Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff recently gave fans an update on the upcoming pumpkin season. Due to the virus pandemic, the farm had to close its doors to the public.
However, restrictions have eased lately. So, there is still a chance that Little People, Big World Roloff Farm may reopen soon. But will Matt Roloff and his family be able to afford to reopen?
LPBW: Matt Keeps Farm Closed to Public
Despite dealing with a global pandemic, Matt Roloff has been busy working on the Little People, Big World family owned property. He has worked on one of his latest projects. Building a log cabin. Matt doesn’t know what the future will look like.
But, Matt Roloff still seems to want to make it a place where his Little People, Big World grandchildren will want to visit. It also seems that Matt is planning to build a house on the land for himself and his girlfriend Caryn Chandler.
However, the Little People, Big World alum has not opened the farm to the public. Just barely. Matt Roloff said there have been talks about how to open up safely. And what that will look like. He said he might only have small groups of families on the farm. And he’d have to charge an admission fee. But he’s afraid that visitors will complain about the price.
Matt Says ‘LPBW Farm Might Not Open
Since it looks like Matt Roloff won’t be able to open for the summer, he has his eyes set on opening for the fall season. Autumn is a very busy time for the farm. It attracts large crowds of Little People, Big World fans who are looking to experience all that the land has to offer during the fall season.
Little People, Big World’s Matt Roloff told fans that there have been daily discussions about opening for the pumpkin festival. However, money seems to be an important factor in the decision. Matt said it will be very expensive to manage. Since it will have additional costs.
Matt Roloff will have to hire extra employees to disinfect services often. And spend more money on cleaning products. That means Matt will have to double his prices. Matt said that he always wants to continue to visit family land at affordable prices.
Matt Roloff is also aware that there is a good chance that he will have to skip this year altogether. Everything still seems to be in the air. So, the Little People, Big World farmer told the fans to keep an eye on the farm’s website for updates.