October 15th thru November 13th 2023

Hosted by Montana Ranch and Cattle Company

15852 Wible Rd, Bakersfield, Ca 93313

Monday - Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm

Saturday - Sunday 10:00am to 6:00pm

Purchase Tickets Online or at the Festival

  • Entrance Price

    All tickets purchased Online or at the door

    15852 Wible Rd. Bakersfield, California

    Weekdays - Monday - Friday

    10:00am to 4:00pm

    $3.00 - Adult

    Weekends - Saturday & Sunday

    10:00am to 6:00pm

    $3.00 - Adult

    Children 5 years and younger are FREE

    Admission includes tax and all farm activities

    We do allow same day re-entry

  • Discounts

    Free - Available Daily

    Valid for: Children 5 and under, Veterans, Active Military, Teachers, Senior Citizens (55+), and Clergy

    Grandparents FREE Thursday  - Discount Available on Thursdays only!

  • Included in Entrance Price

    Visit Country Store

    Pumpkin Patch - pumpkins sold separately

    Corn Crib

    Fall Photography

    Hay Bale Maze

    Hayride - Tour the Ranch

    Petting Farm - Cows, Horses, and Chickens


    Tire Crawl

    Zip Line

  • Additional Costs

    What will cost additionally inside?

    Pumpkins - $2.00 to $30.00

    Montana Ranch and Cattle BBQ

    Hamburgers - $5.00

    Cheeseburgers - $6.00

    Chips - $1.00

    Soda - $1.00

    Water - $1.00

    Credit Cards and Cash accepted throughout the ranch! 

  • Pumpkins: pick-your-own

    Price: $2.00 to $30.00 depending on the size

    Purchase an entrance ticket Online or at the Door to see our Fall and Harvest Festival and to experience all of the fall fun! 

    THANK YOU to our local California farmers and ranchers for supporting us this year!

  • Sponsors

    We want to thank our sponsors for their support this year.


Fall and Harvest Festival

In North America the arrival of autumn brings excitement for once-a-year activities from apple picking and pumpkin carving to cider sipping and hay rides. Fall also brings relief from months of sweltering heat, and people are eager to don their flannel shirts and sweaters to greet the cooler temperatures and crisp air. Traditionally known as a time to celebrate the harvesting of crops – including grapes, tree fruit, apples, squash and pumpkins – people flock to farms and orchards across the country to pick their own produce and take family photos with farm animals and scarecrows. Though the season is short, Fall and Harvest Festival is chock full of entertainment, events, and activities to keep your weekdays and weekends filled with family fun.