Fresh · Local · Affordable

Seasonal Fruits & Vegetables

CHeck it out

Community Centered Events

Our annual kick off to melon harvest! Enjoy your time at the farm listening to a full day music line up, kids activities, food tucks, local vendors, and educational opportunities.  

Watermelon crawl

Our three main EVENTs

Community Centered Events

sip n' ride

Sip and ride your way through are farm! This is an horse focused event, but includes a variety of non riding activities and a full bar!

CHeck it out


Community Centered Events

Fall Family Fun

Pumpkins galore and fun for all ages. Join us each weekend in October for a farm festival designed to be affordable and educational! Includes Live Music!

CHeck it out


watermelon crawl

9 AM 
Move Those Melons 5K

sip N' rIDE

Morning Ride
9 AM - 1 PM


This will be a full two-day festival each weekend. This will include our amazing pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayrides,  crafts, coloring contest, games, sensory tables, farm animals, concessions,  beer, wine and cider, and live music.
Seeking food, craft, and merchandise vendors.

10 AM
Festival Opens

9 PM
Festival Closes

Estimated Attendance 200 - 400

Festival setting including 5K in the morning, watermelon samples and sales, corn maze, hayrides, kid crafts, sensory tables, farm animals, bounce houses, concessions, beer garden with beer, wine and cider, and live music.  
Looking for food and merchandise vendors. 

Estimated Attendance 75 -150

Afternoon Ride
2 PM - 6 PM

Riding Ends

Patrons will bring their horses and ride on the farm. They can ride through the corn maze, take a leisurely walk through the fields, and take advantage of our mobile bar cart. 
We are looking for food, craft, and merchandise vendors . 

Estimated Attendance 500-700

October 1 - 31
Open Saturday & Sunday
10 AM - 5 PM

vendor guidelines

  • Vendor setup begins two hours prior to event opening. You may set up the evening prior to an event, but this must be arranged in advance.
  • All personal vendor vehicles must be removed from the event area 30 minutes prior to event opening. They may be parked across the street at Northwest Transplants or in the public parking area of venue.
  • Vendors must be open and ready to sell 15 minutes prior to event opening.
  • Vendors will supply their own tents, tables, supplies, trash receptacles, etc. Vendors are invited to bring walls or canopies to use in the setup of their space. There will be a central location available for trash disposal at the end of each day. Vendor space will be kept neat and clear of debris.
  • Vendors must always operate in a courteous professional manner. If a vendor sells out of product, they will make a sold-out sign and may leave their tent. Packing and tear down will begin at close of event – no sooner. Please make your best effort to always staff your booth; if you need a personal break, please be considerate and post a sign.
  • Vendors will be issued a vendor pass to be worn while present on WVMC grounds. This will be transferrable.
  • All vendors will have signage at their booth identifying the business name and location.
  • All vendors using any sort of open flame must have a certified fire extinguisher on hand.
  • Vendor shall not sell prohibited items including THC products, firearms, animals, items violating trademark regulations, or any other item found objectionable by management.
  • Water will be available at a common use area for cleanup. If you request water to be always available for your booth; please contact us for further discussion and fee schedule.
  • There is no security or electronic monitor on site. Vendors agree Willamette Valley Melon Company shall not be held responsible or financially liable for any personal injury, damaged or stolen merchandise or personal property, or losses of any kind. Vendors assume all liability for loss or damage to the venue property and waive any claim against Willamette Valley Melon Company.

SIgn up here


Follow us to be in the know about what's going on and what's available on the stand!