Inside Little People's Roloff Farms featuring patriarch Matt's lux cabin, massive wooden ship and famous pumpkin patch

Inside Little People's Roloff Farms featuring patriarch Matt's lux cabin, massive wooden ship and famous pumpkin patch

LITTLE People, Big World has used the Roloff family’s famous Oregon farm as the show’s backdrop for the past 15 years. 

The 100-acre farm in Helvetia – just 15 miles outside of Portland – is run by patriarch Matt Roloff and his kids after the divorce of ex-wife, Amy. 




The family purchased the “small fixer upper” property in 1990 when it had only a “beat up old farmhouse, broken down barn and overgrown peach orchard.”

Over the years, Roloff Farms has been transformed to over 100 acres and garners visitors from all over the world which has been seen on Little People, Big World. 

The sprawling property is home to the family’s famous 36-acre pumpkin patch as well as a hand-built wooden ship. 

Roloff Farms also has several unique structures throughout the land – including the family built “utopian playland” that once entertained the now-grown Roloff children. 

For $300, fans can book a private tour on the farm’s website that would be guided by Matt, Zachary, Amy or Jeremy Roloff. 





The guided sightseeing promises to include a glimpse into places fans may be familiar with from the show, including: Western Town, Molly’s Castle, The Twins’ Swamp Fort, Matt’s Bridge, a visit to the Secret Forest and the Tower of Terror.

In addition to getting driven around by a TLC star for the 30-minute activity, fans can also get a photo op with any family members available on the property. 

Last year, Matt, 59, booted his ex-wife Amy off the family farm years after their divorce. 

Shortly after she left the premises, Matt showed fans the inside of his “completed” luxury log cabin he built with his new bride-to-be.

He boasted an exterior shot of the cabin, as well as a snap which showed his fiancée, Caryn Chandler, sitting outside on a log.



A third photo gave a clear view of a sign that read "Grandpa's Cabin" above the door, followed by more glimpses that showed off the outside of the cabin from different angles.

The post concluded with a video of Matt making his way into the cabin, where he showed his Instagram followers a wood stove, a wooden table, a ladder by the window, bunk beds, a foot locker, a chair and animal skin decorations hung up on the wall.

Alongside the photos and clip, Matt wrote: "Hello everyone. As promised a few weeks ago.. Here are.. several photos and a short video of the inside of the completed cabin.

"We’re calling it 'Grandpa’s Cabin'. ..A fun project to build indeed. 



"Now ready to enjoy some cozy nights with the grands! …but first a quick trip to Cabo with caryn to get some R&R … #grandpascabinissuperkool #myfavoritestructureonthefarm." 

The Little People, Big World star concluded: "oh… and don’t forget to see much more of Grandpa’s Cabin on upcoming episodes of lpbw." 

Amy and Matt – who finalized their divorce in April 2016, bought the farm back in 1990 for just $185,000.


The exes, who share four adult children, continue to work together on Roloff Farms despite years of drama between the exes.

The mother-of-four finally moved out in February last year and sold her 32 acres to Matt last August for $975,000.

Amy, who is now engaged to realtor Chris Marek, purchased a five-bed, four-bath, 3,767 square-foot home in Hillsboro, Oregon in September of 2019 for $588,500.

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