The trains will take visitors to a Pumpkin Patch where they can buy their pumpkins. Prices coming soon.
Portola High School Culinary Arts and Yearbook staff will be selling handmade foods including chili, cornbread, baked potatoes, desserts and drinks.
The Portola Volunteer Fire Department will be having a fire truck on display and running the HAUNTED RAIL CAR!, a haunted house.
Interactive map...get directions to the Pumpkin Patch:
Museum open 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM on Pumpkin Patch Express Days
Trains depart hourly 1:00 to 5:00 PM
Admission $10 per car or $5 with 3 cans of food for the E.P.C.A.N. Food Bank
From the first weekend's event Bil Jackson, our CMO, took approximately 545 pounds of canned food to our local food bank on Tuesday October 11th. They were very happy for the donation as Thanksgiving is around the corner.
Ethan Doty and Bil Jackson took an additional 250 pounds of food to the food bank on Tuesday October 18th from the second weekend of Pumpkin Trains.