Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Cash or Debit Accepted
Nestled in the quaint Mennonite farming community of St. Clements, Nauman's Farms offers a relaxed, country setting where you can buy farm fresh fruits and vegetables at fair prices.
We have several crops during the summer, and we also invite you out to challenge our Corn Maze in the fall, while you and your family select the perfect pumpkins, mums, and fall decorations.
Late summer and fall all is a magical time of the year on the farm. The trees turn beautiful colors as though their whole purpose is to compliment the golden colors of our pumpkins! And the Corn Maze is so much fun you'll want to run through again and again.
We display over 5,000 pumpkins and grow thousands more, so come out to pick your own pumpkins, and select from the huge variety that we've already brought in from the fields for your convenience. We raise more than 20 varieties, and you'll find every size and color imaginable.
We also have a great selection of Thanksgiving and Halloween decorations, gourds, corn stalks, straw bales of various sizes, and beautiful, hearty fall mums. Our farm also grows 35 varieties of delicious and decorative squash!
Be sure to stop by our Farm Fun Activities for the kids! They will love the fun attractions we have in store for them!
Open Early May - December 1st
When you can't make it to the farm, please stop by to see us at the St. Jacobs Farmers Market , on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
We will open the first day strawberries become available, and throughout the summer until Labour Day.
We now have two locations at the market- just look for our new orange tents and the tall flag!
We open in Mid-June with 4 varieties of delicious, sweet red strawberries. You may pick your own, or buy them fresh picked and ready for you in the farm market. We also have farm fresh rhubarb ready about this same time, through to Labour Day.
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Nauman farms no longer grows Raspberries.