for Events & Activities:  

10:00 am - 5:00 pm

HOURS for COUNTER SALES Sept. 21-Oct. 31     

 Daily 9:00 am-6:00 pm 
Check out our EVENT FLYER !

Edible squashes are grown right here on our farm, such as butternut, buttercup, acorn, spaghetti and hubbard.

A variety of decorative gourds, corn stalks, Indian corn and straw bales is also available.

Last year during the season, we lost a long time vendor here at the farm, Junior Linenfelser.  He purchased his first corn dog stand in 1964 and later owned and operated a carnival for 25 years.  He was most recently known as "The Tire Kicker" as he enjoyed Cushman scooters and old classic cars. He would supply old "finds" for photo ops on the farm some years.    Junior never missed a weekend festival and was always available to share his years of knowledge and experience when something needed attention.  He is sadly missed and leaves behind a lifetime of memories, many friends and loving family.  

The sound of Live Music, the smell of good eats and sweet treats along with the joys of the Fall bounty come alive every weekend. Nobody celebrates FALL like Relleke!

Welcome Back to Relleke

Generations of Memories

Generations of Families

Crafts, demonstrations and fall bows abound during weekend festivals.

​​We have SCHOOL TOURS weekdays Tuesday thru Friday starting October 1st.  View our printable flyer by CLICKING BELOW for more information OR

call 618-797-6858.​ 

Take a wagon ride with your family out to the field and get that special pumpkin.

There are several varieties of pumpkins in many sizes, colors and variations.

In Tribute & Memory of Junior 

June 1, 1941 - October 19, 2018

WEEKEND HOURS ARE 10:00-5:00 p.m. starting September 28th.

Come share the 2019 harvest! Counter sales begin daily September 21st and continue thru October 31st.
Every Weekend is a Fall Festival at the Farm starting September 28th through October 27th. 
Spend the day with your family picking pumpkins, eating great food and having a good time down on the farm!

Relleke Farm is a family farm founded in the late 1800’s providing homegrown produce during the growing season to local neighborhood markets.  Visit Dierberg’s Homegrown Farmer, John Relleke, on YouTube by CLICKING HERE.​