettuce, kale and cabbage
Peppers: Green Bells, Jalapenos, Green Chili, Poblanos, Habaneros , Super Hots
Slicing and canning tomatoes
Slicing and Pickling Cucumbers
Carrots, Beets, Turnips and Kohlrabi
Green and Yellow Zucchini and Crook neck Squash
Sweet and Storage Onions
Red, Yukon Gold, Red Gold Potatoes
Herbs: dill, cilantro, basil, oregano, thyme, chives, parsley
2016 Farmer's Markets
Fridays beginning June 3 - September 23rd
Tuesdays beginning July 19- September 20th
Hours: 5 - 7 pm
CORN MAZE and Pumpkin Patch
Opens for the season Saturday September 24th
Closes for season Monday October 31st
Saturdays: 10 am - 10 pm
Sundays: 10 am - 6 pm
Fridays starting October 14th 1 pm - 6 pm
Our family pumpkin patch and Farmer’s Market’s are great fun, but perhaps our biggest attraction is our amazing corn maze.
2015 will be our 8th CORN MAZE. We create a different design each year guaranteed to provide many opportunities to get “lost and found”.
Our amazing Corn MAZES are always a creative picture with the traditional back and forth around the corner maze design in or around the picture. There is usually a smaller section of the corn maze for kids so that it is more enjoyable for younger children or those who don’t or can’t walk very far.
The design in the corn is the walking paths, which are about four feet wide. The corn is sprayed out in early June to create the design. After that the weeds are sprayed and then tilled to make the paths nice and smooth. Early in the season, before the corn is frozen it is easier to get lost because you can’t see through the corn. Later in the season, after a freeze or two and thousands of footprints resulting in hard packed surfaces, it is a little harder to get lost in the corn maze.
We have moonlight/flashlight corn mazes on Saturday nights which are a completely different experience! Getting lost and found takes on a whole new meaning when you can’t see very well and you are afraid one of your friends is going to try to scare you! Because we promote a “family” atmosphere we don’t have a “scary” maze.
The pumpkin patch and CORN MAZE open the last Saturday in September and close October 31st.
Dan, better known as the Pumpkin Dude, has been growing and selling pumpkins for about 20 years, providing more farm pumpkins and a larger variety of pumpkins each year. We have big pumpkins, little pumpkins, white pumpkins, warty pumpkins, carving pumpkins, decorative pumpkins and pie pumpkins, – we even have pumpkins grown just for the hull-less seeds!
Ellis’ Harvest Home has pick-your-own-pumpkins for everyone, from those who want one or two carving size pumpkins to those who want several tons of pumpkins. We even farm pumpkins for those of you who need to have the largest pumpkin or the best fall decorations on the block.
The pick-your-own-pumpkins are displayed in the yard for easier picking, but the “Great Pumpkin” is most often found in the family pumpkin patch. Deciding on the perfect pumpkin is often difficult regardless of where you are looking, but it is always fun!
The pumpkin patch and CORN MAZE open the last Saturday in September and close October 31st. Along with the pumpkins, we have gourds, colored corn, mums and straw for fall decorating, and winter squash for decorating or eating.
Until there's a larger variety of produce
we'll just put a little of everything
we do have in a Better Bag for pick up
the farm Fridays at 5 pm
Please pre-order by noon
Regular markets begin July 1st!
1st Better Bag deliver to Lusk
June 22nd 5pm Extension Office
Fridays Beginning June 3rd 5 - 7 pm
Tuesdays Beginning July 19th 5 - 7 pm
More information Call or text
Ellis' Harvest Home
2927 US HWY 26
Lingle, WY 82223
2 miles west of Lingle on Hwy 26 or 8 miles east of Ft. Laramie on Hwy 26
Wind: 22 mph