Myers Farm
Pumpkin Patch * Greenhouse * Red Log Cabin
Follow the Quilt Trail
to East Tennessee's most visited Family Farm
A Little Bit About Us

Myers Farm is a working family farm located in beautiful northeast Tennessee. Tucked into a corner of Greene County, just a few minutes from I-81, Myers Farm is the working farm and home of Eldon and Vera Ann Myers, and their son Ethan, who plans to take over the farm (and possibly the agriculture world) in the future.

 

Of course running a successful farm in 2015 isn’t an easy task, but the Myers family are devoted continuing the tradition. Myers Farm consists of four main sections: the Pumpkin Patch, the Greenhouse, a herd of 200 beef cattle, and the Red Log Cabin.

 

The Myers Farm is also a featured stop on Northeast Tennessee’s Quilt Trail, displaying the Red Log Cabin quilt pattern, which is one of Vera Ann’s favorite quilt patterns.The Quilt Trail, a project of the Appalachian Resource Conservation & Development Council, is an expanding series of hand-painted murals of heirloom quilt patterns permanently displayed on farm structures.



 

Directions to Myers Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze. 


From I-81, take exit 23 (Hwy. 11-E); turn toward Greeneville; go 1/4 mile; turn left at the Marathon gas station & market on to Gap Creek Road; we are three and a half miles on the left. 


From Greeneville, take Hwy. 11-E through Mosheim (continue past West Greene High School); just before the I-81 junction, turn right at the Marathon gas station & market on to Gap Creek Road; we are three and a half miles on the left.