Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of our frequently asked questions.  If you don’t find the question and answer you are looking for, please feel free to give us a call 541-688-4389 or send us an email.  Thank you . . . The Lone Pine Team!

1.  What are your hours?

The farm is now OPEN for the season.  Lone Pine Farms is a seasonal operation, and we are open from late April  through October 31st.   Hours are 9am to 7pm everyday during those months, including all Holidays!

2.  What types of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, check, debit and credit cards, WIC, EBT, and farmers coupons.

3.  Are Pets allowed?

Unfortunately only service dogs are allowed, such as seeing eye dogs.  Since we are a food establishment, animals are not allowed in our market. The Lone Pine staff loves all pets, however, at this time we are not able to accommodate having them on the farm.  Thank you for understanding. 

4.  What types of U-Pick items do you have?  

In May/June we have  U-Pick  Strawberries.  Usually starting in late July our Zinnia and Sunflower garden is also U-Pick.  Starting October 1st, we will have U-pick Pumpkins. Please call the market to be sure the berries are available, as weather can alter the picking schedule.  There is a charge for the U-Pick items. 

5.  When will the strawberries be ready? 

Our U-Pick Strawberry Patch is now CLOSED.

6.  What kinds of produce do you carry?

We carry an array of farm, fresh local and organic items.  We feature, Lone Pine’s Own, Locally Grown, and Northwest Grown.  We strive to bring you the freshest produce and the best value.  If we don’t grow it ourselves, we have partnering  farmers in the area that do, so we can make your shopping experience complete to find all the items you need.

7.  What types of childrens’ activities do you offer?

Playground with swings, slides, climbing apparatus, sandbox, tether ball, petting barn with goats and goat walk, sheep, bunnies.  A huge chicken coop with viewing nesting station,  Mining Sluice, and lots of room to run and play!

8.  When do you operate the cow train?

Generally the cow train runs during our harvest time in October.  However, you can rent the cow train when you book a party in our Critter Country picnic rental area. 

9.  Are the food court tables free for parties?

There is no charge if you would like to have a small party in our food court seating area.  Please keep in mind, that these tables are not reservable, still open to the public and your thoughtfulness on clean up is much appreciated.

10.   What is included in the Critter Country Picnic rental area?

There is a covered Gazebo area, with 3 large picnic tables, BBQ (bring your own briquets) , power and water.  Also, other amenities include a grass volleyball area, horseshoe pits and a small frisbee golf area.

11.  When does the Corn Maze open?

Daytime Corn Maze opens on  October 1st, 2016.  Daytime Corn Maze is open October 1st – October 31st, 2016  from 10am – 5pm.

12.  What are the hours of the Corn Maze?

Hours for the daytime Maze are 10am – 5pm  7 days a week.   

13.  What is the cost for the Corn Maze?

Daytime Cost is 12 and under  $5   12+  $7       2016 Maze will be for kids this year! Non Haunted. You can still come out and enjoy the corn maze, just not haunted.

14.  What is the cost of your pumpkins?

Pumpkin Cost =  3 lbs for /.99 cents or .33 cents lb.    Monday – Friday you pay inside the market.  Sat and Sun there is a pumpkin weigh station and payment register at the south end of the tented area.

15.  What local vendors do you buy from?

Our dry goods market has a variety of local vendors from the Eugene area.  Here are just a few . . .    Becky’s salsa,  Bread Stop Breads, Umpqua Dairy, Jackie’s Honey, Mckenzie Mist, Sara’s caramels, Carmens Chips, Caffeto Coffee, Labrang Tea, Jack Daddy Cereal,  Home Grown Foods,  to name a few.