Dear Fog Willow Friends and Families,
Gourdy, Farmer Joe, and the Fog Willow Farms Team would like to say THANK YOU for another great year at the farm!
We appreciate your support and friendship. It was our pleasure to give the kids some normalcy. We loved seeing them petting the animals, going for hay rides, learning and playing, picking pumpkins, and making great memories with us on the farm.
The 2021 Season did have its own set of hurdles. We survived a record-breaking storm here on the farm… With a lot hard work, we ensured that our grounds will still safe, dry, and fun to play on. Now it is time to start building and planning for next year!
Fog Willow Farms is officially closed for the 2021 Season. Thank you again for joining us in Wilton!
The Pumpkin Farm is Closed for the 2021 Season!
Nestled along the banks of the sleepy Consumnes River lies a beautiful 9 acre farm. It is situated just a quick 20 minutes from downtown Sacramento, Folsom, and Lodi. It is only 10 minutes from the heart of Elk Grove. Here at Fog Willow Farms, you and your family/friends can experience all of the fun and excitement of the old farm in the country.
Fog Willow is not a farm that you will find mazes, cannons, and scary creatures. Fog Willow is a friendly, safe, exciting "Edu-Tainment" farm where you can celebrate all that is agriculture, all that is family and all that is fun.
Many squeal with delight while enjoying the old fashioned hayride while eating homemade fudge and caramel apples. But nothing is looked forward to more than the family search for the perfect pumpkin. That first sight of thousands of orange pumpkins in the pumpkin patch makes even the oldest of visitors turn into kids again. It is always one of everyone’s cherished family memories, year in and year out.
Everybody seems to have favorite memories of visiting the country farm just outside of town. It is almost a rite of passage where the fall trip to the farm is passed down from generation to generation.
Some people long for the first sign of sweatshirt weather with the change in the seasons. Others love the hands on experience of all the animals, both large and small.