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Up-Coming Events

 August 2015 -
      A "Frozen" Summer

 September 2015 -
      Heirloom Tomato Tasting
      Johnny Appleseed Day

 October 2015 -
      Scarecrow Contest
      Wild West Roundup
      Visitors from Oz

December 2015 -
      Letters to Santa
      Wreath Making Workshop
      A Visit from Santa
      "A Special Snowman


   Cider Tasting
   Honey Tasting
   U-Pick Gardens
   Pumpkin Patch
   Farm Animals
   Antique Farm Equipment
   Picnic Area
   Hay Maze
   Wooden Train
   Fort York Mountain
   Lasso a Dummy Steer
   Water Pump Barrels
   Tractor Tire Garden
   Sawhorse Broncos
   Hay Stack
   Bird Watching
   Photo Opportunities
   Pro Photographer Terms

 Special Events
   A "Frozen" Summer
   Heirloom Tomato Tasting
   Johnny Appleseed Day
   Scarecrow Contest
   Wild West Roundup
   Visitors from Oz
   Halloween at the Farm
   Christmas at the Farm
   Letters To Santa
   Wreath Making Workshop
   A Visit From Santa
   A Snowman Visit
   Birthday Parties
   Weddings & Events
   October Field Trips

 About Us
   Farm Story
   Farm History
   Sweet Peas on 46
   Farm News

   Crops Grown
   Made In SLO
   Recipe Box
   Harvest Calendar

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   Dates & Hours of Operation
   Farm Blog

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   All About Pumpkins
   SLO Grown
   Paso Robles Tourism
   Visit SLO San Luis Obispo
   Templeton Chamber



Jack Creek Farms near Paso Robles

Woody & Jessie

Field Trips

Jack Creek Farms is a small 5th generation family farm. Our farm is nestled in the coastal foothills of Central California 6 miles west of Templeton and Paso Robles. Our farm stand is located directly off of scenic Highway 46 West, in the heart of San Luis Obispo County wine country. We have RV and tour bus parking with easy highway access.

Folks who visit our farm are invited to take a few moments to reconnect with simpler times past.  Stroll through our gardens and antique farm equipment display.  Depending upon the season, pick a sunflower, olallieberries or a basket of sun kissed vine ripe tomatoes.  Discover long forgotten heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables enjoyed many generations ago.  Try your hand at throwing a lasso and rope  "Bailey" our mascot roping steer.  Pump our old-fashioned water pump barrels or sit down in the shade and enjoy watching the numerous native birds that live on our farm.  In the fall kids love our u-pick pumpkin patch.  Sample apple cider slushees and pomegranate juice granitas.  Browse our country store or visit with the farm animals.  On weekends enjoy one of our freshly baked treats. We use our own free-range ranch eggs, honey, freshly ground whole wheat flour, apples, peaches, olallieberries, walnuts, pumpkins, etcetera, that are grown on our farm. We are proud to be the oldest pumpkin farm in SLO County and the Central Coast. The selection of baked goods changes with the seasons. If you like fudge, we make what we believe will be the best you have ever tasted.

Pure Natural Raw Honey

The local beehives have been "a buzz" with activity, and we offer many different varieties of honey for sampling.  Local varieties of raw, natural unfiltered honey include (depending upon the harvest and season) toyon, yellow star thistle, wildflower, wild buckwheat, apple blossom, pomegranate, orange blossom, coastal sage, black button sage, safflower, raspberry, cotton, avocado, comb honey and more!

It is amazing how honey can taste so different depending upon what the bees are pollinating. No infusions, flavors, syrups, or additives. Just 100% pure honey the way the bees made it in the hive. Tasting is free, and we are happy to share ideas and recipes for pairing and enjoying honey.

We use naturally grown farming methods and believe firmly in being good stewards of the land.  We provide you with an opportunity to put a face on your farmer, and to learn where your food comes from.

We plant, tend, and harvest by hand which results in a high quality product. Summer produce is picked fresh daily and at its peak of ripeness.  We are pleased to offer you fresh and wholesome foods, old-fashioned hospitality, and a true taste of country each time you stop by.

Check out the links to the left to learn about the many activities and products we have available from our farm's roadside stand.  Our focus changes with the central coast seasons - Herbs & Veggies in the summer and Gourds & Pumpkins grown in our very own pumpkin patch in the fall. We offer u-pick for almost every crop we grow including olallieberries, peaches, plums, apples, onions, garlic, tomatoes and pumpkins.

With your support we hope to continue to supply our visitors and central coast community with fresh and wholesome fruits, vegetables, eggs, juice and baked goods.

By supporting small family farms, you have helped to not only preserve our rural character and cherished open space, you have also helped to preserve our family traditions and heritage. Best of all . . . harvest fun and take home a memory!

Thank you and see you soon!!!                   

   Tim Joy Becky and Mandy



Current Harvest
Our next harvest will be:


Sweet Onions
Wheat Bundles
Heirloom Tomatoes
Dried Lavender Bundles
Apple Cider
Pomegranate Cider
Olallieberry Cider
Asian Pear Cider
Zinfandel Grape Cider


  Coming Soon

Watch for pumpkins & winter squash coming soon!

Click here to see our
Harvest Calendar.



Fresh Eggs

Cage Free Brown Eggs
We are so pleased to offer local cage free hen eggs from Natalie's Nest Eggs. Natalie is a freshman in high school and is using the profits from her flock to start a college fund. Her hens are pampered and loved Rhode Island Reds that lay brown eggs. Call ahead and we will hold a dozen for you!

We have several new local products in our farm market including Alle Pia Salami, fresh chevre goat's milk farmstead cheese from Stepladder Creamery (seasonal), Brian's Artisan Bread - their Rosemary Sourdough Bread is amazing!

Stepladder Fresh Chevre



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Jack Creek Farms is located in the West Templeton - Paso Robles area in San Luis Obispo County - on the California Central Coast