Tulip Fest Dates: TBD
Tentatively Mid-April through Mid-May
Monday through Friday 11AM-6PM
Saturday & Sunday 10AM-7PM
Fall Harvest Dates:
August 26th – October 29th
Tuesday through Saturday: 9am – 6pm
Sunday and Monday: 10am – 6pm
Labor & Columbus Day: 9am – 6pm
October 31st CLOSES AT 4PM
November 2nd – 19th
Thursday through Sunday: 10am – 5pm
Holiday Pie Pick-up
10am – 5pm
1N290 Watson Road (Pumpkins & Tulips)
1N145 Watson Road (Apples & Sunflowers)
N145 Watson Road (Wedding Venue)
Maple Park, IL 60151
1N318 Watson Road
Maple Park, IL 60151
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Hope to see you soon!
How to Find Us
Kuipers Family Farm is located 12 miles west of Geneva off Rt. 38 on Watson Road. The farm is 1/4 mile south of Rt. 38 on Watson Road. The Orchard, Sunflower Fest and Wedding Venue will be on the left, and Pumpkin Farm will be on the right.
I-88 West to exit onto IL-47. Take IL-47 North to Keslinger Road. West on Keslinger Road 5 miles to Watson Road. Turn right on Watson. Our Orchard, Sunflower Fest and Wedding Venue will be on your right and our Tulip & Pumpkin Farm will be on your left.
I-90 West to the Randall Road exit. Randall Road South to Rt. 38. Rt. 38 West 12 miles to Watson Road. South on Watson 1/4 mile to the farm. Our Orchard, Sunflower Fest and Wedding Venue will be on your left and our Tulip & Pumpkin Farm will be on your right.
From The West
Rt. 38 East of County Line Road in Maple Park to Watson Road. South on Watson 1/4 mile to the farm. Our Orchard, Sunflower Fest and Wedding Venue will be on your left and our Tulip & Pumpkin Farm will be on your right.
For the safety of both your pet and other customers we kindly ask that pets are kept at home.
Only Service Animals as defined by Title II and Title III of the ADA will b allowed on the farm and in the buildings but cannot be admitted to the Upic apple orchard due to food safety requirements: A service animal means any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability.
Emotional support animals, comfort animals, and therapy dogs are not service animals under Title II and Title III of the ADA and not allowed.