PYO Raspberries beginning Wednesday July 11. Fresh strawberries, raspberries, sweet Cherries, broccoli, and field tomatoes at the farm
Bry-Anne Farms, home of The Great Pumpkin Patch, is a family owned and operated business. It was established in 1992 by Bryan and Anne Durst however the home farm has been in the family for five generations. Through years of hands-on experience and education, we are proud to be producers of quality fruits and vegetables in the Niagara Region. We both earned Honours Degrees in Science (Agriculture) at the University of Guelph.
In October, we are home of “The Great Pumpkin Patch”. Our farm is transformed by the beauty of the fall harvest and family fun erupts with excitement.
During the whole month of October you can get pumpkins, get a snack, visit the Pumpkin Discovery Center, take a hayride, get lost in the straw maze or explore the barn.
Come and see Mrs. Scarecrow. We look forward to seeing your students at “The Great Pumpkin Patch”
Bry-Anne Farms is committed to providing a quality product at a fair price using traditional and sustainable agricultural practices.
wagon rides given since we first opened.
pumpkins grown–so far!
baskets of strawberries picked
treasured memories made
We are producers of fresh, high-quality fruits and vegetables. Our main crops are strawberries, raspberries, sweet corn, tomatoes, squash, and pumpkins. We are probably best known for our sweet corn. We make all natural, old-fashioned, tasty butter and fruit tarts and pies throughout the season.