Prairie Home Farm is Coeur d'Alenes' own local pumpkin patch situated on the edge of town, decorated in antiques with the usual farm animals looking on. Pumpkins, fall produce, fall decorations and animal feed all available to purchase add to a perfect autumn day steeped in farming tradition, simply slowed down family time and the hunt for the perfect pumpkin.


Meander in, slow down, maybe take the tree swing for a spin and stay a while pardners! Prairie Home farm in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, is open to the public two days a week in the month of October for fall activites, and throughout the year by appointment for birthday parties in the barn, as a wedding venue, for events, or as a photo shoot background.


Lil' Punkin Pie Co.'s purchases are also available all year round. You can place your pie orders by phone, or could be bought directly at the Kootenai county Farmers Market and Prairie Home Farm both in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho when open.


We love to share our excitement for the cucurbita species (pumpkin-squash) and our farm with the community throughout the year. Boy scouts, girl scouts and high school classes have used prairie home farm (some annually) to help with community service projects.



October 2015 Info:

Hours - 10am to 5pm

Days Open: Wednesday and Saturday


- Pumpkins .30 cents a lb.
- Farm Admission $2.00
- Pumpkin Patch Admission Free
- To feed the animals $4.50
- Field Trips $6.00 per person
- Birthday Parties and Events Call for pricing


Special Event

Spokane Story Telling League Sat Oct. 24th 2:00pm
Judy Brook Book Signing of "Molly's Memories"
Saturday the 17th from 10:00- 12:00 in the barn.
Judy lived in this house and with her family watched molly the runt piglet grow.








Not all pumpkins are in green bluff. For over 8 years Coeur d'Alene has had its own pumpkin patch,  smaller and more personal and just miles from the center of town. In the field, on the vine, snipped and up front for sale. Heirloom, Specialty and even Cinderella’s for decoration, carving or cooking.

Pigs, sheep, horses, goats, chickens gees, ducks, rabbits. Throw in a few farm dogs and barn cats and let the show begin. Most visitors buy food for feeding but be careful- if it has a mouth it can bite! (what do these geese have to be so angry about?).

Late Summer/Fall produce or Fall decorations can be found at Prairie Home Farm. Find popcorn dried and on the cob, winter squash, bouquet garnets (parsley, rosemary, thyme and sage bundles) peppers, berries etc... and most all you should need for your fall decorations.

7790 N. Atlas Rd.
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83835
ph: 208.762.3289

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