The Timchac family farm was established in 1926. Uncle Jim was what we like to call, a landscape artist. In his spare time, he created a saw mill, dug several ponds, built numerous outbuildings and carved trails through the woods. Grandma Marie, who grew up on the farm with Uncle Jim, continues to work at the farm to this day. The farm is approximately 220 acres with approximately 80 acres being farmed and the rest being ponds and woods. 3rd generation owners, Cort and Kellie Schepeler decided to create a pumpkin farm and open it to the public. We decided this farm is too beautiful not to be shared. Kellie is a retiree from Dow Chemical and Cort is a retired school teacher from the Bay-Arenac ISD Career Center.
We have plans to put in a corn maze next year and other attractions to add to the experience. As with anything new, we are learning and hope you appreciate the beauty of the farm and offer helpful suggestions on how to improve your experience. Our entire family, and even our friends, have been working very hard to open the farm this year. We are excited to meet you and share this beautiful property and experience with you.