PRAIRIE HOME FARM is Coeur d Alene’s own local pumpkin patch. Nothing fancy, just farm. A five acre, 100 year old farm featuring pumpkins, fall produce and decorations. An old milking barn, all the farm implements, tools and old machinery imaginable, combined with linda’s scattered vignettes, make for a perfect back drop for fall family photos ops. Throw in about 12 different kinds of farm animals in their pens, pastures and coops, and you’ve got a perfect autumn day steeped in good ol’ farm tradition. Feed bought for feeding the animals hunting for the perfect pumpkin, with feed in hand to feed all the critters, rounds it off weaving a perfect, simple, slowed down kind of day.


Meander in, relax and maybe take the tire swing for a spin. Prairie home farm in Coeur d’Alene Idaho is open 2 days a week to the public only in the month of October. All other day in the month are available for field trips, barn rentals and birthday parties.


LIL’ PUNKIN PIE CO. Is the farms little off shoot featuring farm fresh fruit pies. Found in a repurposed outbuilding, lil’ punkin pie co. was born out of an over abundance of fruit on the farm and linda’s insatiable passion for baking. All these little pieces contributed to a simple pie business plan- farmy, homemade, none too fancy, classic fruit pies using local ingredient with a very small carbon footprint print!













Prairie Home Farm is aware of the recent covid surge. Social distancing is encourage and masks are suggested when this can’t be done. Fieldtrips will be expected to follow what ever rules they have Mandated for their school or facility.


The pumpkin patch is open every Wednesday and Saturday but only in the month of October. If it’s a Wednesday or a Saturday and it is October- we are open! All other days in October available for Fieldtrips, barn rental, and birthday parties.

Hours - 10am to 5pm



2021 PRICES:
Pumpkin patch Prices listed below.

PIE and FARM PIE SCHOOL prices on PIE Page.

- Pumpkins- 39 cents a pound
( straw bales, heirloom pumpkins, gourds and mini pumpkins individually priced )

- Admission- $2.00

- Feed bags- $6.00

- Field trips- $9.00
Includes a pumpkin the size of their heads, a bag of feed to feed the animals and a snack of popcorn and cider in the barn.


- December 11th- Kootenai county WINTER farmers market, 10:00-3:00. At  the kootenai county fair grounds. Pie for purchase.  For info.


-December 21st- last day for Christmas pie orders

-December 24th 12:00-5:00- Christmas pie order pickup at the farm. In the bakery.

- December 28- monthly FARMPIESCHOOL. ( as always, 4th Tuesday of every month).








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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