Unique Barn Venues + Campfire Sites and Hayrides
Have Your Next Event or Group Outing at Bellevue Berry & Pumpkin Ranch!
Bellevue Berry & Pumpkin Ranch offers a true country experience right outside of Omaha. The ranch has five barn venues available to rent out, each with their own unique personality: The Western Barn, Buena Vista, Hungry Moose Lodge, Frontier Room, and Kicking Horse Cafe & Pavilion. These can be reserved for wedding ceremonies and receptions, class and family reunions, corporate events, birthday parties, graduations parties, and so much more. There are additional outdoor spaces on the ranch that make the perfect setting for wedding ceremonies and celebrations. Bellevue Berry & Pumpkin Ranch does not allow outside catering, but their catering options specialize in BBQ meats and farm-fresh salads, much of which is produced on the farm. They also feature many ethnic meals along with vegetarian dishes.
Reserve a Campfire Spot for Your Group!
Bellevue Berry & Pumpkin Ranch has over 25 campfire and picnic areas, which can be reserved separately for more intimate group gatherings of up to 50 people. Trained staff will start all campfires and each site is equipped with firewood, a picnic table, some benches, and hot dog/s’more sticks. Groups can bring in snacks and drinks (no outside alcoholic beverages) or take advantage of the farm’s catering options. There are also many food stands and the Pirates Pub is open on the weekends serving adult beverages, turkey legs, and more. Daytime campfire site rental includes the use of multiple recreational areas, including How the West Was Fun kids play area, Pirate’s Cove, Enchanted Forest, Frontier Town, the Great Pumpkin Round Up, and more. Nighttime rentals include admission to one attraction, the famous “Ranch of Terror” haunted house or the haunted hayride. You can upgrade while on-site to include both attractions during your visit.
The ranch is known for the most downright fun hayrides around. The 30-minute rides will take you on a journey through 20 acres of wonderful forest. The forest changes with the seasons, so depending on what time of year you visit, you’ll get to see a variety of characters that live in woods at Bellevue Berry & Pumpkin Ranch. The “Ranch of Terror” full of live scares is available during the Halloween season, September 20 through October 27, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. It has been named one of the top Midwest haunted attractions.
Bellevue Berry & Pumpkin Ranch is located at 11001 S 48 St., in Papillion between Cornhusker and Highway 370.