516 Knoch Knolls Road
Naperville, IL 60565
(630) 369-5319

Open from late April to late October. We are closing for the season at 5pm on Friday, October 30th.

You MUST wear a mask while shopping in our farmstand. If you cannot wear a mask, give us a call and we can adjust your shopping to curbside pickup. Follow social distancing guidelines. Please refer to our Safety Plan for more details.

Monday – Friday: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Call for holiday hours

Our apple orchard, pumpkin patch, and Fall Festivities are located at our OSWEGO farm. 

& CASH (We do not accept $100 bills.)

*No pets please! NO SMOKING or e-cigarettes allowed! You are welcome to smoke in your car.

Spring

Naperville Farmstand opens yearly at the end of April to kick off the growing season!

Hanging baskets
Beautiful planters
Specialty annuals
Locally-grown perennials
Locally-grown flats of bedding flowers
Vegetable, fruit, and herb plants

Summer

Naperville Farmstand sells a variety of vegetables, many of them homegrown, as well as seasonal fruit!

SWEET CORN
Tomatoes
Hot and sweet peppers
Cucumbers
Yellow squash
Zucchini
Onions
Potatoes
Green beans
Garlic
Illinois favorites such as peaches, watermelons, & muskmelons
Michigan blueberries

Fall

Naperville Farmstand sells PRE-PICKED APPLES fresh from our Oswego apple orchard! Since we have apple varieties that ripen throughout the late summer and fall, we offer a large selection of your favorite varieties.

We also sell PRE-PICKED PUMPKINS from our large Oswego pumpkin patch! We start picking our homegrown pumpkins in early fall.

Gourds
Straw bales
Cornstalk bundles
Ornamental corn
Apple butter
Pumpkin butter

Sold throughout the seasons:
Local honey
Jellies and jams
Pie fillings
Salad dressings and salsas
Specialty jarred goods

Want to read about how the Naperville Farmstand got started? Check out our About Us page!

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Closed for the season! See you in the spring with flowers, vegetable plants, and perennials!