2500 Johnson Rd
Oswego, IL 60543
*Use driveway entrance off of Johnson Road only, not Schlapp Road.
CLOSED FOR THE SEASON! See you in the spring with flowers!
Open May, then mid-July to October 31st
Monday – Friday: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Call for holiday hours
*No pets please! NO SMOKING or e-cigarettes allowed! You are welcome to smoke in your car.
Oswego Farmstand opens yearly at the end of April to kick off the growing season!
Locally-grown flats of bedding flowers
Vegetable, fruit, and herb plants
Oswego Farmstand is closed for the month of June but reopens in July with a variety of vegetables. Many are homegrown right on our Oswego farm! We also sell seasonal fruit.
Hot and sweet peppers
Illinois favorites such as peaches, watermelons, & muskmelons
Oswego Farmstand sells APPLES you can pick right off the trees in our Oswego apple orchard! Apple picking begins in late August and is available daily. It continues until late October, while supplies last. We also sell pre-picked apples for your convenience. 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 PUMPKINS you can pick right off the vines in our large Oswego pumpkin patch! Daily pumpkin picking is available early fall through Halloween. We also sell pre-picked pumpkins for your convenience.
Oswego Farmstand is the home of our SATURDAY & SUNDAY FESTIVITIES beginning early September and ending the last weekend of October. It also includes Columbus Day. Enjoy our 10-acre corn maze, kids play area, animal barn, wagon rides, and more! Don’t miss our homemade apple cider donuts, kettle corn, fudge, and other delicious treats while you are visiting the farm on Saturdays and Sundays in the fall.
Sold throughout the seasons:
Jellies and jams
Salad dressings and salsas
Specialty jarred goods
Want to read about how the Oswego Farmstand got started? Check out our About Us page!
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CLOSED FOR THE SEASON. See you in May with flowers!